Knuckledy Crunch And Slippledee-Slee Song

Written by: 
J. Martyn
1 Dec 1968

Lived on a houseboat when I was young,
Very young, oh so young.
Every Tuesday, I would feed all the swans
In the sun, oh such fun.
Then one day a man was seen,
Chugging along on his river machine;
It was a boat...

Ah ha, hee, hee, hee,
Knuckledy crunch and slippledee-slee.
All I like is to cart along
And to pick a match, and to sing my song.

Drank up my milk and gobbled the roll
And a bun, current bun.
Counted all the kittens that lived down the hall,
Every one, didn't miss one.
Jumped up on the deck, looked over the side,
Nearly fell in because my eyes
Were so wide, so wide...

Ah ha, hee, hee, hee,
Knuckledy crunch and slippledee-slee.
All I like is to cart along
And to pick a match and to sing my song.

Looks like uncle Harold comes to visit me,
Visit me, visit me.
Wish me a happy birthday, because tomorrow I'm three,
I'll be three, look at me!
Goes into his pocket that looks so big;
Pulls out a puppet with the big blonde wig,
Big Wig!

Ah ha, hee, hee, hee,
Knuckledy crunch and slippledee-slee.
All I like is to cart along,
And to pick a match and to sing my song.

Ah ha, hee, hee, hee,
Knuckledy crunch and slippledee-slee.
All I like is to cart along,
And to pick a match and to sing my song.

Is it folk??

sitenote: Doubts about the chorus. Anyone with a better idea?

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