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AMERICAN BALLADS AND SONGS 235-
The miller he stole corn, and the weaver he stole yarn,
And the little tailor stole broadcloth For to keep these three rogues warm.
And the little tailor stole broadcloth For to keep these three rogues warm.
Now the miller got drowned in his dam, and the weaver got hung in his yarn,
And the devil clapt his claws on the little tailor With the broadcloth under his arm,
And the devil clapt his claws on the little tailor, With the broadcloth under his arm. i
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LET'S GO TO THE WOODS
"Let's go to the woods," says Richard to Robin, "Let's go to the woods," says Robin to Bobin, "Let's go to the woods," says Johnny alone, "Let's go to the woods," says every one.
"What to do there?" says Richard to Robin, "What to do there?" says Robin to Bobin, "What to do there?" says Johnny alone, "What to do there?" says everyone.
"Shoot at my wren," says Richard to Robin, "Shoot at my wren," says Robin to Bobin, ''Shoot at my wren," says Johnny alone, "Shoot at my wren," says every one.