The Idle Race - Sitting in My Tree Lyrics
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    Sitting in My Tree

    [Verse 1]
    I often sit alone up in a tree
    Waving to the ones that wave at me
    I think, 'Well, just how stupid can they be
    Waving to a man up in a tree?'

    [Verse 2]
    What they don't know is I am counting them
    I even count the ladies and the men
    I put the numbers in my little book
    And only me can ever have a look

    [Bridge]
    All I ask is a peace of mind
    Which I lost somewhere down amongst the mess
    All I want is for people to be kind
    And walk slower to be counted when they pass

    [Piano Solo/Verse 3]
    I think, 'Well, just how stupid can they be
    Waving to a man up in a tree?'

    [Verse 4]
    I know that I will have to stop my fun
    When I meet a girl who I cannot count on
    Maybe marry her and happy we would be
    Not counting, but a-sitting up a tree

    [Outro]
    I put the numbers in my little book
    And only me can ever have a look
    I think, 'Well, just how stupid can they be
    Waving to a man up in a tree?'

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