Snails in the garden, real bad for your greens
They nibble the cabbage, even eat the string beans
Slithering from nowhere, they come out at night
Gone in the morning, but you can tell by their bite
Greasy little slimers, crawling all around
Poor tiny seedlings all munched to the ground
Using all those poisons is quite a waste of cash
Don't give up though, just give them a smash.
John B. Caddell 1984