I Don’t Have a House

I don’t need no walls to keep me safe, no,
I’ve got a fence and I’m sleeping sound.
And every house I ever saw
was too small for anyone to move around.

My fence is mine alone,
it let’s me breathe.
My trusty fence is all I need.

I don’t have a house
and I don’t need one,
I don’t need one, Baby.
I got myself a fence
and that’s enough.

When it rains I get soaking wet,
but it don’t matter, I resist all kinds of weather.
When the sun shines it burns like hell,
but soon enough my skin will start to look like leather.

My fence is mine alone,
it let’s me breathe.
My trusty fence is all I need.

I don’t have a house
and I don’t need one,
I don’t need one, Baby.
I got myself a fence
and that’s enough.
I don’t have a house
and I don’t need one,
I don’t need one, Baby.
I got myself a fence
and that’s enough.

And if you asked me to come into your house
I would respectfully decline,
‚cause all the people in those houses, they’re so crowded
that they must touch all the time.

I don’t have a house
and I don’t need one,
I don’t need one, Baby.
I got my self-offence
and that’s enough.

I don’t have a house
and I don’t need one,
I don’t need one, Baby.
I got myself a fence
and that’s enough.