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Children – Princess Pat lyrics

The Princess Pat
(The Princess Pat)
Lived in a tree
(Lived in a tree)
She sailed across
(She sailed across)
The seven seas
(The seven seas)
She sailed across
(She sailed across)
The channel two
(The channel two)
And she took with her
(And she took with her)
A rickabamboo
(A rickabamboo)

A rickabamboo
(A rickabamboo)
Now what is that
(Now what is that)
It's somethin' made
(It's somethin' made)
For the Princess Pat
(For the Princess Pat)
It's red and gold
(It's red and gold)
And poiple too
(And poiple too)
That's why it's called
(That's why it's called)
A rickabamboo.
(A rickabamboo)

Now Captain Jack
(Now captain Jack)
And his loyal crew
(And his loyal crew)
They sailed across
(They sailed across)
The channel two
(The channel two)
But their ship sank
(But their ship sank)
And yours will too
(And yours will too)
Unless you take
(Unless you take)
A rickabamboo
(A rickabamboo)

(Repeat chorus)

Now the Princess Pat
(Now the Princess Pat)
Had a son named Drew
(Had a son named Drew)
He liked to ride
(He liked to ride)
His kangaroo
(His kangaroo)
But he got lost
(But he got lost)
And you will too
(And you will too)
If you don't take
(If you don't take)
A rickabamboo!
(A rickabamboo!)

(Repeat chorus)

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