you've learnt the highway code we'll let you out upon the road. Repeat this slowly after me," then said the Minister of T.

"When the light is round and red
Pedestrians may forge ahead,
But when you see an amber light
To start across is hardly right,
For 'ere the farther curb is seen
That amber light may turn to green
And motors, trams and lorries, too,
May make a frightful mess of you !

"You look to left, you look to right,
You keep the signals well in sight,
Don't step out quickly from behind
And once you start...


So George has learnt the highway code.
He knows each signal on the road,
And now he's fitted with an ' L'
He's really doing rather well. . .

  But though it's safer
far for us,
It makes him

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