The Giant Rat

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A giant rat broke through my wall,
He broke through with ease,
He invaded my kitchen,
And stole all my cheese,

He also stole all of my bread,
As well as all the dishes,
And I was powerless to stop him;
Now I can’t make sandwiches!


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The Cannibal Tooth

There’s a giant walking tooth,
And what’s really terrible,
Is that this giant walking tooth,
Is also a cannibal,

It eats the teeth that fall out your mouth,
But what’s really funny,
Is that when it eats your tooth,
It then pays you money,

So that’s what worst about this beast,
That’s what’s really scary,
It eats the teeth you leave under your pillow,
Yes, there’s no Tooth Fairy!


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The Beastly Bulb

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Everybody knows,
Monsters can lurk in your bedroom,
Standing in the shadows,
Each plotting your doom,

You may think you’re safe,
When your room is bathed in light,
Well, my friend, there is a chance,
You may still have a fright,

Because, you see, the Beastly Bulb,
Might be in your home,
It sits in a socket,
And when you’re all alone,

It summons vicious monsters,
And then they all appear,
And the Beastly Bulb laughs a monstrous laugh,
As it illuminates your fear.


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Let’s Eat Easter Eggs

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Let’s eat Easter Eggs,
All day long,
Let’s eat Easter Eggs,
Until they’re all gone,

Let’s eat Easter Eggs,
More and more and more,
Let’s eat Easter Eggs,
Foil’s covering the floor,

Let’s eat Easter Eggs,
A lot they are worth,
Let’s eat Easter Eggs,
Every one on Earth.

Now there’s no more Easter Eggs,
Not a single one,
I’ve stuffed myself with Easter Eggs,
It was a lot of fun!


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A Million Easter Eggs

I’ve eaten tonnes of Easter Eggs,
Because they were very yummy,
I received a million Easter Eggs,
From the Easter Bunny,

I ate the million Easter Eggs,
Because they were very yummy,
Now my stomach’s multicoloured,
It looks rather funny,

I ate all those Easter Eggs,
Because they were very yummy,
But now a giant chicken,
Has hatched out of my tummy.


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The Three Little Easter Bunnies

The first little bunny,
Built his house out of straw,
The wolf blew it down,
And now it’s no more,

The second little bunny,
Built his house out of wood,
The wolf blew it down,
Because it was no good,

The third little bunny,
Built his house out of chocs,
Chocolate doors and windows,
Roofs and locks,

The wolf saw this,
And thought it was funny,
When the house melted,
Leaving a chocolate-coated bunny.


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