Look at the animals

Words and music by  IAN ANDERSON  TRANSCRIPTION BY PACO
CAPO 3 FRET

         C                                       D                              D(sus4)
The tiny ant leaves his tiny ant drops in the sand,
        C                                       D                              D(sus4)
And makes his home inside a rusty watering can,
   C                                         D                              G
Occasionally going out to look for bread and jam.

Riff (relative to capo)
E|-------------------------------
B|-------------------------------
G|-------------------------------Play 4x     A7       B7
D|-------------------0--2-0------
A|-0---0--3--0--3-----------3--0-
E|---3---------------------------
 
         C                                       D                              D(sus4)
He runs into a sparrow who hasn't eaten for a week,
         C                                          D                              D(sus4)
And later, quite contented, the sparrow cleans his beak,
       C                                         D                                      G
Failing to notice pussy cat has come out to take a leak.

Riff

         C                                       D                              D(sus4)
Our cat partakes of dinner when a sodden kangaroo
      C                                                    D                              D(sus4)
Emerges from the undergrowth and asks to use the loo.
           C                                                     D                             G
Kangaroos aren't usually dangerous, for that would never do.
Riff

        C                             G                         C           G                         A      G    A  G A
My goodness, will you look at all the animals queuing on the stairs!
A                                  G       A                                        G       A
Look at the animals in the zoo; how would you like to be one?
             C                       G                         C                                           G           A  G  A   G A
They're waiting to use the lavatory and putting chewing gum in each other's hair.
A                                  G       A                                                       G    A
Look at the animals, look at you; well how would you like to free one?
             C                           G                      C            G                        A  G  A   G A
Good gracious, will you look at all the animals playing with their tools!
       A                                  G     A                                                    G       A
Look at the animals, look at you; well how would you like to queer one?
C                           G                      C            G                        A  G  A   G A
Flying from the chandeliers and treading in their elephantine stools.
    A                                  G     A                                  G       B7
Look at the animals, two by two; aren't you glad to be one?

SAME FIRST PART

This kangaroo's a lunatic and his pouch is very full
Of pussy cats and penguins who can't fly as a rule,
But then neither could the pussy cat: he never went to school.

The kangaroo gets nervous when confronted by the size
Of an elephant named Simon who is always telling lies;
He swears he wears green corduroys and can button up his fly.

Presently, a fatter Simon's indigestion fails.
He regurgitates the whole damn mess into an aluminum pail,
And the tiny ant scuttles back inside his watering can

C                      Em                G                                D
Occasionally going out to look for bread and jam.
(Woof, woof, woof)
Riff (relative to capo)
E|-------------------------------
B|-------------------------------
G|-------------------------------Play 4x     A7       B7 ????????
D|-------------------0--2-0------
A|-0---0--3--0--3-----------3--0-
E|---3---------------------------
 

Words and music by  IAN ANDERSON

TRANSCRIPTION BY PACO JIMENEZ (SPAIN)

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