Honor to the Jacobin Senate, Who works night and day For their interests and ours! And for all the good they have done, My muse owes them a verse, Accompanied by many others.
To be helpful to the state We see that the good senate Guards its property, and gives away ours: I find this senate moderate, because Of our possessions it takes just one fourth And soon the other three with follow.
May the Jacobin gentlemen, Be pure of body and mind! Their days are useful to ours, Very often they get overheated, Releasing many swears Accompanied by many others.
To make about eighteen francs, They make these long amendments That don’t give in to ours, By this innocent technique, They still have another year ahead of them Accompanied by many others.
These men should be careful To not harangue as often For their rest and for ours; It is so difficult for them, in fact That we would like that each decree Is never followed by another.
That our constitution, Dear to the all the Nation, Creates their pleasures and ours, She will have the greatest destiny, Having for a father a Jacobin Accompanied by many others.
Everything will be reborn in these cantons, And shortly we will be Rich like our departed apostles. Soon we will have six blanks One banknote for 300 francs And then still all the others.