Oh how I love my dancing feet!  They stay together - oh so neat.  And...

Oh how I love my dancing feet!
They stay together - oh so neat.
And when I want to walk a line,
They all stay together and do double time.
I count them up, ten times or more,
And race on-off, across the floor.

Answer: centipede

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Oh how I love my dancing feet!  They stay together - oh so neat.  And...
Oh how I love my dancing feet!  They stay together - oh so neat.  And...
Oh how I love my dancing feet!  They stay together - oh so neat.  And...

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