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There once was a man from peru
Who used to live in his shoe
He was a jolly old bloke
Until he had a stroke
Now he lives in the loo!

 

There once was a very sad daddy,
Whose golf game was going quite badly.
He looked left and right,
No ball was in sight,
I think he needed a caddy!

 

As a beauty I'm not a great star,
For there are others more hansome by far.
But my face, I don't mid it
For I am behind it
Tis the folks in the front that I jar.

 

There once was a lady from Brazil,
who would cook and clean for a meal,
she took such a spill,
when she slipped on a peel,
Looks like she got a raw deal!

 

There once was a snake from Spain.
Who was always very vain,
It was also very sneaky,
And also very cheeky,
and loved to sing in the rain.

 

There was brownie batter named kake
Poured into a green pan and baked
In the oven it rose
We smelled it with our nose
Then after I ate it I ached

 

There was a guinea pig named Frost
He went to the pond and got lost
He was found by Jack
And never went back
Home he went and out he was tossed

 

There once was a snake from New York
who always ate with a large fork
he lives in the hood
he is very good
but his family calls him a dork.

 

There once was a lady from Sparta,
Who was a magnificant farter,
She could do anything,
From God Save The King,
To Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata

 

There once was a young girl named Claire,
Whose hair was very fair.
She had a desire
to play with fire,
And so her head was bare.

 
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