Mother Goose

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NUMBER number nine, This hoop's mine; Number number ten, Take it back again.
O NE'S none; Two's some; Three's a many; Four's a penny; Five is a little hundred.
OLD mother "Widdle "Waddle
jumped out of bed,
And out of the casement she
popp'd out her head, Crying, " The house is on fire, the
grey goose is dead, And the fox is come to the town,
ONCE I saw a little bird come hop, hop, hop ; So I cried, little bird, will you stop, stop, stop ? And was going to the window to say how do you do ? But he shook his little tail, and far away he flew.
OLD Mistress McShuttle Lived in a coal scuttle, Along with her dog and her cat; What they ate I can't tell, But 'tis known very well That none of the party were fat.
O NE, two, three, I love coffee, And Billy loves tea, How good you be. One, two, three, I love coffee, And Billy loves tea.
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