I took Googoo because he does love it so, and—Goo, be still, I tell you!
He put his mouth to the keyhole and roared the soothing words "Goo' dog!"
And to this day when you see a baby crowing and saying "Goo, goo!"
Put it in your pocket, quick—say no more 'bout it, Goo' ni'.
And you mustn't goo for to think, sir, that goo I would now, if stay I could.
Take also youre brother with you/ and aryse and goo agayne to the man.
I and the lad will goo yonder and worshippe and come agayne vnto you.
Vpp me be thi curse my sonne/ only heare my voyce & goo and fetch me them.
And he sayde: I will not lett the goo/ excepte thou blesse me.
For all he could say as he moved circuitously towards the door was, "Goo'-by."