Back to you and I (who went to row the boat ashore)

Joel S. Berson Berson at ATT.NET
Fri Feb 19 16:11:56 UTC 2010

At 2/18/2010 09:44 PM, Robin Hamilton wrote:
>Then the class thing -- for some reason, I remembered the first line of  of
>a nineteenth century ballad about five young men who set out on an evening's
>poaching, run into the squire's keepers, are captured, tried, and
>transported.  Can't get more us-and-them than that.  It begins:
>            Me and five more, we all set out ...

Moving on to the twentieth century, there's:

           Me and my shadow ...


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