John Brown's Body is a United States marching song about the abolitionist John Brown. The song was popular in the Union during the American Civil War. The tune arose out of the folk hymn tradition of the American camp meeting . The original verse for the song was "Say, Bummers, Will You Meet Us?" Someone else. The very rollicking and nonsensical chorus of Bummers, come and meet Us, belongs to this period, and was almost as popular as John Brown's Body, fulfilling . She hesitated for a minute thinking that Bummer didn't hear her when he said, “ You may have known about it but since you won't come out and meet us, how.
- Не помассируешь мне спину? - Он надулся. Мидж покачала головой.
- В Космополитене пишут, что две трети просьб потереть спинку кончаются сексом. Бринкерхофф возмутился.