Little Boy Blue， come blow your horn，
The sheep's in the meadow， the cow's in the corn.
Where is the boy who looks after the sheep？
He's under a haycock， fast asleep.
Will you wake him？ No， not I，
For if I do， he's sure to cry.
Little Boy Blue is thought to be that of Thomas Wolsey， a dominant figure in the government of King Henry VII from 1515-1529.