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All By Myself

Written by Jeff Moss

You should see me tie my shoe
Hear me add up two and two
Things that I can do all by myself

I can take my bath alone
Draw a picture of my own
I used to need help from my mom and my father
Now that I'm big well I don't have to bother

I can button up my shirt
Use a spoon to eat dessert
Even reach the books way high on the shelf
There are so many things I can do all by myself

See me pour a glass of juice
Wiggle my front tooth that's loose
Things that I can do all by myself

I can say my alphabet
There's not a letter I'll forget
I don't need help from my dad or my mother
Don't need to ask my yucchy big brother

You should see me brush my hair
And pick out the clothes I'll wear
Even reach my toys way high on the self
There are so many things I can do all by myself

Transcribed by Julie Gouldman

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