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K:C W:1 W:As I was going to Aylesbury all on a market day W:A pretty little Aylesbury girl I met upon the way W:Her business was to market with butter, cheese and whey W:And we both jogged on together my boys fol-der-o diddle-o-day W:And we both jogged on together my boys fol-der-o diddle-o-day W: W:2 W:As we jogged on together my boys together side by side W:By chance this fair maid's garter it came untied W:For fear that she might lose it I unto her did say W:Your garter's come untied my love fol-der-o diddle-o-day W:Your garter's come untied my love fol-der-o diddle-o-day W: W:3 W:As we rode on together my boys to the outskirts of the town W:At length this fair young damsel she stopped and looked around W:O since you've been so venturesome pray tie it up for me W:O I will if you go to the apple grove fol-der-o diddle-o-day W:O I will if you go to the apple grove fol-der-o diddle-o-day W: W:4 W:And when we got to the apple grove the grass was growing high W:I laid this girl upon her back her garter for to tie W:While tying of her garter such sights I never did see W:And we both jogged on together my boys fol-der-o diddle-o-day W:And we both jogged on together my boys fol-der-o diddle-o-day W: W:5 W:O since you've had your will of me come tell to me your name W:Likewise your occupation and where and whence you came W:Ma name is Mickey the drover boy from Dublin town come I W:And I live at the sign of the Ups And Downs fol-der-o diddle-o-day W:And I live at the sign of the Ups And Downs fol-der-o diddle-o-day W: W:6 W:And when she got to Aylesbury her butter was not sold W:And the losing of her maidenhead it made her blood run cold W:He's gone, he's gone, he's gone, she said, he's not the lad for me W:For he lives at the sign of the Ups And Downs fol-der-o diddle-o-day W:For he lives at the sign of the Ups And Downs fol-der-o diddle-o-day % % % % %

					
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