We're on a quest to get Eggy to the nesty
Projectile spines, they hit more than they miss
Well, the baby has a scratch
On her shell that hasn't hatched
And a booboo just demands a kiss
And now you're shiverin' from frosty freezy ice breath
And I can tell you want to punch me in the gut
The baby's cold, sad to admit
Needs Mother Hen to sit on it
And you have got the biggest butt
After getting hit with monster spit
A bath we take
And now we soothe your Eggy-Poo
Caring for children is such fun, won't you agree?
You thought you'd kick some monster butt
Instead, you're dressed for tea!
As we approach our final destination
You have been burned and singed and smashed and struck!
It was all worth it, oh, you'll agree
'Cause finally you will see...
A lump of love will take the bronco's buck!
A lump of love will take the bronco's...
- This is the first time Wander sings.
- This is also the first time a song is performed by a character on the show instead of an offscreen singer.
- It's implied that Wander is ambidextrous, as he switches from playing his banjo from the right hand to the left at some points.
- Wander sings the line "Instead, you're dressed for tea" in a phony English accent, probably to exaggerate the use of people being proper at teatime.
- In the song's scatting portion at the end, the music's speed is slightly increased, possibly the same speed as the theme song.
- Also, the scatting portion is similar to the several scats in the theme song.
- Wander's voice in this song seems to be auto-tuned as a few echo vocals can be heard under his voice throughout much of it.