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Merry have we met, and merry have we been;
Merry let us part, and merry meet again;
With our merry sing-song, happy, gay, and free,
And a merry ding-dong, happy let us be !

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HREE blind mice, see how they run !

They all ran after the farmer's wife, Who cut off their tails with the carving-knife; Did you ever see such fools in your life?

Three blind mice.

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HERE was a frog liv'd in a well,

Kitty alone, Kitty alone; There was a frog liv'd in a well,

Kitty alone, and I !

There was a frog liv'd in a well,

And a farce' mouse in a mill;
Cock me cary, Kitty alone,
Kitty alone and I.

This frog he would a-wooing ride,

Kitty alone, &c.;
This frog he would a-wooing ride,
And on a snail he got astride,

Cock me cary, &c.

1 Merry.

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Quoth he, “Miss Mouse, I'm come to thee,”

Kitty alone, &c.; Quoth he, “Miss Mouse, I'm come to thee, To see if thou canst fancy me;

Cock me cary, &c.

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

Kitty alone, &c.;
Quoth she, “ Answer I'll give you none,
Until my uncle Rat come home; ”

Cock me cary, &c.

And when her uncle Rat came home,

Kitty alone, &c.; And when her uncle Rat came home, . “Who's been here since I've been gone?”

Cock me cary, &c.

“Sir, there's been a worthy gentleman,”

Kitty alone, &c.; “Sir, there's been a worthy gentleman, That's been here since you've been gone;

Cock me cary, &c.

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