Sing One, Two, Three, Come Follow Me
DESCRIPTION: "Sing one, two, three, Come, follow me, And so shall we Good fellows be"
EARLIEST DATE: 1923 (Williams-Thames)
FOUND IN: Britain(England(South))
REFERENCES (1 citation):
Williams-Thames, p. 306, "Roundelay" (1 text) (also Wiltshire-WSRO Mi 694)
NOTES: "Anecdotes of the Late Earl of Mornington" in The Edinburgh Magazine, or Literary Miscellany (Edinburgh, 1786 ("Digitized by Google")), (February 1786) Vol. III, p. 82:: "... he soon learned the two old catches of 'Christ Church Bells;' and 'Sing one, two, three, come follow me;'"
The current description is all of the Williams-Thames text. - BS
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