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B The Poor Tailor's High Relations
Sung in 1935 by Mrs. Charles Muchler, Kalkaska, who as a child learned the song from her older brother; he would sit cross-legged on the floor and go through the motions of sewing to amuse her and the other children as he sang
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1 My father's a bishop in London, My brother's a justice of peace, My sister's an apple pie baker, She will ask us all home to the feast.
Ti-ink-ti-a-jolly-wolly-dido, Ti-ink-ti-a-jolly-wolly-dee, Ti-ink-ti-a-jolly-wollyKiido, Indin, indin, my knee.

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