Two little squirrels, frisky and bright,
Gather up nuts for a long winter’s night.
They look under a leaf and under a twig.
They find nuts that are little and nuts that are big.
They poke them all down in a hole in the ground.
And push them far back where they cannot be found.
Then, when the snow covers the earth like a cap,
They both settle down for a long, pleasant nap.