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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352                         WE ARE THE ROVERS
What care we for the red coat men, &c.
We are all King George's men, &c.
We are all King William's men, &c.
—Auchencairn, Kirkcudbright (Prof. A. C. Haddon).
XII. Have you any bread and wine, bread and wine, bread and wine ? Have you any bread and wine ? Come a theiry, come a thory.
Yes, we have some bread and wine, &c.
Will you give us a glass of it ? &c.
Yes, we'll give you a glass of it, &c.
Will you give us two glasses of it ? &c.
Yes, we'll give you two glasses of it, &c.
Will you give us a pint of it ? &c.
A pint of it you shall not get, &c.
We will break your window pane, &c.
We will tell the policemen, &c.
What care we for the policemen, &c.
We will tell the red coat men, &c.
What care we for the red coat men, &c.
We will tell the magistrate, &c.
What care we for the magistrate, &c.
Will you try a fight with us ? &c.
Yes, we'll try a fight with you, &c.
Are you ready for it now ? &c.
Yes, we're ready for it now, &c.
—Perth (Rev. W. Gregor).
XIII. Have you got any bread and wine, bread and wine, bread and wine ? Have you got any bread and wine ? Come a theory, oary mathorie.







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