Parody of “Little Fuzzy Animals”, words and music by
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Parody of “Little Fuzzy Animals”, words and music by Frank Hayes
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|for Halley’s Comet you may||Dm|
|like what you||E|
|up to the highest hill and||Dm|
|there from the||G|
|e fuzzy icicle,||Dm|
|e fuzzy icicle,||Am|
|e fuzzy icicle:|
Is this the dreadful omen that has plagued us through the years,
That brings about calamities whenever it appears?
The same one legends warned us of in centuries gone by?
Why, that little fuzzy icicle can’t hurt a fly.
Why that little fuzzy icicle, little fuzzy icicle, little fuzzy icicle
Can’t hurt a fly.
Whatever cosmic bureaucrat has scheduled these events
Has either got a cruel streak or a lack of common sense:
Our superstitious ancestors got fireballs while we
Get a little fuzzy icicle that’s hard to see.
Little fuzzy icicle, little fuzzy icicle, little fuzzy icicle
That’s hard to see.
When you’ve looked for Halley’s Comet through the dark and chilly night
And you drive away dejected at the dawn’s first early light,
Just be sure to check the tires on your car or on your truck.
They say little fuzzy icicles can bring bad luck.
Little fuzzy icicles, little fuzzy icicles, little fuzzy icicles
Can bring bad luck.