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The Land of Topsy Turvey

If Maude and Willie had been in a state of somnolency during their sojourn in Shadow Land, they felt themselves very much awake on reaching the land of Topsy Turvey. They knew they were in Topsy Turvey Land because they were greeted with a jingling chorus to that effect immediately they opened their eyes:—
O this is Topsy Turvey Land,
Where ev’ry one is gay and bland,
And day is always night.
We welcome to all strangers give,
For by their custom we must live,
Because we’re so polite.