Soupy Pettry


Candy-Wrap


Well I like ice cream and candy bar
Like Ben and Jerry's, Hersey's and Mars
Pop rocks, pop-tarts, and pop-cycles too
Marshmallow cereal how about you
I'm gonna eat this candy till I get sick
I'm gonna give this lollipop another lick
A lot of people always tend to give up
But I say you ain't through until you throw-up
But if you're not careful you'll get cavities
But all you got to do if brush dem teefethies
I can't help I have a really bad sweet-tooth
But I really love candy and that's the sweet-truth
As long as I'm eating lots of candy
I'll be one very happy fatty.

Submitted: Monday, March 24, 2008

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