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Scouse The Mouse

This song is by Ringo Starr and appears on the album Scouse the Mouse (1977).

Oh, thank you, ev'rybody, we're glad you've made the show ("Good evening.")
We've got someone that we think you ought to know
He's the greatest sensation from coast to coast
For your directation, here's the mouse with the most

It's Scouse The Mouse
No ordinary, he's an extraordinary mouse
It's Scouse The Mouse
Bet you never seen a mouse like Scouse in your house.

Hello, ev'rybody, have a listen to my song
If it's not too short, I hope it's not too long
I feel real cute in my brand new suit
But I'd feel even better if you sang along

'Cause I'm Scouse, (that's Scouse) The Mouse (He's the greatest!)
No ordinary, I'm an extra ordinary mouse. (Yeah!)
And I'm Scouse, (that's Scouse) The Mouse (What a mouse!)
I'll bet you've never seen a mouse like Scouse in your house

Now I had a home in Liverpool
But one day I knew what I had to do
I escaped from my cage to be a star on the stage
Now I'm happy as can be to sing my song for you

'Cause I'm Scouse, (that's Scouse) The Mouse (He's terrific!)
No ordinary, I'm an extra ordinary mouse. (Yeah!)
And I'm Scouse, (that's Scouse) The Mouse (Check that mouse!)
Did you ever see a mouse like Scouse in your house?

(Scouse The Mouse) Now, take it, boys! (ooh-ah)
(Scouse The Mouse, ooh)

So here's a little something that's sure to please
If you're feeling sad and blue, well, I'm the mouse to see
If you wanna have fun, it's easily done
Just open up your mouth and sing my song with me

'Cause I'm Scouse, (ooh, ah) The Mouse (ooh, ah)
No ordinary, I'm an extra ordinary mouse.
And I'm Scouse, (ooh, ah) The Mouse (ooh ah)
Did you ever see a mouse like Scouse in your house?

Well I'm Scouse, (that's Scouse) The Mouse (The one and only!)
No ordinary, I'm an extra ordinary mouse. (Yeah!)
And I'm Scouse, (that's Scouse) The Mouse (The Mouse!)
I'll bet you've never seen a mouse like Scouse in your house (Yeah!)

Yeah!

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The audience cheered, Scouse had triumphed. With a mousely bow he handed the microphone to Molly Jolly.

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Written by:

Roger Brown

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