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THE STABLE MOUSE (Leigh Newton, 1999) There's a mouse looking down from the rafters, In a stable of wood and stone; And she's staring as hard as she's able At the coming and going below. Chorus: There's a mum with a baby snug in her arms, There's a dad looking on with pride, There's a muster of people coming through the door; And all for the baby inside. Now the mouse calls out to her family, "Take a look down below, what a sight! "Come and see how they look at the baby, "This can only be God here tonight." Now the mice come running a-plenty, All the cousins and three legged Fred; And they all stare down in amazement, At the baby that's born in the shed. And a light shines brightly above them; They can see through the holes in the tin. They can hear many voices a-singing, They can hear such a flapping of wings.

    


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