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Los pollitos dicen pío, pío, pío
cuando tienen hambre,
y cuando tienen frío.

La gallina busca el maíz y el trigo;
Le da su comida,
Y le presta abrigo
Pío, pío, pío

Translation:
The little chicks say peep, peep, peep
when they are hungry
and when they are cold.
The chicken looks for corn and wheat;
she feeds them,
and she keeps them warm.

Dreams

The air isbeautifully tinged
with the colour of dreams,
the sharp eyes sparkle
and marvel at the view.

The silky rose buds bloom,
gardens become fascinating places,
hearts are filled with emotion
and show deep and pure feelings.

Faces reflect true happiness
and smile with pleasure,
a sensation of great warmth
makes people sensitive and loving.

DO YOU CARROT ALL FOR ME?
Do you carrot all for me?My heart beets for you,
With your turnip nose
And your radish face,
You are a peach.
If we cantaloupe,
Lettuce marry;
Weed make a swell pear.

EIGHT BALLOONS
Eight balloons no one was buyin’
All broke loose one afternoon.
Eight balloons with strings a-flyin’,
Free to do what they wanted to.
One flew up to touch the sun – POP!
One thought highways might be fun – POP!
One took a napin a cactus pile – POP!
One stayed to play with a careless child – POP!
One tried to taste some bacon fryin’ – POP!
One fell in love with a porcupine – POP!
One looked close in a crocodile’s mouth – POP!
One sat around ’til his air ran out – WHOOSH!
Eight balloons no one was buyin’ –
They broke loose and away they flew,
Free to float and free to fly
And free to pop where they wanted to.*

OCHO GLOBOS
Ocho globos que nadie compraba
cortaron la cuerda y soltaron amarras.
Ocho globos libres, libres de volar, libres de escapar
donde les petara.
Uno quiso ver cómo era el sol… ¡POP!
Otro hacer carreras entre los camiones… ¡POP!
Otro echó una siesta por entre los cactos… ¡POP!
Otro jugó a fútbol con un descuidado… ¡POP!
Otro fue a probar la tortilla caliente… ¡POP!
Otro aver de cerca un tigre y sus dientes… ¡POP!
Otro se prendó de un erizo malaje… ¡POP!
Otro sentó el culo hasta quedar sin aire… ¡FFFFSHIU!
Ocho globos que nadie compró
soltaron amarras y allá que se fueron,
libres de flotar, libres de volar, libres de estallar
donde les petó.

A, APPLE-PIE
A was an apple-pie;
B bit it,
C cut it,
D dealt it,
E eat it,
F fought for it,
G got it,
H hadit,
I inspected it,
J jumped for it,
K kept it,
L longed for it,
M mourned for it,
N nodded at it,
O opened it,
P peeped in it,
Q quartered it,
R ran for it,
S stole it,
T took it,
U upset it,
V viewed it,
W wanted it,
X, Y, Z, and ampersand (&)
All wished for a piece in the hand.

HARD TO PLEASE

Elaine gives me a pain,
Gill makes me ill,
Winnie’s a ninny,
Orin is borin’,Milly is silly,
Rosy is nosy,
Junie is loony,
Mary is scary,
Tammy is clammy,
Abby is crabby,
Mazie is lazy,
Missy is prissy,
Nicky is picky,
Ricky is tricky,
And almost everyone
Makes me sicky.

CANCIÓN DE LA ELEFANDRA
Érase que se era un elefante
que se quiso poner una escafante…
¡Ay, no! Quiero decir una elefandra
que se quiso poner una escafandra…
(¡Señor! Me da que estoymetiendo
la pata de un modo tremendo.)
El caso es que se le enredó la trompa
al mirar de ajustarse la escafompa;
y por más que tiraba y estiraba,
no lograba soltarse la escafaba…
(…¡Casi mejor que deje esta canción
de la pobre escafanta y su elefón!)
ELETELEPHONY
Once there was an elephant,
Who tried to use the telephant -
No! No! I mean an elephone
Who tried to use the telephone -
(Dearme! I am not certain quite
That even now I’ve got it right.)
Howe’er it was, he got his trunk
Entangled in the telephunk;
The more he tried to get it free,
The louder buzzed the telephee -
(I fear I’d better drop the song
Of elephop and telephong!)

Little Prince Tatters has LOST HIS BALL!

Rolled away down the street!
Somebody'll have to find it, that's all,
Before he...
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