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The Queen of Hearts, and Sing a Song for Sixpence   By: (1846-1886)

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THE QUEEN OF HEARTS SING A SONG FOR SIXPENCE illustrated by Randolph Caldecott THE QUEEN OF HEARTS The Queen of Hearts THE QUEEN OF HEARTS. The Queen of Hearts, She made some Tarts,

The Queen of Hearts, She made some Tarts,

ingredientsqueen cooking refreshments in garden All on a Summer's day

All on a Summer's Day: Summer's Day The Steward puts the tarts away He stole those Tarts,

The Knave of Hearts, He stole those Tarts,

cat telling steward who stole the tarts knave hiding tarts And took them right away king's guards And took them right away

And took them right away. The search for the tarts

queen's archery Bull's eye for hearts The King of Hearts, called for those Tarts

The King of Hearts, Called for those Tarts, The King of Hearts, called for the Tarts steward telling king who stole the tarts king calling for knave And beat the Knave full sore:

And beat the Knave full sore:

King and Queen of Hearts Fetching the tarts running to the tarts The Knave of Hearts, Brought back those Tarts,

The Knave of Hearts, Brought back those Tarts, Knave returning tarts court eating the tarts court contented And vowed he'd steal no more.

And vowed he'd steal no more.

Knave promising king

Telling the story

SING A SONG FOR SIXPENCE

Sing a Song for Sixpence, Singa song for sixpence a pocketful

A Pocketful

of Rye

of Rye;

country scene Four and Twenty Blackbirds

Four and Twenty Blackbirds

baked

Baked

in a Pie.

in a Pie.

The pie! When the Pie was opened,

When the Pie was opened, The Birds began to sing; Was not that

Was not that

a dainty Dish

a dainty dish To set before the King? To set before the King?

To set before the King?

The King was in

The King was in his counting house,

his counting house,

Counting out his Money.

Counting out his Money.

Counting out his Money.

The Queen was in

The Queen was in the Parlour,

the Parlour,

Eating Bread and Honey.

Eating Bread and Honey.

the queen was in the parlour

The Maid was in The Maid was in the Garden

the Garden,

Hanging out the Clothes;

Hanging out the Clothes;

Hanging out the Clothes;

There came a little Blackbird,

Blackbird

And snapped off her Nose And snapped off her Nose.

And snapped off her Nose.

But there came a Jenny Wren and popped it on again.

Maid in garden with King and Queen

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