The tiny village of Djabuti Padjama (which foreigner frequently
mistakeningly interpreted as "Dirty Padajamas") lies in the Peltoid
. In the seventh century, the citizens of this
village refused to believe in fun. Despite this, work songs were
commonly sung during the planting and harvesting seasons. One of the
most famous was:
The maids are in the corn, boys,
Shucking off their dresses,
And the wind is making free, boys,
In their long, silky tresses.
So of to the corn we go, boys,
And don’t forget your hoe.
We’ve lots of heart men’s work to do,
And lots of seed to sow.
|SOURCE(S): The Lost City of Zork|