"Ladybugs' Picnic" as written by William Luckey and Donald Hadley....
One, two, three
Four, five, six
Seven, eight, nine
Ten, eleven, twelve
Ladybugs
Came to the ladybugs' picnic

One, two, three
Four, five, six
Seven, eight, nine
Ten, eleven, twelve
And they all played games
At the ladybugs' picnic

They had twelve sacks, so they ran sack races
They fell on their backs, and they fell on their faces
The ladybugs twelve
At the ladybugs' picnic

They played jump rope, but the rope - it broke
So they just sat around telling knock-knock jokes
The ladybugs twelve
At the ladybugs' picnic

One, two, three
Four, five, six
Seven, eight, nine
Ten, eleven, twelve
And they chatted away
At the ladybugs' picnic

They talked about the high price of furniture and rugs
And fire insurance for ladybugs
The ladybugs twelve
At the ladybugs' picnic
Twelve!


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"Ladybugs' Picnic" as written by Donald Hadley William Luckey

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