Wednesday, July 11, 2007

My least-Favorite Things Lyrics

Ever just had one of those days....

Sung to the tune of My Favorite Things

Lyrics: Judy, ME
Song: My least-Favorite Things Lyrics

Peanut butter on couches and jelly on walls
mildewed sipper cups and warm dirty diapers
Brown unknown markings on the bathroom walls
These are a few of my least-favorite things

Drawn colored walls and sassy teen mouths
unsolicited phone calls and large cell phone bills
Wild messy bedrooms with clothes strung all about
These are a few of my least-favorite things

Girls in short dresses with dark black eyelashes
Drippings that stay on little noses all icky
Silver white hair that won't take to color
These are a few of my least-favorite things

When the kids yell
When the phone rings
When I'm paying bills
I simply remember my least-favorite things

And then I don't feel so bad

[Repeat all verses]

BTW, if you actually want to sing along, as I did, here's a midi to play on your computer, just scroll down to "My Favorite things": http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Meadows/9298/index2a.html

4 comments:

Angie said...

Very cute song. I take it that you've had a rough couple of days with the kids? lol Billy is the one in our house who likes to write on the walls and paint with his food . . . I can't wait until my sister gets to eat next to him. She's a total germaphode - OCD, type of person. She will have a melt down if she sits near him at the dinner table! LOL

Oh, and the one thing that works wonders on our walls when Billy attacks, is Mr. Clean's Magic Eraser. I never have had to worry about any marks on my walls because of it. :)

Saint Maker said...

haha... no room for being OCD with those little snotty nosed kiddies. LOL

shiela said...

Love Mr. clean magic eraser. It has spared the lives of my children on one or two occasions. I have had those same lyrics in my head, LOL. When I have one of those days I start belting out "These little town blues...I'm leaving today...I'm gonna make a start of it, New York, New York! I want to wake up in a city that doesn't sleep..." The kids run away thinking I have lost my mind, and they stop their "mommy can I" chant.

Clarissa said...

Well said.