Lemons and pears
|lemons and pears|
|Sung by||Andrew Horowitz|
lemons and pears is a song by Andrew Horowitz.
The song is an adaptation/rewrite of "Misfortune," a song originally written for Toy Orchestra, a side project/affiliate band of Tally Hall during their time at the University of Michigan.
These lyrics are not official. Words in parentheses are questionable in accuracy. You may discuss lyrical possibilities in the Discussion page by clicking the Discussion link above.
I asked Lemon, "Please get off my mind" She said, "I can't do that, I'm confined" I said, "I think it's unfair that you can't leave. Please be nice, pretend it's Christmas Eve" Chorus: You've been stuck here since (forember), Can't you just remember how to go. She said "I'm real sorry, it's not me Can't you tell this to your diary Listen, I've moved on, I've met a boy named Pear He's the sweetest, (multi-pear-ionaire) Chorus No. It's impossible. No. It's infeasible. No. It's improbable. No. It's (im-grapes-able). Next time that I think of you I'll say, "I hope you'll have a really rotten day." Then you'll say, "I'm sorry, I was wrong. You and me, We'll always have your song, and get along" Chorus No. It's impossible. No. It's infeasible. No. It's improbable. No. It's impeachable.