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Overview Pages. Subject Reference. English Dictionaries. Bilingual Dictionaries. The Oxford Companion to Children's Literature 2 ed. Find at OUP. Read More. Subscriber sign in. Forgot password? He tried to run back to his house, but in vain, For scores of fat Pigs came again and again: They rushed out of stables and hovels and doors; They tore off his stockings, his shoes, and his drawers; And now from the housetops with screechings descend 21 Laughable Lyrics Striped, spotted, white, black, and gray Cats without end: They jumped on his shoulders and knocked off his hat, When Crows, Ducks, and Hens made a mincemeat of that; They speedily flew at his sleeves in a trice, And utterly tore up his Shirt of dead Mice; They swallowed the last of his Shirt with a squall,— Whereon he ran home with no clothes on at all.

Discobbolos Climbed to the top of a wall. They took up a roll and some Camomile tea, And both were as happy as happy could be, Till Mrs. It has just come into my head, Suppose we should happen to fall!!!!! Darling Mr. And might you not break a bone? It never occurred to me before, That perhaps we shall never go down any more! What put it into your head To climb up this wall, my own Darling Mr.

But now I believe it is wiser far To remain for ever just where we are. It has just come into my head We shall never go down again, Dearest Mrs. So Mr. There is no more trouble ahead, Sorrow or any such thing, For Mr. For his Hat was a hundred and two feet wide, With ribbons and bibbons on every side, And bells, and buttons, and loops, and lace, So that nobody ever could see the face Of the Quangle Wangle Quee. But the longer I live on this Crumpetty Tree 25 Laughable Lyrics The plainer than ever it seems to me That very few people come this way And that life on the whole is far from gay!

But there came to the Crumpetty Tree Mr. May we build a nest on your lovely Hat? Quangle Wangle, grant us that! O please let us come and build a nest Of whatever material suits you best, Mr. Quangle Wangle Quee! An Indian Poem. Below her home the river rolled With soft meloobious sound, Where golden-finned Chuprassies swam, In myriads circling round. Ye Fair, beware! Nor sit out late at night, Lest horrid Cummerbunds should come, And swollow you outright.

Is he tall or short, or dark or fair? Does he sit on a stool or a sofa or chair, Is he wise or foolish, young or old? Does he drink his soup and his coffee cold, Does he sing or whistle, jabber or talk, And when riding abroad does he gallop or walk, Does he wear a turban, a fez, or a hat? Or do they, whenever they can, rebel, If he catches them then, either old or young, Does he have them chopped in pieces or hung, Do his people prig in the lanes or park? The Akond of Swat? Laughable Lyrics Or even at times, when days are dark, Does he study the wants of his own dominion?

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Does he live on turnips, tea, or tripe? Does he like his shawl to be marked with a stripe, Does he like to lie on his back in a boat Like the lady who lived in that isle remote, Is he quiet, or always making a fuss?

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Is his steward a Swiss or a Swede or a Russ, Does he like to sit by the calm blue wave? Or to sleep and snore in a dark green cave, Does he drink small beer from a silver jug?

Or a bowl? Laughable Lyrics Does he wear a white tie when he dines with friends, And tie it neat in a bow with ends, Does he like new cream, and hate mincepies?

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And, Cook! I I was an Inkstand new, Papa he likes to use it; He keeps it in his pocket now, For fear that he should lose it. I cannot read a bit! That Villain is a Thief! Get in, my little master! We will, my little master! Laughable Lyrics.

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