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Ode To A Snowspeeder

October 7th, 2005 at 9:45 am by Preston Taylor Holmes

As I was getting ready to leave for work this morning, 3-year-old Preston Jr. was already awake and singing in his bed, as he frequently does. This morning’s song was “Ode To A Snowspeeder”. Sung to the tune of “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.” It went like this:

Snowspeeder, snowspeeder, snowspeeder, snowspeeder
Snowspeeder, snowspeeder, snowspeeder, snowspeeder
Snowspeeder, snowspeeder, snowspeeder, snowspeeder
Snowspeeder, snowspeeder, snowspeeder, snowspeeder
Snowspeeder, snowspeeder, snowspeeder, snowspeeder
Snowspeeder, snowspeeder, snowspeeder, snowspeeder

I’m never taking the monitor out of his room. At least not until he starts cussin’.

4 Responses to “Ode To A Snowspeeder”

  1. mks Says:

    Don’t they just repeatedly teach us the simpliest pleasures are the best! And thank you for sticking that tune in my head for the rest of the day!

  2. Preston Taylor Holmes Says:

    Well, I’ve got Boz Skaggs’ “Low Down” in my head. Wanna trade?

  3. Sobek Says:

    Sounds like you know how to raise a boy.

  4. annika Says:

    how cuute!

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