Up hill and down dale
This old nursery rhyme is called “Up hill and down dale” — enjoy your reading!
“Up hill and down dale;
Butter is made in every vale,
And if that Nancy Cook
Is a good girl,
She shall have a spouse,
And make butter anon,
Before her old grandmother
Grows a young man.”
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