William Matrimmatoe
He’s a good fisherman.
He catches hens,
Puts them in pens.
Some lay eggs.
Some lay none.
William Matrimmatoe
He’s a good fisherman.
Wire, briar, limber, lock.
Three geese in a flock.
One flew east.
One flew west.
One flew over the cuckoo’s nest.
Wire, briar, limber, lock.
Out goes you, old dirty dish rag, you.

-William Matrimmatoe chant

Actual cuckoo’s nest poem variant. 

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