TIMOTHY S. KLUGH
LYRICS



   Timothy S. Klugh and Franklin D.R. Horne
WHIK
Spoken Words: Copyright © 2006 Franklin D.R. Horne. All Rights Reserved.
Music and Lyrics: Copyright © 2005 Timothy S. Klugh. All Rights Reserved.





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Frank's Tall Tales #2: Fishing Hole



Frank's Tall Tales #2: Fishing Hole
Words by Franklin D.R. Horne.
Music by Timothy S. Klugh.

Music work: "Poker Flat - Fifth Movement: Moonshine and Bygone Days"
Words: Copyright © 2006 Franklin D.R. Horne. All Rights Reserved.
Music: Copyright © 2005 Timothy S. Klugh. All Rights Reserved.



FRANKLIN D.R. HORNE:


Down at the old fishing hole, which I call "The Blue Hole",
     I was fishing one day, and I was daydreaming.
And, all the sudden, I heard a squirl barking.
I looked around.
I tried to find it, and I could not find that little booger.

But anyway... after a while, I was kind of dosing off again,
     and that thing started barking again.
And, this time I found it.

Down on the edge of the creek, there was a limb that went out over the water,
     and there was a nut out on the end of that limb,
     and that squirl was trying to get out there to get to that nut.
Well, he'd go out there, and he'd come back,
     and then he'd go out and he'd come back again.

And, finally he went all the way out on the end of that limb.
And, he got that nut and he was standing there on a limb
     chewing on that nut trying to get the bark off of it,
     and a big ol' largemouth bass come up out of that water
     and grabbed squirl, nut and all and went right back into the creek.
And, the strange thing about that was it took that bass almost twenty minutes
     to put another nut upon that limb.

And, that's the truth, and that's the way it is,...
     and that's the end of the story.