Don’t You Know

You snore when you sleep, don’t you know?
Like a nervous elephant, it shakes the bed,
It rumbles the walls and wakes the dead;
Treble bass, deep and low,
Don’t you know?

You hum when you chew, don’t you know?
Like heavy turbines mulching grass,
A motor mumbling with heavy mass;
Treble bass, deep and low,
Don’t you know?

You inspire when you sing, don’t you know?
Moving us all, from head to toe,
Radiant, warm, you shine and glow,
Still from your grave to the radio;
Treble bass, deep and low,
You don’t know.