"The only song Charlotte could think of was ‘Alouette’"

Public DomainSkylark - Credit: Johann Friedrich Naumann
Originally believed to be a French-Canadian song, Alouette became popular as a children’s song in European classrooms.  Bizarrely, the lyrics describe a hunter's plans to pluck the feathers from each part of a skylark's body - hence its usefulness in teaching those body parts in school.

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