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SA CAT came singing out of a barn,
| With a pair of bag-pipes under On her arm;
She could sing nothing but
fiddle de dee, The mouse has married the humble bee.
fiddle ce u
DILLAR a dollar,
DUCK and a drake,
Is another notch,
A LITTLE old man and I fell out;
How shall we bring this matter 3 about?
Bring it about as well as you can,
nos las FOR LITTLE boy and a little girl 21 lived in an alley.
Said the little boy to the little
girl, Shall I? oh shall I ? Said the little girl to the little boy,
What will you do? Said the little boy to the little girl, I
will kiss you.
A LONG-TAIL'D pig, or a short-
A sow-pig, or a boar pig,
MAN of words and not of deeds
Is like a garden full of weeds; a And when the weeds begin to
It's like a garden full of snow; And when the snow begins to fall, It's like a bird upon the wall; And when the bird away does fly, It's like an eagle in the sky; And when the sky begins to roar, It's like a lion at the door; And when the door begins to crack, It's like a stick across your back; And when your back begins to smart, It's like a penknife in your heart; And when your heart begins to bleed, You're dead, and dead, and dead, in
A PIE sate on a pear tree,
A pie sate on a pear tree, 15 A pie sate on a pear tree,
Heigh O! heigho! heigh O!
Once so merrily hopp'd she,
I S I was going to St. Ives,
E I met a man with seven wives,
Every sack had a cat,
Kits, cats, sacks, and wives, How many were there going to St.
S I was going up Pippin-hill,
Pippin-hill was dirty,
And she dropped mea curtsey.
Blessings light upon you !
I'd spend it all on you.