Great | A was a | larm'd at | B's bad be | haviour,
Be | cause C | D, E, F de | nied G a | favor;
H had a | husband with | I, J, | K and L;
M married | Mary, and | taught | her scholars | how to spell
A B C, D E F G, H I J K L M,
N O P Q, R S T U, V W X Y Z, Z, Z.
Thanks and Acknowledgements
This rhyme can be found in A History of Nursery Rhymes (1899) by Percy B. Green. Green included the odd punctuation which was designed to emphasize the words in the lyrics that sound identical to letters of the alphabet.