Mother Goose by Kate Greenaway

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Why, give her another, To match the other, And then she -ivi/l cwalk in t-ivo. blonv me your horn, Billy boy blue, come the co-ivs'' sheeps"" in the meadow, The in the corn j you mind your sheep. Under the Haycock fast asleep? vay Girls 'The and moon boys come out to play, it shines, as bright as day; Leave your supper and leave your , And come deep, your playmates in the street Come with a whoop, come cwit/i a call, Come with a good --will, or come not at all; Up A to the ladder 5 and down halfpenny loaf -Tvi/l the wall, serve us all.

Blonv me your horn, Billy boy blue, come the co-ivs'' sheeps"" in the meadow, The in the corn j you mind your sheep. Under the Haycock fast asleep? vay Girls 'The and moon boys come out to play, it shines, as bright as day; Leave your supper and leave your , And come deep, your playmates in the street Come with a whoop, come cwit/i a call, Come with a good --will, or come not at all; Up A to the ladder 5 and down halfpenny loaf -Tvi/l the wall, serve us all. I/ Here am When nobody V 'with me, I'm I, little jumping 'Joan t al-ivays alone.

What did he sing for? Why, white bread and How How butter. can I cut it without a knife? can I marry without a wife? Little Miss Mu/et, Sat on a tu/et, Eating some curds and -ivhey There came a great spider, And sat down beside And frightened Miss j her, Muffet away. Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall See-Saw-Jack in Which is the ivay 3? If the hedge. to London-bridge? 9 $ Little lad, little lad, Where ivast thou born? Far off in Lancashire, Under a thorn Where they sup sour milk From a rams horn.

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