Dickery Dickery Dare

Dickery, dickery, dare,

The pig flew up in the air.

The man in brown

Soon brought him down!

Dickery, dickery, dare.

Davy Davy Dumpling

Davy Davy Dumpling,

Boil him in a pot;

Sugar him, and butter him,

And eat him while he's hot!

Dapple Gray

I had a little pony, his name was Dapple-Gray,

I lent him to a lady, to ride a mile away.

She whipped him, she slashed him,

She rode him through the mire;

I would not lend my pony now

For all the lady's hire.

Dance To Your Daddie

Dance to your daddy,

My bonnie laddie;

Dance to your daddy,

My bonnie lamb;

You shall get a fishy,

On a little dishy;

You shall get a fishy,

When the boat comes home.

Dance Thumbkin Dance

Dance, Thumbkin, dance,

Dance, ye merry men, every one;

But Thumbkin, he can dance alone,

Thumbkin, he can dance.

Dance, Pointer, dance,

Dance, ye merry men, every one;

But Pointer, he can dance alone,

Pointer, he can dance.

Dance, Longman, dance,

Dance, ye merry men, every one;

But Longman, he can dance alone,

Longman, he can dance.

Dance, Ringman, dance,

Dance, ye merry men, every one;

But Ringman, he can dance alone,

Ringman, he can dance.

Dance, Littleman, dance,

Dance, ye merry men, every one;

But Littleman, he can dance alone,

Littleman, he can dance.

Dance Little Baby

Dance, little Baby, dance up high!

Never mind, Baby, Mother is by;

Crow and caper, caper and crow,

There, little Baby, there you go.


Up to the ceiling, down to the ground,

Backwards and forwards, round and round;

Dance, little Baby and Mother will sing,

With the merry coral, ding, ding, ding!

Dame Trot And Her Cat

Dame Trot and her cat

Led a peaceable life,

When they were not troubled

With other folks' strife.


When Dame had her dinner,

Pussy would wait,

And was sure to receive

A nice piece from her plate.

Daffodils

Daffy-down-dilly

Has come to town

In a yellow petticoat

And a pretty green gown.