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La HICKETY, pickety, my black HERE comes a poor woman

from baby-land, eggs for gentlemen; With three small children in her Sometimes nine,

hand : Sometimes ten.

One can brew, the other can bake, Gentlemen come every day, The other can make a lily-white To see what my black hen doth lay. cake.

One can sit in the garden and spin, ERE we are on Tom Tiddler's Another can make a fine bed for ground,

the king, Picking up gold and silver. Pray ma'am will you take one in ?


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HTUMPTY Dumpty, sat on a wall;

Humpty Dumpty had a great fall ;
Not all the king's horses, nor all the king's, men,
Could set Humpty Dumpty up again.

HIERE we go round the mul- This is the way we brush our hair, berry bush,

Brush our hair,
Mulberry bush,

Brush our hair,
Mulberry bush,

This is the way we brush our hair, Here we go round the mulberry On a cold frosty morning.

On a cold frosty morning.

[Followed by “ This is the way we clean our boots,” etc.]


HEY ding a ding, what shall I HERE we go up, up, up,

And here we go down, How many holes in a skimmer ? downy; Four and twenty-my stomach's Here we go backwards an empty;

wards, Pray, Mamma, give me

And here we go round, dinner.




HUSH-A-BYE, baby, on the tree top,

When the wind blows the cradle will rock ; When the bough breaks, the cradle will fall,

Down comes hush-a-by, baby, and all.

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