We're all dry with drinking on't,|
We're all dry with drinking on't,
The piper kissed the fiddler's wife,
And I can't sleep for thinking on't.
Adopted by Robert Burns, and included in his song, "My Love, she's but a Lassie yet", but originating in the English nursery, where it appeared about 1744.|
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