There Was A Monkey

There was a monkey climbed a tree,

When he fell down, then down fell he.

There was a crow sat on a stone,

When he was gone, then there was none.

There was an old wife did eat an apple,

When she had ate two, she had ate a couple

There was a horse going to the mill,

When he went on, he stood not still.

There was a butcher cut his thumb,

When it did bleed,  then blood did come.

There was a lackey ran a race,

When he ran fast, he ran a pace.

There was a cobbler clouting shoon,

When they were mended, they were done.

There was a chandler making a candle,

When he them strip, he did them handle.

There was a navy went to Spain,

When it returned it came again.

› There Was A Monkey

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