" Come and listen, one and all, To the songs we let fall."
" Fine Seville Oranges."
" Old Nell, Old Nell, trotting up and down, What are you selling there to the town?"
" Ring Ding-a-ding, ding, ding,
Hark, the bellman on his round."
" The Pieman."
" Pieman, Pieman, where be going?
On to Highgate by your showing."
" The Lavender Girl."
" Lavender from country gardens here I sell to-day."
" Buy My Crumplin' Codlins."
" Here's a terrible bustle and shout, All on a winter's morning."
"Twelve Pence a Peck Oysters."
"Oysters-new Wall-Fleet oysters."
"Hot Cross Buns."
One a penny, two a penny, Hot Cross
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