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Oct 17, 2021

[Answer] According to the nursery rhyme, "four and twenty" of what bird was baked into a pie?

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Blackbirds - Among the many rhymes that one learns as a child is: "Sing a song of sixpence / A pocket full of rye / Four and twenty blackbirds / Baked in a pie." Like most nursery rhymes its origins are vague, with some suggesting links to Shakespeare or to Henry VIII and his wives. The idea of placing live birds in a pie was not unheard of in the royal courts of Europe in the 16th century. The top pie crust would be removed, allowing the birds to fly free, to the delight of the dinner guests. One theory is that such a pie was served to King George III and that the Poet Laureate composed the lines in reference to the occasion.:


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