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"Foxy's Hole" is a nursery rhyme for young children that is played as a game. It is thought to originate from the Tudor period. The lyrics are as follows:

Put your finger in Foxy's hole
Foxy's not at home
Foxy's out at the back door
Picking at a bone

The game involves the adult catching the child's finger in a clenched fist, which represents Foxy's "hole".

References

  • Godfrey, Elizabeth (2007). Home Life Under the Stuarts - 1603-1649. Read Books. p. 8. ISBN 1408604701.  
  • Royal Ross, Ramon (1996). Storyteller. August House. p. 24. ISBN 0874834511.  

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