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OFF WE GO TO NURSERY RHYME LAND by Paula Dixon
Off we go to Nursery Rhyme Land And who do you think we’ll see?
All of the folks from Nursery Rhyme Land Will be there with you and me.
Old King Cole will wear a great crown And Jack and Jill just might fall down!
Little Bo-Peep can bring her sheep, While Little Boy Blue is fast asleep!
Twinkle the star will blink and shine. While Mary will tend her plants so fine.
Peter will show his pumpkin house. Peter will show his pumpkin house. We’ll see a clock and a climbing mouse.
Three small kittens will sigh and cry While Humpty-Dumpty sits up high.
Lil’ Miss Muffet will bring some whey. Jack who’s nimble will jump and play.
Cow from the moon will sing so sweet. The Queen of Hearts will bake a treat!
It’s time to say good-by for now. Nursery Rhyme folks, please take a bow!
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