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I'LL GIVE TO YOU A PAPER OF PINS
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Boy 3. I'll give to you a nice easy chair, To sit and comb your golden hair If you will marry me, me, me, If you will marry me.
5. I'll give to you a bright silver spoon, To feed your babe this afternoon If you will marry me, me, me, If you will marry me.
7. Ill give to you a fine dress of green, To make you look like a real queen, If you will marry me, me, me, If you will marry me.
9. I'll give to you the key of my chest, So you'll have gold at your request, If you will marry me, me, me, If you will marry me.
11. I'll give to you the key to my heart, That we may love and never part, If you will marry me, me, me, If you will marry me.
Girl 4. I'll not accept your nice easy chair, To sit and comb my golden hair, And I'll not marry you, you, you, And I'll not marry you.
6. I'll not accept your bright silver spoon, To feed my babe this afternoon, And I'll not marry you, you,you, And I'll not marry you.
8. I'll not accept your fine dress of green, To make me look like a real queen, And I'll not marry you, you, you, And I'll not marry you.
to. I'll not accept the key of your heart, That I'll have gold at my request, And I'll not marry you,you,you, And I'll not marry you.
12. Yes, I'll accept the key to your heart, That we may love and never part, And I will marry you, you, you, And I will marry you.
Verses 1, 3, 5,7, 9 and 11 are sung by a boy, and verses 2, 4, 6, 8,10 and 12 by a little girl. The verses may be repeated by different children until all have taken part.






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