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[G]Mary had a little lamb, [D7]little lamb, [G]little lamb
[G]Mary had a little lamb, it's [D7]fleece was white as [G]snow

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Hot Cross Buns
Traditional

[G]Hot cross buns, hot cross buns
[D7]One a penny, two a penny, [G]hot cross buns


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Humpty Dumpty
Traditional

[G]Humpty Dumpty [D7]sat on the [G]wall,
[G]Humpty Dumpty [D7]had a great[G] fall.
[C]All the king's [G]horses and [D7]all the king's [G]men,
[C]Couldn't put [G]Humpty to[D7]gether a[G]gain.


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Farmer In The Dell
Traditional

[F]Farmer in the dell, the farmer in the dell
Heigh oh, the derry oh, the farmer [C7]in the [F]dell.


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Hey, diddle diddle
Tradional

[G]Hey, diddle, diddle, that [D7]cat and the fiddle
[G]                        [D7]             
The cow jumped over the moon.
The [C]little dog laughed to [G]see such sport,
and the [D7]dish ran away with the [G]spoon.


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Hickory Dickory Dock
Traditional

[F]Hickory [C7]dickory [F]dock
The [Bb]mouse ran [F]up the [C7]clock,
The [Bb]clock struck one,
The [F]mouse ran down
[C7]Hickory dickory [F]dock


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Little Bo-peep
Traditional

[C]Little Bo-peep has [G7]lost her sheep
And [C]can't tell where to find them
[F]Leave them [C]alone and [G7]they'll come home
[C]Wagging their tails beh[G7]ind [C]them.


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London Bridges
Traditional

[F]London bridge is falling down, [C7]falling down, [F]falling down,
[F]London bridge is falling down, [C7]my fair [F]lady.


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Little Jack Horner
Traditional

[G]Little Jack Horner [C]sat in a corner
[D7]Eating a christmas [G]pie
He [G]put in his thumb
and [C]pulled out a plumb,
and [D7]cried, "What a good boy, am [G]I!"


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See Saw, Margery Daw
Traditional

[C]See-[G7]saw, [C]Margery [G7]Daw,
[C]Jack shall have a new [G7]master
[C]He shall [G7]have but a [C]penny a [G7]day
Be[C]cause he won't [F]work any [G7]fast[C]er


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Old MacDonald Had A Farm
Traditional

[G]              [C]      [G]          [D7]    [G]                                             
Old MacDonald had a farm, e-i-e-i-o

    [G]                [C]         [G]            [D7]    [G]                                  
And on this farm he had some chicks, e-i-e-i-o

With a [G]chick, chick here and a chick, chick there
[G]Here a chick, there a chick, everywhere a chick, chick
[G]              [C]      [G]          [D7]    [G]                                             
Old MacDonald had a farm, e-i-e-i-o
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Here We Go Looby Loo
Traditional

[C]Here we go looby loo,
Here we go looby [G7]light,
[C]Here we go looby loo,
[G7]All on a Saturday [C]night.

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'Round the Mulberry Bush
Traditional

[G]Here we go 'round the mulberry bush,
the [D7]mulberry bush, the mulberry bush.
[G]Here we go 'round the mulberry bush,
On a [D7]cold and frosty [G]morning.

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Polly Put The Kettle On
Traditional

[F]Polly put the kettle on,
[G7]Polly put the [C7]kettle on,
[F]Polly put the kettle on,
We'll [G7]all [C7]have [F]tea.

[F]Sukey, [C7]take it [F]off again,
[Bb]Sukey, [G7]take it [C7]off again,
[F]Sukey, [C7]take it [F]off again,
They've [G7]all [C7]gone [F]away.

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The Alphebet Song
Traditional

[F]H I [C]J K [G7]L M N O [C]P
[C]Q R [G7]S and [C]T U [G7]V
[C]       [G7]    [C]      [G7]                    
Double U X Y and Z
[C]Happy, happy [F]shall we [C]be
[F]When we've [C]learned our [G7]A B [C]C's


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Twinke, Twinkle, Little Star
Traditional

[C]Twinkle, twinkle [F]little [C]star
[F]How I [C]wonder [G7]what you [C]are
[C]Up abo[G7]ve the [C]sky so [G7]bright
[C]Like a [G7]diamond [C]in the [G7]night
[C]Twinkle, twinkle [F]little [C]star
[F]How I [C]wonder [G7]what you [C]are


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Jack And Jill
Traditional

[C]Jack and [F]Jill went [C]up the [F]hill
to [C]fetch a pail of [F]wat[C]er
[F]Jack fell [G7]down and [C]broke his crown
And [F]Jill came [G7]tumbling aft[C]er

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Pease Porridge Hot
Traditional

[C]Pease porridge hot
[F]Pease porridge [C]cold
[F]Pease porridge [C]in the pot
[G7]Nine days [C]old

[C]Some like it hot
[F]Some like it [C]cold
[F]Some like it [C]in the pot
[G7]Nine days [C]old
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|### |#### |#### |# |### Craig Bennett
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|#__ |# |#### |# |#_|# TheClyde is my nick on the IRC
|### |# |# |# |# |#### * MYND * SCM * GRATEFUL DEAD * CHT *

"When I use a word," Humpty Dumpty said, in a rather scornful tone,
"it means just what I choose it to mean - neither more nor less."

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