I Dunno!
Words and Music by John Barnes Wells
Published 1917 by The John Church Company

[Through composed]
I sometimes think I'd rather crow
And be a rooster, than to roost And be a crow.
But I dunno.

A rooster he can roost also,
Which don't seem fair when crows can't crow,
Which may help some.
Still I dunno.

Crows should be glad of one thing though,
Nobody thinks of eating crow,
While roosters they are good enough
For any one, unless they're tough.

There're lots of tough old roosters tho',
And anyway a crow can't crow.
So mebby roosters stand more show.
It looks that way.

But I dunno!