FROM A DOG'S STANCE
From a dog's stance, the world's a bowl of food
And no dog is in need.
From a dog's stance, no dog's ever rude
Just one hungry mouth to feed.
From a dog's stance, there is harmony
And it rests upon your plate.
It's the drool of hope. It’s the look of guilt.
There's a stance in every dog.
From a dog's stance, we all have enough
So why not give dogs more?
From a dog's stance, dogs can't comprehend
What all these cats are for.
From a dog's stance, we are waitresses
Marching to the kitchen now.
Bringing bowls of food... make that "people food.”
That's the stance of every dog.
Dogs are watching us - dogs are watching us,
Dogs are watching us - from a dog's stance
Found in Sing Out 37-1 Lyrics by Jay Mankita
Could somebody explain how to keep poetic lines being wrapped into paragraphs? Capital letters are used at the beginning of each line in case you need to unravel it.