Nursery Rhymes Garage

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If all the world were paper

If all the world were paper,
And all the sea were ink,
If all the trees were bread and cheese,
What should we have to drink ?

(ODNR: 548)

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I went to the wood and I got it

I went to the wood and I got it;
I sat me down, and I sought it;
I kept it still against my will
And so by force home I brought it.

(ODNR: 547)

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If wishes were horses

If wishes were horses
Beggars would ride;
If turnips were watches
I would wear one by my side.

(ODNR: 534)

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I am a pretty wench

I am a pretty wench,
And I come a great way hence,
And sweethearts I can get none:
But every dirty sow
Can get sweethearts enough,
And I pretty wench can get none.

(ODNR: 526)

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I went to the toad that lies under the wall

I went to the toad that lies under the wall,
I charmed him out, and he came at my call;
I scratched out the eyes of the owl before,
I tore the bat's wing: what would you have more?

(ODNR: 506)

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I'll sing you a song, The days are long

I'll sing you a song,
The days are long,
The woodcock and the sparrow;
The little dog has burnt his tail,
And he must be hanged tomorrow.

(ODNR: 485)

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I'll sing you a song, Nine verses long

I'll sing you a song,
Nine verses long,
For a pin;
Three and three are six,
And three are nine;
You are a fool,
And the pin is mine.

(ODNR: 484)

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I love sixpence, jolly little sixpence

I love sixpence, jolly little sixpence,
I love sixpence better than my life;
I spent a penny of it, I lent a penny of it,
And I took fourpence home to my wife.

Oh, my little fourpence, jolly little fourpence,
I love fourpence better than my life;
I spent a penny of it, I lent a penny of it,
And I took twopence home to my wife.

Oh, my little twopence, jolly little twopence,
I love twopence better than my life;
I spent a penny of it, I lent a penny of it,
And I took nothing home to my wife.

Oh, my little nothing, jolly little nothing,
What will nothing buy for my wife?
I have nothing, I spend nothing,
I love nothing better than my wife.

(ODNR: 480)

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I have four sisters beyond the sea

I have four sisters beyond the sea,
Perrie, Merrie, Dixie, Dominie;
And they each sent a present to me,
Petrum, Partrum, Paradisi, Temporie,
Perrie, Merrie, Dixie, Dominie.

The first sent a chicken, without e'er a bone,
Perrie, Merrie, Dixie, Dominie;
The second a cherry, without e'er a stone,
Petrum, Partrum, Paradisi, Temporie,
Perrie, Merrie, Dixie, Dominie.

The third sent a book which no man could read,
Perrie, Merrie, Dixie, Dominie;
The fourth sent a blanket, without e'er a thread,
Petrum, Partrum, Paradisi, Temporie,
Perrie, Merrie, Dixie, Dominie.

How can there be a chicken without e'er a bone ?
Perrie, Merrie, Dixie, Dominie;
How can there be a cherry without e'er a stone?
Petrum, Partrum, Paradisi, Temporie,
Perrie, Merrie, Dixie, Dominie.

How can there be a book which no man can read ?
Perrie, Merrie, Dixie, Dominie;
How can there be a blanket without e'er a thread ?
Petrum, Partrum, Paradisi, Temporie,
Perrie, Merrie, Dixie, Dominie.

When the chicken's in the egg-shell there is no bone,
Perrie, Merrie, Dixie, Dominie;
When the cherry's in the bud, there is no stone,
Petrum, Partrum, Paradisi, Temporie,
Perrie, Merrie, Dixie, Dominie.

When the book's in the press, no man it can read,
Perrie, Merrie, Dixie, Dominie;
When the blanket's in the fleece there is no thread,
Petrum, Partrum, Paradisi, Temporie,
Perrie, Merrie, Dixie, Dominie.

(ODNR: 478)

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I saw three ships come sailing by

I saw three ships come sailing by,
Come sailing by, come sailing by,
I saw three ships come sailing by,
On New-Year's day in the morning.

And what do you think was in them then,
Was in them then, was in them then?
And what do you think was in them then,
On New-Year's day in the morning ?

Three pretty girls were in them then,
Were in them then, were in them then,
Three pretty girls were in them then,
On New-Year's day in the morning.

One could whistle, and one could sing,
And one could play on the violin;
Such joy there was at my wedding,
On New-Year's day in the morning.

(ODNR: 471)

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