Which is the way to London Town

" Which is the way to London Town,
To see the King in his golden crown? "

" One foot up and one foot down,
That's the way to London Town. "
" Which is the way to London Town,
To see the Queen in her silken gown? "
" Left! Right! Left! Right! up and down,
Soon you'll be in London Town! "

Which is the way to London Town?
Over the hills, across the down:
Over the ridges and over the bridges,
That is the way to London Town.

And what shall I see in London Town?
Many a building old and brown,
Many a real, old-fashioned street
You'll be sure to see in London Town.

What else shall I see in London Town?
Many a maiden in silken gown;
Pretty pink faces, tied up in laces,
You'll certainly see in London Town.

Then onward I hurried to London Town,
Over the hills and across the down,
Over the ridges and over the bridges,
Until I found me in London Town.
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