the lunar cheese king the third


the lunar cheese


Luna cheese lunar cheese,
Mm yes please,
So round and yummy,
It fills my tummy!

The moon that shines throughout the night,
It’s oh so cheesy to my delight,
Half moon or full,
With lunar cheese life is never dull!

So round and yellow,
And frightfully mellow,
Twinkles like the stars,
Or the two moons of mars!

Nowhere in the galaxy,
Will you find such a fallacy,
As the lunar cheese in the sky,
Up there really really high!

Late at night when I’m in my bed,
I put down my sleepy head,
I say goodnight to my little friend,
The lunar cheese, and that's the end!

Submitted: Monday, March 12, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, February 01, 2011
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