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The Naughty Little Flea lyrics

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Miriam Makeba – The Naughty Little Flea lyrics

Where did the naughty little flea go
Nobody know, nobody know
Where did the naughty little flea go
Nobody know, nobody know

A naughty flea he came to town
Started searching up and down
Looking for a place to nest
Where he can get some food and rest

He saw a lady round and fat
He smiled a smile and tipped his hat
He said oh yes I'm goin' have a ball
Man look at all that cholesterol

The naughty flea went to the beach
He saw such tasties in his reach
He said hurrah and thank you Lord
That's what I call a small guest bug

The naughty flea went to the zoo
Saw a skunk and bit him too
He bit him in the usual place
And said Holy Macro what a taste

Sum up friends well can you see
The big advantage of being a flea
Just remember what ever you do
That what you bite is what you chew



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