• Allalu Mo Wauleen (The Beggar’s Address To His Bag)

    GOOD neighbors, dear, be cautious,
    And covet no man’s pounds or pence.
    Ambition’s greedy maw shun,
    And tread the path of innocence!... more »

  • Amergin

    I AM the wind which breathes upon the sea,
    I am the wave of the ocean,
    I am the murmur of the billows,
    I am the ox of the seven combats,... more »

  • Any Soldier To His Son

    What did I do, sonny, in the Great World War?
    Well, I learned to peel potatoes and to scrub the barrack floor.
    I learned to push a barrow and I learned to swing a pick,
    I learned to turn my toes out, and to make my eyeballs click.... more »

  • Bah, Bah, Black Sheep

    Bah, bah, black sheep,
    Have you any wool?
    Yes, marry have I,
    Three bags full;... more »

  • Boys And Girls Come Out To Play

    Boys and girls come out to play,
    The moon does shine as bright as day;
    Come with a hoop, and come with a call,
    Come with a good will or not at all.... more »

  • Caesar's Song

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  • Dickery Dickery Dock

    Dickery, dickery dock,
    The mouse ran up the clock;
    The clock struck one,
    The mouse ran down,... more »

  • High Diddle Diddle

    High diddle, diddle,
    The cat and the fiddle,
    The cow jump'd over the moon;
    The little dog laugh'd... more »

  • Hush A By Baby

    Hush-a-by Baby
    On the tree top,
    When the wind blows
    The cradle will rock;... more »

  • I Know My Love

    I KNOW my Love by his way of walking,
    And I know my love by his way of talking,
    And I know my love dressed in a suit of blue,
    And if my Love leaves me, what will I do?... more »

  • Jack And Gill

    Jack and Gill
    Went up the hill,
    To fetch a pail of water;
    Jack fell down... more »

  • Jack Sprat

    Jack Sprat
    Could eat no fat,
    His wife could eat no lean;
    And so betwixt them both,... more »

  • Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ye

    WHILE going the road to sweet Athy,
    Hurroo! hurroo!
    While going the road to sweet Athy,
    Hurroo! hurroo!... more »

  • Little Jack Horner

    Little Jack Horner
    Sat in a corner,
    Eating of Christmas pye;
    He put in his thumb,... more »

  • Nell Flaherty’s Drake

    MY NAME it is Nell, right candid I tell,
    And I live near a dell I ne’er will deny,
    I had a large drake, the truth for to spake,
    My grandfather left me when going to die;... more »

  • The Maid Of The Sweet Brown Knowe

    COME all ye lads and lassies and listen to me a while,
    And I’ll sing for you a verse or two will cause you all to smile;
    It’s all about a young man, and I’m going to tell you now,
    How he lately came a-courting of the Maid of the Sweet Brown Knowe.... more »

  • The Moral

    You mustn't groom an Arab with a file.
    You hadn't ought to tension-spring a mule.
    You couldn't push a brumby fifty mile
    And drop him in a boiler-shed to cool.... more »

  • There Was An Old Woman

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  • This Pig Went To Market

    This pig went to market,
    That pig staid at home;
    This pig had roast meat,
    That pig had none;... more »

  • Three Wise Men Of Gotham

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