48 MOTHER GOOSES MELODIES.
J OHN O'Gudgeon he was a wild man, He whipt his children now and then : When he whipt them he made them dance. Out of Ireland into France.
GOOSEY goosey gander,
Whither dost thou wander ?
Up stairs, down stairs,
In my lady's chamber : There 1 met an old man,
Who would not say his prayers; I took him by the left leg,
And threw him down stairs.
U P in the green orchard there is a green tree, The finest of pippins that ever you see: The apples are ripe, and ready to fall, And Reuben and Robin shall gather them all.
L AZY Tom with jacket blue, Stole his father's gouty shoe. The worst of harm that dad can wish him, Is that his gouty shoe may fit him.
T HREE straws on a staff, Would make a baby cry and laugh.