Thanksgiving is synonymous with turkeys as they form the central food of this holiday. As such, several songs and poems on the turkey bird have been created ever since the first Thanksgiving was observed, in 1621. "Five Fat Turkeys" is a small mirthful song, asking the last of the turkeys to run away and save his life from being slaughtered and served on the dinner table as Thanksgiving meal. Even though the song is old, but it sure will bring in the freshness and sparkle of the festival. You can recite this song to add some joy and hilarity to the Thanksgiving dinner table. Alternatively, you can even pen this poem in greeting cards or as text messages for your family and friends. So, here's presenting you the wordings of this light and amusing song. Read on.
Five fat turkeys were sitting on a fence.
(One hand up)
The first one said, "I'm so immense".
(Point to thumb)
The second one said, "I can gobble at you".
The third one said, "I can gobble, too".
The fourth one said, "I can spread my tail".
The fifth one said, "Don't catch it on a nail".
A farmer came along and stopped to say
(Pointer of other hand)
"Turkeys look best on Thanksgiving Day".