Childhood Chants

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  1. Hal Pollner

    Hal Pollner Very Well-Known Member
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    "Liar Liar, pants on fire, nose as long as a telephone wire."

    "What's my name? Put 'n' Tame. Ask me again and I'll tell you the same!"

    "Sticks and Stones may break my Bones, but Words will never hurt me."

    "Step on a Crack, break your Mother's back."

    "Na nana na na "

    Hal



     
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    Happy birthday to you,
    You were born in a zoo.
    You look like a monkey,
    And you smell like one too.

    See you later, alligator. After a while, crocodile.

    What's your major malfunction?

    Guess what, chicken butt?
     
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    Yes we had most of those when we were kids too...:D

    Not last night but the night before
    Three wee Monkeys came to the door,
    One had a fiddle, one had a drum
    And one had a pancake stuck to his bum!

    Auntie Mary had a canary
    Up the leg of her drawers
    It woudna come down
    Fer half a crown,
    So it won the Victoria Cross!

    Mrs. McGuire peed in the fire
    The fire was too hot
    She peed in a pot
    The pot was too wide
    She peed in the Clyde
    And aw the wee fishes
    Swam up her backside

    Birdie, birdie in the sky,
    Why did ye dae that in ma eye?
    Birdie, birdie in the sky,
    Och, I'm glad that cows don't fly.
     
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