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Im Called Little Caroline

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I'm Called Little Caroline

I'm Called Little Caroline
(Milton Schwartz)

I'm called little Caroline, dear little Caroline,
Pampered from morning to dusk,
By Sorenson, Salinger, Stevenson, Schlesinger,
Bundy and Dillon and Rusk./

Some others I've slighted but those I've recited,
Stand out like an elephant's tusk,
That's Sorenson, Salinger, Stevenson, Schlesinger,
Bundy and Dillon and Rusk.

The names are so varied both maiden and married,
And weekly there's somebody new,
So when I can't keep up I quietly creep up,
And look in the Harvard, "Who's Who."

They say daddy's power just blooms like a flower,
But, still, when you strip off the husk,
There's Sorenson, Salinger, Stevenson, Schlesinger,
Bundy and Dillon and Rusk.

So when they are handy I beg them for candy,
And find that they never are brusque,
Not Sorenson, Salinger, Stevenson, Schlesinger,
Bundy and Dillon and Rusk!

(to the tune of "I'm Called Little Buttercup")

Filename[ JFK10
AT
Apr98
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