Mother Goose

Children's Book of Songs & Nursery Rhymes, c1850

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A, B, C, tumble down D,
The cat's in the cupboard, and can't see me.
At Brill on the Hill, The wind blows shrill,
The cook no meat can dress; At Stow in the Wold The wind blows cold,
I know no more than this.
Tommy Trot, a man-of law, Bold his bed and lay upon straw: Sold the straw and slept on grass, To buy his wife a looking-glass.