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" Boy and the Sheep * Lazy sheep, pray tell me why In the pleasant field you lie, Eating grass and daisies white, From the morning till the night: Everything can something do; But what kind of use are you... "
140 Folk-songs with Piano Accompaniment - Page 7
edited by - 1921 - 154 pages
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Rhymes for the nursery. By the authors of 'Original poems'.

Ann Taylor - 1818
...white, From the mornhig till the night? Every thing can something do, But what kind of use are you? Nay, my little master, nay, Do not serve me so, I...Don't you see the wool that grows On my back, to make you clothes? Cold, and very cold you'd get, If I did not give you it. True, ft seems a pleasant thing,...
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Introductory English reading book

William Jillard Hort - Readers - 1822 - 171 pages
...white, From dewy morn to darksome night? Every thing can something do, But what kind of use are you? Nay, my little master, nay, Do. not serve me so, I...; Don't you see the wool that grows On my back, to give you clothes? Cold, and very cold you'd be, Did you get no wool from me. Then the fartner comes...
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Rhymes for the Nursery

Jane Taylor, Ann Taylor - Children's poetry, English - 1824 - 96 pages
...white, From the morning till the night ? Every thing can something do, But what kind of use are you ? Nay, my little master, nay, Do not serve me so, I...Don't you see the wool that grows On my back, to make you clothes? Cold, and very cold you'd get, If I did not give you it. True, it seems a pleasant thing...
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Rhymes for the Nursery

Jane Taylor - Blacks - 1831 - 96 pages
...white, From the morning till the night ? Every thing can something do, But what kind of use are you ? Nay, my little master, nay, Do not serve me so, I...Don't you see the wool that grows On my back, to make you clothes? Cold, and very cold you'd get, If I did not give you it. True, it seems a pleasant thing...
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Rhymes for the nursery, by the author of Original poems

Ann Taylor - 1836
...white, From the morning till the night ? Every thing can something do, But what kind of use are you ? Nay, my little master, nay, Do not serve me so, I...Don't you see the wool that grows On my back, to make you clothes ? Cold, and very cold, you'd be, If you had not wool from me. True, it seems a pleasant...
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Rhymes for the Nursery

Nursery rhymes - 1837 - 112 pages
...white, From the morning till the night? Every thing can something do, But what kind of use are you ? Nay, my little master, nay, Do not serve me so, I...that grows On my back, to make your clothes ? Cold, and very cold you'd get, If I did not give you it. True, it seems a pleasant thing To nip the daisies...
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The Mother's Assistant and Young Lady's Friend, Volumes 4-5

Child rearing - 1844
...,- r ,-, U p VUU 91 U ^ ^ ^ U ^ I From the morning till the night,E v'ry thing can something do. 2 Nay, my little master, nay Do not serve me so I pray,...that grows On my back to make your clothes ? Cold, oh, very cold you'd be If I did not give it thee. 3 Sure it seems a pleasant thing; Nipping dasies...
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The Book of Nursery Rhymes, Tales, and Fables: A Gift for All Seasons

Lawrence Lovechild - Nursery rhymes - 1847 - 102 pages
...white, From the morning until night ? Every thing can something do, But what kind of use are you ? Nay, my little master, nay, Do not serve me so, I...Don't you see the wool that grows On my back, to make you clothes ? Cold, yes, very cold, you'd be, If you had no wool from me. Then the farmer comes at...
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My Little Hymn Book

Children's poetry - 1850 - 144 pages
...white, From the morning till the night ? Every thing can something do, But what kind of use are you ? Nay, my little master, nay, Do not serve me so, I...that grows On my back to make your clothes ? Cold, and very cold, you'd get, If I did not give you it. Sure it seems a pleasant thing To nip the daisies...
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A poetry book for children [ed. by J.C.].

Poetry book - 1854
...white, From the morning till the night : Ev'ry thing can something do, But what kind of use are you ? Nay, my little master, nay, Do not serve me so, I...ah, very cold you'd be, If you had not wool from me. True, it seems a pleasant thing Nipping daisies in the spring; But what chilly nights I pass On the...
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