Me Ow Meow
©2013 Garrett Clevenger
Em Am F C B7 "Meow meow" said the pussy cat as she strutted down the street.
Em Am F C B7 The tom cat in the alley dropped the rat he was to eat.
F C F C B7 Em B7 Em The pussy twitched her furry tail that stuck up in the air.
F C B7 Em F Am B7 Then laid down to roll around and towards the tom did stare.
Em Am F C B7 Her suitor sniffed to see if she was prowling for a mate.
Em Am F C B7 She purred and flirted knowingly, wanting a hot date.
F C F C B7 Em B7 Em The tom cat howled his longing cry as he approached in haste.
F C B7 Em F Am B7 His fuzzy lovely pussy friend stayed to let him taste.
Em Am F C B7 Their shadows were a jumbled mess as the street light shown above.
Em Am F C B7 It looked like they were fighting, not making sweet love.
F C F C B7 Em B7 Em He bit her neck to hold her still. She screamed out a meow.
F C B7 Em F Am B7 It wasn't what she bargained for but liked it anyhow.
F G C Em Am The tom cat and the pussy. Two ships in the night.
F G Am Em C The birdies and the buzzing bees. The things that give delight.
F G C Em Am They get it then they let it go without the thought of pain.
C G F If only this here story teller only felt the same.
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Em Am F C B7 A dog barked in the distance, a night bird flew close by.
Em Am F C B7 A street bum searched a garbage can with a twinkle in his eye.
F C F C B7 Em B7 Em He pulled a dented can of beans out from the stinky trash.
F C B7 Em F Am B7 The cats ignored the city sounds as the bum increased his stash.
Em Am F C B7 As quickly as it all began the pussy ran away.
Em Am F C B7 She got what she wanted, she wasn't going to stay.
F C F C B7 Em B7 Em The tom cat was contented, though, at least for the time being.
F C B7 Em F Am B7 At least he wasn't the lost bum or the other humans being.
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