FELIX DENNIS

Felix Dennis

Felix Dennis, Poet, Publisher and Tree Planter

The Grand Old Dub’ya Bush

[To the tune of ‘The Grand Old Duke of York’]
Oh! The Grand Old Dub’ya Bush,
He had ten thousand men;
He marched them up to the top of Iraq
And he marched them down again.

And when there were six there were six,
And when there were four they were four,
And when there were no men left to march
He sent ten thousand more.

Oh! The Grand Old Dub’ya Bush,
He sat in a house on a hill;
He marched his men to the top of Iraq
And he has them marching still.

And when there were three there were three,
And when there was one there was one,
And when there were no men left to wack
Old Dub’ya cried; “We’ve won!”
Poem Published in the following books: Nursery Rhymes For Modern Times  

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