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Fish In A Fryin' Pan

1. There was a fish, in a fryin' pan
Said it's hot in here, well I'll be damned
To take my leave's my one desire
He jumped and landed in the fire

2. I've been like him, a time or six
The apple of my eye, I longed to pick
Went out on a limb and I fell hard
But lucky me I landed in your yard

3. 'Cause you picked me up, dusted me clean
Saw my ugly side, and you didn't scream
Smiled real plain, wiped away my tear
With a love crystal true and clear

Bridge... You're like the last puzzle piece I found down on the floor
With a picture of a key that opened your front door
Well I guess at first you didn't know if you should open up to me
Gave me a peck on the cheek and you ran inside and said "We'll see!"

4. But eventually, I guess I wore you down
Now I'm your verb, honey you're my noun
No adjective can quite describe
The way your stars and mine aligned


Bridge... You're like the last puzzle piece I found down on the floor
With a picture of a key that opened your front door
Well I guess at first you didn't know if you should let me in
But you finally did now you and me both wear this silly grin!

5. Now the fish is back, in the fryin' pan
Said it's nice and warm, well I'll be damned!
To stay right here's my one desire
'Cause life was cold without your fire