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DAFFY-DOWN-Dilly has come up to town.
Dame, get up and bake your pies.
Dame, what makes your ducks to die?.
Dance, Thumbkin, dance . . . .
Dance to your daddy.
Darby and Joan were dress’d in black ..
Deedle, deedle, dumpling, my son John
Did you see my wife, did you see, did you see?
Diddledy, diddledy, dumpty . .
Ding, dong, bell . . . .
Doctor Faustus was a good man . . .
Doctor Foster went to Glo'ster . . .
Draw a pail of water . . . . .
FIDDLE-DE-DEE, fiddle-de-dee. ..
Flour of England, fruit of Spain .
For every evil under the sun. .
For want of a nail, the shoe was lost
Formed long ago, yet made to-day.
Four and twenty tailors went to kill a snail
Friday night's dream . . . .
Gay go up and gay go down . .
Georgey Porgey, pudding and pie.
Girls and boys, come out to play .
God bless the master of this house .
Goosey, goosey, gander
Great A, little a. .
Grey goose and gander . .
He that would thrive . .
Hector Protector was dressed all in green
Here am I, little jumping Joan
Here comes a lusty wooer .
Here sits the Lord Mayor'.
Here stands a post . .
Hey! diddle, diddle . .
Hey, my kitten, my kitten .
Hickety, pickety, my black hen
Hickory, Dickory, Dock
Hickup, hickup, go away! .
Hickup, snicup . .
“ Hie, hie,” says Anthony
Higgley Piggley .
High diddle ding
Hink, minx ! the old witch winks .
Hot-cross Buns . . . .
How many days has my baby to play?
How many miles is it to Babylon? .
Humpty Dumpty sate on a wall .
Hush-a-bye, baby, on the tree top . .
Hushy baby, my doll, I pray you don't cry
I Am a gold lock . . . . . .
I doubt, I doubt, my fire is out
I had a little dog, and they called him Buff
I had a little hen, the prettiest ever seen .
I had a little husband . . . .
I had a little nut-tree, nothing would it bear .
I had a little pony . .
I have a little sister, they call her Peep, Peep,
I love little pussy, her coat is so warm
I love my love with an A, because he's Agreeable
I love sixpence, pretty little sixpence
I saw a peacock with a fiery tail .
I saw a ship a-sailing . . . . .
I saw three ships come sailing by . ..
I went to the wood and got it
I went up one pair of stairs .
I would if I cou'd . . .
If all the seas were one sea . .
If all the world was apple-pie .
If I'd as much money as I could spend
If ifs and ands . . . .
If wishes were horses .
If you love me, pop and fly. . .
If you sneeze on Monday, you sneeze for danger
I'll sing you a song ,
I'll tell you a story .
In fir tar is . . .
In marble walls as white as milk
In the month of February .
Is John Smith within ?.
Jack and Jill went up the hill
Jack, be nimble . . .
Jack in the pulpit, out and in.
Jack Sprat could eat no fat.
Jacky, come give me thy fiddle .
Jenny Wren fell sick . .
Jim and George were two great lords
John Cook had a little grey mare; he, haw, hum! .
Johnny shall have a new bonnet . . . . 93
King's Sutton is a pretty town . . . . 266
Little girl, little girl, where have you been ?
Little Jack Horner sat in a corner .
Little Miss Muffet . . . .
Little Nancy Etticoat.
March winds and April showers .
Mary had c pretty bird . . . . .
Master I have, and I am his man .
Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.
Merry are the bells, and merry would they ring
Mistress Mary, quite contrary
Monday's bairn is fair of face
Multiplication is vexation ..
My dear, do you know .
My father he died, but I can't tell you how .
My lady Wind, my lady Wind
My little old man and I fell out .
My maid Mary.
My true love lives far from me . . .
Nature requires five .
Needles and pins, needles and pins .
O THAT I was where I would be.
Oh, madam, I will give you the keys of Canterbury .
Old Abram Brown is dead and gone ..
Old Betty Blue . . . . . . .
Old King Cole . . . . . . .
Old Mother Goose, when .
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Old Mother Hubbard . . . . . .
Old Mother Twitchett had but one eye.
Old woman, old woman, shall we go a-shearing ?
Once I saw a little bird
One misty moisty morning .
PAT-A-CAKE, pat-a-cake, baker's man!
Pease-pudding hot . .
Peter Piper picked a peck
Peter White will ne'er go rig
Please to remember . . . .
Polly put the kettle on .
Poor old Robinson Crusoe .
Punch and Judy . .
Pussicat, wussicat, with a white foot
Pussy-cat, pussy-cat, where have you been?
Pussy-cat sits by the fire • • .
Pussy sits behind the fire
QUEEN Anne, Queen Anne, you sit in the sun.
RABBIT, rabbit, rabbit-pie .
Rain, rain, go away
Ride a cock-horse to Banbury Cross (
Ride a cock-horse to Banbury Cross (2)
Ride a cock-horse to Banbury Cross
Ride away, ride away, Johnny shall ride .
Ring the bell . .
Robert Barnes, fellow fine
Robin and Richard were two pretty men.
Robin the Bobbin, the big-bellied Ben .
Rock-a-bye, baby, thy cradle is green .
Rosemary green . . . . .
Rub a dub dub . . .
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