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PHONETIC RHYME

A KNIFE AND A FORK,
A BOTTLE AND A CORK,
THAT'S HOW YOU SAY NEW YORK.

Submitter comment: THIS WAS PICKED UP BY MY DAD WHILE LIVING IN NEW YORK CITY. IT
TEACHES PEOPLE HOW TO SAY NEW YORK LIKE THE NEW YORKERS. IT IS ALSO
USED BY OTHERS TO RIDICULE THE NEW YORKERS' ACCENT

Where learned: PENNSYLVANIA ; SAINT CLAIR

Subject headings: Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Speech C870.200

Date learned: 00001960S

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