Every Thanksgiving I can remember my Grandmother and my Mother sang this Thanksgiving song. Mom says it's probably from the 1800 or 1900's. We have no idea where this song came from, who sung it or how my grandmother came by it. I've done many Internet searches trying to find the title, who sung it or any snippet of info about it and come up empty every search. My Grandma's long passed and I would love to know any info about this song for my mother. If you know anything please email me at pacycrochets
I just took a peak in the pantry,
And spied on the lower shelf.
A long row of pies,
That would be a surprise.
To the mince, pie prince, himself.
And up on the next shelf above them,
Were cakes so round and white.
And ready to roast,
Big enough for a host.
Was the turkey a wonderful site.
On the floor were nuts in a basket,
A jar full of cookies too.
And up very high,
I could certainly spy,
The fruits and the candies too.
My grandma is here and my Grandpa,
My cousins and Auntie Mae.
What is it about?
Can you not find it out?
For tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day.