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[NOTE: Several variations on this song are known to exist;
this text is not authoritative.]

IN AN ENGLISH COUNTRY GARDEN
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How many kinds of wildflowers grow,
In an English country garden?
We'll tell you now of some that we know;
Those we miss, you'll surely pardon!
Daffodils, heart's ease and flox,
Meadowsweet and lady smocks,
Gentian, lupine and hollyhocks;
Roses, foxgloves, snowdrops, and forget-me-nots,
In an English country garden!

What different insects flit to and fro,
In an English country garden?
We'll tell you now of some that we know;
Those we miss, you'll surely pardon!
Fireflies, moths, gnats and bees,
Spiders climbing in the trees,
Butterflies that float on the gentle breeze;
There are snakes, ants that sting,
And creepy-crawly things,
In an English country garden!

How many songbirds their plumage show,
In an English country garden?
We'll tell you now of some that we know;
Those we miss, you'll surely pardon!
Bobolink, cuckoo and quail,
Tanager and cardinal,
Bluebird, lark, thrush and nightingale;
There is joy in the spring,
When the birds begin to sing,
In an English country garden!

In an English country garden!

---End---

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[The following song is also performed to a variation on this
same tune.]

CHRISTMAS IS COMING
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[As performed for Little Golden Records, c.1960, by Anne Lloyd,
The Sandpipers, and Mitch Miller's Orchestra. It was recorded
on a flimsy, 6" diameter, 78rpm yellow plastic children's record.

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Christmas is coming, the geese are getting fat;
Won't you please put a penny in the old man's hat?
If you haven't got a penny, a ha'penny will do;
If you haven't got a ha'penny, God bless you!

Christmas day is coming, lights are on the tree;
Hang up your stocking for Santa Claus to see.
If you you haven't got a stocking, a little sock will do;
If you haven't got a little sock, God bless you!

[Instrumental Interlude.]

Christmas day is coming, the season of good cheer,
Let's all sing a carol for the brand-new year!
If you haven't got a carol, a jolly song will do;
If you haven't got a jolly song, God... bless... you...!

---End---

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