Friday, November 18, 2011

Friday Cat Lyrics

Hi All!

I am going to share a secret with everyone today.  My Mommie loves it when I sing to her.  Oh, sure she acts all mad, especially when I sing to her at 3am, but I know the truth, she loves it.  I have decided that one reason she does not like my 3am concerts is because the Hoomans have taken all of the good ones.  So each week I am going to give everyone a Cat song adopted from a famous human one. 

This weeks song is called "I Can't Get No Catisfaction", formerly sung by the Rolling Stones.  The lyrics are as follows: 

I can't get no catisfaction
I can't get no catisfaction
Even tho’ I nip and I nip and I nip
I keep getting no, I keep getting no

When I'm ridin' in my stroller
And that Mommie starts yellin’
She's tellin' me no-no and no-no
About some past fun misdeed
Supposed to better my behavior
I keep getting no, oh no, no, no
Hey hey hey, that's what I say

I can't get no, I can't get no
I can't get no catisfaction
No catisfaction, no catisfaction, no catisfaction

Remember - Sing Loud, Sing Late and Sing Often!


Unknown said...

Oh Wow!
What a great song! Me shall sing that one tonight at 3 am!
Me and Kozmo did not has to sing last night! A Earthqauke waked us by shaking the bed!

Fuzzy Tales said...

We bet you sing WAY better than our mom! :-D

Nicki is especially fond of singing or otherwise creating a ruckus (the mom's point of view) at 2 - 3AM, so he'll try this one out!

Gigi said...

The Human has gone to see Mick & the Stones many many times in her life, but she has NEFFUR heard such a great version of this song!! Nice to meet you. I can tell already that I'm going to like you.

Shaggy and Scout said...

Excellent rendition!
Even better at 3am!

Brian's Home Blog said...

Hooray, hooray, hooray, ya done good!!!

Quinn and Angel brandi said...

Have you two ever heard of T.H.E.? It stands for Thundering Herd of Elephants, and it means chasing each other all over in the middle of the night.... Good before or after the concert. Or in place of.
Still young at heart,