Daddy and the Bear

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Daddy’s gone, andthere’s a bear instead
A great, big, angry, grizzlybear!
Where did he comefrom?
How did he get there?
Under the covers hegrizzles and growls 
If you make a noisethen that grizzly bear howls
And if you get tooclose he’ll pounce out of the bed
If you’re not careful,he’ll bite off your head!
 
Then Mummy makescoffee all steaming and hot
And leaves it by thebed in a big coffee pot 
Sooner or later Daddycomes down the stairs
With a big happy smileand a cheery air
I went up and checkedand the bear’s disappeared
Where does he go towhen my Daddy is here? 
I poked him thismorning, so I know he’s not dead
Maybe he’s hidingunder the bed?
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