The Only True Mother Goose Melodies
by Anonymous - page 6


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There was an old woman lived under the hill,
And if she's not gone she lives there still.
Baked apples she sold, and cranberry pies,
And she's the old woman that never told lies.

25
Shoe the colt,
Shoe the colt,
Shoe the wild mare;
Here a nail,
There a nail,
Colt must go bare.

26
There were two birds upon a stone,
Fal de ral--al de ral--laddy.
One flew away, and then there was one,
Fal de ral--al de ral--laddy.
The other flew after, and then there was none,
Fal de ral--al de ral--laddy.
So the poor stone was left all alone,
Fal de ral--al de ral--laddy.
One of these little birds back again flew,
Fal de ral--al de ral--laddy.
The other came after, and then there were two,
Fal de ral--al de ral--laddy.
Says one to the other, Pray how do you do,
Fal de ral--al de ral--laddy.
Very well, thank you, and pray how are you,
Fal de ral--al de ral--laddy.

27
I'll tell you a story
About Mary Morey,
And now my story's begun.
I'll tell you another
About her brother,
And now my story's done.

28
Nose, Nose, jolly red Nose,
And what gave you that jolly red Nose?
Nutmegs and cinnamon, spices and cloves,
And they gave me this jolly red Nose.

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Sweep, sweep,
Chimney sweep,
From the bottom to the top,
Sweep all up,
Chimney sweep,
From the bottom to the top
 

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