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March 28, 2008


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Footnote master!

pas de basque! I heard "pa dee ba" when learning to ceilidh in St Andrews and had no idea what they meant!

Gosh, Tania is flattered! I like your work, and wanted to share with my 17 readers. I might be up to 17...

Thanks for another great post. I've made up a tune to fit the lyrics, and I'm humming it as I do laundry.

I keep wanting to fit it to a Gilbert & Sullivan patter tune.

Some of my dance students have now looked at the original and claim they could sing it if they transposed it down a bit. I am very afraid...

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