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Flying Lemming

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Christmas in the key of turk


Turkey curry, turkey roast, turkey casserole
Turkey sandwiches, turkey stew filling my bowl
Turkey in batter followed by turkey kebabs on a skewer
Turkey quiche and turkey cakes, now my taste buds are fewer
Turkey crumble and turkey meat shoved into a pie
Turkey gravy poured on turkey slices piled high
And when you think its over turkey ice-cream will appear
I think that I’ll have beef for Christmas next year

Submitted: Thursday, December 17, 2009

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