All around the mulberry bush the monkey chase the weasel?

Question:What is the rest of this? The American version vs. the old English version. The end is Pop goes the Weasel.

Answers:
http://www.knowledgelearning.com/pdf/KSB_popgoestheweasel.pdf#search='all%20around%20the%20mulberry%20bush%2C%20the%20monkey%20chased%20the%20weasel...'

That's the only version I can find. Hah! That monkey sure hates that weasel. All around the mulberry bush
the monkey chased the weasel
the weasel stopped to tie his shoe

or

the weasel stopped to say hello

pop goes the weasel

those are the 2 versions I grew up w/ All around the mulberry bush the monkey chase the weasel a penny for a spool of thread a penny for an easel, thats the way the money goes, POP GOES THE WEASEL! The monkey thought it was all in fun, POP goes the weasel! The English version has it with a vinegar jug instead of a mulberry bush. The monkey thought t' was all in fun, Pop goes the weasel. I don't think this rhyme has anthing to do with monkeys or weasels. All around the mulberry bush, the monkey chased the weasel. The monkey thought t'was all in fun, POP goes the weasel.a penny for a spool of thread, a penny for a needle, that's the way the money goes, POP goes the weasel!

EDITED TO ADD: I just realized that this is a combination of two nursery rhymes..Here We Go 'Round the Mulberry Bush AND Pop Goes the Weasel.
All around the cobbler's bench, the monkey chased the weasel, the monkey thought t'was all in fun, Pop goes the weasel.. penny for a spool of thread, a penny for a needle, that's the way the money goes, POP goes the weasel!
AND
Here we go 'round the mulberry bush,
The mulberry bush,
The mulberry bush.
Here we go 'round the mulberry bush,
So early in the morning.
These are the chores we'll do this week,
Do this week,
Do this week.
These are the chores we'll do this week,
So early every morning.

This is the way we wash our clothes,
Wash our clothes,
Wash our clothes.
This is the way we wash our clothes,
So early Monday morning.

This is the way we iron our clothes,
Iron our clothes,
Iron our clothes.
This is the way we iron our clothes,
So early Tuesday morning.

This is the way we scrub the floor,
Scrub the floor,
Scrub the floor.
This is the way we scrub the floor,
So early Wednesday morning.

This is the way we mend our clothes,
Mend our clothes,
Mend our clothes.
This is the way we mend our clothes,
So early Thursday morning.

This is the way we sweep the floor,
Sweep the floor,
Sweep the floor.
This is the way we sweep the floor,
So early Friday morning.

This is the way we bake our bread,
Bake our bread,
Bake our bread.
This is the way we bake our bread,
So early Saturday morning.

This is the way we get dressed up,
Get dressed up,
Get dressed up.
This is the way we get dressed up,
So early Sunday morning.

Here we go 'round the mulberry bush,
The mulberry bush,


The mulberry bush.
Here we go 'round the mulberry bush,
So early in the morning. Just found the old nursery rhyme book.memories.

There are 2 versions in this book..that was passed down over and over..in my family...

1. here we go around the mulberry bush, the mulberry bush, the mulberry bush..here we go around the mulberry bush..so early in the morning..

2. "Round the Mulberry Bush", Treasured Songs of Childhood .As long as the momorable songs of childhood remain a part of our hearts and minds, we can still return to the happy world that exists within our own private memories. the artist portrays three gleeful, laughing children singing and dancing around the flourishing mulberry bush. Of course, as the classic song goes, they must wash and hang their clothes early in the morning. But as energetic as this trio appears, they will surely have many more choruses to add. A dog playfully follows the wide-eyed girl in the forefront. This young lady had dark chestnut hair, straying from the usual innocense of the blond-tressed girls. Her fancy yellow dress with the ruffled white lace collar and pink and yellow flowers is set off by a pink satin sash and matching ribon holding back her long brown tresses. A boy in a salor suit with red tie happily waves and dances to the left of the bush, while a cute little curly-haired blond dances in her pink dress covered by a white apron. Once again, the artist uses his signature of feminity with the white stockings and black patent shoes. The soft blue sky contrasts with the deep greens, and of course, he dots the ground with flowers here and there. Can't you remember the bush you danced around as a child while you sang this nursery rhyme? All around the mulberry bush
the monkey chased the weasel
the weasel stopped
the monkey fell down
Pop goes the weasel Ask at the Childrens' books at your local library.

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