Nursery Rhymes Garage

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Mrs. Mason broke a bason

Mrs. Mason broke a bason,
Mrs. Frost asked her how much it cost,
Mrs. Brown said half-a-crown,
Mrs. Flory said what a story.

(ODNR: 344)

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My maid Mary

My maid Mary
She minds her dairy,
While I go a-hoeing and mowing each morn;
Merrily run the reel,
And the little spinning-wheel,
Whilst I am singing and mowing my corn.

(ODNR: 343)

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Mary, Mary, quite contrary

Mary, Mary, quite contrary,
How does your garden grow?
With silver bells and cockle shells,
And pretty maids all in a row.

(ODNR: 342)

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Margery Mutton-pie and Johnny Bo-peep

Margery Mutton-pie and Johnny Bo-peep,
They met together in Gracechurch Street;
In and out, in and out, over the way,
Oh, said Johnny, it's chop-nose day.

(ODNR: 338)

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My little old man and I fell out

My little old man and I fell out,
How shall we bring this matter about?
Bring it about as well as you can,
And get you gone, you little old man!

(ODNR: 330)

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Mr. Ibister, and Betsy his sister

Mr. Ibister, and Betsy his sister,
Resolved upon giving a treat ;
So letters they write,
Their friends to invite,
To their house in Great Camomile Street.

(ODNR: 247)

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My father was a Frenchman

My father was a Frenchman,
A Frenchman, a Frenchman,
My father was a Frenchman
And. he bought me a fiddle.
He cut it here,
He cut it here,
He cut it through the middle.

(ODNR: 174)

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My father left me three acres of land

My father left me three acres of land,
Sing ivy, sing ivy;
My father left me three acres of land,
Sing holly, go whistle and ivy!

I ploughed it with a ram's horn,
Sing ivy, sing ivy;
And sowed it all over with one peppercorn,
Sing holly, go whistle and ivy!

I harrowed it with a bramble bush,
Sing ivy, sing ivy ;
And reaped it with my little penknife,
Sing holly, go whistle and ivy!

I got the mice to carry it to the barn,
Sing ivy, sing ivy;
And thrashed it with a goose's quill,
Sing holly, go whistle and ivy!

I got the cat to carry it to the mill,
Sing ivy, sing ivy;
The miller he swore he would have her paw,
And the cat she swore she would scratch his face,
Sing holly, go whistle and ivy!

(ODNR: 158)

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My lather he left me, just as he was able

My lather he left me, just as he was able,
One bowl, one bottle, one table,
Two bowls, two bottles, two tables,
Three bowls, three bottles, three tables ...

(ODNR: 157)

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My father he died, but I can't tell you how

My father he died, but I can't tell you how, He left me six horses to drive in my plough:
With a whim, wham, wabble ho!
Jack's lost Ills saddle oh!
Blossy boys, bubble oh!
Over the brow.

I sold my six horses and bought me a cow,
I'd fain have made a fortune, but didn't know how:
With a whim, wham, wabble ho!
Jack's lost his saddle oh!
Blossy boys, bubble oh!
Over the brow.

I sold my cow and bought me a calf,
I never made a bargain but I lost the better half:
With a whim, wham, wabble ho!
Jack's lost his saddle oh!
Blossy boys, bubble oh!
Over the brow.

I sold my calf and bought me a cat,
To lie down before the fire and warm its little back:
With a whim, wham, wabble ho!
Jack's lost his saddle oh!
Blossy boys, bubble oh!
Over the brow.

I sold my cat and bought me a mouse,
But she fired her tail and burnt down my house :
With a whim, wham, wabble ho!
Jack's lost his saddle oh!
Blossy boys, bubble oh!
Over the brow.

(ODNR: 156)

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