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  1. Cosher Bailey's little engine Couldn't even sound its hooter Just to make the steam go higher He made water on the fire. Yes, Cosher Bailey he did die And they put him in a coffin But, alas, they heard a knocking Cosher Bailey, only joking.
  2. Cosher Bailey's Engine: Caring: November 25, 7: A Dog's Life: James in a Mess (Dirty Objects) The Trouble with Mud: Home on the Range November 26, 8: Field Day: Percy Proves a Point (Percy and Harold) Thomas and Bertie's Great Race (Thomas and Bertie) Take Me Out to the Ballgame: Everyone's a Winner: November 27, 9.
  3. COSHER BAILEY’S ENGINE chrom Welsh folk song Key: D Time: 2/ -2* -3 -3 -3 -4 -3 -3 Cosh-er Bail-ey had an en-gine 3 -2* 2 -2* 3 -3 3 3 It was al-ways want-ing mend-ing-2* 2 -1 2 -2* 3 -2*-2* And ac-cord-ing to the pow-er 2 -1 -3 -3 -3 -3 2 3 She could do four miles an hour.
  4. cf. "Cosher Bailey's Engine" (tune) NOTES [44 words]: See also notes to "Hob-Y-Derri-Dando." English words often sung to the same tune go "Dave Davy comes from Nevin, an' he's got a little engine, An' he cannot do without it, 'Cos he thinks so much about it. Ch. Wass you effer see (x3) such a funny thing before?" - SL File: Hugi
  5. Cosher Bailey's Engine (sometimes mislabeled as Did You Ever See Such a Funny Thing Before?) is a traditional British folk song, sung by The Jukebox Band on the Season 2 episode daizahnishndarmeztizuru.xyzinfo song is a tribute to welsh railroader and industrialist Crawshay Bailey, who would be referred to as The Iron Master during his lifetime. The songs lyrics tell many stories of Cosher and his life of steam.
  6. Aug 15,  · Cosher drove his little engine And he got stuck in the tunnel And went up the bloomin' funnel. Cosher Bailey's little engine Couldn't even sound its hooter Just to make the steam go higher He made water on the fire. Yes, Cosher Bailey he did die And they put him in a coffin But, alas, they heard a knocking Cosher Bailey, only joking.
  7. Cosher Bailey's Engine DESCRIPTION: "Cosher Bailey had an engine, It was always wanting and mending." Tall tales of Bailey, the engine (bought second-hand, and capable of "four miles an hour"), his sister, brother, daughter, education, and death AUTHOR: unknown EARLIEST DATE: (Cambrian Minstrelsie, Volume 1).
  8. Cosher Bailey's Engine: B2: The Gresford Disaster: B3: Cannily, Cannily: B4: The Coal-Owner & The Pitman's Wife: B5: Poor Paddy Works On The Railway: Credits Accompanied By – Peggy Seeger; Design.
  9. Cosher Bailey's brother Rupert He played stand-off-half for Newport, When they played against Llanelly Someone kicked him in the belly. Cosher Bailey had a daughter Who did things she didn't oughter She was quite beyond the pale But over that we'll draw a veil. Cosher Bailey went to Exford* For to pass matriculation But he saw a pretty barmaid.

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