The Aroma of Laundry

They say the smell of roses is love,
And the smell of the sea is bliss,
But there's one smell that ain't so great
Now believe when I tell you this.

It smells like old, mouldy bread,
With a touch of stinky veg,
A little drop of sweat and
What the dog did in the hedge.

If you throw in a little dirt,
And a pinch of kitchen salt,
A whole load of smelly cheese, with
A touch of horse's malt.

If you whisk it up together
And add leave it out to sun-dry
Come back in the morning and
You have the aroma of Laundry.

The End

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