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The Tale Of William Tell
The arrow flew, but none could tell
If apple pierced or humble son
Until one or the other fell
Determined contest lost or won
The dart flew like a bat from hell
Toward Walter, son of William Tell
Sir William Tell refused to bow
Before the lords who ruled the land
And hated they his stubborn prow
But feared the crossbow in his hand
‘He must be forced to bend somehow! '
So, swore they all with solemn vow
And then: ‘A contest! Fun for all! '
Let William shoot his famous bow
At distance great and target small
And by so doing he can show