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First Line: Oh listen to this obese bard whose muscles are composed of lard
Last Line: Was an awful cat, you take it from a bard who's fat!
Subject(s): Animals; Cats; Mason, Walt (1862-1939)


Oh listen to this obese bard whose muscles are composed of lard; and I will
titillate the lyre and celebrate with frenzied fire a jolly little country girl
who on her forehead wore a curl. She wore that ringlet all the day and wore it
when she hit the hay.
When good she was as sweet as grass, but now and then this little lass
would get a sort of nasty streak and she would ululate and shriek and rant
around and tear her hair and bite the ground and cuss and swear. When bad she
was an awful cat, you take it from a bard who's fat!





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