My tail is long, my coat is brown,
I like the country, I like the town.
I can live in a house or live in a shed,
And I come out to play when you are in bed.
Tucked out of sight. I sing best at night.
No instrument around, but you'll find me on the ground.
What am I?
I'm strangely capricious, I'm sour or I'm sweet,
To housewives am useful, to children a treat;
Yet I freely confess I more mischief have done,
Than anything else That is under the sun.
I am black and white. I have strings I have keys. I make sound without my lips. I make dough with no flour. What am I?See answer
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