Ukulele Burning Bright

 

HenriRousseau - Version 2

(Inspired by Henri Rousseau’s Dream Garden, pictured and William Blake’s poem, The Tyger. With apologies to all of the songwriters)

 

Ukulele Burning Bright

Can’t Stop the Music, In the Heat of the Night

Can You Feel It, There’s Something in the Air

Running Wild, Here, There and Everywhere

Ride the Tiger, Sing, Sing a Song

Bungle in the Jungle, All Night Long

The Heat is On, Dancing in the Moonlight

It’s Cool for Cats, After Midnight

Run through the Jungle, When Doves Cry

In the Midnight Hour, The Night has a Thousand Eyes

Can’t You See, The Eye of the Tiger?

Kat

Bayside Ukes Member

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