Nursery Rhyme - Sing a Song of Sixpence

Fill in the words to the Mother Goose rhyme "Sing a song of sixpence."
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Sing
a
song
of
sixpence,
a
pocket
full
of
rye,
Four
and
twenty
 
blackbirds
baked
in
a
pie.
When
the
pie
was
opened
The
birds
began
 
to
sing--
Wasn't
that
a
dainty
dish
to
set
before
the
king?
The
 
king
was
in
the
counting-
house
Counting
out
his
money,
The
queen
was
 
in
the
parlor
Eating
bread
and
honey,
The
maid
was
in
the
garden
 
Hanging
out
the
clothes.
Along
came
a
blackbird
and
snipped
off
her
nose.
+2
Level 50
Sep 22, 2018
you should also allow pecked for snipped and down for along
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Level 49
Oct 10, 2020
I learnt pecked as well. It would also be helpful to accept parlour for parlor.