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THE LAMB.
LITTLE lamb, who made thee?
Dost thou know who made thee,
Gave thee life, and bid thee feed
By the stream and o'er the mead ;
Gave thee clothing of delight,
Softest clothing, woolly, bright;
Gave thee such a tender voice,
Making all the vales rejoice;

Little lamb, who made thee ?
Dost thou know who made thee ?

Little lamb, I'll tell thee,
Little lamb, I'll tell thee.
He is called by thy name,
For He calls himself a Lamb;
He is meek, and He is mild,
He became a little child.
I a child and thou a lamb,
We are called by His name.

Little lamb, God bless thee !
Little lamb, God bless thee !

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THE LITTLE LOVERS. THERE were a little boy and a little girl

Who liv'd in an alley :
Says the little boy to the little girl,

“Shall I, oh, shall I ?”.
Says the little girl to the little boy,

“What shall we do?”. Says the little boy to the little girl,

“I will kiss you."

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SCOTTISH SONG OF NUMBERS.

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A SCOTTISH SONG OF NUMBERS.

We will a' gae sing, boys;
Where will we begin, boys ?
We'll begin the way we should,
And we'll begin at ane, boys.
Oh, what will be our ane, boys ?
Oh, what will be our ane, boys ?
My only ane she walks alane,
And evermair has done, boys.
Now we'll a' gae sing, boys;
Where will we begin, boys ?
We'll begin where we left off,
And we'll begin at twa, boys.
What will be our twa, boys ?
What will be our twa, boys ?
Twa’s the lily and the rose,
That shine baith red and green, boys;
My only ane she walks alane,
And evermair has done, boys.
We will a' gae sing, boys,
Where will we begin, boys ?
We'll begin where we left off,
And we'll begin at three, boys.

What will be our three, boys ?
What will be our three, boys ?
Three, three thrivers ;
Twa's the lily and the rose,
That shine baith red and green, boys;
My only ane she walks alane,
And evermair has done, boys.
We will a' gae sing, boys,
Where will we begin, boys ?
We'll begin where we left off,
And we'll begin at four, boys.
What will be our four, boys ?
What will be our four, boys ?
Four's the Gospel makers.

[The rest to be repeated as lefore.
We will a' gae sing, boys, &c.
What will be our five, boys ?
What will be our five, boys ?
Five's the hymnlers o’my bower, &c.
We will a' gae sing, boys, &c.
What will be our six, boys ?
What will be our six, boys ?
Six is the echoing waters, &c.

SCOTTISH SONG OF Numbers.

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We will a' gae sing, boys, &c.
What will be our seven, boys ?
What will be our seven, boys ?
Seven is the stars of heaven, &c.
We will a' gae sing, boys, &c.
What will be our eight, boys ?
What will be our eight, boys ?
Eight's the table rangers, &c.
We will a' gae sing, boys, &c.
What will be our nine, boys ?
What will be our nine, boys ?
Nine's the Muses of Parnassus, &c.
We will a' gae sing, boys, &c.
What will be our ten, boys ?
What will be our ten, boys ?
Ten's the Ten Commandments, &c.
We will a' gae sing, boys, &c.
What will be our eleven, boys ?
What will be our eleven, boys ?
Eleven's maidens in a dance, &c.
We will a' gae sing, boys, &c.

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