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I’ve been discussing the origin of the phrase “The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out”.

Yesterday, I posted the old nursery rhyme “There Was a Woman All Skin and Bone”, which contains the phrase.

Here’s another version of There Was a Woman All Skin and Bone, this one a song, (sung by me!). In this case the phrase is “The grubs crawled in, the grubs crawled out”. How and when it changed is a bit of a mystery.

MP3 of There Was a Woman All Skin and Bone

There Was a Woman All Skin and Bone

There was a woman all skin and bone
Oo-oo-oo!
Who lived in a cottage all on her own,
Oo-oo-oo!

She thought she’d go to church one day
Oo-oo-oo!
To hear the parson preach and pray,
Oo-oo-oo!

When she got to the wooden stile
Oo-oo-oo!
She thought she’d stay and rest a while
Oo-oo-oo!

When she reached the old church door
Oo-oo-oo!
A ghastly ghost lay on the floor,
Oo-oo-oo!

The grubs crawled in, the grubs crawled out,
Oo-oo-oo!
Of its ears, eyes, nose, and mouth.
Oo-oo-oo!

Oh you ghastly ghost, she said,
Oo-oo-oo!
Shall I be like you when I am dead ?
YES!

If anyone out there sings it differently, and would like to send other lyrics or a different rendition, I’d be happy to post it.

Happy Halloween Everybody!

Lisa

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39 Responses to ““There Was a Woman All Skin and Bone” Song with MP3”

  1. Troy Says:

    That song brought back memories! My music teacher in elementary school used to do it every Halloween and we would beg her to do it over and over. She would turn the lights out, and sing, accompanied by a small harp. The words were slighty different….I don’t remember them exactly but they went something like this, with maybe a few more lines somewhere in there….

    There was an old lady all skin and bone.
    Oo-oo-oo-o.
    She lived down by the old graveyard.
    Oo-oo-oo-o.
    She went to the closet to get a broom.
    Oo-oo-oo-o.
    She opened the closet and looked inside.
    Oo-oo-oo-o.
    In the closet there was a shelf.
    Oo-oo-oo-o.
    And on the shelf there was a box.
    Oo-oo-oo-o.
    She opened the box and looked inside and….
    BOO!

  2. Lisa Says:

    I sang that version out loud to me son, who’s now 12. He said he sang it in music class too a couple of years ago. He said the 1st time he heard it, the “BOO!” at the end scared/surprised him.

  3. Lesley Prendergast Says:

    Woman at the cottage gate
    Ooo-oo-ooo, Ahh-ah-ah-ah
    Saw the corpses staying out late
    Ooo-oo-ooo, Ahh-ah-ah-ah
    Woman to the corpses said
    Ooo-oo-ooo, Ahh-ah-ah-ah
    Will I be like that when I’m dead?
    Ooo-oo-ooo, Ahh-ah-ah-ah
    Corpses to the woman said
    Ooo-oo-ooo, Ahh-ah-ah-ah
    Yes, you’ll be like that when you’re dead
    Ooo-oo-ooo, Ahh-ah-ah-ah
    They wrap you in a big white sheet
    Ooo-oo-ooo, Ahh-ah-ah-ah
    They tuck the corners in so neat
    Ooo-oo-ooo, Ahh-ah-ah-ah
    The worms go in and the worms come out
    Ooo-oo-ooo, Ahh-ah-ah-ah
    They go in thin and they come out stout
    Ooo-oo-ooo, Ahh-ah-ah-ah
    Your teeth fall in and your eyes fall out
    Ooo-oo-ooo, Ahh-ah-ah-ah

    That is all the words I remember from guide camps. If anyone knows how it finishes, I would be glad to know

  4. Jacquie Says:

    Has anyone the words/music for a Halloween Song made up in the 50’s or 60’s in USA (Ohio? I think).

