Fandom

LyricWiki

Buck Owens:Tennessee Bird Walk Lyrics

1,869,224pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Talk0 Share

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.

StarIconGreen
LangIcon
Tennessee Bird Walk

This song is by Buck Owens and appears on the album The Great White Horse (1970).

(Jack Blanchard)

Take away the trees and the birds
All have to sit upon the ground
Take away their wings and the birds
All have to walk to get around.

Take away their bird baths
And dirty birds will soon be everywhere
Take away their feathers
And the birds will walk around in underwear.

Take away their
And the birds will have to whisper their sing (chirp-chirp)
Take away their common sense
And they'll head it southward in the spring.

Remember me my darling
When spring is in the air
And the bald headed birds
Are whispering everywhere.

And you can see them walkin'
Southward in their dirty underwear
Tennessee bird walk.

--- Instrumental ---

How 'bout some trees
So the birds won't have to sit upon the ground
How 'bout some wings
So the birds won't have to walk to get around.

How 'bout a bird bath or two
So the birds will all be clean
How 'bout some feathers
So their underwear no longer will be seen.

How 'bout a
So the birds won't have to whisper when they sing
How bout some common sense
So they won't be blockin' traffic in the spring.

Remember me my darling
When spring is in the air
And the bald headed birds
Are whispering everywhere.

And you can see them walkin'
Southward in their dirty underwear
Tennessee bird walk.

Tennessee bird walk.
The Tennessee bird walk.
The Tennessee bird walk...

Also on Fandom

Random Wiki