TITLE: Ten Little Monkeys - Revised
By Gina Martin
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Ten Little Monkeys
By Gina Martin2004
One little monkey trying to tie his shoe,
Asked a friend to help…
Then there were two.
Two little monkeys climbing up a tree,
Joined their tails together…
Then there were three.
Three little monkeys hiding behind a door,
Found another monkey…
Then there were four.
Four little monkeys learning to swim and dive,
Jumped into a pond…
Then there were five.
Five little monkeys throwing karate kicks,
Bowed to their partner…
Then there were six.
Six little monkeys dreaming of heaven,
Found another angel…
Then there were seven.
Seven little monkeys playing Patty Cake,
Needed another partner…
Then there were eight.
Eight little monkeys swinging on a vine,
Made a monkey ladder…
Then there were nine.
Nine little monkeys march like army men,
Formed two straight lines…
Then there were ten.
Ten little monkeys playing pretend,
Everyone a friend.
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