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There’s whisky bubbling in the hills
From numerous illicit stills,

Where varied are distiller’s skills,
For some are masters – some are dills,

Thus varied is the drink one swills
With water and with ice that chills.

That amber hooch your tumbler fills
May make you green around the gills,

So don’t forget to make your wills,
For methylated moonshine kills.