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There were two birds sat upon a stone,
Fal de ral—al de ral-laddy. One New away, and then there was one,
Fal de ral—al de ral—laddy. The other flew after, and then there was none,
Fal de ral-al de ral-laddy. So the poor stone was left all alone,
Fal de ral—al de ral--laddy. One of these little birds back again flew,
Fal de ral—al de ral-laddy. The other came after, and then there were two,
Fal de ral—al de ral—-laddy. Says one to the other, Pray how do you do,
Fal de ral—al de ral-laddy. Very well, thank you, and pray how are you,
Fal de ral—al de ral—laddy.
Nose, Nose, jolly red Nose,
And they gave me this jolly red Nose.
Sweep all up,
Climb by rope,
Or climb by ladder, Without either
I'll climb farther.
One misty, moisty morning,
When cloudy was the weath :r,
How do you do, and how do you do?
- 850In April's sweet month,
When tbe leaves 'gin to spring,
Little lambs skip like fairies
And birds build and sing.
There was an od woman tost up in a blanket,
Shoe the horse, and shoe the mare,
And we shall have snow,
Poor thing! He'll sit in the barn
And keep himself warm,
Cold and raw the north winds blow
Bleak in the morning early,
And winter's now come fairly.