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The Little Woman and the Pedlar

Lyrics for the Children’s Songs

Arranged by Paul.Austin.Kelly and Richard.Durrant

for Walkingoliver.com
Quality Music for Children
 
This Song is featured on the album: Oliver Unleashed on British Isles 
 
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The Little Woman and the Pedlar

There was a little woman so I’ve heard tell

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And she went to market her eggs for to sell

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She went to market on a market day

And she fell asleep on the king’s highway

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There come by a pedlar whose name was Stout

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And he cut her petticoats all around and about

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He cut her petticoats up to her knees

Which made the old woman to shiver and sneeze

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When the little woman began to awake

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She began to shiver and she began to shake

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She began to shake and she began to cry

“Lord ha’ mercy on me, this is none of I!”

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“If this be I, as I suppose it be,”

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“I’ve a little dog at home and he knows me,”

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“If it be I he will wag his little tail,

And if it not be I he will bark and rail.”

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When the little woman went home in the dark

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Her little black dog he began for to bark

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He began to bark and she began to cry

“Lord ha’ mercy on me, this is none of I.”

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