The man with the ektara continues
to sing,

As he moves through the village
pathway and the country road,
through endless meadow and
the marshland.

“The Jungle King is not a horse
nor is it a donkey or a mule,

Not the lion or the fox,
Not the shark or the crocodile,
Not the python or the anaconda,
Not the polar bear or the penguin,
Not the snow leopard or the eagle,
Not the gum tree or the ostrich,
Not the whale or the dolphin,
Not the buffalo or the reindeer,
Not the Bengal tiger or the brumby.

As the Jungle King is the angered
man on the public stage.”