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Ladybird, ladybird, fly away home
Lang and lazy
Little Boopeep has lost her sheep
Little Boy Blue
Little Brown Betty lived at the “Golden Can"
Little Jack Horner
Little Jack Jingle
Little Jenny Wren fell sick upon a time
Little lamb, who made thee?
Little maid, little maid, whither goest thou ?
Little Tom Tucker
London Bridge is broken down

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Madam, I am come to court you
March borrowed from April -
March said to April
Merry, merry sparrow
Mist in May, and heat in June
Mistress Mary
Mony a frost, and mony a thowe
Mony haws, mony snaws
Moorachug and Meenachug went out to gather fruit
Multiplication is vexation
My dear, don't you know
My Lady Wind, my Lady Wind

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Needles and pins, needles and pins
Nievie, nievie, nicknack

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Oh, dear! what can the matter be?
Oh, mother, I'm to be married to Mr. Punchinello
Oh that I was where I would be
Old King Cole was a merry old soul
Old Mother Hubbard
Old woman, old woman, shall we go a-shearing?
Once I saw a little bird
Once I was a monarch's daughter
One a penny, two a penny, hot cross buns
One little, two little, three little Indian

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One ran away

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One, two, three, four, five
One 's sorrow, two 's mirth
One's unlucky
On Saturday night
On Tintock tap there is a mist
Our wean 's the most wonderfu' wean e'er I saw

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Pease porridge hot, pease porridge cold
Peese-weep, peese-weep
Pillycock, pillycock, sat on a hill
Piping down the valleys wild
Please to remember
Poor old Robinson Crusoe
Proud Preston
Purple, yellow, red, and green
Pussie cat, pussie cat, [Where have you been ?]
Pussie cat, pussie cat, wilt thou be mine?
Pussie, pussie, baudrons
Put your finger in the corbie's hole

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Rainie, rainie, rattlestone
Rain, rain
Riddle

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me, rot, tot, tot
Ride a cock horse [To Banbury Cross]
Robin and Richard

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Says Robin to Jenny, “If you will be mine”
See saw, sacradown
Seventeen, sixteen, fifteen
Shoe the colt
Simple Simon met a pieman -
Sing a song of sixpence, a bag full of rye
Snail, snail, come out of your hole
Snail, snail, put out your horns
Snail, snail, shoot out your horn
Sneel, snaul .
Solomon Grundy
Sunny, sunny shower
Swing 'em, swang 'em, bells at Wrangham

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Taffy was a Welshman -
The bonnie, bonnie bairn, wha sits poking in the ase
The cattie sits in the kiln-ring
The cock doth crow
The cuckoo comes in April
The cuckoo is a fine bird
The doggies gaed to the mill
The evening red and the morning grey
The first day of Christmas
The herring loves the merry moonlight
The King of France, with forty thousand men
The King of France, with twenty thousand men
The king sent his lady on the first Yule day ·
The lion and the unicorn [Fighting for the crown] -
The lion and the unicorn were fighting for the crown
The little priest of Felton
The man in the moon
The men of the East
The merle and the blackbird
The north wind doth blow
The old man in the wilderness asked me
The Queen of Hearts
The robin redbreast and the wren (Are God Almighty's

cock and hen]
The robin redbreast and the wren [Cast out]
The rose is red, the violet's blue
The rule of the road is a paradox quite
The wind blows cold
Them that gant
There was a crooked man, and he went a crooked mile
There was a frog lived in a well
There was a jolly miller once lived on the river Dee
There was a king met a king
There was a little guinea-pig
There was a little man [And he had a little gun]
There was a little man (And he wooed a little maid]
There was a maid went to the mill
There was a man in Thessaly
There was an old crow
There was an old man (And he had a calf]
There was an old man, and he lived in a wood
There was an old man in a velvet coat..

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INDEX OF THE FIRST LINES.

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There was an old man of Derby
There was an old man of Tobago ·
There was an old woman (Lived under a hill]
There was an old woman (Lived under a hill]
There was an old woman, and, what do you think?
There was an old woman, as I have heard tell
There was an old woman, called Nothing-at-all
There was an old woman had three sons
There was an old woman in Surrey
There was an old woman sat spinning
There was an old woman was tossed in a blanket
There was an old woman who lived in a shoe
There was a piper had a cow
There was a wee bit mousikie
There was a wife that had a bonnie bush o' berries
There were a little boy and a little girl
There were three jovial Welshmen
There were three sisters in a hall
There were two birds sat on a stone
There were two blackbirds sat upon a hill
Thirty days hath September -
This is the house that Jack built
This is the man that brake the barn
This is the way the ladies ride
This little pig went to market
Thomas a Tattamus took two T's -
Though a lass be ne'er so fair
Three blind mice -
Three children sliding on the ice
Three wise men of Gotham
To make your candles last for aye -
Tommy Trot, a man of law
Tom Thumb, the piper's son
To talk of the weather is nothing but folly
To-whoo! to-whoo !
Trip upon trenchers, and dance upon dishes
Tweed said to Till
Twinkle, twinkle, little star
Two legs sat upon three legs

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Up hill and down dale -

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Up hill ride me not
Up the hill take care of me
We will a' gae sing, boys
Wee Willie Winkie rins through the town
“We'll go a-shooting,” says Robin to Bobbin
We're all dry with drinking on't
What care I how black I be
When April blows his horn
When good King Arthur ruled this land
When the pea's in bloom
When the voices of children are heard on the green
Where are you going, my pretty maid ?
Where the scythe cuts and the sock rives
Who killed Cock Robin ?
Who's that knocking at my door, Katherine Nipsy ?
Who's there?
Will you buy syboes?

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Yankee Doodle came to town
You know that Monday is Sunday's brother

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