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Mr jekyll and Doctor hyde (advert for a uk building society)

'ladies and gentleman far and wide
i'm going to tell you a story
about Mr jekyll and Doctor hyde
warning its going to be gory'

Out in transylvania in 1952
Mr jekyll and Doctor hyde
were board so played taboo
Mr jekyll he got snide
Doctor hyde hadn't got a clue
off they went to commit a crime
right near to kathmandu

now kathmandu is very fine
foreigners like it too
there foods exquisitely divine
if its bad you may need loo
there is an old shrine
painted in bright blue
by a beautiful big tall pine

Mr jekyll and Doctor hyde
were after girl aged nine
well at least they got tried
thrown inside a old coal mine
frequently gets rising tide
earthquakes to on fault line
there moneys safe with

Submitted: Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Topic(s): humor

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