Duke Of York
Words & Music:
The grand old Duke of York,
He had a thousand men.
He marched them up the hill
And then he marched them down
And when you're up, you're up.
And when you're down, you're down.
And when you're only halfway up,
You're neither up nor down.
Whenever you go "up",
Whenever you go
"down", squat down.
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