Fox and Coyote

Fox went out with his brother coyote
They walked out upon the fields
Just before the morning would break
They knew where all the little birds go
They knew where all the little birds go
 
They had acquired a little steel trap
They set the bait and they pulled it back
Dreaming of a mid-morning snack
In the bushes waiting for the snap
Undercover, waiting to hear the trap go snap
 
They caught themselves a little sparrow
Not much more than a coyote mouthful
But whose teeth would get to taste
That single bite of sparrow meat
Which brother would get to eat
 
Old fox, he grabbed a wing
Coyote did the very same thing
Pulled that bird wing from wing
Before the wishbone snapped, she did sing
As her wishbone snapped, she did sing
 
Old fox and your brother coyote
You got me but before I go
I know how you are both gonna die
You’re gonna die choking on an old sparrow bone
You’re gonna die chocking on a little sparrow bone
 
Old black crow circling all around
Checking out what is on the ground
Bleached out white by the sun
It’s what’s left of fox and his brother coyote
Old dead fox and his brother coyote
Greedy fox and greedy coyote
Eat your veggies you old fox and coyote