Lewis Carroll:The Lobster Quadrille Lyrics

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The Lobster Quadrille

This song is by Lewis Carroll.

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The Lobster Quadrille
"Will you walk a little faster?" Said a whiting to a snail
There's a porpoise close behind us
And he's gaining on my tail.

See how eagerly the lobsters and the turtles all advance.
They are waiting on the shingle.
Will you come and join the dance.

Will you, won't you,
Will you, won't you,
Will you, won't you, join the dance?

Will you, won't you,
Will you, won't you,
Won't you, will you, join the dance?

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Lewis Carroll in "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"

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