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The Flying Dugong
Oh say, can you see, by the light’s early dawn,
That daring young man on the flying dugong?
There seldom is spurred a less probable bird
Till Willie comes home from the war!
From the Daily Whale.
Quoting and altering various formerly-unrelated lines.