"Same song, second verse, could be better, but it's gonna be worse.." and any number of versions thereof.
Guess what! It is RAINING a whole lot. In fact, we are rapidly losing access to our boat. Again, I'm looking for NOAH-- he won't have to preach 120 years to make a believer out of me. "All right Noah, I believe, please turn off the spigot."
Even a number of my Texas friends, relatives, and bloggers are tired of rain. It is rare to hear Texans begrudge rain.
The El Nino, La Nina, Pacific Ocean effect may be the answer to this unusual weather pattern. I've not heard the publicity given this subject a few years ago.
Now then, because inquiring minds want to know: who, what, when, where and how is the source of the ditty I used as a title. We chanted it as small children. In fact I've heard more than one version of it. Another version is "same song, second verse, a little bit louder, and a whole lot worse!"
A fast "Google" didn't turn up anything substantial except a bunch of titles of articles and books. using the ditty. Hope it is not copyrighted, as it surely is being abused.