The story of the bear, old man screamin’ there's a grizz in the trees. This is how it went, how it all unfolded, went into the woods with my smoke wagons loaded. The Grizz. Big momma Grizz And my heart was thumpin’. And my hands were shakin’ And my mind was racin’ My legs were bracin’ Now, I laid eyes upon a mountain of a bear with her big black claws and her thick brown hair. On her back legs she was twelve feet tall. I had seen big bears, she was bigger than them all. The Grizz. Big Momma Grizz. And her jaws were snappin’ And her claws were scratchin’ And her teeth were gleamin’ I couldn’t keep from screamin’ Well, I pulled the trigger but the hammer wasn’t workin’ look up at the bear I could swear she was smirkin’. She held me down cause I couldn’t really run, she was biting off my fingers baby, one by one. the Grizz. Big momma Grizz And the blood was flowin’ And my bones were showin’ And the wind was howlin’ And my mind was blowin’ Between her teeth I could feel bones snappin’ Over on the hill hear the old man laughin’ The whole time I was hoping I was dreamin, god I always said I’d never go out screamin’ The Grizz ... Big momma Grizz. And I was quickly fading I was done debating I could feel something changing I could feel something Crazy I came to and I wasn’t even hurtin’ look upon the ground seeing no blood squirtin’. I, myself was twelve feet tall, I was holdin’ momma bear in my big brown paws. The Grizz.. Big Momma Grizz.