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Rose, Rose, Rose Red


Rose Rose Rose Red Shall I Ever See Thee Wed I Will Marry At Thy Will Sire At Thy Will Ding Ding Ding Dong Wedding Bells On An April Morn Carve Her Name On A Moss Covered Stone On A Moss Covered Stone The Following Can Be Sang as a sort of round began after the first line. Ding Ding Ding Dong Funeral Bells On A September Morn Rose My Love Is Dead And Gone She’s Dead And Gone Hey Ho Nobody Home Food And Drink And Money Have I None Still I Will Be Merrily A’Roll And Nobody Home I Am A Little Poor Man My Shoes Are Worn And Thin I Have Little Pocket To Put A Penny In If You Haven’t Got A Penny A Hay Penny Will Do If You Haven’t Got a Hay Penny God Bless You




Can be sung in a round


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