Ronnie Hilton - A windmill in old Amsterdam
Tekst: Ted Dicks / Muziek: Myles Rudge
(1965)






A mouse lived in a windmill in old Amsterdam
A windmill with a mouse in and he wasn’t browsin’
He sang every morning: “How lucky I am
Living in a windmill in old Amsterdam”



I saw a mouse
Where
There on the stair
Where on the stair
Right there
A little mouse with clogs on
Well, I declare
Going clip-clippety-clop on the stair
Oh yeah



This mouse, he got lonesome, he took him a wife
A windmill with mice in, that’s hardly surprisin’
She sang every morning: “How lucky we am
Living in a windmill in old Amsterdam”



I saw a mouse
Where
There on the stair
Where on the stair
Right there
A little mouse with clogs on
Well, I declare
Going clip-clippety-clop on the stair
Oh yeah



First she had triplets and then she had twins
A windmill with twins in and triplets and quins in
They sang every morning: “How lucky we are
Living in a windmill in Amsterdam, ya”



I saw a mouse
Where
There on the stair
Where on the stair
Right there
A little mouse with clogs on
Well, I declare
Going clip-clippety-clop on the stair
Oh yeah



A mouse lived in a windmill, so snug and so nice
There’s nobody there now, but a whole lot of mice
Oh yeah









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