Bianca N/A


Washing Enzymes


Washing enzymes have a job to do
They work for me they work for you
They make our clothes look nice and new
Just chuck them in the wash and press a button or two

They eat the grass, blood and gravy
And make the blues look really navy
They never stop they’re never lazy
They make my clothes as fresh as a daisy

Washing enzymes work night or day
They work when we sleep they work when we play
They work in every possible way
And love their job anyway!

Submitted: Wednesday, October 20, 2004
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