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A peakin through the knot hole
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Dave Smith    Posted 03-11-2004 at 15:33:45       [Reply]  [Send Email]
A peakin through the knot hole in grampa's wooden leg, Wholl wind the clock when IM gone, Go get the ax there's a flea in Susies hair, For a boy's best friend is his mother.

Anybody know the rest of the words to this song?
Dave <*)))><


Devonee Hunter    Posted 03-25-2004 at 19:38:06       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Peepin' through the knot-hole
of grandpa's wooden leg,
Who'll wind the clock when I'm gone?
Go get the ax
There's a flea in Lizzie's ear,
For a boy's best friend is his mother.

Peepin' through the knot-hole
of grandpa's wooden leg,
Why do they build the shore so near the ocean?
Who cut the sleeves
Out of dear old daddy's vest,
And dug up Fido's bones to build the sewer?

A horsey stood around,
With his feet upon the ground,
Oh, who will wind the clock when I'm gone?
Go get the ax,
There's a fly on Lizzie's ear,
But a boy's best friend is his mother.

I fell from a window,
A second-story window,
I caught my eyebrow on the window-sill.
The cellar is behind the door,
Mary's room is behind the ax,
But a boy's best friend is his mother.

Check out this site. Has an MIDI file to listen to.
http://www.contemplator.com/england/gogetax.html


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