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Macaroni


Remember the song Yankee Doodle Dandy?
Well, now, his real name was Tony
They claim he went to town one day
And even invented macaroni

Well, I've got a story to tell you
They may be a bit of a surprise
Everything they sung about
Was nothing but a whole bunch of lies

First of all he wasn't a yankee
He was born in the state of Kentucky
He didn't have no pony either
He had a great big yellow rubber ducky

See, Tony just wasn't very bright
His IQ was only three
Dumb as a box of hammers
And as ugly as could be

The kind of face only a mother could love
Well, maybe, a mother could like
He's been that way all of his life
From the time he was just a tyke

Now, Tony like to play with earthworms
But it was a word he just couldn't say
So he called them worms macaroni
For that's the only thing he ate all day

And about that thing he called a town
Well that was only his toilet
I was gonna tell you earlier
But I just didn't wanna spoil it

That's the story of Yankee Doodle Dandy
And every word I said is true
The feather and the hat is a whole other story
But for now this will have to do








Copyright © Larry Belt | Year Posted 2010


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Face

She has a face only a mother could love
Or a man looking for home
She is stubborn, strong and smart
Hard working and ever opinionated
But she is honest and true
She is good and better
Than those little pearls who are to dainty
To do common chores or change a diaper
Or have a baby because their skinny
Skinny wasp figure may blossom into real
Real womanhood
She can take care of herself and she could
Could take care of you
But her man has to earn his own keep
Is she common? Is she plain?
Common is earth that the Almighty
First breathe the breath of life into
Plain is honesty as the day is long
Her heart is gold and her love a treasure
Beauty begins within
She has the simple true love of her man
For this the prettiest smile resides
On her beautiful, beautiful face


Copyright © Fritz Purdum | Year Posted 2008