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A Canary At The Farm
by [?]


Folks has be’n to town, and Sahry
Fetched ‘er home a pet canary,–
And of all the blame’, contrary,
Aggervatin’ things alive!
I love music–that’s I love it
When it’s free–and plenty of it;–
But I kindo’ git above it,
At a dollar-eighty-five!

Reason’s plain as I’m a–sayin’,–
Jes’ the idy, now, o’ layin’
Out yer money, and a-payin’
Fer a wilder-cage and bird,
When the medder-larks is wingin’
Round you, and the woods is ringin’
With the beautifullest singin’
That a mortal ever heard!

Sahry’s sot, tho’.–So I tell her
He’s a purty little feller,
With his wings o’ creamy-yeller,
And his eyes keen as a cat;
And the twitter o’ the critter
Tears to absolutely glitter!
Guess I’ll haf to go and git her
A high-priceter cage ‘n that!