"Barnyard Dance [Baile Vegetal]" as written by and Carl Martin....
It was late one night in the pale moonlight
all the vegetables gave a spree
they put up a sign said the dance is at 9
and all the admissions were free
there were peas and greens
cabbage and beans
it was the biggest sight you ever did see
When old man cucumber
struck up that number
you should've heard the vegetables scream
Well little turnip top did the backwards flop
the cabbage shook the shimmy
and she could not stop
and the little red beet shook his feet
Watermelon died of the cock eyed heat
Little tomata agitata
shook the shimmy with the sweet potata
and old man garlic dropped dead of the colic
down at the barnyard dance

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"Barnyard Dance" as written by Carl Martin


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