Flying Lemming

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Happy Dog 3


I’m a happy dog at the park
I yelp and woof and bark
Along with the sound
Us dogs run around
I’m a happy dog at the park

I’m a happy dog at the park
You may think me off the mark
But I’m not by mistake
In the mud by the lake
I’m a happy dog at the park

I’m a happy dog at the park
I hunt like a big hairy shark
When the bunnies trail
Puts a spring in my tail
I’m a happy dog at the park

I’m a happy dog at the park
I’m glad that some bright spark
Brought a ball to throw
Now off I go
I’m a happy dog at the park

I’m a happy dog at the park
I’ll be wagging well into the dark
Enjoy fresh air and fun
Is my tip everyone
I’m a happy dog at the park

Submitted: Thursday, January 22, 2009

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  • Rookie Sonny Rainshine (1/22/2009 8:06:00 AM)

    As lilting and delightful as an Irish drinking song. Does not miss a beat. Mimics the unflagging energy and good-naturedness of dogs-my favorite pets. (Report) Reply

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