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|If Kantie can tie a tie and
untie a tie,
why can't I tie a tie and untie a tie like Kantie can.
|Busy buzzing bumble bees.
|A lump of red leather, a red
|Nat the bat swat at Matt the
|I shot the city sheriff.
I shot the city sheriff.
I shot the city sheriff.
|A lady sees a pot-mender at
work at his barrow in the street.
""Are you copper-bottoming them, my man?""
""No, I'm aluminiuming 'em, Mum""
|Sally is a sheet slitter,
she slits sheets.
|Suzie, Suzie, working in a
All day long she sits and shines,
all day long she shines and sits,
and sits and shines, and shines and sits,
and sits and shines, and shines and sits.
Suzie, Suzie, working in a shoeshine shop. Tommy, Tommy,
toiling in a tailor's shop.
All day long he fits and tucks,
all day long he tucks and fits,
and fits and tucks, and tucks and fits,
and fits and tucks, and tucks and fits.
Tommy, Tommy, toiling in a tailor's shop.
|Preshrunk silk shirts.
|Craig Quinn's quick trip to
|Six shining cities, six
shining cities, six shining cities.
|While we were walking, we
were watching window washers wash Washington's windows
with warm washing water.
|A big black bear sat on a
big black bug.
|A bloke's bike back brake
|Sweet sagacious Sally
Sanders said she sure saw seven segregated seaplanes
sailing swiftly southward Saturday.
|Betty Botter bought some
butter but she said the butter's bitter. If I put it in
my batter it will make my batter bitter. So, she bought
some better butter, better than the bitter butter and
she put it in her batter and her batter was not bitter.
So 'twas good that Betty Botter bought some better
|How much oil boil can a gum
boil boil if a gum boil can boil oil?
|Good blood, bad blood, good
blood, bad blood, good blood, bad blood.
|No nose knows like a gnome's
|Freshly fried fresh flesh
|There are two minutes
difference from four to two to two to two, from two to
two to two, too.
|There once was a man who had
a sister, his name was Mr. Fister. Mr. Fister's sister
sold sea shells by the sea shore. Mr. Fister didn't sell
sea shells, he sold silk sheets. Mr. Fister told his
sister that he sold six silk sheets to six shieks. The
sister of Mr. Fister said I sold six shells to six
|Sally sells sea shells by
the sea shore. But if Sally sells sea shells by the sea
shore then where are the sea shells Sally sells?
|She stood by Burgess's fish
sauce shop welcoming him in.
|Swan swam over the sea.
Swim, swan, swim!
Swan swam back again.
Well swum swan!