Readings for line KD.5.386

I most sitte seyde þe segge · or elles shulde I nappe
I mo..ste sitte saide þe segge  or shulde I nappe
I must sit sayde the Segge or els I must nedes nap
I moste sitte seide þe segge . or ellis sholde I nappe
y moste sytte quod the segge · or elles schulde y nappe
I most sit saide þe segge · or elles · or elles sholde I nappe
I muvst sytt sayd þat segge or elles muvst I nappe
I muste sitte seyde þe segge  or ellis I schuldeO.5.399: OC2BmBo alone transpose sholde I; other variants include must I (G), I most (Cot), I must nedes (Cr), and omission (F). nappe
I most sitte seyde þe segeR.5.399: R's sege is an unusual spelling of an old-fashioned word (= "man"). More commonly, the word appears in Middle English as segge, but this form is cited by MED, s. v. segge, in one manuscript of the Awntyrs of Arthur, Lincoln Cathedral Library 91: A knyghte carelyone be crownede for kynge; That sege salle be sesede at a sesone (289). The spelling is likewise attested in OED2, s. v. segge, for the fourteenth through the sixteenth century, and a passage from Dunbar is cited.  or elles schulde I nappeR.5.399: There is a superfluous bar over the final <-pe> of nappe. .
I muste sytte seyde þe segge / or y shal ellis nappe.