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NURSERY RHYMES - VII

Oh, soldier, soldier, will you marry me,

With your musket, fife, and drum?

Oh, no pretty maid, I cannot marry you

For I have no coat to put on.

Then away she went

To her grandfather's chest

And brought him one of the very very best,

And the soldier put it on.

Oh, soldier, soldier, will you marry me,

With your musket, fife, and drum?

Oh, no pretty maid, I cannot marry you

For I have no socks to put on.

Then away she went

To her grandfather's chest

And brought him a pair of the very very best,

And the soldier put them on.

Oh, soldier, soldier, will you marry me,

With your musket, fife, and drum?

Oh, no pretty maid, I cannot marry you

For I have no shoes to put on.

Then away she went

To her grandfather's chest

And brought him a pair of the very very best,

And the soldier put them on.

Oh, soldier, soldier, will you marry me,

With your musket, fife, and drum?

Oh, no pretty maid, I cannot marry you

For I have no hat to put on.

Then away she went

To her grandfather's chest

And brought him one of the very very best,

And the soldier put them on.

Oh, soldier, soldier, will you marry me,

With your musket, fife, and drum?

Oh, no pretty maid, I cannot marry you

For I have a wife at home.

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