I Still Like the Llama Song

There's a llama
And another little llama
Fuzzy llama funny llama
Llama llama duck.

Llama llama cheesecake llama
Tablet brick potato llama
Llama llama mushroom llama
Llama llama duck.

I was once a treehouse
I lived in a cake
But I never saw the way the orange slayed the rake.
I was only three years dead
But it told a tale
And now listen little child to the safety rail.

Did you ever see a llama
Kiss a llama on the llama
Llama's llama
Tastes of llama
Llama llama duck.

Half a llama
Twice the llama
Not a llama
Farmer llama
Llama in a car
Alarm a llama
Llama duck.

Is that how it's told now
Is it all so old
Is it made of lemon juice
Doorknob ankle cold.
Now my song is getting thin I've run out of luck.
Time for me to retire now and become a duck.

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2 comments:

rach said...

Yeah, I watched the "video" you had as a link. I think I must be geting old, 'cuz I really don't get it..
There used to be a time when I didn't have to get it...
Speaking of which, I caught Alan humming the "gazebo plethora macadamia" song the other day... There may be hope for the future yet!

Suz said...

I just laugh and laugh and laugh when I play the llama song. My roommate will actually come from wherever he is to sit next to me to watch and listen.

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