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Jerusalem, Lincs., Plough Play - 1914
4. Church Broughton, Derbyshire. [1930]

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Line Jerusalem, Lincs., Plough Play - 1914 4. Church Broughton, Derbyshire. [1930]
1. in comes i bold tom as bold as a lion  
2. a blacksmiths shop without any iron  
3. a pair of old bellows all full of holes  
4. an old iron stiddy and not many coals  
5. open spoken france and spain  
6. in comes our sargent on the the same  
7. in comes i the recruting sargent i ve arrived in here just now  
8. i have had orders from the queen to list all fellers that follow orse cart or plough  
9. likewise tinkers taylors pedlers and sailors fools at my advance  
10. the more i hear the fiddlers play the better i can dance  
11. what me a fool come to see you dance  
12. yes i can hear them dance sing or play  
13. if you begin to dance sing or play i shall quickly march away  
14. praps in a short time the lady will be here  
15. in comes the lady bright and gay big fortune make sweet charms  
16. its scornful how i m thrown away out of some dear one s arms  
17. he swears if i don t marry him that you will understand  
18. he ll list all for a soldier and go to some foreign land  
19. do you love me pretty fair maiden  
20. yes unto my sorrow  
21. when st to be our wedding day  
22. tommy loves tomorrow toorooriadio tommys wed tommorio  
23. stop stop stop  
24. whats all thi dancing and jiggin about eres a tight boy to dance  
25. i can dance on a barley chaff riddle  
26. it will neither bend nor break one strand  
27. i am going to ask all you stickmejacks to me and ladys wedding  
28. and what you like the best you must bring on with you  
29. i know what me and me lady likes and what me lady is goin to have  
30. we re going to have a barley chaff dumplin buttered with wool  
31. and a gallon of ropy ale to it  
32. so its ladies and gentlemen s you ve eerd all my part  
33. i can act the fools part just as well as any other  
34. only wait a short time perhaps old dame jane will be ere  
35. in cums i old dame jane with a neck as long as a crane  
36. dib dab over the meadow  
37. once i was a blooming maid but now i am a down right old widow  
38. tommy its a long time since i sawt thee but now i ve caught thee  
39. since all my joys exhausted  
40. since you called me what you did pray tommy take your bastard  
41. look at its chin its nose its eyes  
42. its as much like you as ever it could bin  
43. what is it he male or shemale  
44. take your feeder and spoon it  
45. shemale  
46. all mines hemale  
47. thats my leg you old faggit ive note ter thank you for  
48. only wait a short time old eezum squeezum  
49. in cums i old eezum squeezum  
50. on me back i carry my beezum  
51. in mi hand a whip leather frying pan and in my hand a dripping pan
52. bread an cheeze in a bag puddin in a lantern  
53. if you had been where ive been you would never be wanted  
54. is there anybody here can stand afore this  
55. yes i can for my head is made of iron my body is made of steel  
56. and no one can make me feel my shins is muttle bone  
57. aw carnt they  
58. five pound for a doctor  
59. ten pound to stop away  
60. fifteen pound and he must come at once  
61. in comes i the doctor here am i the doctor
62. what you a doctor  
63. yes i ve travelled for it by my travels
64. where ve you travelled  
65. i ve travelled all over the world  
66. i ve travelled england scotland france and spain  
67. three times round the world and back again to old england ten times round the world
68. havnt you been nowhere else  
69. yes i once went three mile yon side york  
70. to an old lady called misses cork  
71. she fell upstairs with an empty teapot full of flour  
72. and grazed her shinbone just above her elbow  
73. and made her stocking bleed  
74. what pains can you cure what canst thou cure
75. i can cure the hipsy pipsy palsy gout i can cure the itch the stitch the grunt and the gout
76. pain within and pain without a pain within and a pain without
77. draw tooth set a leg  
78. cure almost any pain in the head  
79. clever doctor try your skill  
80. thank you sir so i will  
81. is that the strongest part about a man  
82. its the strongest part about a woman  
83. i ve a little bottle in my inside coat trousers waistcoat pocket  
84. he wants a little of my wiff waff here jack take a sup of my nip nap
85. just rubbin round is tiff taff and let it run down thy tip tap
86. this man is not dead hes only in a trance  
87. come rise up old man and lets have a dance  
88. if you can t dance we can sing  
89. come rise up old man and lets begin  
90. good master and good mistress as you sit round your fire  
91. remember us poor ploughboys who plough through mud and mire  
92. the mire it is so very deep the water runs so clear  
93. give what you like to our money box and a mug of your best beer  
94. good master and good mistress you see our fool as gone  
95. we make it in our busness to follow him alone  
96. he swears if i don t marry him as you will understand  
97. he ll list all for a soldier and go to some foreign land  
98. whoa whoa wopsy old boy which of you old boys can old my orse  
99. es a donkey es a rum un to kick  
100. mind he doesnt bite you my lads  
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