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I'm a two sex Scottish Dancer and may seem rather dim,This is taken from a series of small booklets, "Pat's Party Pieces" published in aid of the North London hospice. Since Pat can't provide these any more, Ron Mackey will provide them in return for a donation to charity. Contact:
But I never spend one evening as a full time her or him,
I change my sex from dance to dance, my corners always alter
It's really not surprising I occasionally falter.
The old and simple dances I can manage very nicely
And I can learn a new dance and do it most precisely,
But when it comes to next week I don't know if I can
For I learnt it as a woman and dance it as a man.
And so you men who have the luck to always stay the same
When female gentlemen go wrong be sparing with your blame.
I'll add a postscript to this tale - one comfort I have got
When both the women change their sex it doesn't show a lot!
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