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"DOT BARTNERSHIP."

A SEQUEL TO THE KAISERS 'MEINSELF TIND GOTT.' The following verses are taken from tba 'Neepawa Herald," and are a sequel to the ' Meinself und Gotfc' verses recently published in the ' Garette ':— Pat bartnership mit nio und Gotfc Vas all a fake—vas simply rot— To dink of it shust makes me hot— Meinself vas IT. Vat care I for der Russian Tsar, For kings or princes near or far? Ven conflicts come, mit din of war, Meinself vas IT. Ven France rears up and rants a fight, Meinself vill knock her out of sight— Meinself vas ALWAYS in der right— Meinself vas IT. Vein. England dakes der gauntlet up, Vat care I for der old bull pup? Vrom me dey gets no loving cup, Meinself vas IT. Der'a Canada, der Lion's whelp, Dat ceunfcry I vill surely scelp, Vill saak» h»r show* s.l»\nJ for help— M«h»«»lf v»« IT. I shust »bs«rbs der lsg»r hter Vni, pvints njejn sn«ust««h« t» mein ear— Der Ih>s* of all der hemisphere— Mainsflf t»s IT. Mit Godd I am pot satisfy. He did nod make der Belgians fly. Mit Gott I efermore fight shy— Meinself vas IT. Der nations all may take a tip. For Gott I do not care a rip—- , I haf dissolved dot bartnership— Meinself vas IT,

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"DOT BARTNERSHIP.", Issue 15683, 23 December 1914

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"DOT BARTNERSHIP." Issue 15683, 23 December 1914

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