    We sang it in the 60’s at my elementary school in Canada
    it went something like this (lots of parts missing):

    Faces, Faces, Funny faces. You make such a funny sight
    Pumpkins glowing in the night
    ……
    … flickering in the sky
    Goblins making a pumpkin pie
    Cats….
    devils prancing …. dancing
    ……
    Never can you see so many funny faces
    …. on Halloween night

    (It was a really cute song that all the children loved)

  5. Martin Sutton Says:

    We used to sing “There was an old woman all skin and bones” when I was in elementary school in Cincinnati, Ohio. It was in our music class book. Our lyrics went like this…
    There was an old woman all skin and bones. Oo-oo-oo-ooh.
    She lived down by the old grave yard. Oo-oo-oo-ooh.
    One night she decided to take a walk. Oo-oo-oo-ooh.
    She saw old bones all layin’ around. Oo-oo-oo-ooh.
    She went to the closet to get her broom. Oo-oo-oo-ooh.
    She opened the door, and BOO! (You yell out boo!)
    This has been such a fun song, and I love to sing it to little kids, and they always ask for the “Ooh Song”

  6. Jacqueline Says:

    I borrowed a book from my cousin, and in it was this song, and a few others. . . They are all quite interesting, n’est pas?

    OLD WOMAN ALL SKIN AND BONE
    There was an old woman all skin and bone
    Who lived near the graveyard all alone.
    O-o o-o o-o!
    She thought she’d go to church one day
    To hear the parson preach and pray.
    O-o o-o o-o!
    And when she came to the church-house stile
    She thought she’d stop and rest awhile.
    O-o o-o o-o!
    When she came up to the door
    She thought she’d stop and rest some more.
    O-o o-o o-o!
    But when she turned and looked around
    She saw a corpse upon the ground.
    O-o o-o o-o!
    From its nose down to its chin
    The worms crawled out, and the worms crawled in.
    O-o o-o o-o!
    The woman to the preacher said,
    “Shall I look like that when I am dead?”
    O-o o-o o-o!
    The preacher to the woman said,
    “You’ll look like that when you are dead!”
    (Screams)
    aaaaaAAAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaahhhhh.

    THE HEARSE SONG
    Don’t you ever laugh as the hearse goes by,
    For you may be the next to die.
    They wrap you up in a big white sheet
    From your head down to your feet.
    They put you in a big black box
    And cover you up with dirt and rocks.
    All goes well for about a week,
    Then your coffin begins to leak.
    The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out,
    The worms play pinochle on your snout.
    They eat your eyes, they eat your nose,
    They eat the jelly between your toes.
    A big green worm with rolling eyes
    Crawls in your stomach and out your eyes.
    Your stomach turns a slimy green,
    And pus pours out like whipping cream.
    You spread it on a slice of bread,
    And that’s what you eat when you are dead.

    A MAN WHO LIVED IN LEEDS
    There was a man who lived in Leeds;
    He filled his garden full of seeds.
    And when the seeds began to grow,
    It was like a garden filled with snow.
    But when the snow began to melt,
    It was like a ship without a belt.
    And when the ship began to sail,
    It was like a bird without a tail.
    And when the bird began to fly,
    It was like an eagle in the sky.
    And when the sky began to roar,
    It was like a lion at my door.
    (Now, drop your voice)
    And when the door began to crack,
    It was like a penknife in my back.
    And when my back began to bleed-
    (turn off lights, if any)
    I was dead, dead, dead indeed!!
    (cackle manically)

    BA-ROOOM!
    (TO THE TUNE OF “THE IRISH WASHERWOMAN”)
    O’Leary is dead,
    and O’Riley don’t know it.
    O’Riley is dead,
    and O’Leary don’t know it.
    They both are dead
    in the very same bed,
    and neither one knows
    that the other one’s dead
    Ba-rooom, Ba-rooom!

    That’s all I have. Email me if you have any questions.
    Rochereine@aol.com

    -Jacqueline

  7. Wanda Hulbert Says:

    I learned this song when I was in second grade. Today, I
    am 50. This is the song I learned and have taught my
    grandchildren…

    There was an old lady all skin and bones..
    Ooooooooooooooooooooooh

    She lived down by the old grave yard..
    Ooooooooooooooooooooooh

    One night she thought she’d take a walk..
    Ooooooooooooooooooooooh

    She walked down by the old grave yard..
    Ooooooooooooooooooooooh

    She saw the bones a layin around..
    Ooooooooooooooooooooooh

    She went to the closet to get a broom..
    Ooooooooooooooooooooooh

    She opened the door…..

