One day, James Washcloth put his best foot forward,
Looked up, and sent a postcard to his aunt Louie.
What did ya burn a hole in my pocket for?
I know I couldn’t eat applesauce or invite Piper over
to play a game of Stop-Throwing-Cheerios-At-Me.
Spatula always wanted to know how to build a cow.
The answer is Perkins Rent-A-Gerbil.
Oh, sure, I always have a spare computer monitor.
Later that day James put on his coat.
He put on his coat and ran out the door, ran out the door.
I went to the zoo to zee zome animalzzz.
Vacuuming?
Charles, I caught you red-handed. Red-handed.
Hey, my hands ain’t red!
James packed up his tent and spelunked all the way to hockey practice.
Our solar system contains 12 vitamins and minerals we need to survive.
It’s not hard pushing a lawnmower
It’s not hard pushing a lawnmower
It’s not hard pushing a lawnmower
It’s not hard pushing a lawnmower


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