There’s a monster in my school bag.
And he likes to eat my homework.
When I slide my books into my bag
They are all smooth and clean,
But when I take them out again
They’re chewed right out of shape.
Nobody believes me when I say:
A is for angry antelopes arguing,
B is for brazed buffaloes barbecuing,
C is for cardboard caterpillars crying,
D is for dozens of drowning doughnuts,
E is for everybody else,
F is for fine, frowning fellows,
G is for golden goats golfing,
H is for hairy halibut […]
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