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Seven Black Friars

Seven black friars, sitting back to back,
Fished from the bridge for a pike or a jack.

The first caught a tiddler,
The second caught a crab,
The third caught a winkle,
The fourth caught a dab,

The fifth caught a tadpole,
The sixth caught an eel,
The seventh one caught an old cart wheel!






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Black Friar: A Catholic friar wearing the black robe of the Dominican order