Re: The Chant on the Dog's Grave
|From:||D Tse <exponent@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, March 7, 2001, 4:51|
> I am still interested. Thank thou very much for this version.
> > but I found the English version that a friend of mine finally found.
> In what part of the world was it found?
> (Or was it in some conworld?
> I am supprised that this version
> is very similar to the Czech one.)
> > "A doggy stole a sausage
> > Because he was underfed
> > The butcher saw him do it
> > And shot him in the head
> > And all the little doggies
> > Were very sad indeed
> > They made a little tombstone
> > And on it it did read:
> > "A doggy stole a sausage..."
> How are the words "underfed" and "head" pronounced?
> ['woz ,and@'fi:d] does not fit with ['in T@ 'hed].
Possibly in your dialect they don't rhyme, but I'm sure that in English they
rhyme /'Vnd@fEd/, /hEd/
And my friend tells me that he heard the sausage song from someone else he
Would anyone like me to follow up? :P