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TITTLE Miss, pretty Miss,

Blessings rest upon you;
If I had half-a-crown a day
I'd spend it all upon you.

TITTLE Miss Muffett,

She sat on a tuffet,
Eating of curds and whey;

There came a great spider,
Who sat down beside her,
And frighten'd Miss Muffet

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DANCE, Thumbkin, dance,

Dance, ye merrymen, every one; For Thumbkin, he can dance alone, Thumbkin, he can dance alone.

Dance, Foreman, dance,
Dance, ye merrymen, every one;
But Foreman, he can dance alone,
Foreman, he can dance alone.

Dance, Middleman, dance,
Dance, ye merrymen, every one;
For Middleman, he can dance alone,
Middleman, he can dance alone.

Dance, Ringman, dance,
Dance, ye merrymen, every one;
For Ringman, he can dance alone,
Ringman, he can dance alone.

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Dance, Littleman, dance,
Dance, ye merrymen, every one;
For Littleman, he can't dance alone,
Littleman, he can't dance alone.

COOK

THE man in the wilderness asked me,
1 How many strawberries grew in the sea ?
I answer'd him, as I thought good,
As many as red herrings grew in the wood.

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THERE was an old woman went up in a
1 blanket,

Ninety-nine times as high as the moon :
But where she was going nobody could tell,

For under her arm she carried à broom.

Old woman, old woman, old woman, said I,

Whither, 0 whither, whither so high?
O, I'm sweeping the cobwebs off the sky,

And I'll come down to you bye and bye.

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