|Share page||Visit Us On FB|
' Ye doe ye to the market-place, And there buy ye a loaf o' wax;
xxx ' Ye shape it bairn and bairnly like, And in twa glasses e'en ye'll pit.
' And do ye to your mither then,
And bid her come to your boy's christ'nen,
' For dear's the boy he's been to you: Then notice weel what she shall do:
' And do you stand a little away, And listen weel what she shall say.'
He did him to the market-place, And there he bought a loaf o' wax.
He shaped it bairn and bairnly-like, And in 't twa glasses e'en he pat.
He did him till his mither then, And bade her to his boy's christ'nen.
And he did stand a little forbye, And noticed well what she did say'
' O wha has loosed the nine witch-knots That was among that ladie's locks ? .
pit] put. pat] did put. forbye] aside.