Thar’s A Freezer In My Garage, Dear Liza Dear Liza

There’s a freezer in my garage, dear Liza, dear Liza.
There’s a freezer in my garage, dear Liza, a freezer.

Well, bring it in the house, dear Henry, dear Henry.
Bring it in the house, dear Henry, the house.

But there’s a piece of furniture where I want it, dear Liza, dear Liza.
There’s furniture where I want it, dear Liza, furniture.

Well move it to the loft, dear Henry, dear Henry.
To the loft, dear Henry, to the loft.

But the loft is too full, dear Liza, dear Liza.
The loft is too full, dear Liza, too full.

Move the bookcases, dear Henry, dear Henry.
Move the bookcases, dear Henry, move the books.

But the CD racks are in the way, dear Liza, dear Liza.
The CDs are in the way, dear Liza, CDs.

Move the CD racks, dear Henry, dear Henry.
Move the CD racks, dear Henry, move CDs.

But the guitars, mandolin, trumpet, and various other instruments are in the way and so is the baby swing and the play mat thing and the bumbo seat and more bookcases, dear Liza, dear Liza.

Move it all and move some of the books to the guest room and move the stuff under the guest bed to under the bed in the master bedroom and move the footlocker under the guest bed and the extra couch cushions to the cedar chest and the American Girl doll chest to under the window and the baby gate to the baby’s closet and reorganize the baby’s closet and rehang pictures and sort papers and throw stuff away and find things you lost, dear Henry, dear Henry.

Note: rest of song unavailable due to prodigious length and the fact that the cookbooks are still in stacks on the kitchen island, the grilling stuff is piled on the dryer and Hannah just spit up all over me so I need to cut this post short! But at least I’m making progress in the massive reorganization necessitated by the purchase of one small chest freezer!

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