Secret_of_Survival_in_a_Very_Nasty_World

Secret of Survival in a Very Nasty World

"Secret of Survival" is the villain song of the weasels sung in the 1995 film Mr. Toad's Wild Ride - despite the film itself often having poor reviews many critics and fans of villains in general have noted that this particular song remains a remarkably effective Villain Song (perhaps most notable as one of Doug Walker's favorite Villain Songs (who is best known as the Nostalgia Critic)).

Lyrics

WEASELS: First you see us, then you don't.

Now you hear us, now you won't.

It's our secret of survival in a very nasty world.

Now you feel us, now you can't.

Are we real? Perhaps we aren't?

It's our secret of survival in a very nasty world.

It's our secret of survival in a very nasty world.

MOLE: Is it really such a nasty world?

CHIEF WEASEL: Oh yes, a very nasty world.

WEASELS: Nastier than you could ever dream of.

From up above, and from beneath.

Eyes and jaws, claws and teeth.

Ready to attack you you're a snack you'd better run!

CHIEF WEASEL: Don't come walking in The Wild Wood if you haven't got a gun.

WEASELS: Ha haha haha ha.

Every creature for survival has to look out for itself.

Got no nannies here or grannies dear to look after your health.

You're in The Wild Wood, and every child could tell you that you got no business to be here!

Aaaaaaaaaaaaah!

First you see us, then you don't

Now you hear us, now you won't

It's our secret of survival in a very nasty world.

Now you feel us, now you can't

Are we real? Perhaps we aren't?

It's our secret of survival it's our secret of survival it's our secret of survival in a very nasty world.

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