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Rama Lamba Ding Dong

Rama-Lamba-Ding-Dong

Its official, officials in Sudan are peeved
The audacity smugglers have got up their sleeve
It’s even been said that they’re losing sleep
Even as they spend their time counting sheep
Sheep are a valued commodity there
Ewes even more, so their numbers are rare
So the smugglers all want to get ewes past their guard
And the tricks they are using are making it hard
To tell ewes from rams, they now have begun
To sew parts on the ewes to make them look hung
Authorities never had noticed before
Till a ram “female-squatted” just outside their door
Upon further inspection the guards had to see
The ram parts were sewed on, the ram was a she
The guards are now looking at sheep differently
To see how they walk, to see how they pee
And when they suspect that a ram is a ewe
They turn the sheep over for a real close up view
And just where are they getting the parts they sew on
Are there rams waking up finding parts are now gone
And if parts are gone, what are they to do
They can’t service the herd; they’re too tough for lamb stew
Maybe they’re good for their wool just the same
A little less rowdy, a little more tame
A little bit shy when it comes to the ewes
Without male parts they just don’t have the clues
When ewes are – well ready – out in the glens
These poor altered fellows just want to be friends



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