Thursday, December 4, 2014

Herpy Holidays:Carol of the Shells

*sings It's The Most Wonderful Time of the Year* Hello, Alli's Snakes readers! Anyway, you're probably ready for the holidays. Now, in the winter, reptiles and amphibians aren't out much, but you still want to incorporate reptiles and amphibians into the festivities. Put your pet snake in a tree? Already did that. Put your python or lizard in a Santa hat? Already did that too. And suppose you wanted to do some caroling. Well, how could one do that involving reptiles and amphibians? Luckily, here is my solution. Reptile-themed parodies of Christmas carols. Without further ado, behold Carol of the Shells, as in turtle shells, to the tune of Carol of the Bells.

Carol of the Shells

Hark! How the shells
Sweet turtle shells
All seem to say,
"Please go away.
Leave us alone,
this is our home.
Go somewhere else,
don't touch the shells."

Do not touch us
That's what they say
seeming to scream
All protesting
Get out of there
'Cause they are scared
From everywhere
They cannot bear

They all will say,
"You cannot stay."
One good affair
Get out of there
Flee from their lair
Don't even stare
You are aware
They're very scared
Get out, get out, get out, get out of there
Get out, get out, get out, get out of there

On they protest
They're highly stressed
I should address,
they're quite distressed.

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