The Wheels On The Bus

You've got to have that song going in your head to really appreciate this next part. Go ahead, hum and head-bob along with it for a minute. "The wheels on the bus go round and round, round and round, round and round The wheels on the bus go round and round, all through the town"

Now. You're ready to experience what I did the other morning. I woke up to hear Lee (my 7 year old) singing and dancing with gusto to Katherine (the 12 month old baby) in her crib, "Oh, iffff I were ... Fat and Fluffy, fat and fluffy, Fat and Fluffy, if I were fat and fluffy ..."

Yes, he's made up a whole song called Fat-and-Fluffy sung to the tune of Wheels-on-the-Bus. Its a little unsettleing first thing in the morning. But, I suspect I'll be hearing it alot. Katherine absolutely LOVES it!

Waves

That is so sweet, but I was singing it (in my head) to the tune of the Oscar Mayer jingle...and If I were an Oscar Mayer weiner...

Earth Girl | 11/02/2006 - 12:35 PM

Which reminds me of a variation on the Oscar Mayer wiener song from back when I was a kid:

Oh, I'm glad I'm not an Oscar Mayer wiener
That's one thing I'd never want to be
For if I were an Oscar Mayer wiener
There would soon be nothing left of me

Or then there was the variation I concocted when I was taking algebra in high school, lo, back in the days when Nixon was in the White House:

Oh, be glad that you don't divide by zero
That's one thing you never do in alge-breee
For if you were to divide by zero
You'd be sent into infinity

Paul Burgess | 11/02/2006 - 02:07 PM

Okay Lucy I left the link to that weblog that is tearing other bloggers apart, I left it in my comments under your comment. You can go take a look but dont say I havent warned you!

mrs darling | 11/02/2006 - 10:46 PM
 
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