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Le Moo

Le moo, le moo

Is the French cows' phrase

When the French farmer

Puts them out to graze

 

Wee wee, oui oui

The French cows think

When they've had

Too much to drink

 

Merci, Merci

Is the French cows' plea

When the French farmer

Cuts them up for tea

 

And the French farmer says:

 

“Le moo, le moo

Is all you do

I'm going to put you

In a stew

 

But not before I milk you too

And hear you go

For one last time

Le moo, le moo, le moo.”

 



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