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The sun is shining in the sky
all I can say to the rain is bye
Everyone is singing summer songs
and my dad is grabbing hot dogs by the tongs
in the sky so high high high

 

There once was a man from Germantown
who when out and about,
did not make a sound
Upon a whim, found a gem
and wrapped her in his arms bound.

 

There once was a fellow named Max
Who really loved to wear hair wax
He might seem crazy
But he's really lazy
Then he had to pay his tax

 

There once was a dog named Ziggy
whose slobber was really quite icky.
he made dad's car like a swimming pool
by filling it all up with drool.
and left my dad in a hissy.

 

There once was a young lady named Hannah
who slipped on a peel of banana
as she lay on her side
more stars she had spied
than there are in the star spangled banner.

 

There was a poor boy from Nantucket,
Who played his blue blues on a bucket,
He joined in a band,
But soon lost his hand,
An engine is where he had stuck it.

 

There was an old man of Tarentum,
who gnashed his false teeth 'till he bent 'em.
When asked the cost of what he had lost,
he replied,
"I can't say, for I rent 'em."

 

A diner while dining at Crewe,
Found quite a large mouse in his stew.
Said the waiter, "Don't shout And wave it about,
Or the rest will be wanting one, too."

 

There was a young lady of Lynne,
who was so exceedingly thin,
that when she essayed to drink lemonade,
she slipped through the straw and fell in.

 

None have eyes lovelier than thee.
Grander than the expansive sea.
They're not false but true,
an exquisite shade of blue.
But may I ask why three ?

 
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