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I now reference for review the passage in a popular old song that reads  ” skip to my lou my darling “After careful consideration and research into Webster’s Dictionary the Cambridge English Dictionary and the Oxford Unabridged Dictionary and after consulting with early Greek and Latin scholars  I have concluded that the true meaning of the passage is that it is an urgent warning by a loved one to his or her sweetheart to rush or even run as fast as possible to his or her toilet inorder to head off an unseemly incident


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  1. In response to “skip to my lou,” perhaps it’s a way out, although unseemly but nevertheless, way out!


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