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PORTUGUESE FAIRY TALES.

down on one of its branches, and began to play a tune and sing a song, with the following words:—

Out of my tail I made a razor;
With the razor I made a fish;
Out of the herring I made some flour;
With the flour I formed a girl;
Of the girl I cut out a shirt;
With the shirt I made a violin.
Fee,—foh,—fum.
Now I shall go back to school.

Coimbra.


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