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The Beaches of Mexico

Have you ever seen the beaches of Mexico?

Have you ever walked the streets of San Juan?

Have you ever been to Haiti?

Have you ever been to Spain?

Have you ever walked barefoot in a heavy rain?

Have you ever been in trouble?

Have you ever been in pain?

Have you ever been in love?

Would you do it all again?

Well, I've never seen the beaches of Mexico.

I've never walked the streets of San Juan.

I've never been to Haiti.

I've never been to Spain.

I've never walked barefoot

in a heavy rain.

But I've sure been in trouble,

I've sure been in pain,

I've sure been in love,

I'd_do it all again.


35. I'm Sorry, But...

I'm sorry, but you've got to do better than this.

I'm doing the best I can.

I'm sorry, but you've got to walk faster than this.

I'm walking as fast as I can.

I'm sorry, but you've got to work harder than this.

I'm working as hard as I can.

It's not good enough

It's not good enough

It's not good enough

It's not good enough

I'm doing my best.

Try a little harder.

I'm doing my best.

Try a little harder.

I'm doing my best.

Try a little harder.

I can't, I can't.

Don't say can't.

I won't, I won't but I'm doing my best.

Do a little better.

I'm doing my best.

Do a little better.

I'm doing my best.

Try a little harder.

I'll try, I'll try.

Try a little harder.

I'll try, I'll try.


Baby Bobby

Betty bought a bright blue blanket for her baby boy.

He cried when he saw it.

He hates bright blue.

Betty bought a blanket.

Betty bought a blanket.

Betty bought a blue blanket.

Betty bought a blue blanket.

Betty bought a bright blue blanket

a bright, blue blanket for her baby boy,

for her baby boy.

He cried when he saw it.

He hates bright blue.

Betty's baby's name is Bobby.

Baby Bobby is a bad, bad boy.

Bobby is a bad, bad baby.

He drives everybody crazy.

Bobby is a bad, bad baby.

Baby Bobby is a bad, bad boy.

Bobby broke his mother's glasses.

Bobby Baby! Why did you do that?

Bobby lost his father's keys.

Bobby Baby! Why did you do that?

Bobby threw the paper in the kitchen sink.

Daddy got very, very angry.

He cut all the buttons off his father's shirt.

Daddy got very, very angry.

Bobby is a bad, bad baby.

Baby Bobby is a bad, bad boy.


37. It's Like Winter Today

It's like winter today.

It looks like winter.

It feels like winter.

Close the windows!

Shut the door!

Light the stove! Hold me!

It's like spring today!

It looks like spring.

It feels like spring.

Open all the windows!

Open.the door!

Turn off the stove! Hold me!

My Feet Hurt

My feet hurt!

Take off your shoes!



My feet hurt!

Take off your shoes!



My feet hurt!

Take off your shoes!



My feet hurt!

Take off your shoes!



It's hot in here!

Take off your sweater!

It's hot in here!

Take off your sweater!

It's hot in here!

Take off your sweater!

My feet hurt!

Take off your shoes!



It's cold in here!

Put on your sweater!

It's cold in here!

Put on your sweater!

It's cold in here!

Put on your sweater!

My feet hurt!

Take off your shoes!



My hands are cold!

Put on your gloves!

My hands are cold!

Put on your gloves!

My hands are cold!

Put on your gloves!

My feet hurt!

Take off your shoes!




Mama Knows Best

You shouldn't do it that way.
You ought_to do it this way.

You ought to do it this way.

You ought to do it my way.

You shouldn't wear it that way.

You ought to wear it this way.

You ought to wear it this way.

You ought to wear it my way.

You shouldn't go with them.

You ought to go with us.

You shouldn't take the train.

You ought to take the bus.

You shouldn't wear that hat.

You ought to cut_your hair.

You shouldn't get so fat.

You ought to eat a pear.

You shouldn't do it that way.

You ought to do it this way.

You ought to do it this way.

You ought to do it my way.

The Fred Poems

Fred Gets Up at Eight O'Clock

Fred gets up at eight o'clock, his cats ' get up at seven.

His dog wakes up at ten to six, but his bird sleeps 'till eleven.


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