Lyrics composed by
John Henderson on the 27th of March, 2012,
to Derek Hamilton's Scottish Waltz called, 'Jenny'.
"You non-flying bird, cawed Chris Crow to Ducky Black,
You'll ne'er be what's known as a singer with such a quack."
"Och Chris your 'caw-caw', Ducky quacked back, it'd be sublime,
If you became rear-end of a horsey in a kid's pantomime!"
"That's not very nice, cawed-cawed Chris Crow quite angrily;
But let's be friends who caw-quack-caw-quack harmoniously?"
"Oh Gosh Chris, well met, Ducky quacked, we'll have Caw and
Then we could entice more and more birds and soon have massed
So off Chris Crow flew, to caw-in all crows he knew,
While down by Ducky's pond, swans, geese and ducks around him
Then, very early next morn, Ducky conducted their first song,
And it became a Number One Hit, called, 'Fly Long, Waddle On'!
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