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Once I'm in My Bubble Bath

Music: Betty MacNeill.
By Turlough O'Carolan. Found at
Ancient Music of Ireland.

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Once I'm in my bubble bath
I like to stir up more.
Half the suds go in my eyes
And half go on the floor.

The fun is in the bubbles 'cause
They giggle on my skin,
And when I stick them on my face
They dangle from my chin.

And when I splash them hard enough
They pop and disappear,
And then my bath time's over 'cause
I've made the water clear.

Copyright by Nicholas Gordon



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