The Musical Trust

★ The Musical Trust Story :

There was once a man who could execute “Old Zip Coon” on a yellow flute, And several other tunes to boot, But he couldn’t make a penny with his tootle-ti-toot Tootle-ootle-ootle–tootle-ti-toot! Tootle-ootle-ootle–tootle-ti-toot! Though he played all day on his yellow flute, He couldn’t make a penny with his tootle-ti-toot.

One day he met a singular Quaint old man with a big tuba, Who said: “I’ve travelled wide and far But I haven’t made a penny with my oom-pah-pah.” Oom-pah! Oom-pah! Oom-pah-pah! Oom-pah! Oom-pah! Oom-pah-pah! Though he played all day on his big tuba He couldn’t make a penny with his oom-pah-pah.

Then they met two men who were hammering On a big bass drum and a cymbal thing, Who said: “We’ve banged since early spring And we haven’t made a penny with our boom-zing-zing.” Boom-zing! Boom-zing! Boom-zing-zing! Boom-b-b-boom-boom–zing-zing! Though the banged on the drum and the cymbal thing They couldn’t make a penny with their boom-zing-zing.

So the man with the flute Played tootle-ti-toot, And the other man he played oom-pah, While the men with the drum and the cymbal thing Went: boom-b-b-boom-boom–zing-zing! And they travelled wide and far. Together they made the welkin ring With a Tootle-ootle! Oom-pah! Boom-zing-zing! Tootle-ootle! Oom-pah! Boom-zing-zing! Tootle-ootle! Oom-pah! Boom-zing-zing! And Oh! the pennies the people fling! When they hear the tootle-oom-pah-boom-zing-zing!

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The Fox And The Villagers

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