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You must have heard of little bo-peep
She was the girl with all the sheep
Well one day it's sad to say
Her sheep all ran away
She was lonely and she was blue
She was sad and crying too
So I told her what to do
I said put on your dancing shoes

Put on your dancing shoes (3)
And dance away your blues

You must have heard of Jack & Jill
They're the ones who went up the hill
Jack fell down and broke his crown
And Jill came tumbling after

What a noise their crying made
It was a ringing through the glades
So I told them what to do
And I changed their tears to laughter

Put on your dancing shoes (3)
And dance away your blues

A friend of mine had an accident
Laughed so hard off the wall he went
Humpty Dumpty was his name
I guess you have heard the same

He was lying on the ground
Bits and pieces all around
So I told him what to do
I said put on your dancing shoes

Put on your dancing shoes (3)
And dance away your blues



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