Witch Old Witch

Witch, old witch, how do you fly?

On a broomstick going by.

Witch, old witch, what do you wear?

Black old clothes and uncombed hair.

Witch, old witch, what do you eat?

Little green bugs and pickled pigs feet.

Witch, old witch, what do you drink?

Apple cidar vinegar and midnight ink.

Witch, old witch, do you live in a house?

I live in a haystack, with a little mouse.

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