NEW YORK FOLKLORE QUARTERLY
Vol. VII, No. 4, Winter 1951
From Mrs. Ruth Conrad Henry Murray
Author and composer are unknown, but the song is at least
one hundred years old, probably much more:
How do, my friends! How are you all?
I hope you’re very ill,
For then I know you’ll let me sell you
Chust von liddle pill!
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