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Sailing down the large beautiful river
Happy at the start just my baby and me
Soon sailing down the fast flowing river
Coming from the banks whatever did we see

Alligator's sharp teeth as large as can be
Wanting a biting taste of my baby and me
He promised a safe trip full of fun and glee
But total disaster was everywhere I could see

Rapids ahead threatened our sailing fun
Rain clouds covered the beautiful sun
We were forced to be really on a fast run
For he had forgotten to pack up his gun

He tried every way to show his very best
As it turned out he showed to be a pest
No more will I take him up on his quest
For there is no manly hair upon his chest

No more sailing down the river with he
Of him I have to set my sights totally free
Should not have accepted his dire plea
When he said the river was safer than the sea.

A holiday vacation I'll not soon forget.


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