Ding, dong, castle bells, Tell me where my mother dwells: Bury me in the old churchyard, Beside my oldest brother. My coffin shall be black, Six angels at my back; Two to sing, and two to pray, And two to carry my soul away.
Green peas, mutton pies, Tell me where my mother lies; I'll be there before she dies, And cuddle in her bosom.
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