Oh chemistry, Dear Chemistry,
I've never really studied thee,
But in the world thour't all around,
Examples of chemistry simply abound.
What is all matter if not mixtures of chems?
What are all people, both Republicans and Dems?
Why nothing but a few bucks worth of common chems;
Yes, all of them: boys and girls, gents and femmes.
On every container of household goods,
For freshening the air or for polishing wood,
What do we find, written in letters small but good?
A list of chemicals, of course, as the gov. deems it should.
Oh chemicals, Dear chemicals, if you did not exist,
How sorely you'd be missed.
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