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(To the tune of “12 days of Christmas”)

On the first day of Thanksgiving,
the Natives gave to me
A pumpkin in a pumpkin patch.

On the second day of Thanksgiving,
the Natives gave to me
Two turkey gobblers,
And a pumpkin in a pumpkin patch.

On the third day of Thanksgiving,
The Natives gave to me
Three Native headdresses,
Two turkey gobblers,
And a pumpkin in a pumpkin patch.

On the fourth day of Thanksgiving,
The Natives gave to me,
Four cornucopias,
Three Native headdresses,
Two turkey gobblers,
And a pumpkin in a pumpkin patch.

On the fifth day of Thanksgiving,
The Natives gave to me,
Five bows and arrows,
Four cornucopias,
Three Native headdresses,
Two turkey gobblers,
And a pumpkin in a pumpkin patch.

On the sixth day of Thanksgiving,
the Natives gave to me
Six pairs of moccasins,
Five bows and arrows,
Four cornucopias,
Three Native headdresses,
Two turkey gobblers,
And a pumpkin in a pumpkin patch.

On the seventh day of Thanksgiving,
The Natives gave to me
Seven Native teepees,
Six pairs of moccasins,
Five bows and arrows,
Four cornucopias,
Three Native headdresses,
Two turkey gobblers,
And a pumpkin in a pumpkin patch.

On the eighth day of Thanksgiving,
The Natives gave to me
Eight woven blankets,
Seven Native teepees,
Six pairs of moccasins,
Five bows and arrows,
Four cornucopias,
Three Native headdresses,
Two turkey gobblers,
And a pumpkin in a pumpkin patch.

On the ninth day of Thanksgiving,
The Natives gave to me
Nine ears of corn,
Eight woven blankets,
Seven Native teepees,
Six pairs of moccasins,
Five bows and arrows,
Four cornucopias,
Three Native headdresses,
Two turkey gobblers,
And a pumpkin in a pumpkin patch.

On the tenth day of Thanksgiving,
The Natives gave to me
Ten native tom-toms,
Nine ears of corn,
Eight woven blankets,
Seven Native teepees,
Six pairs of moccasins,
Five bows and arrows,
Four cornucopias,
Three Native headdresses,
Two turkey gobblers,
And a pumpkin in a pumpkin patch!