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
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.
Follow her to London, Follow her to London ; Follow her to London, As you have done before.
—Tean, North Staffs, (from a Monitor in the School).
XII. Round and round the village, &c, As you have done before.
In and out the windows, as you have done before.
Stand and face your lover, &c.
Follow me to London, &c.
—Roxton, St. Neots (Miss E. Lumley).
XIII. Out and in the windows, Out and in the windows ; Out and in the windows, As you have done before.
Stand before your lover, Stand before your lover; Stand before your lover, As you have done before.
Follow her to London, Follow her to London; Follow her to London, Before the break of day.
—Fraserburgh (Rev. W. Gregor).







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