Flu season, here we come,
it’s time to sneeze and sniffle!
We wash our hands,
stand far apart
and yet it is that season,
cause bugs you know,
with their little brains,
know not rhyme nor reason.
Cough, snort and blow your noses,
rub your aching heads—
this nasty flu is making us
all leak like a rubber hoses.
So hop in bed,
ye one and all,
it’s time to be separated by a wall.
As if social distance wasn’t enough for you,
this stupid pandemic’s teamed up
with regular flus.
So here we come, long days alone,
thank goodness for the telephone!
Time to play nurse now,
soothe some heads,
tuck seven kids into their beds,
rub little feet with tiger balm,
dream about a beach with palms.
It’s no wonder tired bears get irate—
smartest thing is to hibernate.
So here’s wishing good health to you,
as for my house, it’s a zoo.
Flu season for one and all,
welcome, welcome, welcome, fall!