By Jessie - 18th October 2020 6:07am
The House on the Hill
There was a young lassie named Jill
Who was wed to a chap called Bill,
She would cook and she'd sew
While various veg he would grow
And they lived in the house on the hill
They lived a long and happy life
Tiny troubles but no strife
Jill loved Bill like crazy
When he called her his Daisy,
She was his ever lovin' wife
With three children, two cats and a mouse
They lived life to the full in their house!
The whole place rang with laughter
Living happily ever after,
The family, sweet Jill and her spouse.
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