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

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XXXVIII. Rise, Sally Walker,
Rise if you can (Northumberland), Sprinkle in the pan (Yorks. and Midlands), Rise, Sally Walker, For a young man. Choose to the east, Choose to the west,
You love best.
Now you're married, I wish you joy, First a girl, And then a boy.
•Hexham (Miss J. Barker).
XXXIX. Sally Waters, Sally Waters, come rise if you can, Come rise in the morning, all for a young man; Come choose, come choose, come choose if you can, Come choose a good one or let it alone.
—Monton, Lancashire (Miss Dendy).
XL. Sally Waters, Sally Waters, Come rise if you can, Come rise in the morning, All for a young man. First to the east, then to the west, Then to the bonny lass that you love best.

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