Dunderbeck | SONG | Sonsense Nongs | Kids’ Poems and Stories With Michael Rosen

Once there was a butcher
his name was Dunderbeck He made such tasty sausages
that no one would suspect Whatever chance to pass in reach
of Dunderbecks machine Would flavour the butcher
sausages and nevermore be seen Oh Dunderbeck, Oh Dundebeck
How could you be so mean To ever have invented
The sausage meat machine Now longtail rats and pussycats
scrawny fat and lean They’ll all be ground to sausage meat in
Dundebeck’s machine One sunny day a little boy
Came walking in the store He bought a pound of sausages
And made towards the door Then he began to whistle He whistled up a tune The sausages they jumped they barked
They danced around the room Today the thing got busted
The darned thing wouldn’t go and Dunderbeck he crawled inside
To see what made it so His wife came walking in just in just then
From shopping in the street She brushed against the starting rod
and Dunderbeck was meat Bang

39 thoughts on “Dunderbeck | SONG | Sonsense Nongs | Kids’ Poems and Stories With Michael Rosen

  1. A watermelon singing about an insane butcher making sausages out of vermin who eventually gets ground up by his own machine. Wtf Mike

  2. Since when have there been comments? Hey, Michael Rosen, if you're reading this, I'm a big fan!

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