Tiny Tina

The Handsome Family

Last September at the state fair
Past the ferris wheel and bumper cars
The hypnotist, the jumping goats
Forgotten country music stars
There was a sign for Tiny Tina
From the wild's of Arizona
Drinks just a thimble of water
Eats just a handful of straw

Tiny Tina, the world's smallest horse
Just a dollar to go see her
Just a dollar to see that little horse

I rode the teacups, the tilt 'o whirl
Shot water guns at grinning clowns
I ate funnel cakes, chili dogs, fried beer
I saw the largest ear of corn
But as the fair lights shone at dusk
I stood there in that field of dirt
Thinking only of those little hooves
Trotting circles in the dark

Tiny Tina, the world's smallest horse
Why didn't I go see her?
Why didn't I go see that little horse?
Why didn't I go see that tiny horse?
Why didn't I go see that little horse?

Written by: Rennie Sparks
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