Twas down by Carterhaugh Father
Between the water and the wall
There i met with a wee wee man
And he was the least that ever I saw

His legs were scarce a finger's length
And thick and nimble was his knee
Between his eyes a flee could go
Between his shoulders were inches three

His beard was long and white as as swan
His robe was neither green nor grey
He clapped his hands, down came the mist
And he sank and he's fainted clean away
He pulled up a stone six feet in height
And flung it farther than I could see
And though I'd been a giant born
I'd never had lifted it to my knee

O Wee Wee Man but thou are strong
Come tell me where thy dwelling be
I dwell beneath a bonny green bower
O will ye come with me and see?


We rode on and we sped on
Until we came to a bonny green hall
The roof was made of the beaten gold
And purest crystal was the floor

There were pipers playing on every stair
And ladies dancing in glistering green
He clapped his hands, down came the mist
And the man and the hall no more were seen


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