There Was An Old Woman

There was an old woman 

Who lived in a shoe;

She had so many (grand)children,

She didn't know what to do.

The cupboards were bare,

But those kids didn't care;

They loved their old granny,

Even when she spanked their fanny.

The rules they did follow

And then, that tomorrow,

They finally left the shoe

She'd taught them what to do.

They learned to be kind,

To use their strong mind,

To have a heart for others

Who didn't have any mothers.

The End

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