Extraneous Solutions | Let's Get a Cat

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Let's Get a Cat

by Extraneous Solutions

A groovy little song about a little cat. Guaranteed to make the little one's dance and the older one's laugh.
Genre: Kids/Family: Kid Friendly
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Album Notes
I challenge myself to release a new original single once a month. The music is produced and released through Shavasana Kitty and featured as the song of the Month on www.shavasanakitty.com.
Let's Get a Cat is the song of the month for April 2015.
Let’s Get a Cat

I don’t know what to start with
Let’s start with that
And make a groovy song
About a little cat

Let’s start with that
Let’s Get a Cat

You fill the Dish
I’ll let her get Fat
Let’s Get a Cat

You comb the whiskers
I’ll paint the claws
We’ll send the litter
To your old boss

He wont mind that (no)
Let’s Get a Cat

You fill the Dish
I’ll let her get Fat
Let’s Get a Cat

Don’t know much about Goldfish
Or why a caged bird sings
But I’m savin’ my money
So I can buy a ring
And Here in the Mean Time
Through thick and Thin
When she’s clawing at the door
I will let her in

You fill the Dish
I’ll let her get Fat
Let’s Get a Cat

"Extraneous Solutions" is the alter-ego of classical guitarist and Kirtan artist Joshua Hall. Under the seemingly calm and meditative exterior lie many styles of music that emerge from within. It is through "Extraneous Solutions" that they are shared with the world.



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