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February 19, 2011


Stephen Menn

The question that has bothered me, since Wilbur Knorr raised it many years ago, is whether when the children said "bekos," they were speaking Phrygian, or rather speaking goat.

All My Byrds

They said 'bekos' because they were raised among flocks.

behhehhehee behhhhh bahhhh bahhhh behheheheh etc.

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