Dinosaur's Feast

by The Dinosaur Troubadour

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You're the guest of honor at a crazy dinosaur dinner party.

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DINOSAUR'S FEAST

What do the dinosaurs eat
When the herbivores, omnivores, and carnivores meet?
Should we slice them sausage, should we pickle them beets?
Should we shred a head of lettuce, should we smoke some beef?
What’s the dentist gonna find when he cleans them teeth,
With a pick ax and a push broom at the dinosaurs feast?

Look who's first to join us -
Crest headed parasaurolophus.
Grinding his teeth - jaw side to side
Big old molars flat and wide
Chewing on leaves till he’s satisfied
munching on weeds all starry eyed

Ring the dinner bell, ring it loud, ring it well.
Blow a bugle, beat the drum, give a yell.
It’s the best, it’s the worst, it’s the most, it’s the least -
Full of contradictions, it’s the dinosaurs feast

Look who walked in the door
Without an invitation it's velociraptor.
Vicious and rude, rippin’ at his food
Chopping on his dinner in a rotten mood
Blood drippin’ teeth all fierce and crude
Angry meat-eater he’s a really mean dude

Ring the dinner bell, ring it loud, ring it well.
Blow a bugle, beat the drum, give a yell.
It’s the best, it’s the worst, it’s the most, it’s the least -
Full of contradictions, it’s the dinosaurs feast

It’s hard to plan the menu
It’s hard because you never can tell
It’s hard to keep your cool when you know your guests could get hungry and eat you as well

Ring the dinner bell, ring it loud, ring it well.
Blow a bugle, beat the drum, give a yell.
It’s the best, it’s the worst, it’s the most, it’s the least -
Full of contradictions, it’s the dinosaurs feast

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released July 29, 2014
Vocals, Guitar, Spoons - Jaime Theurich
Bass - Paul Byrne
Drums, Percussion - Darren Gage
Cow Bell - Guy Gsell

Engineered, Mixed and Mastered by Paul Byrne
Words and Music by Guy Gsell

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The Dinosaur Troubadour Leonia, New Jersey

The Dinosaur Troubadour loves dinosaurs and he loves singing songs about dinosaurs. Meet him in person at Field Station: Dinosaurs in Leonia, NJ. Nine minutes from Manhattan; ninety million years back in time!

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