Friday, 13 September 2013

Song Of Summers

According to The Slog, quoting allegedly Nikkei and Reuters, Larry Summers is about to be named as the new Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of the USA.  According to some critical sources there are matters in his past record to raise questions.

A Wikipedia modern version of the Medieval English song "Sumer Is I'cumen In" is as follows:


Summer has arrived,
Sing loudly, cuckoo!
The seed is growing
And the meadow is blooming,
And the wood is coming into leaf now,
Sing, cuckoo!

The ewe is bleating after her lamb,
The cow is lowing after her calf;
The bullock is prancing,
The billy-goat farting,

Sing merrily, cuckoo!
Cuckoo, cuckoo,
You sing well, cuckoo,
Never stop now.

Sing, cuckoo, now; sing, cuckoo;
Sing, cuckoo; sing, cuckoo, now!


So will it be an early winter this year?

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