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the devil has fleas

wolf at the door he must flee                                 															Lion of the tribe of Judah has prevailed                 															 Hail Hail Jesus the jubilee 																	Pup he has no teeth running tuck tailed 																he he no you can not eat me 																	 The wolf's wail short the truth be taled                                                                                                                 							Who my Lord Jesus set free free indeed 															  	 Jesus pulls the devil is curtailed                                                                                                    ~                                                                                                                                          obselete word with definition- Date "Taled" was first used in popular English literature: (1369) -Verb Past Tense1. Past tense conjugation of the verb tale.
Verb Base  and Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913) (tale) 1. To tell stories.
2. Base verb from the following inflections: taling, TALED, tales, taler, talers, talingly and taledly - The American HeritageĀ® Dictionary of the English Language, - tale [te?l]
n 1. a report, narrative, or story 2. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) one of a group of short stories connected by an overall narrative framework

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