Gift for a Hoomin

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Gift for a Hoomin
by lolcatburglar

Sir Lolton John takes the stage. He is dressed in gray sequins, with a floofy skwerl tail attached at the tushie. He has once again trotted out “Candle in the Wind” and re-worked the lyrics to honor a fallen tragic figure. Get ur hankies reddy, guise, this one is a reel weeper.

Goodbye, Field Mouse
Though I never knew u at all
You met teh fate that oft befalls
Rodents that kittehs maul
U crawled out of teh woodworks
And a kitteh upon u gained
He picked u up by ur neck
And he played his deadly game

(Chorus)
And itz sad to see u end ur life
As a gift for a hoomin
Never knowing u’r in her shoo
When her foot steps in
And I would have liked to have saved u
Ur death makes me see red
Teh kitteh kilt u just for show
And left u in some Keds

Pussycat played rough
He roughhoused u and called it “play”
He chased u all over the living room
And gave u a fright all day
And u tried to hide
But the puss still hunted u
All teh papers had to say
Was that Field Mouse was found in a shoo

(Chorus)
And itz sad to see u end ur life
As a gift for a hoomin
Never knowing u’r in her shoo
When her foot steps in
And I would have liked to have saved u
Ur death makes me see red
Teh kitteh kilt u just for show
And left u in some Keds

Goodbye, Field Mouse
Though I never knew u at all
You met teh fate that oft befalls
Rodents that kittehs maul

Goodbye, Field Mouse
From teh Cheezpeeps at icanhascheezburger
Who see u as something moar than comical
Moar than just a furry cadaver

(Chorus)
And itz sad to see u end ur life
As a gift for a hoomin
Never knowing u’r in her shoo
When her foot steps in
And I would have liked to have saved u
Ur death makes me see red
Teh kitteh kilt u just for show
And left u in some Keds

And I would have liked to have saved u
Ur death makes me see red
Teh kitteh kilt u just for show
And left u in some Keds

See this song at Teh No Noms Consert

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