Poem Spring Has Sprung the Grass Has Riz?

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There is a poem floating around that started in the 1940s or 50s. There are many different versions of it depending upon who you ask. No one seems to know who wrote it or what the words are supposed to be. It is a catchy little rhyme and it seems many people just make up their own lines as they go along. 'Spring has sprung, the grass is riz, wonder where the flowers is. The birds are chirping in the trees, the wind is blowing as it please, and every one's as happy as can be, except for me.'
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Bernado, hey there, so what colour is your coat.just before you go, I mean! Red I suppose(grinning loudly) Thanks for all your efforts, I do know the works of Benjamin Zephaniah,
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