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The: two ugly sisters were eager to go
To the dance at the Palace their dresses to show,
And Cinderella they left behind,
: :. ,: .But fairy godmothers are always kind..
.,Dressed as a lady of high degree
':: : Sweet Cinderella was queen of the ball;
She lost her slipper, so fast ran she
That she might be home. on the first cock-call.
Afid. the two plain sisters were. green to see
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For Cinderella had triumphed at last
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I killed the giant Blunderbore and his
Through all the giants' country
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My master in yon castle dv1 moings milk,
The Princess is his wife none else. n: i.ve e te g.ame 'i"it each day
And I in hunting-dress of silk To cats less wise, and much less gay.
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The)' were kind to all creatures that swam iad flew
Deep in, the green or high up in the blue.
"How sharp your nails are,
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"The better to hold what I can catch,"
And had not a neighbour lifted the latch
Red Riding Hood surely had died that night
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Of the porridge of the little Bear was left no bite nor sup,
For Goldilocks had been there first and eaten it all up.
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Jack took his cow to market and for five beans he sold her,
And oh, how raged his mother when he went home and told her.
But as the beans were magic beans they grew a beanstalk which
Jack climbed and found a Giant's land he came back safe and rich.
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He is a Prince of high degree,
A fair and slumb'ring Princess she.
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'Tis sometimes good to kiss and tell.
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could poor Snow-White to spite,
But happily all in the end came right.
Ani Ugly Dute-khirg a arm.yard grew
So uglv that his mother duck declared
He was no son of hers. Away he flew
And swam into the world where people stared
And pointed at him till at last he heard
"Look, what a splendid Swan is yonder bird!"
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"He fell into a
river and by a fish was caught,
This fish was hooked one day and to the Palace brought."
The miller's pretty wife for a son to her good man
Gave a little baby, no longer than a span.
He fell into a river, and by a fish was caught,
This fish was hooked one day and to the Palace brought.
And so at Court Tom lived, with a needle for his sword,
And swore allegiance to the King his lord.
His horse was a rat with a saddle sewn with blue,
He fought the Castle. cat and got the better of her too.
So at the Court he lived, and he basked in Fortune's rays
Till to Fairyland he went where he ended his days.
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