The Traditional Children's Games of England Scotland
& Ireland In Dictionary Form - Volume 2

With Tunes(sheet music), Singing-rhymes(lyrics), Methods Of Playing with diagrams and illustrations.

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ROUND AND ROUND THE VILLAGE
Follow me to London, Follow me to London; Oh, follow me to London, As you have done before.
—Wakefield, Yorks. (Miss Fowler).
IV. Round and round the village, In and out of the window; Stand and face your lover, As you have done before; Oh, stand and face your lover, As you have done before, O.
Follow me to London, Follow me to London; Follow me to London, As you have done before.
—Winterton and Bottesford, Lincolnshire (Miss M. Peacock).
V. Round and round the village, Round and round the village; Round and round the village, As you have done before.
In and out the windows, In and out the windows; In and out the windows, As you have done before.
Stand and face your lover, Stand and face your lover; Stand and face your lover, As you have done before.
Shake hands with your lover, Shake hands with your lover; Shake hands with your lover, As you have done before.
—From girls of Clapham High School (Miss F. D. Richardson).







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