little Pilgrims went out to play
long, long ago on a sunshiny day.
The little boy Pilgrim wore an awesome hat;
the little girl wore a bonnet, or
something like that.
They played a while on a stack of hay;
said the little boy, "It's a wonderful
The little girl said, "The sun is
shining so bright,
let's play until the day turns into
They spied in the distance a pumpkin patch;
said the Pilgrim boy, "Let's go pick us
We'll carry them home for Mama to
Then after that, they played by the brook.
Two little Indians strolled down the hill;
they approached the Pilgrims by the
The two little Indians wore feathers in
and moccasins on their feet, or something
Said the little boy Indian, "We would
like to play,"
said the little girl Indian, "It's
a beautiful day!"
The two little Pilgrims were as pleased as
and said, "Let's jump in the leaves and
hear them crunch!"
So the two little Indians and the Pilgrims
played in the woods till the day was
They had so much fun playing all day
that to part now forever seemed terribly wrong.
Then the little boy Pilgrim had a bright
"Come close," he said, "and
lend me your ear.
Please come to our house tomorrow to
Said the little boy Indian, "That would
be a treat!"
Said the little girl Pilgrim, "So glad
you can come;
please remember to bring your dad and your mom.
We'll have a feast of wild turkey, squash and
Said the little girl Indian, "We'll
bring some corn and venison stew."
So the very next day the two families came together.
They had a great feast, and it was beautiful
They gave thanks for blessings from God above
as they all joined hands in the spirit of
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