Shoes Are Very Important is a song from Shoes for Tutter, Season 5, Episode 2. Songs by Bob and Deena Cole, Sean Hartley, Mark Stewart, Brian Woodbury and Andrew Wyatt, Score by Rob Curto and Julian Harris.

Lyrics[edit | edit source]

[Verse 1]

Do you ever work hard to do chores?

Do you ever do whatever it takes to open up all the doors?

We don't have to stand, I just want to sit right down

I'm here to organize you to dance and get down

I'll say that shoes are important

I'm asking me to sing that content

No wonder why it's been any shorten

If you want to make the world a better place, take a look at yourself and make that change!

[Verse 2]

I could tell to tie my shoes, that's shoes in a nutshell

I got nowhere else to see

But I hope we can all get along and agree

I was standing here in this blue home

Maybe a condo, a hotel or a plain dome

Maybe not, but it's time to get in

Let me sing it again

Now those shoes are important

I'm asking me to stay absorbent

I'm not saying it's just so boring

If you want to make the world a better place, take a look at yourself and make that change!

[Verse 3]

Do shoes make you heel?

Do shoes only trip and might peel?

Do shoes fit for weddings?

Do shoes pretend to be boots to go sledding?

Or maybe like stiletto heels?

Or maybe the image plastered on wheels?

Nah...not all shoes are important like this!

Uh-uh.

Yes, that's why shoes are important

I'll fit myself in a little endorsement

Not so sure if it's just distorted

If you want to make the world a better place, take a look at yourself and make a change!

Gotta get it right or you got the time then you close your mind

Yeah, if you want to make the world a better place, take a look at yourself and make that...change!

Hey!

Reference[edit | edit source]

During this song, Bear's chorus lines go "take a look at yourself and make a change" is from another song when it's me in the mirror.

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