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Quartermasters Store

Key of D

 

There were rats, rats, rat as big as cats, in the Store, in the Store

There were rats, rats, rat as big as cats, in the Quartermaster’s Store

 

Either

My eyes are dim, I cannot see, I have not brought my specs with me

I have not brought my specs with me

 

There were chips, chips, as long as battleships

 

There was icecream, icecream, as runny as a stream

 

There was cheese, cheese, as stinky as rat’s pee

 

There were fitbas, fitbas, as flat as rubbish jazz

 

There were leeks, keeks, that make you pee your breeks

 

There was fish, fish served on a dirty dish

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P7/6, AUTUMN SONG

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Conkers falling from the trees

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Some birds will be leaving

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Soon the days will be so short

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Steam when you are breathing

 

Some birds come and some birds go

Leaves turn somber broon

Gold or silver, yellow too

Then come skitin doon

 

Birds are hungry in the trees

Wish that life was fair

Thought the berries look so juicy

Mean hawks might be there

 

Robins soon change their tune

Sing their cold day song

High pitch, low pitch, do you know which?

Can you sing along?

 

Geese that come from colder places

Honking as they fly

Flapping wings, as they make

V shapes in the sky

 

Early in the Autumn morning

We won’t hear them sing

Swallows have gone to Africa

They’ll be back in Spring

 

Waves turn in the Autumn wind

Like a bird’s song

But ospreys and the crested grebes

And martins all have gone

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