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Keeper of the London Zoo My father was the keeper of the London Zoo And he slept one night with a kangaroo From this union there came three A wallaby and a wombat and the other was me cho: The monkeys chatter the whole night through Oh, for the life in the London Zoo I went to a carnival one fine night Went into a tent to see a fight And as the bell went ting a ling I saw my mother standing in the ring "What has become of my children three?" My mother then she asked of me "One was employed as a pogo stick And the other was given a bishopric." Her chin connected with a flashing right When I looked again she was out like a light I heard her mutter as she came to "To hell with the keeper of the London Zoo." Yet another Eddystone Light parody see also Eddystone Light, The Man at the Nore, ASTERLIT SOF
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