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THE DEATH OF
W HO killed Cock Robin ?
I, said the Sparrow,
With my bow and arrow,
I killed Cock Robin.
There is the Sparrow who sent forth the arrow.
Who saw him die ?
I did,.said the Fly,
With my little eye,
I saw him die.
There is the Fly who saw Robin die.
The Death of Cock Robin.
Who caught his blood?
I did, said the Fish,
In my little dish,
I caught his blood.
There is the Fish that held the dish.
Who'll make his shroud ?
I, said the Beetle,
Can bring thread and needle;
So I'll make his shroud.
There is the Beetle, with thread and needle.
Who'll dig his grave?
I will, said the Owl,
With my spade and shovel,
I'll dig his grave.
There is the Owl with his spade and shovel.
THE SPARROW KILLING COCK ROBIN.
THE FISH WITH HIS DISH, AND THE BEETLE WITH HIS NEEDLE.
THE OWL WITH HIX SPA~DE, AND THE EOOK -WITH HIS BOOg.
THE LARK AS THE CLERK, AND THEKiITE AS THE HEARSE.
THE LINNET AS TORCH-BEARER- THE DOVE AS CHIEF MOURNER,
THE THRUSH SINGS THE DIRGE--THE BULL TOLLS THE BELL,
,The Death of Cock Robin. 3
Who will be Parson ?
I will, said the Rook,
I have a book,
So I will be Parson.
There is the Rook holding a book.
Who will be Clerk?
I will, said the Lark,
I can sing in the dark;
So I will be Clerk.
There is the Lark acting as Clerk.
Who'll carry him to the grave ?
I will, said the Kite,
I can come out at night;
So I'll carry him to the grave.
There is the Kite just taking flight.
Who'll bear the torch ?
I, said the Linnet,
Can fetch it in a minute;
So I'll bear the torch.
There is the Linnet; the torch has fire in it.
The Death of Cock Robin.
Who'll be chief mourner ?
I, said the Dove,
For I mourn for my love;
So I'll be chief mourner.
There is the Dove who mourned for her love.
Who'll come and sing ?
I, said the Thrush,
If others will hush,
I'll come and sing.
There .is the Thrush; he is saying, Hush!
Who'll toll the bell ?
I, said the Bull,
Because I 'can pull,
I'll toll the bell.
There is the Bull,-see how he can pull!
All the birds of the air fell to sighing a-.d sobbing,
When they heard the bell tolling for poor Cock Robin.
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