The Land Before Time

The Land Before Time - The Legend Of The Lone Dinosaur

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Long ago on a mountain top

a mighty egg was laid

Burned by the light of the circle bright

and cooled by the forest shade

Then one stormy evening when the icy rain did pour

out of the egg appeared the leg of the Lone Dinosaur

His neck was long and limber

his shoulders broad and lean

His eye was high as the mornin' sky

and his vision it was keen

He wandered strong and silent across the valley floor

and everybody called him the Lone Dinosaur

Dinosaur!

His tail was swift as lightning, dinosaur!

His heart was brave and pure, dinosaur!

Whenever times were frightening

Call his name and he'd be there for sure

Lone Dinosaur

One day when he was roaming alone out in the west

A vicious pack of Sharpteeth came and gobbled up his nest

He tracked that pack of varmints and fought them by the score

He left them lying toothless (toothless) and he gave a mighty roar

Dinosaur!

He promised his protection, dinosaur!

To the helpless and the poor, dinosaur!

Whenever there is danger

They’d never be defenseless anymore

This he swore; the Lone Dinosaur

Dinosaur!

His tail was swift as lightning, dinosaur!

His heart was brave and pure, dinosaur!

Whenever times were frightening

He’ll be there to fight the carnivore

The Lone Dinosaur

Ye-haa!

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Thanks to KimberlyJordan@verizon.net and keely hemingway

Thanks to keely for correcting these lyrics

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