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Down On The Farm

We do things a little different here Down on the farm With chickens in the kitchen Instead of outside in the barn Pigs back in the bedroom Watching Jeopardy, eating candy corn Yes, we do it a little different Down here on the farm We have the cows over for dinner Every Thursday night Used to be more often But not since the big food fight The cows and horses don't get along I really don't understand their dislike That's why we had to cut back To dinner only on Thursday night The sheep pile into the Ranchero Whenever we head to town To stock up on their favorite Doritos And licorice by the pound When they get behind the wheel They feel they're heaven bound When ever it is those licorice loving lambs Herd themselves downtown Things seem to be running smoothly Down here on the farm We all do our on cooking and cleaning So we pretty much get along All except for the pigs But that we should have known We still are having a Whoop & Hollering time Down here on the farm

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Date: 9/28/2016 7:08:00 PM
Man, what a life! I'm jealous of these farm animals, lol! Another fun, unique one Mike!:)
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Date: 9/28/2016 10:40:00 AM
I'm trying to picture all that you have exposed with this poem, Mike. I think you have chosen the nastiest creatures on earth to put in your house. A veritable pig sty. Very funny!!!
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