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  • (- Are your legs tired from all the running, Folke
    
- It's acting, mom.)

    Dolls don’t bite
    Don’t fight
    Don’t sleep at night;
    They may not think
    They do not blink or wink
    But at least they don’t stink

    Soon an egg’s gonna hatch
    Just you wait and watch.
    And a Living Doll will appear.
    A brother/sister for you.

    Dolls are always the same,
    They don’t grow up, they don’t age
    But this Living Doll will change all the time.
    It will need to be changed too of course,
    When it’s full of ... grime or slime
    I mean nappy-wise- just a joke.

    Your Living Doll will grow
    It will make noise
    It will learn to sing
    It will have tantrums
    (Like you did sometimes)

    You can talk to a Doll
    But he doesn’t talk back.
    He always look the same
    You can’t teach him.

    But you can, your Living Doll!
    You can teach him/her that the moon goes round the Earth
    (You didn’t believe that lady ...)
    A baby brother/sister is nice and warm
    Sometimes also a bit wet...
    He will soon learn to smile

    You can teach him/her to play Penguin
    But be nice and let him/her sometimes win.
    You can teach him/her facts
    Teach him/her acting
    I know you can act
    I’ve seen the pic.

    You can teach him to ride your bike
    The one with the yellow saddle
    When he’s older you can take him/her on a hike
    To show him/her the Green Water
    Maybe you mother will let you two paddle.
    Take him /her Caving to show him/her the train
    Share your pizza, your pasta, your pastry
    But most of all you must learn
    To share mum’s love with him/her
    You must be happy
    To share Dad’s love with him/her
    They have enough love for both of you.
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