Frances May

(1991 / Wales, the land of sheep and strange accents)

Rainbow drizzle

I seldom see
those like you or me
that is why
we're meant to be

Playing our banjos
on the roof
Putting nail varnish
on a horses hoof

Rainbow drizzle
Red green and blue
I like me
I like you

Let's always stay young
having fun
we'll fly away
we'll touch the sun

When the snow falls
We'll make snowmen
Take the day off work
We'll stay out till ten

Rainbow drizzle
Red green and blue
I like me
I like you

Let's do cartwheels
In the rain
I'll pick some daisies
I'll make you a chain

Hold my hands and we'll spin
around and around
We'll get so dizzy
Fall to the ground

Rainbow drizzle
Red green and blue
I like me
I like you

Submitted: Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, May 28, 2008

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