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Ladybird, ladybird, fly away home
Lang and lazy .
Little Boopeép has lost her sheep • , .
Little Boy Blue - -
Little Brown Betty lived at the “Golden Can"
Little Jack Horner .
Little Jack Jingle
Little Jenny Wren fell sick upon a time ·
Little lamb, who made thee?
Little maid, little maid, whither goest thou? .
Little Tom Tucker -
London Bridge is broken down .

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Madam, I am come to court you ·
March borrowed from April •
March said to Aprili
Merry, merry sparrow . . . .
Mist in May, and heat in June
Mistress Mary . .

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Mony a frost, and mony a thowe.
Mony haws, mony snaws -
Moorachug and Meenachug went out to gather fruit
Multiplication is vexation
My dear, don't you know .
My Lady Wind, my Lady Wind • • • •

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Oh, dear! what can the matter be? . .
Oh, mother, I'm to be married to Mr. Punchinello
Oh that I was where I would be · ·
Old King Cole was a merry old soul .
Old Mother Hubbard . .
Old woman, old woman, shall we go a-shearing? .
Once I saw a little bird - - ..
Once I was a monarch's daughter · ..
One a penny, two a penny, hot cross buns .
One little, two little, three little Indian

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One ran away
One, two, three, four, five .
One 's sorrow, two 's mirth . .
One's unlucky - - -
On Saturday night . .
On Tintock tap there is a mist . .
Our wean 's the most wonderfu' wean e'er I saw

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Pease porridge hot, pease porridge cold .
Peese-weep, peese-weep
Pillycock, pillycock, sat on a hill . . .
Piping down the valleys wild . .
Please to remember
Poor old Robinson Crusoe - .
Proud Preston - - -
Purple, yellow, red, and green
Pussie cat, pussie cat, [Where have you been ?]
Pussie cat, pussie cat, wilt thou be mine? .
Pussie, pussie, baudrons ..
Put your finger in the corbie's hole . .

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Says Robin to Jenny, “If you will be mine"
See saw, sacradown .
Seventeen, sixteen, fifteen ·

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Shoe the colt · · · ·
Simple Simon met a pieman -
Sing a song of sixpence, a bag full of rye
Snail, snail, come out of your hole
Snail, snail, put out your horns ..
Snail, snail, shoot out your horn ·
Sneel, snaul -
Solomon Grundy. .
Sunny, sunny shower. -
Swing 'em, swang 'em, bells at Wrangham •

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Taffy was a Welshman - .

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The bonnie, bonnie bairn, wha sits poking in the ase .
The cattie sits in the kiln-ring

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The cock doth crow . .

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The cuckoo comes in April .

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The cuckoo is a fine bird -
The doggies gaed to the mill

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The evening red and the morning grey · ·

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The first day of Christmas -

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The herring loves the merry moonlight -

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The King of France, with forty thousand men

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The King of France, with twenty thousand men

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The king sent his lady on the first Yule day -

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The lion and the unicorn [Fighting for the crown] -

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The lion and the unicorn were fighting for the crown

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The little priest of Felton .

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The man in the moon - -
The men of the East - · · ·
The merle and the blackbird
The north wind doth blow ,
The old man in the wilderness asked me
The Queen of Hearts - -
The robin redbreast and the wren [Are God Almighty

cock and hen] . . .
The robin redbreast and the wren [Cast out]
The rose is red, the violet's blue . .
The rule of the road is a paradox quite .

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The wind blows cold · · · ·
Them that gant · · · · · ·
There was a crooked man, and he went a crooked mile
There was a frog lived in a well · · ·
There was a jolly miller once lived on the river Dee
There was a king met a king · ..
There was a little guinea-pig
There was a little man [And he had a little gun].
There was a little man (And he wooed a little maid]
There was a maid went to the mill
There was a man in Thessaly
There was an old crow .
There was an old man [And he had a calf] .
There was an old man, and he lived in a wood .
There was an old man in a velvet coat. .

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There was an old man of Derby • .
There was an old man of Tobago . .
There was an old woman (Lived under a hill] .
There was an old woman (Lived under a hillj
There was an old woman, and, what do you think?
There was an old woman, as I have heard tell
There was an old woman, called Nothing-at-all -
There was an old woman had three sons ·
There was an old woman in Surrey - .
There was an old woman sat spinning • .
There was an old woman was tossed in a blanket .
There was an old woman who lived in a shoe
There was a piper had a cow
There was a wee bit mousikie .
There was a wife that had a bonnie bush o' berries
There were a little boy and a little girl . .
There were three jovial Welshmen . - ..
There were three sisters in a hall . . .
There were two birds sat on a stone - -
There were two blackbirds sat upon a hill .
Thirty days hath September . . .
This is the house that Jack built . .
This is the man that brake the barn .
This is the way the ladies ride .
This little pig went to market ..
Thomas a Tattamus took two T's -
Though a lass be ne'er so fair .
Three blind mice . . .
Three children sliding on the ice . .
Three wise men of Gotham · ·
To make your candles last for aye -
Tommy Trot, a man of law ..
Tom Thumb, the piper's son
To talk of the weather is nothing but folly
To-whoo! to-whoo! . .
Trip upon trenchers, and dance upon dishes.
Tweed said to Till - .
Twinkle, twinkle, little star . . . . .
Two legs sat upon three legs . .

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We will a' gae sing, boys -
Wee Willie Winkie rins through the town .
“We'll go a-shooting,” says Robin to Bobbin
We're all dry with drinking on’t .
What care I how black I be
When April blows his horn.
When good King Arthur ruled this land
When the pea's in bloom - .
When the voices of children are heard on the green
Where are you going, my pretty maid ?
Where the scythe cuts and the sock rives -
Who killed Cock Robin ? - -
Who's that knocking at my door, Katherine Nipsy ?
Who's there? · · · · · · ·
Will you buy syboes ? . . . . . .

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Yankee Doodle came to town
You know that Monday is Sunday's brother.

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