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ITALIAN:
MICI MICSE MISCELLA
LE GEITTO E LA BUCHELLO
QUENDO E COTTE MANGIATELLO
SPURSTE, SPURSTE.

TRANSLATION:
KITTY, KITTY CAT
THE CAT AND THE BEEF
WHEN IT'S COOKED YOU EAT IT.
SCAT, SCAT.

Submitter comment: I HAVE HEARD THE INFORMANT SAYING THIS WHILE HOLDING HER
GRANDSON, 1-1/2 YEARS OLD, IN HER LAP. SHE TOOK THE
CHILD'S HANDS AND STROKED HIS CHEEKS WHILE SAYING THIS
RHYME. TOWARDS THE LAST LINE OF THE RHYME THE STROKING
BECAME FASTER.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; EAST DETROIT

Subject headings: Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Game Verse Game Verse

Date learned: 02-06-1971

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