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I'm an Alaskan

I’m an Alaskan
I live in the winters so cruel
But I don’t hunt for my breakfast
Or ride a polar bear to school

The summers are beautiful
But the winters are cold
It’s also a place
Where you NEVER stick your tongue to a pole

The snow is dazzling
A blanket of white
But be careful of the cold
You might get frostbite!

I live in a house
Not an igloo
I live in a place
With plenty of moose

I’m an Alaskan
And here I’ll stay
Curled up by the fire
Where the cold is at bay




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