an easy Simon Met a Pieman

Nursery Rhyme

Simple Simon met a piemanGoing to the fair;Says simple Simon to the pieman,"Let me taste her ware."Says the pieman to straightforward Simon,"Show me an initial your penny."Says simple Simon to the pieman,"Indeed, I have not any."Simple Simon walk a-fishingFor to catch a whale;All the water he had gotWas in his mother"s pail.

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Simple Simon met a piemanGoing come the fair;Says simple Simon to the pieman,"Let me taste her ware."Says the pieman to basic Simon,"Show me first your penny."Says simple Simon come the pieman,"Indeed, I have not any."Simple Simon went a-fishingFor to capture a whale;All the water he had gotWas in his mother"s pail.


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Here"s the variation in the mp3:Simple Simon went a-Fishing.Simple Simon met a pieman,Going come the fair;Says straightforward Simon come the pieman,"Let me taste your ware."Says the pieman to straightforward Simon,"Show me first your penny."Says simple Simon to the pieman,"Indeed I have not any."Simple Simon walk a-fishingFor to capture a whale;But all the water he could findWas in his mother"s pail!Here"s an additional version that Simple Simon indigenous A history of Nursery Rhymes (1899) by Percy B. Green:Simple Simon go a-fishingFor to capture a whale,All the water he had actually gotWas in his mother"s pail.Simple Simon checked out lookIf plums thrived on a thistle,He pricked his fingers an extremely much,Which made negative Simon whistle.Simple Simon visited townTo to buy a item of meat,He tied it to his horse"s tailTo keep it clean and also sweet.Here"s a longer version indigenous The Real mom Goose (1916), depicted by Blanche Fisher Wright:Simple SimonSimple Simon met a pieman,Going come the fair;Says straightforward Simon to the pieman,"Let me taste your ware."Says the pieman to simple Simon,"Show me first your penny,"Says basic Simon to the pieman,"Indeed, I have not any."Simple Simon walk a-fishingFor to capture a whale;All the water he can findWas in his mother"s pail!Simple Simon saw lookIf plums prospered on a thistle;He pricked his fingers really much,Which made bad Simon whistle.He went to catch a dicky bird,And thought he can not fail,Because he had a small salt,To placed upon that is tail.He went for water through a sieve,But soon it ran all through;And now poor simple SimonBids you all adieu.

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