Sheep and Goat
Found in Negro Folk Rhymes, Wise and Otherwise, by Thomas W. Talley, 1922. Adapted from dialect. Recorded on Bound to Go.
Sheep and goat, goin' to the pasture,
Says the goat to the sheep, "Can't you walk a little faster?"
The sheep says, "I can't, I'm a little too full,"
Then the goat say: "You can with my horns in your wool."
But the goat fell down and skin his shin,
And the sheep split his lip with a a big broad grin.