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Kim Robin Edwards

(October 15,1959(Age-54) : / Born-Newfane, New York USA(From California) :)

Skit Scat Scram Skadattle


Skit, Scat, Scram, Skadattle.
Get, going, and gone.
Won't be back, until the break of dawn.
We sat down town.Wearing a funny frown.
Me and my little lady.In her little night gown.

Skit, Scat, Scram, Skadattle.
Get, going, and gone.
Won't be back, until the break of dawn.
Grabbed some dinner at the corner cafe.
Lost all, our hard earned money.
So we just couldn't pay.

Skit, Scat, Scram, Skadattle.
Get, going, and gone.
Won't be back, until the break of dawn.
We never got caught because we ran so fast.
Either run real fast, or get caught soon.
So we ran real fast, from the corner cafe.

Skit, Scat, Scram, Skidattle.
Get, going, and gone.
Won't be back, until the break of dawn..

Children's Poetry By Kim Robin Edwards
Copyright 1985,2009..
ALL rights reserved..

Submitted: Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, September 16, 2009
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