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# Twelve Cans of Tuna Fish Rag

Twelve cans! Twelve cans!

Twelve cans of tuna fish. Twelve cans.

How many cans?

Twelve, twelve.

Did you say twelve?

Yes, I said twelve.

'Twelve cans of what?

Twelve cans of fish.

Twelve cans of fish?

Yes, fish, yes, fish.

What kind of fish?

Tuna, tuna.

Twelve cans of tuna fish?

Yes, twelve cans.

Oh, my goodness!

No wonder she's_fat!

How_often does_she_eat those twelve cans_of tuna?

How often does she eat those twelve big cans?

Every night, every night.

She_eats twelve cans of tuna fish

every night.

You're kidding!

Oh, my goodness! No wonder she's fat!

That's a lot_of tuna.

It sure_is!

That's a lorof tuna.

It sure_is!

That's too much tuna, if you ask me.

It sure is! It sure is!

Twelve cans of tuna is a lot_of fish if you ' ask me, if you ' ask me.

It_sure_is!

It_sure_is!

Panic on Being Late

What_time is it?

What_time is it?

Hurry up! Hurry up!

Hurry up! Hurry up!

What time is it?

What time is it?

We're going to be late!

Oh, I don't_have time to talk to you now.

I'm late, I'm late, I'm terribly late.

Hurry up! Hurry up!

What time is it?

Hurry up! Hurry up!

What time is it?

Hurry up!

What time is it?

Hurry up!

21. Ouch! That Hurts

Ouch!

What's the matter?

I stubbed my toe.

Oh, that hurts, that hurts.

I know that hurts.

Ouch!

What's the matter?

I bit my tongue.

Oh, that hurts, that hurts.

I know that hurts.

Ouch!

What's the matter?

I got a cramp in my foot.

Oh, that hurts, that_hurts.

I know that_hurts.

Ouch! Ouch!

What's the matter now?

I bumped into the table, tripped on the stairs, slipped on_the carpet, fell over_the chairs.

Gee! You're clumsy today!

22. Would You Walk to China If You Had the Time?

Would you walk to China if you had the time?

Would you leave at a quarter to three?

Would you walk to China ' if you had the time?

Would you walk to China with me?

Of course, I'd walk to China if I had_the time. I'd leave at a quarter to three.

Of course, I'd walk to China tomorrow night, if I were_only free.

Why can't you walk to China tomorrow night?

Why can't you go to China at three?

Why can't you walk_out on your sweet sugar cat and sail to China with me?

Well, I have to stay home and_take care_of my plants

take_care of my darling too,

and_I'd never walk_out on my 'sweet 'sugar 'cat

and go to China with you.

Major Decisions

How do you like your coffee?

Black! Black!

How do you like your tea.?

How do you like your steak?

Medium rare.

How do you like your_eggs?

I don't care!

Sunny-side up?

I don't care!

oust

Poached on toast?

I don't care!

Scrambled, with bacon?

I don't care!

Over-easy?

I don't care!

Soft-boiled?

Hard-boiled?

I don't care!

I don't care!

Come on, tell me!

This_isn't fair.

I told_you the truth. I really don't care!

I Gave It Away

I gave it away.

You what?

I gave it away.

What did you say?

I said I gave it away.

Gave it away?

That's what I said.}. I said ' I ' gave it away.

Why?

Because 1 wanted to.

You wanted to?

Yes, I wanted to.

Why didn't_you sell it?

Sell it?

Yes, sell it, sell it.

Why ' didn't you sell it?

I didn't_want to.

Why not? Why not?

I didn't_want to.

Why not? Why not?

I didn't want to.

Why didn't_you give it_to me?

I didn't want to.

Why didn't you give it_to him?

I didn't_want to.

Why didn't_you give it_to her?

I didn't_want to.

Why didn't you give it_to them?

I didn't_want to.

I didn't_want to.

25. Banker's Wife's Blues

Where does John live?

He lives near the bank.

Where does_he work?

He works_at the bank.

When does_he work?

He works all day and_he works all night,

at the bank, at the bank, at the great, big bank.

Where does_he study?

He studies_at the bank.

Where does he sleep?

He sleeps_at the bank.

Why does he spend all day, all night,

all day, all night, at the bank, at the bank?

Because he loves his bank more than his wife

and_the loves_his money more than his life.

Say it again.

