aye aye aye Ten for all ODCEO
I like the beginning of the other one better but this still plain rocked!!
One by one the spritely little rabbits emerged from their holes, put on their summer hats, had a cup of tea, and danced because it was spring and they were allowed, at last, to mate.
And how wonderful that mating was, in the farmer's meadow by the lake and the butterfly nest. They were bonking until the cows came how, and then when the cows came home they bonked on top of the cows. The cows found this rather ticklish, and so to shake off the horny rabbits they did a jig themselves on the floor of their barn.
The rabbits bonked until morning when the graceful song of the thrushes and various other birds told them it was time to take a siesta, for this year was to be a long spring, and there was much multiplying to do. So happily they skipped back off to their holes, eyeing each other up and planning who they would have the next day.
That is what your song made me think of. Make what you will of it.
Wow, that's... interesting. I must say, I've never quite seen a review like that before. Well, thanks for giving it a listen!