This is a nursery rhyme that I remember from my childhood.
The first verse is about a fish who was caught by a fisherman, and the second verse is about a fish who was caught by the fisherman’s wife.
The third verse is about how the fish escaped and went back to the sea and the fourth verse is about how it died without ever seeing its family again.
The fifth verse is about how this same fisherman caught another fish, but then he got bitten on his finger and had to go home.
The song tells the story of a man who caught a fish and then went to the market to sell it.
Once I caught a fish alive!
I put him in my bag, and I went walking down the street.
I met an old woman, she asked me what’s in my bag?
I said “a fish,” she said “you’d better take him home.”
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