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Down in the dingle.
Posted by: pamela (88.105.149.---)
Date: July 16, 2007 10:12PM

I was taught this by someone over 50 years ago. (not in school.) I think it was old then. I thought it was a nursery rhyme, but it may have been an from an old music hall song. Does anyone know any more about it?
Down in the dingle where the dew is sweet
Down in the dingle where the fairies meet
All the lilies will spred their bells
Filling all the pools in the forest dells.


Re: Down in the dingle.
Posted by: marian222 (86.153.107.---)
Date: July 17, 2007 04:52AM

Down in the Dingle is the title of a song on Winter Rose, a Rose Vaughan Trio album - go here [www.rosevaughantrio.com]. Don't know if it is the one you want or not, I just came across it while looking for you.


Re: Down in the dingle.
Posted by: pamela (88.105.252.---)
Date: July 17, 2007 07:44PM

Thanks. I have been trying to find a music clip or lyrics to check if it's the right one. Looks like the only way I'll know for sure is to buy the CD. Pamela.




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