Simon & Garfunkel: At The Zoo Meaning
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Song Released: 1967
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At The Zoo Lyrics
It's all happening at the zoo.
I do believe it,
I do believe it's true.
It's a light and tumble journey
From the East Side to the park;
Just a fine and fancy ramble
To the zoo.
But you can take the...
anonymous Sep 5th, 2013 9:36am report
I thought when they said "the monkeys stand for honesty" they were talking about the Monkees being honest about not playing their own instruments.
anonymous Mar 5th, 2012 3:39pm report
The monkeys stand for honesty ( hear no evil, see no evil etc. )
Giraffes are insincere ( stiff necked )
Zebras are reactionaries ( black and white)
Pigeons plot in secrecy - you must know this
Hamsters turn on frequently - the little treadmill
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