Re-writing kids rhymes

When the kids were small we used to re-write a little rhyme and change hay for HEY!

Moo Moo the CowI’m Moo Moo the cow
I eat lots of HEY! (Elvis style)
I sit on the tracks
For most of the day
My milk is so good
It doesn’t take long
For all little children
To grow big and strong

Now when we go driving with the kids and they are a bit older we make up new rhymes and songs. Here is our efforts from the drive home from Henderson.

Oink oink the PigI’m Oink Oink the Pig
I eat lots of scraps
I sit in the mud
And take a big crap
My stench is so bad
It doesn’t take long
For every-body to run from the pong

baa baa the lambI’m Baa Baa the lamb
I eat lots of grass
and later on
it shoots out my arse
At the end of spring I jump on the truck
When we get to the works
I say Holy Fu…!

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