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Catalina Madalina

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Catalina Madalina


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There was a funny girl, she had a funny name She got it from her pappy just the same, same, same. Catalina Madalina, Hoopin Stina, Walla dina [or Ooka Sonna Donna Wanna] Oaka, Poka, Loka was her name. She had two hairs on the top of her head One was alive and the other was dead. Catalina Madalina, Hoopin Stina, Walla dina Oaka, Poka, Loka was her name. She had twoeyes in the front of her head One was green and the other was red. Catalina Madalina, Hoopin Stina, Walla dina Oaka, Poka, Loka was her name. She had twoteeth in the front of her mouth One pointed north and the other pointed south. Catalina Madalina, Hoopin Stina, Walla dina Oaka, Poka, Loka was her name. She had two lips, two beautiful lips, Shaped just like two battleships. Catalina Madalina, Hoopin Stina, Walla dina Oaka, Poka, Loka was her name. Her nose was so long that when she sneezed It got caught in between her knees. Catalina Madalina, Hoopin Stina, Walla dina Oaka, Poka, Loka was her name. Her ears stuck out like the sails of a boat Her Adam’s apple wandered up and down her throat. Catalina Madalina, Hoopin Stina, Walla dina Oaka, Poka, Loka was her name. She loved to polish her fingernails She bought her polish in ten gallon pails. Catalina Madalina, Hoopin Stina, Walla dina Oaka, Poka, Loka was her name. The language that she spoke was an awful joke Her head was made out of solid oak Catalina Madalina, Hoopin Stina, Walla dina Oaka, Poka, Loka was her name. Her feet were flat as bathroom mats I forgot to ask how they got like that. Catalina Madalina, Hoopin Stina, Walla dina Oaka, Poka, Loka was her name. A ten ton truck hit our Madaline That was the end of that machine. Catalina Madalina, Hoopin Stina, Walla dina Oaka, Poka, Loka was her name.<






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