Beatcomber (John) writes in Mersey Beat:
Once upon a Tom there was a small llittle Stan, who was very small.
"You are very small Stan", they said.
"I am only lttle.' replied Stan answering, feeling very small. Who could blame him, for Stan was only small?
"You must be small Stan," people were oft heard to cry, noticing how extremely very small Stan was in fact. But being small (Stan ws small) had its condensations. Who esle but Stan (the small) could wear all those small clothes?
Stan was highly regarded by everyone (for Stan was small and little). However, one day Stan saw an adverse in the Mersey Bean for "Club you quickly grow your boots." So on that very day Small Stan (by name called) purchased a pair of the very same. So now when Stan passes by, folks say "Is not that small Stan wearing a pair of those clubs you quickly grow you boots?"
And it is.