Rhyming againMeet me next spring in the usual place,
give me two hugs 'cause I like your embrace,
one when we meet and one when we part -
you are a friend who is dear to my heart.
No Other Nancy told Tommy the Tree,
"I'll climb for you if you climb for me."
Old man, I've known you forty years,
and you have always hawked your fears,
and they were small and cheap somehow,
although you tried to make them dear.
I never bought, I will not now.
Porcupine Patty and Sugar Bear Sid
never told anyone all that they did.
Question the changes and the leader will say,
"Play yours tomorrow, play mine today."
Ridiculous Ralph had the world on a string,
but there was a problem, my dears.
The string was too long and the world went so far
that Ralph hasn't seen it in years.
So many people have walked in your shoes -
the soles have grown thin but they haven't worn through.
Troubles coming at me from the east and from the west,
my legendary kindness is put to the test.
Up to your old tricks again, I see.
Well, go ahead