Apples

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"What hue shall my apples be?"
Asked the little apple tree.
"That is easy to decide;
Make them green,' the grasses cried.

But the crimson roses said,
"We would rather have them red,"
While the dandelions confessed
Yellow suited them the best.

When the apples all were ripe,
Many wore a yellow stripe.
Some were red and some were green,
Some were somewhere in-between.

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What hue shall my apples be?
Asked the little apple tree
That is easy to decide
Have them green, the grasses cried

But the crimson roses said
We should like to have them red
While the dandelions confessed
Yellow seemed to them the best

What hue shall my apples be?
Asked the little apple tree
That is easy to decide
Have them green, the grasses cried

But the crimson roses said
We should like to have them red
While the dandelions confessed
Yellow seemed to them the best

When the apples all were ripe
Many wore a yellow stripe
Some were red and some were seen
Dressed in coats of softest green

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Jalei, west Virginia

27 September 2015 at 1:53am

Why don't you read it to us

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Bethany, United Kingdom

22 October 2011 at 10:08am

thiis was a realy good song it made me laugh

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Alecia, Canada

13 April 2011 at 1:59am

This is like the best apple song ever.

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