-> "My Dog, Old Yeller"
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"My Dog, Old Yeller"
Had a dog named "Old Yeller"
I got him from the pound
Guess he was a lucky fellow
On Monday he'd have been a dead hound
His owner left him there on the street
The pound was gonna put him to sleep
I looked at him and asked how things were
And he said "Ruff-uh-uh-uff"
That mutt was looking really sad
Abandoned by some bastard; a cad
If I could get my hands on him now
I'd teach him a lesson, and how
But time was short; I had to hurry
And suddenly I realized
I had to quickly bail that pooch out
Or soon he would be euthanized
I raced right to my Auto-teller
Drew out the cash that I would need
Through traffic lights no longer yellow
Pedal to the metal - my feet
When "Old Yeller" saw me
He wagged his tail and barked out loud
I smiled and said to him, "Hey Fella,
let's head on home"
What a great dog, "Old Yeller"
And now he's sure a happy fellow
He's happy as he can be
Got a place to sleep and lots to eat
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