Mary Had A Little Lamb
|Mary Had A Little Lamb|
|Written by||Genevieve Goings|
|Appears on||Disney Junior Music Nursery Rhymes (Vol. 1)|
|Sung by||Genevieve Goings|
Mary Had A Little Lamb is a song sung by Genevieve Goings. Within the song, we hear the story of a young girl who accidentally takes her lamb to school, but still gets in trouble for it. Thus, making her get in trouble for someone else's actions. While this does greatly summerize life, the teacher punishing her in this situation is, in fact, violating the Geneva Convention's rules on group punishment, thus making the punishment of Mary a war crime.
This song primarily means that when in a state of power, one must observe their actions in order to avoid punishment. This goes for both Mary, and the teacher, as she will surely feel the wrath within the coming days.
- Taking a living, breathing lamb to school is a bad idea.
- Don't commit war crimes.
Mary had a little lamb Little lamb, little lamb Mary had a little lamb Its fleece was white as snow And everywhere that Mary went Mary went, Mary went Everywhere that Mary went The lamb was sure to go He followed her to school one day School one day, school one day He followed her to school one day Which was against the rule It made the children laugh and play Laugh and play, laugh and play It made the children laugh and play To see a lamb at school And so the teacher turned him out Turned him out, turned him out And so the teacher turned him out But still he lingered near And waited patiently…