Look what the neighbor brought around
Some sour pickles, tart and round.
A big fat jar upon the ground,
Crunchy, crackling, crispy sound.
Those pickles are so tasty good,
Best tasting in the neighborhood!
I’d eat them night and day I think,
I’d eat those pickles in a blink.
Come rain or shine all weather’s fine
You too could join, please come and dine!
Will you take a pickle too?
Pick a pickle, maybe two.
What color is the one you’ve got?
Blue or pink or apricot?
Is it green? I think you’re right.
Now clap your hands and take a bite! [Crunch!]
Pickles on the porch you see,
Do fill me up so happily.
I sit with Neighbor next to me,
With everything we really need.
But wait you ask, what about play,
And naps and walks to fill the day?
And books to read and walks to take
And songs to sing and rhymes to make?
What do you say?
Is it okay to eat pickles all day?
I guess we could find a book to read
How about this one, now what more could we need?
If we get hungry, thirsty too
There’s nothing we would have to do
We wouldn’t even have to search,
Just sit up here on Pickle Porch.
So come join us for all the fun
Book and a pickle? The day is won!
Come join us for an hour or two,
For a perfectly pickled porch pickle menu.