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From "An Edward Lear Nonsense Alphabet".
All my nonsense alphabet songs are parodistic.
This one is in the style of a Baroque or pre-Baroque canon.
The tortoise wanders somewhat dissonantly over the rocks,
then disappears into tonal amibiguity (yes, the last note is
correct – an F). On the advice of the SibMus review below, I have added marks to show that the accentuation should follow the normal accentuation of Spoken English (although I think that the length of the syllables also does so). In any case, it should not be very strongly accented – it's a tortoise!
"T was a Tortoise / All yellow and black / He walked slowly
away / And he never came back."
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