Tuesday, 6 December 2016

The House That Kurji Built

Songs are influenced by events of the day. Nursery rhymes too, although am not sure what inspired the cow to jump over the moon, probably mad cow disease, but I would have laughed too if I was a dog and saw such fun. 

As I passed jukistopia this morning I overheard children Rhyming away this gem (of theirs) while surprised parents commented "Ngai, haki watoto wa siku hizi!"

This Is The House That Kurji Built.

This is the house that Kurji built

This is the tractor
That demolished the house that Kurji built.

This is the demolisher
That drove the tractor,
That demolished the house that Kurji built.

This is the grabber
That hired the demolisher
That drove the tractor
That demolished the house that Kurji built.

This is the officer
That protected the grabber
That hired the demolisher
That drove the tractor
That demolished the house that Kurji built.

This is the camera
That took a photo of the officer
That protected the grabber
That hired the demolisher
That drove the tractor
That demolished the house that Kurji built.

This is the karao
That grabbed the camera
That took a photo of the officer
That protected the grabber
That hired the demolisher
That drove the tractor
That demolished the house that Kurji built.

This is the cheerer
That cheered the karao
That grabbed the camera
That took a photo of the officer
That protected the grabber
That hired the demolisher
That drove the tractor
That demolished the house that Kurji built.

This is the house
That is built by the cheerer
That cheered the karao
That grabbed the camera
That took a photo of the officer
That protected the grabber
That hired the demolisher
That drove the tractor
That demolished the house that Kurji built.

This is the grabber
That is grabbing the house
That is built by the cheerer
That cheered the karao
That grabbed the camera
That took a photo of the officer
That protected the grabber
That hired the demolisher
That drove the tractor
That demolished the house that Kurji built.


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