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Cindy Grayson: Music

The Fox

(Cindy Grayson)
The fox went out on a chilly night
Prayed for the moon to give him light
For he'd many a mile to go that night
Before he reached the town'o, town'o,town'o

He ran till he came to a great big pen
Where the ducks and the geese were kept therein
He said" A couple of you will grease my chin
Before I leave this town'o, town'o, town'o"

He grabbed the gray goose by the neck
Throwed a duck across his back
He didn't mind the quack,quack, quack
And the legs all dangleing down'o. down'o, down'o

Old mother Flipperflopper jumped out of bed
Out of the window she cocked her head
Cryin " John, john, the gray goose is gone
And the fox is on the town'o,town'o,town'o

John, he rode to the top of the hill
Blow'd his horn both loud and shrill
The fox, he said I better flee with my kill
Or they'll soon be on my tail o,tail'o,tail'o

He ran till he came to a great big den
There were the little one's eight, nine, ten
They said Daddy better go back again
Cause it must be a mighty fine town'o,town'o,town'o

Well, the fox and his wife without any strife
Cut up the goose with a fork and knife
They never had such a supper in their lives
And the little one's chewed on the bones'o, the bones'o,the bones'o