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374 Indiana University Publications, Folklore Series
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Oh, when a girl is about sixteen........................................... 332
O I've just returned from the salt-water sea............................... 139
Old Dan Tucker was a fine old man....................................... 341
Old Dan Tucker was a queer old man..................................... 341
Old Dan Tucker went to town............................................. 340
Old Miss Flipper Flopper flopped out of bed............................... 323
O Mother, Mother, come read me a riddle.................................. 65
O Mother, O Mother, come riddle me this................................ 63
O Mother, O Mother, come riddle my story................................. 59
O Mother she told me to open the door................................... 255
On a bright summer morning, the weather being fair....................... 215
OnceT like you, I had a true-love,......................................328
One Friday in the month of May......................................... 132
One morning in June Sweet William arose.......:.......................... 71
One morning, one morning, one morning in May...........................350
O rise up, Willie Reilly, and come along with me............................ 260
uO Sally, O Sally, O Sally!" said he........................................ 164
O the snow w<ts fastly falling............................................ 304
O to me the time draws nigh.............................................. 348
Out of the way for old Dan Tucker......................................... 341
O who will shoe my pretty little foot?.................................... 95
O who will shoe your feet, my dear?........................................ 94
O who will shoe your little foot?........................................... 95
Pa will shoe my pretty little feet........................................... 96
Physicians of the highest rank............................................ 308
Pretty Polly, 'pretty Polly, come go with me............................298, 299
Raccoon's got a bushy tail................................................. 334
Remember well and bear in mind........................................... 339
She picked up her dear little babe..........................................  147
Slack your rope, hangs-a-man.............................................  125
So fare you well, my own true-love.........................................    92
Soldier, soldier, will you marry me.........................................  357
Speed, bonnie boat, like a bird on the wing.................................  326
Sweet William he rose one morning in May.................................    76
Sweet William turned over to his wedded lady..............................    78
The beggar tore off the patch from his eye..................................  356
The carrion crow he sat upon an oak........................................  291
The devil came to the farmer's one day.....................................  155
There lived a Romish lady___.............................................  257
There was a frog lived in a spring...........................................  324
There was a jolly ship that sailed upon the sea..............................  162
There was a lady in London Town.........................................    97
There was a man in our town...............................................  335
There was a man lived in our town.........................................  337
There was a mighty sheep, sir..............................................  31S
There was an old lady of the North Countree...............................    43
There was an old man and he lived out West................................  151








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