A high school vibe overtook the hall: it was a pep rally, complete with its own music video—“Kahana was right,” laments the ditty.
“Miss Atomic Bomb,” a five-minute ditty that swells into a soaring rock anthem, is an early standout.
The herdsman's ditty hast thou heard, doubtless; he heedeth thy herds above on the hills there.
You and a million others recite that ditty, or variations of it every day of the week.
ditty and's comrades, perhaps; the rascal can never sing well till he has wetted his whistle at my house.
That is not in the tone of the ditty sung by the Tripe Skewer.
That ditty which speaks of the amorous sports of Krishna and Radha.
"I hope you will never salute my ears with your American ditty," said Lady Keith.
He was singing a ditty, with a nasal intonation, he swung and drew back his scythe incessantly.
He continued his ditty, in spite of the angry glances of his leader.