“The Inglewood Cocky”
"'Twas an Inglewood cocky of whom I've been told, Who died, it is said, on account of the cold." He divides his estate, in the form of assorted animals, among his children, and tells them to raise their children on "pumpkin and beer"
The title "New England" of course does not reter to the northeastern parts of the United States; Paterson/Fahey/Seal describe it as the region of New South Wales around Armidale and Tamworth. - RB
- Manifold-PASB, p. 109, "The Inglewood Cocky (or, The New England Cocky)" (1 text, 1 tune)
- Paterson/Fahey/Seal, pp. 279-280, "The New England Cocky" (1 text)
- DT, INGLCOCK*
- BI, PASB109