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There once was a cat named tat
Who was really extremely fat
And cause of that
That fat o’ cat
Could not even fit his big hat.

 

There once was a man named Bill
He lived atop a Hill
He slipped on his sock
Fell on a rock
He soon thought his name was Jill

 

There was 1 old dog in Fargo
full of sins in its cargo,
but after atonement
it ended its torment
by singing Für Elise in largo

 

There once was a dog named Hazy.
And he was always been lazy.
He saw a dog.
On the log.
And made a new friend named Mazy

 

When a tzi-tzu dog from Sapporo,
obsessed with a Spanish word "oro"'
was suddenly told,
that it means gold,
it was too late to tame its sorrow

 

Einstein was exceedingly bright
And exceeded the speed limit of light
He set out one day in a relative way
And returned on the previous night

 

I AM THE LIMERICK QUEEN
I RYTHM LIKE A MACHINE
I RYTHM LIKE NOOTHER
I HAVE A BIG BROTHER
YOU GUYS NO WHAT I MEAN

 

There was a boy named Tuck
Who was in love with ducks
But he tripped,
and he slipped,
oh there goes his luck

 

There once a young girl from Cali
Who was referred to as Sally
She enjoyed eating food
Though she was often rude
One night she was thrown out in an ally

 

There once was a chap from New Jersey
Who couldn't stay sober til Thursday
But once he stopped drinkin'
He started to thinkin'
Whatever had made me so thirsty?

 
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