Nursery Rhymes Garage

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Who's that ringing at my door bell?

Who's that ringing at my door bell?

Who's that ringing at my door bell?
A little pussy cat that isn't very well.
Rub its little nose with a little mutton fat,
For that's the best cure for a little pussy cat.

(ODNR: 430)

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Who's that ringing at my door bell?

Who's that ringing at my door bell?
A little pussy cat that isn't very well.
Rub its little nose with a little mutton fat,
For that's the best cure for a little pussy cat.

(ODNR: 430)

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What is the rhyme for porringer?

What is the rhyme for porringer?
What is the rhyme for porringer?
The king he had a daughter fair
And gave the Prince of Orange her.

(ODNR: 422)

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Whose little pigs are these, these, these ?

Whose little pigs are these, these, these ?
Whose little pigs are these?
They are Roger the Cook's
I know by their looks;
I found them among my peas.
Go pound them, go pound them.
I dare not on my life,
For though I love not Roger the Cook
I dearly love his wife.

(ODNR: 413)

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What's the news of the day

What's the news of the day,
Good neighbour, I pray?
They say the balloon
Is gone up to the moon.

(ODNR: 375)

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Will you lend me your mare to ride a mile ?

Will you lend me your mare to ride a mile ?
No, she is lame leaping over a stile.
Alack! and I must go to the fair,
I'll give you good money for lending your mare.
Oh, oh! say you so ?
Money will make the mare to go.

(ODNR: 334)

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Where are you going to, my pretty maid?

Where are you going to, my pretty maid?
I'm going a-milking, sir, she said,
Sir, she said, sir, she said,
I'm going a-milking, sir, she said.

May I go with you, my pretty maid?
You're kindly welcome, sir, she said.

Say, will you marry me, my pretty maid?
Yes, if you please, kind sir, she said.

What is your father, my pretty maid ?
My father's a farmer, sir, she said.

What is your fortune, my pretty maid?
My face is my fortune, sir, she said.

Then I can't marry you, my pretty maid.
Nobody asked you, sir, she said.

(ODNR: 317)

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When Jacky 's a good boy

When Jacky 's a good boy,
He shall have cakes and custard;
But when he does nothing but cry,
He shall have nothing but mustard.

(ODNR: 268)

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What's in the cupboard?

What's in the cupboard?
Says Mr. Hubbard.
A knuckle of veal,
Says Mr. Beal.
Is that all?
Says Mr. Ball.
And enough too,
Says Mr. Glue;
And away they all flew.

(ODNR: 232)

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Warm, hands, warm

Warm, hands, warm,
The men are gone to plough,
If you want to warm your hands,
Warm your hands now.

(ODNR: 201)

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