But sometimes you go fishing, and make friends instead
I guess it just depends
One time at Sebastian, I was fishing from the boulders
Using crabs for bait, hooked through the shoulders
But the crabs weren't coming easy and something kept taking them
I'm done feeding this fish; it's time to start braking him
So I searched through my box, and I found a smaller hook
The girls caught a smaller crab and said, "let's go get this crook"
We crossed over the rocks and headed to his lair
I tossed the crab to him, and he took the dare
So I lifted him out and laid him down at my feet
This strange little fish; I did not expect to meet
"What are you?" I asked, and what's worse, he answered me
He said, "I'm a fish called a Blenny, and my name is Lenny"
Lenny kept on talking and what a nice guy
He told us his life story starting from a fry
But then Lenny stopped talking and said he felt dry
So we took Lenny to Dennys for water, while we ate some pie
But this wasn't enough because Lenny needed full immersion
Sow we got to go boxes and put our desserts in
We headed back to the river, which was now at lowest tide
Played hide and seek with Lenny, and man could he hide
He blended in with the rocks, a true master of disguise
And how could anyone resist those big goggle eyes
So the girls and I decided we would take Lenny home
We just had to tell their mom, who we found playing on the phone
"Playing video games,' I said, 'we thought you were sleeping
Anyway, this is our new friend, Lenny, that we're keeping"
"No you're not,' she said, 'you gave away your last tank
I'm not buying you another one, there's no money in the bank"
"You don't love me,' I said, 'you just like being mean"
She said, "you sound just like Drew. I'm going back to Final Fantasy 14"
I headed back to the water to tell Lenny goodbye
Drew shed some tears while Lily flat out cried
Anyone who reads this can see my wife committed quite the crime
So its goodbye for now dear Lenny, but maybe not next time
Meegan rolled her eyes and said, "come on, lets go"
I placed Lenny in the river; I had to let him go
Calvin "Cheese Grits" Yerke