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Down by the Bay


Down by the bay, where the watermelons
Grow, back to my home, I dare not go,
For if I do, my mother will say.
Did you ever see a goose, Kissing a moose,
Down by the Bay?

Down by the bay, where the watermelons grow,
Back to my home, I dare not go,
For if I do, my mother will say.
Did you ever see a whale, with a polka dot tail,
Down by the bay?

Down by the bay, where the watermelons grow,
Back to my home, I dare not go,
For if I do, my mother will say.
Did you ever see a fly, wearing a tie,
Down by the bay?

Down by the bay, where the watermelons grow,
Back to my home, I dare not go,
For if I do, my mother will say.
Did you ever see a bear, combing his hair,
Down by the bay?

Down by the bay, where the watermelons grow,
Back to my home, I dare not go,
For if I do, my mother will say.
Did you ever see llamas, eating their pajamas,
Down by the bay?

Down by the bay, where the watermelons grow,
Back to my home, I dare not go,
For if I do, my mother will say.
Did you ever see an octopus, dancing with a platypus,
Down by the bay?

Down by the bay, where the watermelons grow,
Back to my home, I dare not go,
For if I do, my mother will say.
Did you ever have time, when you couldn't make a rhyme,
Down by the bay?

Cassidy, Nancy. Campfire Songs
 

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