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Apologies to Rudyard Kipling

by Norman Dengate

If you tracked down the Basil pesto, whilst shopping at Sainsbury’s or at Tesco
And if you have found the Garibaldi, in the aisles at Waitrose or at Aldi
If you can hold your head up high, and smile a Lidl, when all your shopping’s done
Then you Asda be a man, my Morri- Son

Norman Dengate
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