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Rig A Jig Jig

Traditional
Written By: Unknown
Additional Lyrics By: Nancy Cassidy
Copyright Unknown

As I was walking
Down the street,
Down the street,
Down the street,
A very good friend
I chanced to meet;
Hi Ho, Hi Ho, Hi Ho.

Rig a jig jig and away we go,
Away we go, away we go;
Rig a jig jig and away we go,
Hi Ho, Hi Ho, Hi Ho.

We clapped our hands
And stomped our feet,
Stomped our feet,
Stomped our feet,
We clapped our hands
And stomped our feet,
Hi Ho, Hi Ho, Hi Ho.

We jumped up high
And came back down,
Came back down,
Came back down,
We jumped up high
And came back down,
Hi Ho, Hi Ho, Hi Ho.

Rig a jig jig and away we go,
Away we go, away we go;
Rig a jig jig and away we go,
Hi Ho, Hi Ho, Hi Ho.

We climbed on a train
And tooted the horn,
Tooted the horn,
Tooted the horn,
We climbed on a train
And tooted the horn,
Hi Ho, Hi Ho, Hi Ho.

Kissed my ma
And hugged my pa,
Hugged my pa,
Hugged my pa,
Kissed my ma
And hugged my pa,
Hi Ho, Hi Ho, Hi Ho.

Rig a jig jig and away we go,
Away we go, away we go;
Rig a jig jig and away we go,
Hi Ho, Hi Ho, Hi Ho.

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