John Saw A Frog
John saw a Frog, sit on a log,
Down in the little brook;
And very quick, He gave a pick,
And up the Frog he took.
When sister Joy, saw what the Boy
Was holding by its toe,
With all her might, she screamed in fright,
Dear John, 0 let it go!
Then Johnny smiled, and said so mild,
A Frenchman eats a Frog:
But soon he took it to the Brook,
And put it on its Log.