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Doctor Foster went to Gloucester

Doctor Foster went to Gloucester
In a shower of rain;
He stepped in a puddle,
Right up to his middle,
And never went there again.

(ODNR: 170)



フォスター先生はグロスターへ行った

フォスター先生 グロスターへ
篠つく雨の中を行く
そして はまった 水溜まり
体 半分 水の中
二度と行かないグロスター

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Doctor Faustus was a good man

Doctor Faustus was a good man,
He whipped his scholars now and then;
When he whipped them he made them dance
Out of Scotland into France,
Out of France into Spain,
And then he whipped them back again.

(ODNR: 162)



ファウスタス先生は良い先生

ファウスタス先生は良い先生
いつも生徒をビシ ビシ ビシ
鞭打ち 躍らせ 追い回す
スコットランドからフランスへ
フランス出たならスペインへ
そしてまたまたビシ ビシ ビシ
お尻を叩いて追い回す



Memo:

※縄跳び歌です。跳び損ねてお尻に縄が当たってしまう様を『(お仕置きの)鞭打ち』になぞらえています。

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Ding, dong, bell

Ding, dong, bell,
Pussy's in the well.
Who put her in ?
Little Johnny Green.
Who pulled her out?
Little Tommy Stout.
What a naughty boy was that,
To try to drown poor pussy cat,
Who never did him any harm,
And killed the mice in his father's barn.

(ODNR: 134)



ディン・ドン・ベル

ディン・ドン ベルが鳴る
仔猫は井戸の中にいる
誰が放り込んだんだ?
そいつはリトル・ジョニー・グリーン
誰が救い上げたんだ?
そいつはリトル・トミー・スタウト
なんて悪い子なんだろう
哀れな仔猫を投げ込むなんて
いたずらなんかしなかったのに
納屋のねずみを退治したのに

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Did you see my wife, did you see, did you see

Did you see my wife, did you see, did you see,
Did you see my wife looking for me ?
She wears a straw bonnet, with white ribbands on it,
And dimity petticoats over her knee.

(ODNR: 528)

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Dance, Thumbkin, dance

Dance, Thumbkin, dance,
Dance, ye merry men, every one:
But Thumbkin, he can dance alone,
Thumbkin, he can dance alone.

Dance, Foreman, dance,
Dance, ye merry men, every one:
But Foreman, he can dance alone,
Foreman, he can dance alone.

Dance, Longman, dance,
Dance, ye merry men, every one:
But Longman, he can dance alone,
Longman, he can dance alone.

Dance, Ringman, dance,
Dance, ye merry men, every one:
But Ringman, he can dance alone,
Ringman, he can dance alone.

Dance, Littleman, dance,
Dance, ye merry men, every one:
But Littleman, he can dance alone,
Littleman, he can dance alone.

(ODNR: 501)

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Doodledy, doodledy, doodledy, dan

Doodledy, doodledy, doodledy, dan;
I'll have a piper to be my good-man;
And if I get less meat, I shall have game,
Doodledy, doodledy, doodledy, dan.

(ODNR: 415)

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Dingty diddlety

Dingty diddlety,
My mammy's maid,
She stole oranges,
I am afraid;
Some in her pocket,
Some in her sleeve,
She stole oranges,
I do believe.

(ODNR: 316)

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Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John

Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John,
Went to bed with his trousers on;
One shoe off, and one shoe on,
Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John.

(ODNR: 275)

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Dingle dingle doosey

Dingle dingle doosey,
The cat's in the well,
The dog's away to Bellingen
To buy the bairn a bell.

(ODNR: 135)

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Dickery, dickery, dare

Dickery, dickery, dare,
The pig flew up in the air;
The man in brown soon brought him down,
Dickery, dickery, dare.

(ODNR: 131)

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