When Regroupers travel, they stick to each other
An uncle, some cousins and aunt or a brother
They form one whole body with arms, legs and feet
That can fly through the air or just walk down the street.
Itís a very good system if youíre on the top
Cause the head gets to ride, while the feet have to walk.
But when they go off on their separate ways
Itís hard to tell which parts run off and who stays
When you meet a Regrouper try not to be shocked
If his knees and his head wander off for a walk
You can always still chat with his arms or his belly
Theyíre mostly the same, just big bubbles of jelly
And when it is time to depart, they regroup.
And form one large body of wobbly goop
Youíll see them at movies, youíll see them here too
But always together, whatever they do
Cause the Regroupers know, with their wiggly troop
They can buy just one ticket, but come as a group.