Green Leaf

(12th of Aug.1985 / Transilvania Cluj Napoca)

Monkey Monkey Banana

Uu aa aa a aa! Oh no its another meeting on the way..
The chief urangutanus is screaming away…
The day has just started, its monkey business all the way
Counting bananas, makes one…. go bananas

UU aaaa a aaa! Its monkey mania! all just crave for some more
More marbles and toys, those shinny illusions
Bananas, Bananas! ! ! ! Could we have some more?
I’m sick of just looking without even touching…
I want more bananas, enough with the talking.

Some mooooore?
You may not!
Enough with the talking, enough with the monkeing
You can’t have some more, you are just a monkey
And monkeys like many, that crave some bananas
Might go just bananas.

Submitted: Monday, July 11, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, July 12, 2011

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