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Cocks And Hens Post by :ksmytles Category :Poems Author :Eliza Lee Cabot Follen Date :May 2011 Read :3305

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Cocks And Hens

(To imitate the call of the fowls.)


Hen. Cock, cock, cock, cock,
I've laid an egg;
Am I to gang ba-are-foot?

Cock. Hen, hen, hen, hen,
I've been up and down,
To every shop in town,
And cannot find a shoe
To fit your foot,
If I'd crow my hea-art out.

(To be said very quickly, except the last two words in each verse,
which are to be "screamed" out.)





(The end)
Eliza Lee Cabot Follen's poem: Cocks And Hens

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