No one could say who the author was, but
Ontarians, irked by Government liquor restrictions, last week were
reciting a new rhyme:
Sing a song of six pence
A bottle full of rye
Six and twenty ounces
For a month's supply;
When the war is over
We'll all begin to sing:
"Now we've finished Hitler,
Where's Mackenzie King?"
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