King Boggen King Boggen : King Boggen, he built a fine new hall; Pastry and piecrust, that was the wall; The windows were made of black pudding and white, Roofed with pancakes – you never saw the like.
Keepsake Mill Keepsake Mill : Over the borders, a sin without pardon, Breaking the branches and crawling below, Out through the breach in the wall of the garden, Down by the banks of the river we go. Here is a mill with the humming of thunder, Here is […]
Katie Beardie Katie Beardie : Katie Beardie had a coo Black and white aboot the mou’ Wasnae that a dainty coo? Dance, Katie Beardie. Katie Beardie had a hen, Cackled but and cackled ben. Wasnae that a dainty hen? Dance, Katie Beardie. Katie Beardie had a wean Widnae […]
Just Like Me Just Like Me : ‘I went up one pair of stairs.’ ‘Just like me.’ ‘I went up two pairs of stairs.’ ‘Just like me.’ ‘I went into a room.’ ‘Just like me.’ ‘I looked out of a window.’ ‘Just like me.’ ‘And there I saw […]
Jumping Jeremiah Jumping Jeremiah : Jeremiah jumped in the fire. The fire was so hot, he jumped in the pot. The pot was so little, he jumped in the kettle. The kettle was black, he jumped in the crack. The crack was so high, he jumped in the […]
Jolly Miller Jolly Miller : There was a Jolly Miller once Lived on the river Dee. He worked and sang from morn to night, No lark so blithe as he. And this the burden of his song forever used to be, ‘I care for nobody, no, not