Mother Goose Karaoke - Jethro Tull

This title is a cover of Mother Goose as made famous by Jethro Tull

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MP4
WMV
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The CDG format (also called CD+G or MP3+G) is suitable for most karaoke machines. It includes an MP3 and synchronized lyrics.

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About

With backing vocals (with or without vocals in the KFN version)

In the same key as the original: D

Release date: 1971
Genres: Rock, Folk, In English
Original songwriter: Ian Scott Anderson

All files available for download are reproduced tracks, they're not the original music.

Lyrics Mother Goose

As I did walk by Hampstead Fair
I came upon Mother Goose
So I turned her loose she was screaming
And a foreign student said to me
Was it really true there elephants and lions too in Picadilly Circus
Walked down by the bathing pond to try and catch some sun
Saw at least a hundred schoolgirls sobbing into handkerchiefs as one
I don't believe they knew
I was a schoolboy
And a bearded lady said to me
If you start your raving and your misbehaving you'll be sorry, yeah
Then the chicken-fancier came to play with his long red beard
And his sister's weird she drives a lorry
Hmm
Laughed down by the putting green
I popped 'em in their holes
Four and twenty laborers were laboring and digging up their gold
I don't believe they knew that I was Long John Silver
Saw Johnny Scarecrow make his rounds in his jet-black 'mac
Which he won't give back stole it from a snowman
As I did walk by Hampstead Fair
I came upon Mother Goose
So I turned her loose but she was screaming
Walked down by the bathing pond to try and catch some sun
Must have been at least a hundred schoolgirls sobbing into handkerchiefs as one
I don't believe they knew
I was a schoolboy

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