Song for Adele




Dear Mrs Adele,  

We really like you, we really like you. Yes we do.
Dear Mrs Adele, you are friendly, soft and round,
Not horrible and hard and spiky like a cactus.
We think that you could sing quite well, if you really practice.

We wrote a cheep-cheep song for you, it’s true, we wrote it for you!
Because we like you a lot.
And chicks are good at writing songs, and you are not.

Cheep, cheep, cheep.

When you have practised for weeks and weeks
And you are good at singing cheeps,
Jump on a bus and come and sing the cheep-cheep song with us.
We want you to. Yes we do!

You can’t be too poor and you can’t be too rich,
To sing with chicks.

When you have practised lots and lots,
Dear Mrs Adele, please bring Professor Brian Cox as well.
We really like him, we really like him. Yes we do.
He can sing the cheep-cheep song with you,
And he can analyse it too.

Cheep cheep cheep.
You can’t be too clever and never too thick
To sing with a chick.
You can’t be too poor and you can’t be too rich,
To sing with chicks.

Cheep, cheep, cheep.

Professor Cox can keep the beat, because he is clever,
We will chirrup, chirp and cheep, all of us together.

You can’t be too clever and never too thick
To sing with a chick.
You can’t be too poor and you can’t be too rich,
To sing with chicks.
Dear Mrs Adele
We really like you, we really like you. Yes we do.

We wrote the cheep-cheep song for you!




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