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- Carry a Lady to London is played as follows. Two people face opposite each other and cross their hands which makes a seat. Another person sits upon the seat and puts her arms around the two girls that are carring her and they say the following little rhyme
Give me a pin
To stick in my shin
To carry a Lady to London
Give me another
To stick in my mother
To carry her home again.Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.