The Lyrics:

If We’re Leaving
by Sarah Donner

When you’re leaving I am sleeping
on a couch all curled up inside
You don’t know that I am dreaming
of a field of sunshine filled with mice
It’s so nice

You could take me,
But you know I won’t take kindly to a
Crate that’s crammed inside a car
I’m like a moth inside a jar
If it’s too far and out of town
I might need drugs to calm me down

So if we’re leaving you could leave me treats
inside the crate, it’s okay
Bring me tuna, it’ll do ya good to bribe me
with my favorite things
It’s conditioning

Then we could go across the road, across the country
I’ll be so good inside my box
You’ll be so proud and give me knucks
Remember put me on a leash
When we stop we both can pee
Just keep me off the airplane
I don’t trust the guys in baggage claim

Then we can go across the road, across the country!

See Sarah’s original Ask a Cat Lady post over here.