In due time Barnaby sang her some other ditties, and then she went into the house.
Of the ditties of that time, most of which have been preserved, the best specimen is My Nannie, O.
The verse for which the people craves is the ditties of the music-hall.
The writing of these ditties is generally work of a character for which even 7s.
The Ladakis sing no more; their ditties are frozen on their lips.
He kept making verses and ditties which were always a little ironical.
But he has his better 264 moods, and some of his ditties are not wanting in elegance.
The ditties were couched in “broad Yorkshire”—sometimes too broad for modern taste.
But I believe that the ditties they have been accustomed to hear sung in their youth have had a far greater effect upon them.
These are the songs of the country, its ditties of love, played upon the shepherd's flute.