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See Saw Margery Daw

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  1. a nursery rhyme

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  2. " a nursery rhyme

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  3. A common version is as follows: As with many such rhymes, differing versions exist: The second line sometimes varies among Johnny, Jack, or Jackie

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  4. The third line also varies but in general refers to the wages earned by Johnny or Jackie

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  5. Margery was a name used in poor rural regions of 18th and 19th century England and Daw meant an untidy person or a slut

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  6. listed in the Roud Folk Song Index, 13028

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