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GUEST,Sarah Favorite songs with Nonsense refrains (84* d) RE: Carol the song you where wondering about 11 Nov 12


I know the song carol was talking about. I got to this site because I was wondering what it was called it goes like this

There was a taylor and a mouse
high diddle ump tum, fiddle.
They lived together in one house
high diddle ump tum, fiddle.
They lived together in one house
high diddle ump tum, fiddle.
high diddle ump tum,
tarum tantum
in the town of rammses
high diddle ump tum
over the lee
high diddle ump tum, fiddle.
The taylor had a tall silk hat
high diddle ump tum, fiddle.
The mouse he ate it, fancy that
high diddle ump tum, fiddle.
high diddle ump tum,
tarum tantum
in the town of rammses
high diddle ump tum
over the lee
high diddle ump tum, fiddle.
Fee, Fi, Foe, Fum,
Tarum tantum
Diddle ump tum
Fee fi...
Foe Foe fum.
Hey diddle diddle
The cat and the fiddle
The cow jumps over them moon
The little dog laughs
To see such fun
and the dish ran away with the
spoon!
there is also a verse about how the taylor kills the mouse but a skip that verse to prevent small children from being exposed to violence.
I know the song but not the name.


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