What a beautiful name!

What a lovely name!

Sand

If I were home,

If I were home,

I'd run to the beach, take off my shoes and walk in_the sand.

I'd shake the sand out of my shoes.

I'd feel it between my toes.

I'd smell wet sand in my hair.

I'd feel it in my eyes.

My face would sparkle from the sand.

I would say, "I hate this sand."

Back home, the bed would be full of sand

and my clothes, and my hair.

I would wake up and feel the sand in my hair.

Oh, it's been so" long since I have felt sand in my hair.

A Late Again

Not quite, not quite.

Just a minute, don't rush me!

Hurry up, hurry up!

Hurry up, hurry up!

I'll be ready in a minute,

in a minute, in a minute.

I can't find my keys!

I can't find my keys!

Come on, let's go!

Come on, let's go!

I can't find my socks!

I can't find my socks!

Come on, let's go!

Let's go, let's go!

I can't find my shoes!

I can't find my shoes!

Come on, let's go!

Let's go, let's go!

Your shoes are on the floor..

Let's go, let's go!

Warning

Watch_out! Watch_out!
Wath out! Watch out!
Watch out!
There's a hole in_the floor!

What?

A hole.

Where?

In the floor.

A hole in the floor?

Yes, a hole in the floor,

A great big hole in the floor.

Well, I don't see any hole in the floor.

I don't see any hole.

It's there!

Where? Right there!

Right here? Yes, right there.

Are you sure?

Sure, I'm sure. It's big as a house.

Big?

It's huge.

Huge?

It's huge.

A huge hole, ' a great big hole,

a great big hole in the floor.

I think you re kidding.

You're teasing me.

There's no hole in the . . .

Friends

Well, I've known Jack for fourteen years.
He's a pretty good friend of mine.

She's known Jack for fourteen years.
He's a pretty good friend of hers.

And I've known Bill for thirteen years.

He's a pretty good friend of mine.

She's known Bill for thirteen years.

He's a pretty good friend of hers.

I've known_them_both for quite a long time.

They're pretty good friends of mine.

She's known them both for quite a long time.

They're pretty good friends of hers.

I've known Jim for a long time.

He's an old, old friend of mine.

She's known Jim for a long time

He's an old, old friend of hers.

We're old friends, old friends.

He's a dear, old friend of mine.

How long have you known your old friend Sue?

How long have you known dear Claude and Sue?

Well, I met them just before I met you.

They're my closest friends, dear Claude and Sue.

Easy Solutions

Gee,I'm hungry;

Have a sandwich.

Gee, I'm angry!

Calm down!

Gee, I'm sleepy!

Take a nap!

Gee, it's chilly in here!

Put on a sweater.

Gee, it's hot in here!

Open a window.

I've got the hiccups!

Drink some water.

My nose itches.

Scratch it.

My feet hurt.

Sit down for awhile.

My shoes_are tight.

Take them off.

I have a toothache.

Go to the dentist.

Take some aspirin.

I'm lonely!

Call_up_a friend.

I'm bored!

Go to a movie.

Love Song

Does she love him?

Yes, she does.

Is she happy?

Yes, she is.

Does he know it?

Yes, he does, yes, he knows_it.

Will she hug_him?

Yes, she will.

Will she kiss him?

Yes, she will.

Will she leave him?

Yes, she will, if she has to.

Does he love her?

Yes, he does.

Is he happy?

Yes, he is.

Does she know_it?

Yes, she does, yes, she knows it.

Will he hug_her?

Yes, he will.

Will he kiss_her?

Yes, he will.

Will he leave her?

Yes, he will, if he has to.

Are they happy?

Yes, they are.

Are they lucky?

Yes, they are.

Do they know it?

Yes, they do, yes they know it.

Will he find somebody new?

Will she find somebody too?

Yes, they will.

Yes, they will, if they have to.

On the Rocks

You never listen to me.

What did you say?

You never listen to me.

What?

He never listens, to me. He never talks.to me.

He just sits, around, and watches_TV.

She never listens to me.

She never talks to me.

She just sits_around, and watches TV.

She never listens to me.

She just sits around.

She never talks to me.

She just sits around. She just sits around.

She just sits around, and watches TV.

She just sits around.

He never listens to me.

He just sits around.

He never talks to me.

He just sits around.

He just sits around.

He just sits around, and watches TV.

He just sits around.

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