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Youve called upon me for to sing a song (First Line)
Youve heard about Macaulay and the great New Zealander too (First Line)
Youve heard about the latest fad (First Line)
Youve heard a lot of talk about this moke of Mister Awkins (First Line)
Youve heard much talk about the \"cure\" (First Line)
Youve heard my children two (First Line)
Youve heard my children two seeking for each other (First Line)
Youve heard of a battle thats lately been won (First Line)
Youve heard of a dandy dogs meat blade (First Line)
Youve heard of a frog in an opera hat (First Line)
Youve heard of a frog in an opera-hat (First Line)
Youve heard of a frog in a opera hat (First Line)
Youve heard of a nigger they calld Uncle Ned (First Line)
Youve heard of George Robins of auction renown (First Line)
Youve heard of great wonders so if youll bestow me (First Line)
Youve heard of my children two (First Line)
Youve heard of my children two seeking for each other (First Line)
Youve heard of my two children seeking for each other (First Line)
Youve heard of Nykey Numscull (First Line)
Youve heard of Old Parrs and famd Morisons pills (First Line)
Youve heard of the Turks and the Greeks (First Line)
Youve heard of the wondrous crocodile (First Line)
Youve heard of the wondrous crocodile and the thundring great sea snake (First Line)
Youve heard talk of Paddys museum (First Line)
Youve heard when first this world began (First Line)



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