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SUPER BABY

Long before there were cartoons
And pogo sticks, well maybe,
There was a splendid little chap,
They called him Superbaby.
He had a bib that spun around
And changed into a cape,
And on his diaper in the rear
An "S" was stuck with tape.

Faster than a speeding snail,
More powerful than mice,
The Superbaby leaped tall marbles
Never thinking twice.
And when there was a cry for help
He'd crawled there in a snap,
Except the times while on his way
He stopped to take a nap.

--William Shakespeery

 

 

 

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