The Traditional Children's Games of England Scotland
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ROUND AND ROUND THE VILLAGE            129
XIV. In and out of the window, In and out of the window ; In and out of the window, 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.
Give me a kiss, my darling, Give me a kiss, my darling; Give me a kiss, my darling, As you have done before.
Follow me to London, Follow me to London ; Follow me to London,
As you have done before.
—Hanbury, Staffordshire (Miss E. Hollis).
XV. Marching round the ladies,
Marching round the ladies, as you have done before. 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, as you have done before. Follow me to London,
Follow me to London, as you have done before. Bring me back to Belfast,
Bring me back to Belfast, as you have done before.
—Belfast, Ireland (W. R. Patterson).
XVI. Come gather again on the old village green,
Come young and come old, who once children have been. Such frolics and games as ne'er before were seen, We join in riots and play [? riotous]. Take her off to London, Take her off to London, Take her off to London. vol. 11.                                                                       1







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