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I, Grover Lyrics

"I, Grover" was written by Pottle, Samuel H/hall, Carol Grisham.
"I, Grover" was written by Pottle, Samuel H/hall, Carol Grisham.

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Some mornings I wake up
I feel so good and new
I find my socks myself
I put my shoes on too
The feet are right, the feet are right
Is it not wonderful that the feet are right?

I, Grover, am big and tall
and very smart and kind of cute and wonderful
I think that there is nothing I cannot do
You can get the feet right too.

And then I go to eat
The cereal is not there
I see it on a shelf
I climb up on a chair
I get it down, I do not spill
Is it not wonderful that I do not spill?

I, Grover, am big and tall
and very smart and kind of cute and wonderful
I think that there is nothing I cannot do
You can learn to not spill too.

I go outside and play
I bouce a ball and then
I catch it right away
and bounce the ball again
I stretch myself up tall
I reach my arms out wide
I climb up trees and I go down the slide
And you can do it too
Yes, you and you and you

Now every brand new day
I get another turn
In every single way
There's more for me to learn
It feels so fine, I'm growing up
Is it not wonderful that I'm growing up?

Oh I, Grover, am big and tall
and very smart and kind of cute and wonderful
I think that there is nothing I cannot do
And you and you and you
are fine and growing too
Yes, you are fine and growing too.

Songwriters
POTTLE, SAMUEL H/HALL, CAROL GRISHAM

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Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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