"Our Goodman" was in the Another version was found in a London of the 1760s entitled "The Merry Cuckold and the Kind Wife". The broadside was translated into German, and spread into Hungary and Scandinavia. Unusually for such a popular and widespread song, it appears in only a few nineteenth century broadsides.His wife tells him it is merely a sow, a gift from her mother:
“Writing is like getting married. One should never commit oneself until one is amazed at one’s luck.” By 1850, the nation had grown rapidly, with the of states in the union doubling since 1793, and the need to enlarge the building became evident, so more construction became necessary.
Several translations exist in Russian, the best known one being by Alexander Tkachev, "The drunk cowboy". It consists of five parts, at the end of each the wife tells the cowboy to go to sleep. The days include a horse (cow, saddled) a hat (chamberpot, from straw), pants (rags, with a zipper), a stranger's head (cabbage with a moustache), and, finally, a baby which doesn't look like the cowboy's (a log, but one which pees).
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