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1.There was an Old Man of the sea,
Who lived upon bread, jam, and tea;
When that did not quench,
He took his mate's wench,
That nasty Old Man of the sea.
2. There was a Young Lady whose eyes,
Were unique as to color and size;
When she opened them wide,
People all turned to hide,
And started away in surprise.
3. There was a Young Lady of Moore,
Who casually sat on a door;
When the door squeezed her tit,
She exclaimed, 'Holy shit!'
This courageous Young Lady of Moore.
4.There was an Old Man with a cane,
Who bumped at it each walking lane;
But they called out, 'Don't pass!
You're a horrid old ass!'
So they smashed that Old Man with a crane.
5. There was a Young Lady whose laces,
Came untied when the birds sate on faces;
But she said: 'I don't care!
All the birds in the lair
Are welcome to sit on my graces!'
6. There was an Old Man of Westfair,
Who never knew what he should wear;
So he tore off his shirt,
And behaved like a flirt,
That intrinsic Old Man of Westfair.
7. There was an Old Man of Mirth,
Who had the most curious girth;
For while he was fat,
He slept on a cat.
That funny Old Man of Mirth.