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Informant explains in Yiddish, that this was song by Yeshuvinikes that cane to their town at Rosh Hashone. It was very hard for them to speak Yiddish. The spoken poem, is a rhyme is about what happened to them on the road resulting in the whole cart of smetene (sour cream) being overturned.
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