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Chorus
Truly do we desire
to hear from these clever men, what
warpath of words you walk on.
For their tongue is savage
and the temper of both is not without boldness
nor their wits lethargic.
It seems likely to expect
that the one will utter something urbane
and finely honed,
while the other, pulling up by the root
his arguments to attack with,
will scatter the many wallows of words.

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