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Author Name: Freerandy johnson 0 Comments
Date Added: July 04, 2011 22:07:55 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Type: Rhyming
Category: General/Holidays Add To Favorites | Text Only
235 years of independence
Today is July the 4th and millions of Americans are celebrating.
We got independence in 1776 and that's something I'm not understating.
Many people will be shooting fireworks tonight.
When I light my bottle rockets, they will take flight.
I'm really looking forward to firing off Roman Candles.
But fireworks can be dangerous if they're mishandled.
Celebrating the fourth of July sure does make a lot of sense.
For two hundred and thirty-five years we've had independence.
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