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Makes me think of the rhyme Annique in Joanna Bourne's The Spymaster's Lady quotes that children sang during the French Terror
"Let the gutters flow with the blood of the aristocrats, let us wash our hands in their entrails, let all who stand aginst the voice of the people perish like rats.."
which is more bloodthirsty.
I wonder if the author made up that little jingle, or if French children really sang songs like that?
Says I: I did make up that particular jinglem but it's typical of the times.