The Lady That Loved a Swine


There was a lady loved a swine,
“Honey!” quoth she;
“Pig-hog, wilt thou be mine?”
“Hoogh!” quoth he.

“I’ll build thee a silver sty,
Honey!” quoth she;
“And in it thou shalt lie!”
“Hoogh!” quoth he.

“Pinned with a silver pin,
Honey!” quoth she;
“That thou mayest go out and in,”
“Hoogh!” quoth he.

“Wilt thou have me now,
Honey?” quoth she;
“Speak, or my heart will break,”
“Hoogh!” quoth he.

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