Not a lot of fuss and muss here, just good taste and great songs.
The Es muss sein can only refer here to Beethovens receipt for the ring.
"Passengers better get below out of the muss," advised Captain Downs.
Most of their beds are made, and they left everything in a muss down-stairs.
So you got a bunch of sheep and drove them down there to muss things up some.
Such as play and sport it at the muss are excusable in and by law, lib.
I wouldn't like to run out in the middle of the river in this muss.
T'ree canoe go by on lake—t'at muss, you call him—know him, well.
For one thing Fred sha'n't get into that kind of muss if I can save him from it.
He'll find himself in a muss, too, if he don't mind out, sure.
To disarrange; dishevel: He mussed his hair all up
[1899+; fr mess]