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GUEST,John Bauman Naughty kids' greatest hits II (153* d) RE: Naughty kids' greatest hits II 05 Sep 00

My mother taught me these and I've never heard them anywhere since--and she had a bunch of these;

A petunia's a flower, like a begonia,
A begonia's a meat, like a sausage,
A sausage and battery's a crime,
Monkeys crime trees'
Trees a crowd,
The rooster crowed in the morning and made a loud noise,
The noise is on the face, like the eyes,
Eyes are opposite Nays'
The horse nays, has a colt,
And wakes up in the morning with double petunia.

30 days hath Septober,
April, June, and no wonder.
All the rest have peanut butter,
except Pasadena which hosts the Rose Bowl.

Him have gone. Him have went. Him have left I
all alone. Will him never come to I? Must me ALWAYS
go to He? It can never was! Damn, Don't it awful?!

Cheautiful burch ain't it?
Some thinkle peep so.
Mardon me padam, this pie is occupewed,
May I sow you to another sheet?
I'm not as think as you drunk I am but I
fool so feelish. I've had tee many martoonies.

(The very last line is the only one I've ever heard elsewhere.)


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