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November 24, 2014

Deck the Hills

Deck the Hills with blankets and vicks.
cough cough cough cough cough cough cough cough cough
Tis the season to be sneazy 
sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze

Don we now our sweats and hoodies 
cough cough cough, sneeze sneeze sneeze, cough cough cough
Troll the ancient songs of sickness. 
sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze, sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze. 

Turn the heat up, it's really cold.
cough cough cough cough cough cough cough cough cough 
No, nevermind I'm hot as Texas
Sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze 

Follow me and you'll get sick 
cough cough cough cough cough, cough cough cough cough
Wait, I'll spray with disinfectant
sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze, sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze 

Fast away this weekend passes 
cough cough cough cough cough, cough cough cough cough 
Hail the new week, swollen eyes 
sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze, sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze
 
Now we are coughing all together
Cough cough cough cough cough, cough cough cough
If only we had more sick days off. 
Sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze! 

cough cough cough, sneeze sneeze sneeze sneeze! 

Hope you enjoyed the oh, so clever parody (cough, cough). It may not be clever, but it is the song of this household. We seem to be in that time of year when one of us is sick for a week, then the other takes over, and then we have two weeks in between of being healthy. 

I've said it before, and I'll say it again. It's hard being married to a teacher. 





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