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If you will come and stay with us You shall not want for ease; We'll swing you on a cobweb Between the forest trees. And twenty little singing birds Upon a flowering thorn Shall hush you every evening And wake you every morn.
If you will come and stay with us You need not miss your school, A learned toad shall teach you, High-perched upon his stool. And he will tell you many things That none but fairies know— The way the wind goes wandering, And how the daisies grow.
If you will come and stay with us You shall not lack, my dear, The finest fairy raiment, The best of fairy cheer. We'll send a million glow-worms out, And slender chains of light Shall make a shining pathway— Then why not come to-night?