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AMERICAN BALLADS AND SONGS 237
She made some cheese and hung it on a pin. The grease ran out and the dirt sucked in.
The old book lies on the shelf.
If you want any more you can sing it yourself.
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WE'LL ALL GO DOWN TO ROWSER'S
We'll all go down to Rowser's,
We'll all go down to Rowser's,
We'll all go down to Rowser's, For there they keep the beer, For there they keep the beer, For there they keep the beer,
We'll all go down to Rowser's For there they keep the beer.
My father and mother were Irish, My father and mother were Irish, My father and mother were Irish,
And I was Irish too,
And I was Irish too,
And I was Irish too. My father and mother were Irish
And I was Irish too.
They kept the pig in the parlor, They kept the pig in the parlor, They kept the pig in the parlor,






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