Annie Lines and Rhymes

This section is dedicated to silly rhymes or “reimagined” speeches inspired by my Annie dog

Thanks for visiting this part of my blog! I hope reading the posts here can help you relax and maybe even laugh.

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Welcome to a new section of The Annie Dog Blog!

Every once in a while, I’ll be posting silly poems (either original or based on common poems) and maybe making posts with Annie “inserted” into famous speeches.

It’s to add a little fun into everyone’s day.

Without further ado, here is the first one.

(To the tune “I’m a Little Teapot”)

I’m a Little Annie Dog

I’m a little Annie dog

short and stout.

Here is my tail.

Here is my snout.

When I get all worked up,

hear me shout

a bark, a howl that

everyone will hear, no doubt.

“O, Annie Dog”

(To the tune “O, Christmas Tree”)

O, Annie dog,

O, Annie dog,

How lovely are thy ears!

O, Annie dog,

O, Annie dog,

How lovely are thy ears!

You trot so freely in summertime

But struggle in snowy wintertime!

O, li’l beagle, O Annie dog,

How lovely are thy ears!

Your ears make flapping noises when you shake.

You’re at people’s knees when food’s at stake.

O, Annie dog,

O, Annie dog,

You really are a dear!

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