I'm a pig, I'm a pig,
and I'm happy as a clam
that I'm not an armadillo
or a lion
or a lamb.
Happy Pig proclaims the joys of life in this ode to piggies everywhere. Whether she is oinking at the moon or wallowing in the mud, it's easy to see why a pig is the absolutely perfect thing to be!
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The joys of porcine life are professed in rhyme as Pig acts out each attribute: “I’m a pig, I’m a pig / and I don’t give a fig / if you call me a pig, / ’cause that’s what I am.” He’s not a clam, armadillo, lion, lamb, goose or moose, because acting like a pig is what it’s all about: oinking at t...| Read Full Review of I'm a Pig
I'm a pig, I'm a pig,/ and I don't give a fig/ if you call me a pig,/ .../ and I'm happy as a clam/ that I'm not an armadillo,/ or a lion/ or lamb."" So go some of the opening lines of Week's (Follow the Moon ) swine song--an exuberant, insouciant and sublimely silly paean that brings to mind Mon...| Read Full Review of I'm a Pig