Children's Song Lyrics and Sound Clip
She had a funny name,
but she wasn't much to blame;
Her mother gave it to her just the same, same, same.
Catalina Magdalena Hoopensteiner Wallendiner
Hogan Logan Bogan was her name.
Well, she had two peculiar hairs on her head;
One was black and one was red.
She had two eyes that were quite a sight;
One looked left and the other looked right.
She had two arms that flopped all around;
When she walked, they would drag on the ground.
She had two feet that were wide and flat -
Each one bigger than a bathroom mat.
She had two holes in the bottom of her nose -
One for her fingers ....and one for her toes.
She had two teeth inside her mouth;
One went north and the other south.
Some folks say her breath smells sweet;
But me, I'd rather smell her feet.
If rain makes flowers sweet and clean,
There oughta be a downpour on Magdaleen!
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