Compulsion or Convulsion !—Is the Load Too Heavy ?
NZ Truth , Putanga 572, 3 Pipiri 1916, Page 5
Compulsion or Convulsion !— ls the Load Too Heavy ?
The benzine 'bus is not too strong;' I must not overload her. The journey's rough, the road is long; I really must not goad her. Or by -and -bye the gears will fly And tyros'!! burst like thunder;. I'd better go a trifle slow— Or 111 be out and under!
We must have coal to reach the goal, And miners, sure, are wanted; Though many went without consent And to the war levanted. The Geordie teds, with picks and gads, Who make the rich man's plunder, Dont favor Mars upon their cars — Unless if s out and underl
But while t steor perhaps they fear The passenger ''Compulsion/ 1 Though brought m late, may land the Stato Into a "State" convulsion. :•■■'■•. Perhaps they guess Exemption mess May come through some bad blunder, And if it docs tha car WILL BUZZ— And I'll ba out and underl