A Mouse Lived in a Windmill in Old Amsterdam – Cute Words to Song

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

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Chorus

I saw a mouse!
(Where?)
There on the stair!
(Where on the stair?)

mouse-on-stairs
Right there!
A little mouse with clogs on
Well I declare!
Going clip-clippety-clop on the stair
Oh yeah!

mrs-mousoe

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

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I saw a mouse!
(Where?)
There on the stair!
(Where on the stair?)
Right there!

mouse-on-stairs
A little mouse with clogs on
Well I declare!
Going clip-clippety-clop on the stair
Oh yeah!

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

windmill

I saw a mouse!
(Where?)
There on the stair!
(Where on the stair?)
Right there!

mouse-on-stairs
A little mouse with clogs on
Well I declare!
Going clip-clippety-clop on the stair
Oh yeah!

mice

The daughters got married and so did the sons
The windmill had christ’nin’s when no one was list’nin’
They all sang in chorus: “How lucky we am
Living in a windmill in Amsterdam!”

windmill

I saw a mouse!
(Where?)
There on the stair!
(Where on the stair?)
Right there!

mouse-on-stairs
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

Writer(s): Myles Rudge, Ted Dicks   – Sang by Ronnie Hilton in 1964