Grazing in the Grass
From the episode: Con Heiress
Singers: The Friends of Distinction
Voices: The Friends of Distinction (archival recording)

"Grazing in the Grass" is an instrumental composed by Philemon Hou and first recorded by the South African trumpeter Hugh Masekela.

A vocal version of the song by The Friends of Distinction, with lyrics by band member Harry Elston, was a US chart hit in 1969.

Peter tries to put off mowing the lawn in "Con Heiress" by telling Lois that The Friends of Distinction are 'Grazing in the Grass' as they sing their song. Cleveland comes running out of his house to join them but as he makes his way though the tall grass finds they have disappeared. Donna wakes him up from it being a dream while on the toilet.


Sure is mellow grazin' in the grass
(Grazin' in the grass is a gas, baby, can you dig it)
Everything here is so clear, you can see it
And everything here is so real, you can feel it
I can dig it, he can dig it, she can dig it
We can dig it, they can dig it, you can dig it
Oh, let's dig it. Can you dig it, baby?
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