Cicadas

Cicadas come every seventeen years
There are millions every where.

Emerging from their molted exoskeleton
They sing their loud crikey song;
Loud they sing all day long.

Cicadas come every seventeen years
There are millions every where.

To high trees males find a place
Singing loud to find a date
So they can finally mate.

Cicadas come every seventeen years
There are millions every where.

Watch your step as you walk along
They are every where on the ground;
Also on every leaf they maybe found.

Cicadas come every seventeen years
There are millions every where.

Annoying they are for those around
They won’t hurt you or I
I can’t wait till they go bye-bye.

Cicadas come every seventeen years
There are million every where.

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