SONG LYRICS FOR: "TWO DUCKS AND A FROG"
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Lead Vocal: Jeremy Spencer
Music & Lyrics: Eli Ferguson
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"TWO DUCKS AND A FROG"

Verse 1
"Summer days are coming, our pond will soon be dry!"
Two ducks told their little friend the frog.
"We can find a better place, We can fly away,
But how can you come too, our little frog?"

Verse 2
Well, they came to a decision, what a great idea!
All of them could fly quite easily.
If the two ducks held a stick securely in their solid bills,
The frog could use his big mouth to hang on in between.

Chorus
As they took off over valleys, rivers, hills and plains,
Quite a sight to see there way up high.
All together looking for a brand new happy home,
The two ducks and the froggy in the sky.

Verse 3
They continued on their journey, holding tightly to the stick.
One farmer said, "I gotta tip my hat!"
He yelled up to the ducks and the froggy, "What a great idea!
Tell me, who it was who thought of that?"

Verse 4
The temptation was too much, froggy couldn't hold it in,
As his chest was swelling up in pride.
In that fateful moment, throwing caution to the wind,
He opened wide his mouth and then replied, "I diiiiiiid!"

Verse 5
So the moral of the story should be very plain:
Pride will always come before a fall.
If you're takin' too much credit, you may one day be ashamed,
And wish you'd not said anything at all!
It's best to not say anything at all,
'Cause pride will always come before a fall!

 

"TWO DUCKS AND A FROG" (with chords)

Intro: (C)-(D)-(F)-(G)

Verse 1
(C)"Summer days are coming, our (F)pond will soon be dry!"
(C)Two ducks told their little friend the (G)frog.
(C)"We can find a better place, (F)We can fly away,
But (G)how can you come too, our little (C)frog?"

(D)-(F)-(G)-(G7)

Verse 2
Well, they (C)came to a decision, (F)what a great idea!
(C)All of them could fly quite easi(G)ly.
If the (C)two ducks held a stick securely (F)in their solid bills,
The (G)frog could use his big mouth to hang on in be(C)tween.

Chorus
As they (F)took off over (G)valleys, rivers, (C)hills and (Am)plains,
(F)Quite a sight to (G)see there way up (C)high(C7).
(F)All together (G)looking for a (C)brand new happy (Am)home,
The (D)two ducks and the froggy in the (G)sky.

Verse 3
They con(C)tinued on their journey, holding (F)tightly to the stick.
One (C)farmer said, "I gotta tip my (G)hat!"
He yelled (C)up to the ducks and the froggy, (F)"What a great idea!
(G)Tell me, who it was who thought of (C)that?"

Verse 4
The temp(C)tation was too much, froggy (F)couldn't hold it in,
(C)As his chest was swelling up in (G)pride.
(C)In that fateful moment, throwing (F)caution to the wind,
He (G)opened wide his mouth and then re(C)plied, "I diiiiiiid!"

(F)-(G)-(C)-(Am)-(F)-(G)-(C)-(C7)

Verse 5
So the (F)moral of the (G)story should be (C)very (Am)plain:
(F)Pride will always (G)come before a (C)fall.(C7)
If you're (F)takin' too much (G)credit, you may (C)one day be (Am)ashamed,
And (D)wish you'd not said anything at (G)all!
It's (F)best to not say (G)anything at (C)all,
(Am)'Cause (F)pride will always (G)come before a (C)fall!(G)-(C)

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