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Oh What a Merry Land is England!

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Oh What a Merry Land is England!

Oh What a Merry Land is England!

Little Jack Horner sat in a corner,
Eating his Christmas pie,
     Singing "Oh, what a merry land is England"
He stuck in his thumb and he pulled out a plum
And said "Oh what a good boy am I"
     Singing "Oh, what a merry land is England"

cho:
Hail to Britannia, God save the king
    These times be good times, else we would not sing.
    Hokey Pokey, penny a loaf, taste before you buy
    Singing "Oh, what a merry land is England"

Old Mrs. Hubbard went to the cupboard
To get her daughter a dress.
     Singing "Oh, what a merry land is England"
But when she got there, the cupboard was bare
And so was the daughter, I guess
     Singing "Oh, what a merry land is England"

Little Bo-Peep has lost her sheep
And doesn't know where to find 'em
     Singing "Oh, what a merry land is England"
Leave 'em alone and they'll come home
Dragging their tails behind 'em
     Singing "Oh, what a merry land is England"

recorded by Irene and Tony Saletan
RG
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