Rubber Duckie

Album: The Sesame Street Book and Record (1970)
Charted: 16
  • Rubber Duckie you're the one
    You make bath time lots of fun
    Rubber Duckie I'm awfully fond of you

    Rubber Duckie joy of joys
    When I squeeze you, you make noise
    Rubber Duckie you're my very best friend it's true
    I find a little fellow who's cute and yellow and chubby
    Rub a dub dubby
    Rubber Duckie you're so fine and I'm lucky that you're mine
    Rubber Duckie I'd like a whole pond of you
    Rubber Duckie I'm awfully fond of you Writer/s: Jefferey A Moss
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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