EDDIE LOAN

EDDIE AND THE LOAN

Ah, So, said the monkey, as he scurried up the tree.
You’ll give me two, If I return you three?
Yes said the snake, as he slithered right beside.
I promise, and swear: By the legs that I hide.
The monkey was shrewd; he really thought he knew!
A snake has no legs, I’ll take him for a few.
So he scooped up the bucks, and went upon his way.
Laughing, and joking, As he spent and spent all day.

Up popped the snake, a smirk upon his face.
Its time to repay, I’ll have a little taste,
I’ll bake you and stew you, I like my monkey pie
So give me my money for I never, never lie!

The monkey just chuckled, swinging way up high.
Laughing, and heckling; You never tell no lies?
Where are those legs, the ones you say you hide?
I’ll not repay you, I took you for a ride!
Not a cent will you get, this I guarantee,
Said the monkey to the snake, as he swung from tree to tree.

The snake waited patiently, curled upon the ground.
As the gleeful monkey, jumped and flew around.
Then the cagey monkey, in his jesting haste,
grabbed a broken branch, and, to the ground he raced…

Ah, so! said the rabbit, as he hopped a round the tree,
You’ll give me two, if I return you three?
Yes said the snake, as he picked his gleaming teeth,
I promise and swear by my little, hidden feet!
The rabbit was shrewd, he thought he really knew.
A snake has no feet, I’ll take him for a few…

EDDIE LOAN

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