Diddily Dee Dot's Dreamland for Children Everywhere Blog
Sat, 08 Nov 2008
This is a new page in Seligor's Castle, I am hoping to put on many rhymes, each with a gruesome meaning.
ORANGES AND LEMONS Another new page for
you to have fun with let's start with a rousing
Rhyme "Oranges and Lemons" say theBells of St.
"You owe me five
farthings" say the Bells
of St. Martin's
"When will you
pay me?" say the Bells of
"When I grow rich" say
the Bells of
"When will that be?"
say theBells of
"I do not know" say the
Great Bells of
"Here comes a Candle to light you
"Here comes a Chopper to Chop
off your Head."
"Chip chop, chip
chop - the Last Man's Dead."
Please try and visit the Victoria
and Albert Museum of Childhood, it is
The V&A Museum of
Childhood is open from 10:00 until 17:45
every day. Admission is free
I hope you liked the first,
rather gruesome rhyme, the meaning of this rhyme
and the story how it came about can be found on
latest adventure into the world of Web
Mistress ing ish
As you may have guessed this is another of my