I woke up in the morning,
And I stepped on the floor,
I walked to the doorway,
And I opened the door.
I saw my elder sister,
She’s walking down the stairs,
I walked down behind her,
And saw a basket of pears.
I sat down on my chair,
To enjoy my clam chowder,
My sister took my bowl,
And sprinkled some white powder.
I chased my sister, around and around,
She jumped to the sofa and lied down,
She looked at me, as if I’m a clown,
She laughed so hard till she fell down.
I blew bubbles from a shampoo bottle,
Came my sister and it hit her pocket,
She tried to pop one little bubble,
Three more left and she took a racket.
She swiped the racket to pop the bubbles,
Popped two bubbles and tried at the other,
She jumped and swiped at the very last bubble,
She missed the bubble as she heard a thunder.
She took a paper and rolled it nicely,
She gripped it firmly, aiming the target,
She threw the paper towards the bubble,
It missed the bubble and hit the carpet.