A ChiTumbuka girls’ song from Malawi, containing some amusing satire on western dress.

A man with a hat on, I say no:
How should I know he is bald,
Bald, bald, nothing but bald,
Yes, indeed, nothing but bald?

A man with trousers on, I say no:
How should I know he is bow-legged,
Bow-legged, bow-legged, nothing but bow-legged,
Yes, indeed, nothing but bow-legged?

A man with glasses on, I say no:
How should I know he has a squint,
A squint, a squint, nothing but a squint,
Yes, indeed, nothing but a squint?

A man with shoes on, I say no:
How should I know his toes have jiggers,
Jiggers, jiggers, nothing but jiggers,
Yes, indeed, nothing but jiggers?