Wake Up!

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Lyrics

Little Boy Blue come blow your horn. The Sheeps in the meadow; cows in the corn. Where, O where; where can he be? Under the hay, sound asleep. Little Boy Blue, sound asleep.

So, wake up. Get out. You know what I'm talking about. So, don't wait, or, be late. There is so much to be done.

Little Boy Blue begged another try. He said, not to worry. He'd get it right. But, slumber got the best of him ; came in late; fired by ten. Little Boy Blue; sleepin' again.

So, wake up. Get out. You know what I'm talking about. So, don't wait, or, be late. There is so much to be done.

So, learn a lesson from the boy, named, Blue. There's no time for nappin'. No time to lose. You'll never start, if you don't begin. Don't wait too long. Don't be like him. Little Boy Blue. Sleepin' again.

So, wake up. Get out. You know what I'm talking about. So, don't wait, or, be late. There is so much to be done.

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Information About Wake Up!

"Wake Up!' is an alternative version of "Little Boy Blue" more popularly referred to as "Little Boy Blue, Come, Blow Your Horn!" and is a popular English nursery rhyme with probable origins in the Middle Ages. The earliest recorded version is found in "Tommy Thumb's Little Song Book" from about 1744, but it may be much older.

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