If you ever see a big fat bear
With dirty yellow teeth
And thick black hair,
Who's lying fast asleep in your Grandad's chair,
My advice is to
Go right up to that big fat bear
With the curly yellow teeth
And the dirty black hair
'Excuse me.. you shouldn't sit there,
That chair is reserved
And certainly not deserved
By a stinky old impolite bear!'
Now, you'll need to be strong
And learn not to care
When you get a face full of angry black bear.
You'll need to stand up for what's fair.
He'll be surprised,
Because it truly is rare
For one so small to stand up to a bear
With dirty, curly teeth and thick, black hair
But I advise that you stand still and stare
And once more say:
'It really isn't fair,
Because that's definitely Grandad's chair!'
Well, he'll shout and he'll stomp,
He'll huff and he'll puff
And tell you he's just about had quite enough
Of someone, standing there,
Who really shouldn't dare
To question a big, fat, yellow toothed bear.
But at the end of the day,
If you say 'Go away!'
You'll see he's just full of hot air!