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little buttercup. captain corcoran.

For I am called Little Buttercup,—dear Little Buttercup,
Though I never could tell why;
But still I'm called Buttercup,—poor Little Buttercup,
Sweet Little Buttercup I!

Fair moon, to thee I sing
Bright regent of the heavens;
Say, why is every thing
Either at sixes or at sevens?

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bill bobstay, the bos'n. dick deadeye.

He is an Englishman:
For he himself has said it,
And it's greatly to his credit
That he is an Englishman.

"I'm ugly too, aint I?"