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Aunt Eek

Aunt Eek is a bit of a relic

She's 105 years old

She comes from an age

Where the people were sage

And the women did as men told


Her memories may be as priceless

As the contents of the Queen's cellar

But this didn't mean a lot to people

When we tried to sell her


We love our aunt

We truly do

But she's so old

She barely moves


Just sitting there

In her old chair

Collecting dust

In her grey hair


But we'll keep polishing her

And dusting her

And make her so clean

That she'll be the finest Aunt Eek

Anyone's ever seen.


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