The monkey and the kangaroo came one day for tea
The monkey and the kangaroo, came one day round three
The monkey said "how do you do" the monkey he cleaned up my room
The kangaroo he jumped & jumped &jumped & jumped around
The kangaroo he jumped & jumped &jumped & jumped around

The monkey and the kangaroo knocked upon the door
The monkey and the kangaroo, must have been 'round four
The monkey said, "hello, all hail," the monkey sorted out my mail
The kangaroo he jumped & jumped &jumped & jumped around
The kangaroo he jumped & jumped &jumped & jumped around

The monkey and the kangaroo came one day quite late
The monkey and the kangaroo, must have been past eight
The monkey said it's time for bed, let's clean your teeth & wash your head
The kangaroo he jumped & jumped &jumped & jumped around
The kangaroo he jumped & jumped &jumped & jumped around

Whistle

The monkey and the kangaroo came when we were asleep
They crept in by the back door they did not make a peep
The kangaroo went to the cupboard
Helped himself to bread and butter
The monkey he jumped & jumped &jumped & jumped around
The monkey he jumped & jumped &jumped & jumped around
The monkey he jumped & jumped &jumped & jumped around
The monkey he jumped & jumped &jumped & jumped around


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Monkey and the Kangaroo song meanings
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