This might be before the time of some of us (it was long before my time), but my dad taught me this funny song! Have you heard it before?Lulu had a steamerThe steamer had a bellLulu went to heaven, the steamer went to Hello, Operator, give me number nineIf the line is busy, please return my dimeTwo men were digging in a dirty ditchOne called the other, you dirty son of aBeachnut Spearmint Gum, five cents a packIf you don't like it, shove it up yourAsk me no more questions, tell me no more liesThat's what little Lulu saidBefore she closed her eyes.What do you think?If you sing it to yourself, you will notice hidden words!
Song I Learned
Isn't that from "The Simpsons"? My friends from 7th grade used to sing it continuously.
We do what we do in life because the world tells us it's right. But what's there to tell the world whether or not what -it's- doing is right?
Originally Posted By: nesh2007This might be before the time of some of us (it was long before my time)Not really.That was a popular song we sang in my elementary school while we played clapping games. Where it originated, I have no idea.
No matter how gifted, you alone can not chang...
There have been a number of these rhymes. For a few more versions of this one, see this wikipedia article. (Note especially Wendy Testaberger's version.)