Drinking Song

Two bottles of milk in the process of being emptied. Image
source: Bundesarchiv, B 145 Bild-F003828-0008. Author:
Steiner, Egon. License: CC-BY-SA 3.0 Wikimedia Commons.

*Ninety-Nine Bottles of Beer* is an anonymous folk
song dating to the mid-20th century. It is a traditional
reverse counting song, sometimes used to sing on long trips, as
it has a very repetitive format which is easy to memorize and
can take a long time to sing. The lyrics describe a quantity of
bottles that is reduced by $1$ in every verse, until no bottles
are left, at which point the song ends somewhat abruptly.

Many variations and similar songs are known in other languages.

The input consists of exactly two lines. On the first line, the number $N$ of bottles $1\leq N\leq 99$. On the second line, a single word of at most $20$ lower- or uppercase characters from the English alphabet, not using whitespace, describing a beverage.

The full lyrics of the song, starting with $N$, and counting down until the last bottle gets taken. The lyrics are given by example below. Note the grammatical changes in the last two verses.

Sample Input 1 | Sample Output 1 |
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3 milk |
3 bottles of milk on the wall, 3 bottles of milk. Take one down, pass it around, 2 bottles of milk on the wall. 2 bottles of milk on the wall, 2 bottles of milk. Take one down, pass it around, 1 bottle of milk on the wall. 1 bottle of milk on the wall, 1 bottle of milk. Take it down, pass it around, no more bottles of milk. |