He’s a llama farmer, he farms llamas down there on his farm-ah!

(He’s a llama farmer, don’t you know he’s a llama farmer?)

Farming all his llamas on his farm, farming all his llamas

(He’s a llama farmer, don’t you know he’s a llama farmer?)

First of all he found a llama then became a llama farmer

(He’s a llama farmer, don’t you know he’s a llama farmer?)

Then he found a few more llamas, many llamas make a farmer

(He’s a llama farmer, don’t you know he’s a llama farmer?)

Llamas meeting llamas meet the people, people meeting farmers

(He’s a llama farmer, don’t you know he’s a llama farmer?)

All down on the llama farmer’s farm, his farm with all the llamas

(He’s a llama farmer, don’t you know he’s a llama farmer?)

Sounding the alarm for all the llamas, all the farmer’s llamas:

(Look out llama farmer, listen, be alert O llama farmer!)

If another farmer learns of all the llamas on his farm-ah!

(He’s a llama farmer, don’t you know he’s a llama farmer?)

Other farmers might decide to farm all of the farmer’s llamas

(He’s a llama farmer, wouldn’t you too like to farm some llamas?)

Then the llama farmer will no longer be a llama farmer

(He won’t be a llama farmer, no longer a llama farmer)

Or the llama farmer will no longer be the only farmer

(He’s a llama farmer, don’t you know he’s a llama farmer?)

And the llama farmers will together all be llama farmers

(They’ll be llama farmers, don’t you know they’ll all be llama farmers?)

All the fields full of farms of llamas owned by llama farmers.