Little Man (or why this isn’t the best name to call your baby)

Lady Grady had a baby,

Soft and plump and pinky sweet,

And we might have loved him, maybe,

Had he not had stinky feet.

 

Lady Grady had a baby,

Full of charm, undoubted airs,

And we might have loved him, maybe,

Had his nose not sprouted hairs.

 

Lady Grady had a baby,

Only one, her longed for dear.

And we might have loved him, maybe,

Had his breath not ponged of beer.

 

Lady Grady had a baby,

What a darling clever man!

Do you think we’ll love him, maybe?

Do you think we ever can?

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