Fairy Frolic


By the moon we sport and play
With the night begins our day
As we frisk the dew doth fall
Sleep little urchins all *
Sleep little urchins all.

Lightly as the little bee
Two by two and three by three
And about go we
And about go we.

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Natalie, United States

27 October 2012 at 1:00am

yes the song is longer it gose like this by the moon we sport and play with the night begins our day as we dance the the dew doth fall gather little spirits all lightly as the little bee two and three by three And about go we And about go we they wispier so softly they speak my name i reach out to touch them i stretch my hand there figures slip though me like grains of sand spirits bringing dreams to me spirits that i can not see spirits dancing in the night there all around me spirits calling but there are not there i learned that one from coral

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Jinx, Winnipeg

8 June 2010 at 9:06pm

..It seems as if this song should be longer or something.

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Julia Norton, San Rafael

15 January 2009 at 10:19pm

Hello Darla, how funny I just found my stuff on this site. I used a poem called Fairy Frolic (English poet called John Luly 1553-1606) and set it to music as my CD Lullaby Island is about a journey to an island where fairies sing you to sleep. There is more info and more song clips at lullabyisland.com if you're interested. Thanks for listening to it :)

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Darla, Salem, United States Of America

5 December 2008 at 11:35pm

Ahhh! What a cute song! But I don't get while it's called "Fairy Frolic"??

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