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The frog tells the nightingale that she should not boast about on her original songs but later on he finds fault in the nightingale by saying: "Your song must be your own." In one instance he is saying that her songs are her own and in the next moment, he is saying that her songs are not her own. So there is an instance of irony in this statement.
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