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First Line: The jay is a jovial bird -- heigh ho!
Last Line: That any stray fellow would see—heigh-ho!
Subject(s): Jays


The jay is a jovial bird—heigh-ho!
He chatters all day
In a frolicsome way
With the murmuring breezes that blow—heigh-ho!
Hear him noisily call
From a redwood tree tall
To his mate in the opposite tree—heigh-ho!
Saying: "How do you do?"
As his top-knot of blue
Is raised as polite as can be—heigh-ho!
O impudent jay,
With your plumage so gay,
And your manners so jaunty and free—heigh-ho!
How little you guessed
When you robbed the wren's nest,
That any stray fellow would see—heigh-ho!





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