Aw yes yes yes, Mary Shocolates is in the house with some advice
You don't have to follow it but if you do, don't blame me

Doggies are lovely little creatures; they wag their tails and bounce their floppy ears.
They chew on slippers, sticks and bones and shoes.
But tell me Mary what do I do when they poo?

Throw them in the dodder, in a duvet or a sack,
make sure you tie it nice and tightly so they don't come back.

Throw them in the dodder and your problems gone for good but make sure you clean up nice and quickly and you leave no blood.

Husbands are handy when you need them,
for fixing cupboards, or going through your drawers (Mr Merryman, drawers how dare you Im not reading this filth).
They have some other handy uses in the night, but tell me Mary what do I do when they start a fight?

Throw them in the dodder, in a duvet or a sack,
make sure you tie it nice and tightly so they don't come back.

Throw them in the dodder and your problems gone for good but make sure you clean up nice and quickly and you leave no blood.

Mr Merryman that's not a sign now making me read about the drawers I found that very offensive,
how dare you make me read something that's disgusting out over the radio, my fans will be shocked

Throw them in the dodder, in a duvet or a sack,
make sure you tie it nice and tightly so they don't come back.

Throw them in the dodder and your problems gone for good but make sure you clean up nice and quickly and you leave no blood.


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