Mary had some bubble gum, bubble gum, bubble gum
Mary had some bubble gum
she chewed it long and slow.
Everywhere that Mary went, Mary went, Mary went
everywhere that Mary went
her gum was sure to blow.
She chewed the gum in school one day, school one day, school one day
She chewed the gum in school one day,
which was against the rule.
The teacher took her pack away, pack away, pack away
The teacher took her pack away
and chewed it after school.
Comments about this poem (Bubble gum by Lee Toballs )
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