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A folklorist saw the game being played in a Lancashire orphanage in 1915. The children in the ring dance round, singing the refrains, until the “bobbies” rush in and seize the mother, when the ring breaks up. This cautionary ballad has everything, including one of the greatest of tunes. A flat, documentary opening, reporting a private act by conscience-torn young girl.
The children called it The song describes how the lady kills her baby with a pen-knife, tries to wash off the blood, goes home to lie down, is aroused by three “bobbies” at the door, who extract a confession from her and rush her off to prison, and “That was the end of Mrs. In his (1931 ed.), Norman Douglas prints a corrupt version current in East and South-East London during the First World War. Then the confrontation of the young mother by the ghosts of her murdered twin babies, and her damnation.
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The Dorian (Re mode) tune we use was obtained by H. comes from the singing of Lucy Stewart as collected by the American folklorist Kenneth Goldstein.
The ballad seems to be old, for it is full of primitive folklore notions such as the knife from which blood can never be washed (the instance of Lady Macbeth comes to mind).
Also primitive is the idea that the dead who have not undergone the ceremony that initiates them fully into the world of the living (in this case, christening) can never be properly received and incorporated into the world of the dead, but must return to plague the living.
More probably, it is a case of an ancient folk tale being turned into a lyrical ballad, perhaps within the last four hundred years, and spreading in various parts of Europe, possibly with the help of printed versions all deriving from a single original (whether that original was English or Danish or in some other language, our present researchers do not tell us).
The terrible story has had a particular fascination for children and the ballad became a game-song. Green and the baby, following the action of the song.