There Was A Woman All Skin And Bone
There was a woman all skin and bone
Who lived in a cottage all on her own,
She thought she'd go to church one day
To hear the parson preach and pray,
When she got to the wooden stile
She thought she'd stay and rest a while
When she reached the old church door
A ghastly ghost lay on the floor,
The grubs crawled in, the grubs crawled out,
Of its ears, eyes, nose, and mouth.
Oh you ghastly ghost, she said,
Shall I be like you when I am dead ?
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