[Chorus]
My uncle used to love but she died
A chicken ain't chicken 'til it's lickin' good fried
Keep on the sunny side
My uncle used to love me but she died

Who'll bid me quarter, thirty cents for a ring of keys
Three sixty-five for a dollar bill of groceries
I'll have me a car of m'own someday but 'til then I need me a ride
My uncle used to love me but she died

[Chorus]

Hamburger cup of coffee lettuce and tomater
Two times a dime to see a man kiss an alligator
One more time around free on the Ferris wheel ride
My uncle used to love me but she died

[Chorus]

Apples are for eating and snakes are for hissing
I've heard about a'hugging and I've heard about kissing
I read about it free in a fifty cent illustrated guide
My uncle used to love me but she died

[Chorus: x2]


Lyrics submitted by poetlaureate, edited by gshcarter

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