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Going to the Game Farm

Words and Music By: Norman Cazden
Adapted By: Terry Kluytmans
Copyright © 1998 KIDiddles.com

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We're going to the game farm,
It looks just like a zoo;
Where the animiles
Are dressed in smiles
That are not meant for you.

So pay your dollar fifty
When the billboards look so nifty;
You will learn so much
About so much stuff
At the game farm down the road.

The whale is made of stuffing,
As yummy as you wish,
Filled with pickled bats
And alley cats,
And other kinds of fish.

So pay your dollar fifty
When the billboards look so nifty;
You will learn so much
About so much stuff
At the game farm down the road.

That bird's an alligrator,
She's just about to crow,
While a dozen sphinx
And furry minx
Are standing in a row.

So pay your dollar fifty
When the billboards look so nifty;
You will learn so much
About so much stuff
At the game farm down the road.

The kangaroo is diving,
You can tell him by his hump,
Yonder hippopot
Would rather not,
But you ought to see him jump!

So pay your dollar fifty
When the billboards look so nifty;
You will learn so much
About so much stuff
At the game farm down the road.

The lion calf is purring
At the billy goat wrapped in pink,
While the calomimes
And crocodimes
Are sharing a bottle of ink.

So pay your dollar fifty
When the billboards look so nifty;
You will learn so much
About so much stuff
At the game farm down the road.

That furry clam is an oozley,
Behind him sits his aunt,
And the bird with the fan
Is a pelican,
Across from the pelican't.

So pay your dollar fifty
When the billboards look so nifty;
You will learn so much
About so much stuff
At the game farm down the road.

The donkey in the corner
With the tiger stripe on his arm
Comes all the way
From Assyriay
Where his father owns a farm.

So pay your dollar fifty
When the billboards look so nifty;
You will learn so much
About so much stuff
At the game farm down the road.

That turtle races quickly,
He always beats the horse,
And the parrots all
Can talk in pol-
Ly-syllables, of course!

So pay your dollar fifty
When the billboards look so nifty;
You will learn so much
About so much stuff
At the game farm down the road.