“Oh,” she said sadly. We went along in silence for a while, the only sounds coming from Petunia as she ambled along. Then, in rhythm with Petunia’s gait, Pat started to sing.
Come, bridle me, my milk-white steed,
Come, bridle me, my pony,
That I may ride to fair London town
To plead for my Geordie.
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