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American Ballads and Folk Songs
The old man died for want of grief, Wasn't that a great relief! Oink-oink-oink.
There they lay all one, two, three,
Oink-oink-oink,
There they lay all one, two, three,
The man and the woman and the little piggee,
Oink-oink-oink.
There they laid all on a shelf,
Oink-oink-oink,
There they laid all on a shelf,
If you want any more, you can sing it yourself,
Oink-oink-oink.
Man and the woman, piggee!
FROG WENT A-COURTIN'
Frog went a-courtm* and he did ride, unh-hunh, Frog went a-courtin* and he did ride, unh-hunh, Sword and pistol by his side, unh-hunh, unh-hunh, [3IO]






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