There once was a wardgarble big and strong,
Who played the tambourine all day long.
With a jingle and a jangle she would step to a beat,
And never was bothered by those who wanted her to eat.
The wardgarble went hither and thither and all the way fro,
Through the sand, the grass and, all in the snow,
Through sea, and sky, and through our great star,
No place is beyond the wardgarble to mar.
With no sympathy, aid, or any remorse,
The wardgarble continues its damnable course,
A Jingle and jangle all through the night,
An unstoppable force of power and might.