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Build it up with stone so strong,

Dance o'er my Lady Lee;
Huzza ! 'twill last for ages long,

With a gay lady.

C ONG legs, crooked thighs,
So Little head and no eyes.

What's that ?

N ARY, Mary,
V Quite contrary,

How does your garden grow ?
Silver bells,
By And cockle-shells,
And pretty maids all of a row.

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OOK at the rainbow, how

bright and gay It shines now the storm has

pass'd away.

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SEEDLES and pins, needles and

pins, Do When a man marries his trouble

begins.

FOX LD King Cole

Was a merry old soul, SU And a merry old soul was he; at He call'd for his pipe,

And he callid for his bowl, And he call’d for his fiddlers three, Every fiddler, he had a fiddle, And a very fine fiddle had he; Twee tweedle dee, tweedle dee, went

the fiddlers. Oh, there's none so rare, As can compare, With King Cole and his fiddlers three! SAXLD mother Hubbard

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Went to the cupboard,

To give her poor dog a bone ; at But when she came there

The cupboard was bare,
And so the poor dog had none.

She went to the baker's

To buy him some bread,
And when she came back

The poor dog was dead.

She went to the joiner's

To buy him a coffin,
And when she came back

The poor dog was laughing.

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She took a clean dish

To get him some tripe,
And when she came back

He was smoking his pipe.

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She went to the ale-house

To get him some beer,
And when she came back

The dog sat in a chair.
She went to the tavern

For white wine and red,
And when she came back

The dog stood on his head.
She went to the hatter's

To buy him a hat,
And when she came back

He was feeding the cat.
She went to the barber's

To buy him a wig,
And when she came back

He was dancing a jig.
She went to the fruiterer's

To buy him some fruit,
And when she came back

He was playing the flute.

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