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24
ROBINSON CRUSOE.
2.  Prhaps you've read in a book Of a voyage he took,
And how the raging wave blew so!
That his ship with a shock
Drove plump on a rock, Nearly drowning poor Robinson Crusoe. O, poor Robinson Crusoe! &c.
3. Poor soul,none but he Remained in the sea.
Ah! cruel fate, how could you do so!
Till ashore he was thrown
On an Island unknown, 0! poor Robinson Crusoe.
O.poor Robinson Crusoe! &c.
4.  He got all the wood That ever he could,
And he stuck it together with glue, so!
That he made him a hut
In which he might put. The body of Robinson Crusoe.
O.poor Robinson Crusoe! &c.
5. He wore a high cap With a thick furry nap,
I wonder how he could do so! And he made him a coat From an old Nanny goat,
So clever was Robinson Crusoe.
O.poor Robinson Crusoe! &c.
6.  He had a man Friday To keep his house tidy,
Of course 'twas his duty to do so!
They lived friendly together;
Less like servant, than brother Was Friday to Robinson Crusoe.
0,poor Robinson Crusoe! &c.
7.  Once a fine English sail Came near within hail,
Then he took to his little canoe, so!
When he got to the ship
They gave him a trip, To England came Robinson Crusoe.
O.poor Robinson Crusoe! &c.
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