Light Limericks for Dark Candies

Gather around, children, it’s music post to-post. If you have Irish friends, bring them along. They would understand. Sing along to the rhythm of the chorus, pay attention to punctuation, and dance… dance in the beauty of the lyrics—limericks.

Chorus: (clap to it if you can)
Da-dum, da-da-dum, da-da-dum.
Da-dum, da-da-dum, da-da-dum.
Da-dum, da-da-dum,
Da-dum, da-da-dum,
Da-dum, da-da-dum, da-da-‘dum!

Time for some music.

There was a young lady whose heels
Stood six inches and had two wheels
“Tick tock”, said her steps,
She seeks to perplex
All men who dare strut past her tree.

She watches the singleton cloud.
And complains to each, “why so proud?”
So far, she is high,
She soars through the sky,
The circuitry finally sloughed.

Chorus!

There was a young man with a plan
To be, his whole life, spick and span.
Regardless of time,
He follows his mind,
To do and become his own man.

She slid the letter through the door-crack.
And told herself to never look back.
“I stalked you everyday.
Would you be my playmate?”
Arise! Oh anxiety attack.

Chorus! Clap-clap!

A dog does roam free in the street.
But its fur is all combed and neat.
Astray as it is,
Attention, it seeks,
Of one, the poor dog with crow feet.

The glass I cracked is still intact.
But the storm’s coming; this is fact.
Remorse, I feel not,
The deed has been done.
Behold shards of rainbows abstract.

Chorus!

The rain water from the jug poured
In through a crack down to Earth’s core.
The life we once knew,
Quaked in and withdrew…
The light has divorced our sun.

Old man plans to climb the tower
To once and for all prove his power
Back cracks, closed up shop
Legs collapsed, would not work
But he will resolve not to cower.

Chorus! Clap-clap!

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