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Don Gato

Uncle-B & Auntie-E & J-DOG
Folk Song


Oh Señor Don Gato was a cat

On a high red roof Don Gato sat

He went there to read a letter (meow, meow, meow)

Where the reading light was better (meow, meow, meow)

Twas a love note for Don Gato


 “I adore you,” wrote the lady cat

Who was fluffy, white, and nice and fat

There was not a sweeter kitty (meow, meow, meow)

In the country or the city (meow, meow, meow)

And she said she’d wed Don Gato


Well Don Gato jumped so happily

He fell off the roof and broke his knee

Broke his ribs and all his whiskers (meow, meow, meow)

And his little solar plexis (meow, meow, meow)

 “Ay Caramba!” cried Don Gato


So the doctors all came on the run

Just to see if something could be done

And they held a consultation (meow, meow, meow)

About how to save their patient (meow, meow, meow)

How to save Señor Don Gato


But in spite of everything they tried

Oh Señor Don Gato up and died!

Oh it wasn’t very merry (meow, meow, meow)

Going to the cemetery (meow, meow, meow)

For the ending of Don Gato


When the funeral passed the market square

Such a smell of fish was in the air

Though the burial was slated (meow, meow, meow)

He became reanimated (meow, meow, meow)

He came back to life Don Gato!