Mother Goose Melodies

Children's Songs & Nursery Rhymes
James Miller Version, Circa 1869

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38                            MOTHER GOOSE'S MELODIES.
The damsels are churning for curds and whey; The damsels are churning for curds and whey; The lads in the fields are making hay, With a hop, step, and a jump.
THERE was an old woman had nothing, And there came thieves to rob her; When she cried out she made no noise, But all the country heard her,
YOU shall have an apple, Tou shall have a plum; Tou shall have a rattle-basket, When your dad comes home.
A COW and a calf, An ox and a half, Forty good shillings and three, Is not that enough tocher For a shoemaker's daughter, A bonny lass with a black e'e?