Ballads & Songs of Southern Michigan-songbook

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458         Ballads and Songs of Michigan
6   "O where shall the wedding supper be ?" "Way down yonder in a hollow tree."
7   "What shall the wedding supper be?" "A black-eyed pea and a cup o' tea."
8   The first came in was Mr. Snake, And he brought the wedding cake.
9   Next came in was Mr. Flea, Bow and fiddle upon his knee.
io Next came in was Mr. Tick, Ate so much it made him sick.
ii Next came in was Dr. Fly,
Said, "Mr. Tick, you're going to die."
A Froggie Did a-Courting Go Sung in 1935 by Mr. Charles Bunting, Alger. A text of six stanzas.

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