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AN you make me a cambric shirt,
Parsley, sage, rosemary, and
Without any seam or needle
wash it in yonder well,
rain ever fell ?
Adam was born ?
And you, etc, Now you have ask'd me questions three,
Parsley, etc. I hope you'll answer as many for me,
And you, etc.
Can you find me an acre of land,
Parsley, etc. Between the salt water and the sea
sand ? And you, etc. Can you plough it with a ram's horn,
Parsley, etc. And sow it all over with one pepper
corn ? And you, etc. Can you reap it with a sickle of leather,
Parsley, etc. And bind it up with a peacock's feather?
And you, etc. When you have done and finished your
work, Parsley, etc. Then come to me for your cambric
LAP hands all together,
Clap hands away,
OCK a doodle doo !
OLD and raw the north wind
doth blow, Bleak in the morning early; All the hills are covered with
snow, And winter's now come fairly.
OME, let's to bed,” says Sleepy
head; “Let's stay awhile,” says
ROSS patch, draw the latch.
Sit by the fire and spin ;
Then call your neighbours in.
USHY cow bonny, let down thy
milk, And I will give thee a gown of
A gown of silk and a silver tee, If thon wilt let down thy milk to me.
AFFY-down-dilly has come up
to town, * In a yellow petticoat, and a
ANCE, little baby, dance up high,
round and round;
will sing, With the merry coral, ding, ding,