The Boy That We Call Moe is the second song in Moe and the Big Exit.
Now I've been told When you pan for Gold Out West of Illinois
It ain't rare To find a bear But not a baby boy...
And if you do One thing is true If to kindness you are prone
You'll line your pack With bubble wrap And take that baby home!
Singing Hi-Yi Yippy Ki-Oh She picked him up and named him Moe Singing Hi-Yi Yippy Ki-Oh She took that baby home She named that baby Moe!
Oh little Moe Began to grow But not as strong as others Couldn't hold a cup Or measure up To his big zucchini brothers
To compensate Lil' Moe got great At working on his draw He'd knock you flat If standin' at The wrong end of that ball!
Singing Hi-yi, yippie-ki-oh Look out for that might throw! Singing Hi-yi, yippie-ki-yo Man that boy can throw! The boy that we call Moe!
In his defense It made good sense But made his mother nervous To take those skills And pay his bills Through a life in public service
He joined the Corps A badge he wore Zucchinis for companions With mom's consent Soon off he went To guard over the canyons
Singing Hi-yi, yippie-ki-yo Standing high and lookin' low! Singing Hi-yo the bow can throw! That's our brother Moe Singing Hi-yi, yippie-ki-yo Standing high and lookin' low! Singing Hi-yi, yippie-ki-yo He's not that big we know!
But man, that boy can throw!
The boy that we call..."Moe!"