Gary Liles

(Bushey, Herts, UK)

Dirty Baby


I put baby out in the garden
She gets all covered in dirt
I pick her up and bring her in
And now it's all over my shirt
She's not happy unless she's covered
From head down to her toes
But where does she get so much dirt from
The Lord only knows
If I put her out in her play pen
She would find some dirt to use
And if no dirt was available
She would mess about with her poohs

Submitted: Thursday, January 02, 2003

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