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THERE were two blackbirds sat upon a hill,
The one named Jack, the other named Gill;
Fly away Jack, fly away Gill;
Come again Jack, come again Gill.

THE MOUSE AND THE CHEESE.

THERE was a wee bit mousikie,

That lived in Gilberlaty, O! It could not get a bit of cheese

For cheetie poussie cattie, O! It said unto the cheesikie

Oh, fain would I be at ye, O! If it were not for the cruel paws

Of cheetie poussie cattie, O!"

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THERE was a frog lived in a well,

Kitty alone, Kitty alone; There was a frog lived in a well,

Kitty alone and I.
There was a frog lived in a well,
And a farce* mouse in a mill,

Cock me cary, Kitty alone,
Kitty alone and I.

Merry.

There WAS A FROG.

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This frog, he would a-wooing ride,

Kitty alone, Kitty alone;
This frog, he would a-wooing ride,

Kitty alone and I.
This frog, he would a-wooing ride,
And on a snail he got astride,

Cock me cary, Kitty alone,

Kitty alone and I. He rode till he came to my Lady Mouse' hall,

Kitty alone, Kitty alone; He rode till he came to my Lady Mouse' hall,

Kitty alone and I; He rode till he came to my Lady Mouse' hall, And there he did both knock and call,

Cock me cary, Kitty alone,

Kitty alone and I. Quoth he, “Miss Mouse, I'm come to thee,”

Kitty alone, Kitty alone; Quoth he, “Miss Mouse, I'm come to thee,

Kitty alone and I.
Quoth he, “ Miss Mouse, I'm come to thee,
To see if you will fancy me,”

Cock me cary, Kitty alone,
Kitty alone and I.

Quoth she, “Answer I'll give you none,"

Kitty alone, Kitty alone; Quoth she, "Answer I'll give you none,

Kitty alone and I. Quoth she, “Answer I'll give you none, Until my Uncle Rat comes home,"

Cock me cary, Kitty alone,

Kitty alone and I.
And when her Uncle Rat came home,

Kitty alone, Kitty alone;
And when her Uncle Rat came home,

Kitty alone and I. And when her Uncle Rat came home, “Who's been here since I've been gone?"

Cock me cary, Kitty alone,

Kitty alone and I. “Sir, there's been a worthy gentleman,”

Kitty alone, Kitty alone;
Sir, there's been a worthy gentleman,"
Kitty alone and I.
Sir, there's been a worthy gentleman,
That's been here since you've been gone,”

Cock me cary, Kitty alone,
Kitty alone and I.

THERE WAS A Frog.

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The frog he went whistling through the brook,

Kitty alone, Kitty alone ; The frog he went whistling through the brook,

Kitty alone and I.
The frog he went whistling through the brook,
And there he met with a dainty duck,

Cock me cary, Kitty alone,
Kitty alone and I.

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The duck she swallowed him up with a pluck,

Kitty alone, Kitty alone;
The duck she swallowed him up with a pluck,

Kitty alone and I.
The duck she swallowed him up with a pluck,
So there is an end of my history book,

Cock me cary, Kitty alone,
Kitty alone and I.

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