The Traditional Children's Games of England Scotland
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376          WHO GOES ROUND MY STONE WALL
III. Who goes round this stoney wa' ? Nane but Johnnie Lingo.
Tak care and no steal ony o' my fat sheep away ! Nane but ane.                            —Galloway (J. G. Carter).
IV. Who goes round my pinfold wall ? Little Johnny Ringo. Don't steal all my fat sheep! No more I will, no more I may, Until I've stol'n 'em all away, Nip, Johnny Ringo.                 —Addy's Sheffield Glossary.
V. Who's that walking round my sandy path ? Only Jack and Jingle. Don't you steal none of my fat geese ! Yes, I will, or No, I won't. I'll .take them one by one, and two by two, and call them Jack and Jingle.
—Barnes, Surrey (A. B. Gomme).
VI. Who runs round my pen pound ? No one but old King Sailor.
Don't you steal all my sheep away, while I'm a wailer! Steal them all away one by one, and leave none but old King Sailor.
—Raunds (Northants Notes and Queries, i. p. 232).







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