Little Jack Horner fell in love with the witch up on the moon
Her name was Mother Hubbard she kept whiskey in her cubbard
So her wings were made of spoons
They dated for a week and they married on the beach
But the witch thought it was soon
So the three blind said it was all very nice and they moved up on the moon

They had a little girl,her name was Bo Peep
She was pretty she was bright
She put on her red coat and went to see grandma
But disappeared in the night
Jack wouldn't eat fat, Hubbard wouldn't eat lean
So they got into a fight
Jack grew a beanstalk, big and green
So they climbed into the sky

Somewhere in the clouds they lost each other
When the cow jumped over the moon
But old Mother Hubbard found little Miss Muffet
Now their on their honeymoon





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    General Commentgood freakin song
    bestwombat11on January 23, 2008   Link
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    General Commentjust a crazy spin on fairy tales I guess?


    sounds so different than other cloud cult songs I've listened to.
    halxeon August 27, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIts about Craig Minnowa's son, who when he was two in 2002. I didn't realize when i first heard the it, I thought it was just a quirky song. Gives it a whole new meaning, doesnt it?
    killthischoruson September 28, 2008   Link
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    My OpinionI believe these lyrics are partially wrong...

    "They dated for a week and they married on the beach
    But the witch thought it was soon
    So the three blind said it was all very nice and they moved up on the moon"

    it should be...

    "They dated for a week and they married on the beach
    But the wolf thought it was too soon
    So the three blind mice said it was all very nice and they moved up on the moon"

    call me a picky bastard, but I don't care what you think.
    elchupanukkaon January 25, 2009   Link

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