Wake up!

Wake up! Wake up! - What time is it?

Wake up! Wake up? - What time is it?

It's time to get up! - What time is it?

It's time to get up! - What time is it?

Come on, get up! - I do not wanna get up!

Come on, get up! - I do not wanna get up!

You have to get up! - I do not wanna get up!

You must get up! - I do not wanna get up!

You've got to get up! - I do not wanna get up!

Come on, get up! - I do not wanna get up!

Get up, get up! You're gonna be late! - Late for what?

Late for work! - Late for work? It's Sunday!

Poems

I LOVE RAIN

(BY ROSEMARY GARLAND)

I love rain,

Yes, wet, wet rain.

I peep outside and shout:

Hip-hip Hurray, another wet day -

It's time that I went out.

All the others stay indoors

Until it stop again.

But ducks and me

We love to be

Paddling in the rain.

THOSE EVENING BELLS

(BY THOMAS MOORE)

Those evening bells, those evening bells!

How many a tale their music tells,

Of love and home and that sweet time

When last I heard their soothing chime.

Those joyous hours are passed away;

And many a heart that then was gay,

Within the tomb now darkly dwells

And hears no more those evening bells.

And so 'twill be when I am gone;

That tuneful peal will still ring on,

While other bards shall walk these dells,

And sing your praise, sweet evening bells!

SHAKE HANDS

(By Alfred Edward Housman)




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