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He's a fairy feller
The fairy folk have gathered round the new moons shine
To see the feller crack a nut at night's noon time
To swing his axe he swear's
As he climbs he dare's
To deliver - the master stroke

Ploughman "Waggoner Will" and types
Politician with senatorial pipe
He's a dilly dally oh
Pedagogue squinting wears a frown
And a satyr peers under ladies gown
He's a dirty fellow
What a dirty laddio

Tatterdemalion and the junketer
There's a thief and a dragonfly trumpeter
He's my hero
Fairy dandy tickling the fancy
Of his lady friend
The nymph in yellow (can we see the master stroke)
What a quaere fellow

Ah ah ah ah ah ah
Ah ah ah ah ah ah
Soldier sailor tinker tailor ploughboy
Waiting to hear the sound
And the arch magician presides
He is the leader

Oberon and Titania watched by harridan
Mab is the queen and there's a good apothecary man
Come to say hello
Fairy dandy tickling the fancy
Of his lady friend
The nymph in yellow
What a quaere fellow
The ostler stands with hands on his knee's
Come on mister feller
Crack it open if you please



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