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Saturday at 06:30 PM
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A little bit of toothpaste
It ain't that tough
A pea sized amount is just enough
Brush that tongue and teeth and gums
Then rinse and spit
A little bit of toothpaste upon your brush
Two minutes long and don't you rush
Before too long the plaque's all gone
Say Goodbye to candy
Timmy don't eat the candy bar
You may find out you've gone too far
You'll end up with your teeth in a jar
Just like Grandad
There was a girl her name was Jean
She liked to keep her teeth all clean
They were the whitest I have seen
Just like Mandy
Mandy was a lovely girl
She learned her lesson very well
She cleaned her teeth and you could tell
She said Goodbye to candy
A little bit of toothpaste
It ain't that tough
A pea sized amount is just enough
Brush that tongue and teeth and gums
Then rinse and spit
A little bit of toothpaste upon your brush
Two minutes long and don't you rush
Before too long the plaque's all gone
Say Goodbye to candy
I know this boy called Toothbrush Joe
Inside his mouth the brush would go
his teeth they always had a glow
They were stronger
There once was a girl her name was Sue
She brushed up and down like a kangeroo
Three times a day she did this too
Her teeth lasted longer
Timmy don't eat the candy bar
You may find out you've gone too far
You'll end up with your teeth in a jar
Just like Grandad
A little bit of toothpaste upon your brush
Two minutes long and don't you rush
Before too long the plaque's all gone
Say Goodbye to candy
I know this boy called Toothbrush Joe
Inside his mouth the brush would go
his teeth they always had a glow
They were stronger

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Friday at 10:02 PM
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Hello Kazuya,


Thank you for your question and post.๐Ÿ˜„


"Before too long" - means in a short time. Depending on the context it could be the same day, a week, or a year.

In this case, it refers how long it takes to remove plaque from your teeth.


Cheers,

Eva

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Kazuya
Monday at 09:38 AM
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I don't know the meaning of this phrase " Before too long the plaque's all gone".


For my recognition, it is not too long before the plaque's all gone. Is it right?