Cheese Song

  • Artist: Mr. Beany’s Bitty Band
  • Album: Christmas 2016
  • Track: 14
  • Year: 2016
  • Title: Cheese Song
  • Album Artist: Mr. Beany’s Bitty Band
  • Composer: Anonymous, 19th Century
  • Poet: S.W. Black

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I would like to sing a song perhaps about cheese.
Have you ever considered something blue or green?
I really like to eat cheese all the live long day.
I really thought you might like to eat cheese that way.

Have you ever considered eating some more cheese?
Lovely little cheesy bits, cheese down to my knees.
Have you ever considered
cheese on cheese on crackers?
Cheese stacked up on cheese again.
It’s not that quackers.

I thought you might like to eat a bit of my cheese.
And by just a little bit, I meant pounds of cheese.
I thought you would like to eat pounds and pounds of cheese.
Or perhaps this really is just silly old me.

I quite thought you might like to eat some more block cheese.
Sliced cheese and shredded cheese and lovely stringy cheese.
Have you ever considered lots of lovely cheese?
I really like cream cheese to cheese upon my cheese.

I have heard that they put cheese in coffee quite fair.
I have heard that they might put cheese upon my hair.
Cheese might help my hair, it grow. Grow and bring delight.
Lovely and soft like soft cheese it would be quite nice.

Cheese and cheese and lovely cheese. Please bring me more cheese.
Don’t mind if I never poop it’s only ‘cause cheese.
I’m going to take more pictures, please could you just cheese?
Cheese and lovely cheese again. More of this good cheese.

Please would you shred some more cheese? Cheese, just please for me.
I would like some lovely cheese. Cheese upon my cheese.
Cheese would you smile a bit more. Cheese, would you please cheese?
Cheese, you’re such a cheesy chap. Cheesey down to knees.

I thought you might like this good cheese song, if you please.
I thought you were a cheesy, cheesy breezy breeze.
I thought you could use some more little slicey cheese.
Perhaps upon your crackers or left in your cheeks.

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