About The Smiling Sheep Problem

Sheep are basically friendly because they don’t anticipate the butcher…
Smiling Sheep
title=”Smiling Sheep” – photo by John Ketola, kindly sent to my group BLOG IT! Click on the image to enter John’s galleries on Flickr
P.S.:
I played the song DONNA DONNA faster as usual trying to express the energy of the message: DONNA DONNA is a protest song vs. the racism of the Nazi disaster – read more in my blog at https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2012/09/01/donna-donna-history-of-a-song/

free sheep:
Swaledale Sheep.
title=”Swaledale Sheep” – photo by John Pickles, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

10 responses to “About The Smiling Sheep Problem

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  2. “Sheep are basically friendly because they don’t anticipate the butcher…” This is v. funny, Frizz. We must be careful that they never find out, or who knows what baaaa-barous impulses might be unleashed.

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  3. Poor innocent sheep.
    Lovely job on “Donna Donna,” Frizz. Bravo!

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  4. English sheep are not so friendly!

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  5. He’s Shaun the
    D
    sheep, he’s Shaun the sheep. He even mucks about with those who cannot bleat. Keep it in
    A7
    mind; he’s one of a
    VII.G7
    kind. Oh…
    D
    life’s a
    A7
    treat, with Shaun the
    D
    Sheep.

    (change to E:)
    He’s Shaun the
    E
    sheep. He’s Shaun the sheep. He doesn’t miss a trick, or ever lose a beat. Perhaps one
    B7
    day, you’ll find a
    A7
    way. To…
    E
    come and
    B7
    meet with Shaun the
    E
    Sheep.
    A
    Oh…
    E
    come and
    B7
    bleat with Shaun the
    E
    Sheep!

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