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Humans Ain't What They Seem to Be is a song from the first Rita and Runt cartoon, "When Rita Met Runt". The music was written by Richard Stone and the lyrics by Sherri Stoner.

Lyrics

Rita:
What's a human good for, anyway?
Runt:
They pet you when they're sad.
Rita:
They smack you when you're bad.
Runt:
When you're hungry they definitely feed you.
Rita:
Yeah, on vacation they leave you with hardly no food. Ring a bell, dude?
Runt:
Whimpers.
Rita:
Exactly my point.
Humans Ain't What They Seem to Be.
They don't mean that much to me.
No, not much at all.
When you're little and tiny they pet your cute hiney.
But then when you grow it's a simple no-show.
It's "shoo shoo off this" and "don't you dare scratch on that".
If they call you at all it's always "dumb cat."
Humans Ain't What They Seem to Be.
They don't mean that much to me.
No, not much at all.
But when it's all dark and quiet I try hard to fight it.
But I dream of home then I won't have to roam.
Someone to feed me and put me to bed and scratch me just so on top of my head.
But I ain't gonna love 'em.
Not gonna answer that call.
'Cause Humans don't mean that much to me.
No, not much at all.

Video

Humans Ain't What They Seem to Be -Animaniacs01:52

Humans Ain't What They Seem to Be -Animaniacs

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