Comical Folk

In a cottage in Fife

Lived a man and his wife

Who, believe me, were comical folk;

For, to people's surprise,

They both saw with their eyes,

And their tongues moved whenver they spoke!

When they were alsleep,

 I'm told, that to keep

Their eyes open they could not contrive;

They both walked on their feet,

And 'twas thought what they eat

Helped, with drinking, to keep, them alive!

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