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What do you say, About mache? With leaves so tender, They'll surrender, To melting in your mouth, And, through it's ingredients, Giving you a wealth, Of nutrients. Chorus: Belongs with foods, Or, with the weeds? Suppose it could, Be both of these? Corn salad, For your taste palate, They also say, A.K.A., Rapunzel, 'cause it's what the damsel, Was to gather, For her mother, But, why call it, Lambs lettuce? So, it could be sung, Looks like one's tongue? Ahh, well... forget it, As long as, it's good for us. Chorus Archeologists, Suggest, It dates to the stone age, Nutritionists, Digest, As a healthy foliage. Chorus Touche, To mache, For saving the day.
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