“O COME and listen, come!
Our Master he can strum,
And we can gaily sing
Of April and the Spring.
And if you do not like our song,
Like cats and mice, you must be wrong.
You must be, must be, must be wrong.”
[Editor’s Note: A “duet” with three singers, “strum” regarding playing the piano and other strange issues.]
S. W. Partridge & Co: London. Ca 1900-1910.