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230 Indiana University Publications, Folklore Series
2.     He rode up to Miss Mousie's door,
Uh-huh! He rode up to Miss Mousie's door, Just as he had done before.
Uh-huh!
3.      Says he, "Is Mistress Mousie in?"
Uh-huh! Says he, "Is Mistress Mousie in?" "Yes, don't you hear her big wheel spin?"
Uh-huh!
4.     Down he jumped and in he walked,
Uh-huh! Down he jumped and in he walked, And he and Miss Mousie began to talk.
Uh-huh!
5.     He took Miss Mousie on his knee,
Uh-huh! He took Miss Mousie on his knee, And said, "Miss Mousie, will you marry me?"
Uh-huh!
6.     Down she jumped and away she went,
Uh-huh! Down she jumped and away she went; Said she'd have to ask Uncle Rat's consent.
Uh-huh!
7.     Uncle Rat he laughed till he shook his fat sides,
Uh-huh! Uncle Rat he laughed till he shook his fat sides, To think his niece would be a frog's bride.
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8.   "Who shall the wedding company be?"
Uh-huh! "Who shall the wedding company be?" "June-bug, dog, and a little red flea."
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