Cuckoo, Cuckoo

Cuckoo, cuckoo, what do you do?

In April I open my bill,

In May I sing all day,

In June I change my tune,

In July away I fly,

In August away I must.

Another version..........

The cuckoo's a bonny bird, he whistles as he flies,

He brings us good tidings, he tells us no lies;

He drinks the cold water to make his voice clear,

And when he sings cuckoo the summer is near;

Sings cuckoo in April, cuckoo in May,

Cuckoo in June, and then flies away.

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