"Oh the fox went out on the town one night, prayed to the moon to give him light, he had many a mile to go that night before he reach the town oh... " This folksong echoed through our old Chevy as my dad drove along the winding country road. I was getting excited because my favorite part of the song was coming up. "And the little ones chewed on the bones oh, bones oh " sang my dad, as I pretended to be a "little one" and chanted "mmn good, mmn good" as well as I could in time with the music. We were on our way to the Care and Counseling center where my dad was training to become a counselor. Every Tuesday for almost a year I went there with him, because babysitters were expensive for us those days and because my mom had to work.
Seip, Rachel, ""And the Little Ones Chewed on the Bones" (1992)" (1992). The Valpo Core Reader. 330.