I'd lost all the breath within me
As I went up on the hill
When there she was, with a sad expression
Saying, oh my name is Jill
And I can't find how to get some water
Can you help me? Say you will!
For your time I will reward you
And you know I surely will

How could I refuse a lady
When she'd put it quite so well?
There was I in a situation
With no-one around to tell
So on that day, I put some water
In the bucket by the well
When she smiled, I felt her harder
But on the way I fell... down

Right down the bottom
Ooh ooh ooh – right down the bottom
Ooh ooh ooh – right down the bottom
Ooh ooh ooh – right down the bottom

I didn't mind spilling all the water
If I'd satisfied myself
There the time didn't really matter
It could have been somebody else
She would say I will reward you
And even though it cost a crown
Now I find my life is sweeter
Every time I fall down...

Well on that day, I put some water
In the bucket by the well
When she smiled, I felt her harder
But on the way I fell... fell... fell... fell...
Fell... fell... fell... fell...
Fell... fell... fell... fell...
Fell... fell... fell... fell...
Fell... fell... fell... fell...
Fell... fell... fell... fell...

Right down the bottom

"What are those two doggies doing over there?"
"Well, the doggie in front is blind
And his friend behind him is pushing him all the way to St Dunstan's"

Right down the bottom
Ooh ooh ooh – right down the bottom
Ooh ooh ooh – right down the bottom
Ooh ooh ooh – right down the bottom
Ooh ooh ooh – right down the bottom

She would say I will reward you
And even though it cost a crown
Now I find my life is sweeter
Every time I fall down...


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

Jack and Jill song meanings
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