Domestic Servants

Whither do you go. To walpe. I to walpe, you to walpe, so, so, together we’ll go. Have you a man. What is his name. Cham. My man cham, your man cham. I to walpe, you to walpe, so, so, together we’ll go. Have you a child, how is he styled. Wild. My child wild, your child wild, my man cham, your man cham.

I to walpe, you to walpe, so, so, together we’ll go. Have you a cradle. How do you call your cradle. Hippodadle. My cradle hippodadle, your cradle hippodadle, my child wild, your child wild, my man cham, your man cham. I to walpe, you to walpe, so, so, together we’ll go. Have you also a drudge. What name has your drudge. From-work-do-not-budge.

My drudge from-work-do-not-budge, your drudge from-work-do-not-budge, my cradle hippodadle, your cradle hippodadle, my child wild, your child wild, my man cham, your man cham. I to walpe, you to walpe, so, so, together we’ll go.

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