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When Washington Crossed the Delaware

by

Andrew Conway

When Washington crossed the Delaware on a cold Christmas Eve
The Redcoats were so drunk the couldn't even heave.

The people in Yorktown were not ready for the surprise
That Washington would come with an army of very little size.

The Redcoats were frightened. They shivered and shook.
The general watched Washington with a scared kind of look.

The muskets went off with a big BANG and BOOM!
It was so easy they could have won with a broom!

The Redcoats ran with their coats bright red,
Whild Washington watched the Redcoats as they fled.

The battle was over. Washington won.
The troops were tired and all was done.