THEY USED TO BE,
THE STOOGES THREE
Their antics were so ridiculous and funny,
Back in the thirties these men of slapstick so silly and funny.
Always into trouble just trying to get by,
Schemes and ideas were the thoughts they would try.
In haunted houses or western towns,
These foolish three could always be found.
A different job, another place,
A look so silly on each of their faces.
Moe was the leader or boss who seemed so mean,
Yelling and slapping, or a poke in the eyes that sure
Must have hurt at least to normal men it would be.
Curly with his many sounds and movements,
Messing everything up like a child, by Moe was punished.
Now then there was Larry, quiet was he,
The middle man of the stooges three.
Their comedy was great, routines smoothe as can be,
Moe, Larry, and Curly, they use to be, the stooges three.