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[*] posted on 8-15-2015 at 10:19 AM
B. 092. The Fox and the Duck


(From Burk)
Translated by Ed Bernthal

The fox sits on the ground,
Greatly desiring to sleep,
Diramdada dirallala,
Greatly desiring to sleep.

Another fox comes slinking along,
Who was his companion,
Diramdalla dirallala,
Who was his companion.

Got ahold of one of his legs,
Threw him right down on the ground,
Diramdalla dirallala,
Threw him right down on the ground.

The duck had laid four eggs
In the thick underbrush,
Diramdalla dirallala,
In the thick underbrush.

Had bred five young ones.
Besides half a dozen more creatures,
Diramdalla dirallala,
Besides half a dozen more creatures.

Now just see, you dear people,
How many folks the duck has,
Diramdalla dirallala,
How many folks the duck has!


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