American Old Time Song Lyrics: 08 Nobodys Mule

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The mule seemed pensive, even sad,
As if by conscience pricked;
But when they came to share his woes.
He raised objections-kicked.

The cat came up to sympathize,
With mew and gentle purr,
Alas! she cot within his reach,
When-fiddlestrings and for.

The dog, in pity, neared him to
Alleviate his care,
He tried to pass around him once,
But-sausage meat and hair.

And John, the honest farmer boy,
Who had the beast in charge,
Tried recklessly to harness him-
His funeral was large.

Oh, trifling were the causes which
His flexile legs unfurled,
And many were the quadrupeds
That songht another world.

He never did a decent thing,
He wasn't worth a ducat;
He kicked and kicked until he died,
And then he kicked the bucket.
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