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Three Pink Flamingos Go On Holiday - Pt2
Please read part 1 first When Moe got off the phone, he couldn't believe his luck Somehow he'd managed to hire, a great big monster truck He opened up the back door and chucked his luggage in Then flew up to the drivers seat his journey to begin From way up in the cab, Moe could see for many miles The patchwork fields below him looked like tiny mosaic tiles Off on his way now, see the wheels roll But Standing in the road was the giant troll "Mr Troll, Mr Troll, please let me past" "Not on your nelly, I know you are the last. I'm tired and I'm hungry and I've waited all day long I'll eat your truck for supper, out you get, run along" From his seat in the monster truck way up high Moe could look the troll straight in the eye The troll looked back, not quite sure what was happening As Moe revved the engine in a way that was quite threatening The truck sped forward, Moe's course did not alter And as the gap got smaller the troll began to falter Just in the nick of time, the troll jumped out the way and fell into the river where he quickly washed away Soon Moe reached the seaside, where he found Flo and Joe He told them what had happened to their giant foe And as they sat on the beach, drinking lemonade Moe raised a wing his eyes to shade "What's that shape over there, far out to sea It's troll shaped boat, I think it's waving at me" So now you know the story of their little holiday And how the three flamingos got there that fine day.
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