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The bridge's squeaky boards

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And after I did sing it all, we did watch the water splash itself against the legs of the bridge . The water goes not now slow as it did in summer days. We went on. And the boards of the bridge did make squeaks as we went across. And they said in their squeaks, "Petite Françoise , we have been waiting a long time for you to go across the rivière ." And I did have William Shakespeare to make a little stop so I could tell the boards I have been waiting waits a long time to go across. While I so was doing, they did not squeak. When we made a start to go on, they did squeak.
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