    AND BOO!

  8. Lisa Says:

    Cool! If you’d like to record your version, I’d be happy to post a recording!

    -Mama Lisa

  9. Eris Says:

    We sang it like this:

    There was an old women all skin and bone
    ooo…..
    She lived down by the old graveyard
    ooo….

    One night she decided to take a walk
    ooo….
    She walked dow by the old graveyard
    ooo….

    She saw the bones a lying around
    ooo……
    She went to her closet to get a broom
    ooo…….
    She opened the door, she opened the door….
    She opened the door,She opened the door….
    She opened the door , She opened the door….

    And……

    AAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

    (SCREAM AS LOUD AS YOU CAN)

  10. Tena Niblett Says:

    There was an old woman all skin and bones oh oh ah oh she walked down by the old graveyard oh oh ah oh she saw the bones a laying around oh oh ah oh she went to her closit to
    get a broom oh oh ah oh she opened the closit and boo

  11. Darcy Says:

    Every Halloween, my elementary school teachers used to play an old record. Us kids would sit around and sing to it, and this song was on there, only our version went like this:

    There was an old woman all skin and bone,
    Ooh, ooh! Ooh, ooh!

    She needed a bone to make her stew,
    Ooh, ooh! Ooh, ooh!

    She walked out by the old graveyard,
    Ooh, ooh! Ooh, ooh!

    She saw some bones a-lyin’ around,
    Ooh, ooh! Ooh, ooh!

    She went to the closet to get a broom,
    Ooh, ooh! Ooh, ooh!

    She opened the door, and:
    BOO!!! (Screamed very loudly by all the kids).

  12. Erin Michelle Says:

    ii hav3 l3arn3d thiis s0ng and my liil br0th3r and siist3r siing iit wiith m3 all thr0ugh 0ct0b3r! iits a r3ally g00d s0ng! ii L0VE iiTTTT!!

  13. penny Says:

    Old skin and bones she came one day to hear the preacher shout and pray OH, oh skin and bones!

  14. Ron Says:

    I’d like to get in contact with Jacquie in Canada, who wrote (Nov 13, 2006) about that “Faces, Faces, Funny Faces” song. I, too, remember singing the same song as an elementary school student in California. It was actually a very well written song (made up by an elementary school class and its teacher, I think), that I hope will not be allowed to die. How can I contact Jacquie?

  15. TK Says:

    So, I LOVED this song when I was little. This is the way we used to sing it.

    There was an old woman all skin and bone (ooooo)
    She lived down by the old graveyard (oooo)
    One night she thought she’d take a walk (oooo)
    She walked down by the old graveyard (oooo)
    She saw the bones all layin’ around (ooo)
    She went to the closet to get a broom (oooo)
    She opened the door and…..BOO!!! :)

  16. mc Says:

    I would love to know who sings that song. I lost my cd and cand find it and would like to buy it again.

  17. Don Shearer Says:

    Here’s a contemporary variation.

    You can hear a recording at:
    lo-fi URL: http://www.soundclick.com/util/getplayer.m3u?id=6872677&q=lo
    hi-fi URL: http://www.soundclick.com/util/getplayer.m3u?id=6872677&q=hi

    1
    She’s a lonely old woman all skin and bone
    Ooh, Ooh, Ooh,
    She took a little walk about an hour ago
    Ooh, Ooh, Ooh,
    She’s walkin’ down by the old graveyard
    Ooh, Ooh, Ooh,
    That’s where the graves is bare and the stones is hard
    Ooh, Ooh, Ooh,

    She sees the bones a-lying around
    Ooh, Ooh, Ooh,
    She swears she’ll clean up the burial ground
    Ooh, Ooh, Ooh,
    She goes to the church to get a broom
    Ooh, Ooh, Ooh,
    She knocks on the door to the parson’s room
    Boo

    Chorus
    Skin and bone
    There’s a cold, cold body lying in my bed
    Skin, skin and bone
    I still hear your last words echo through my head
    Skin and bone
    There’s a cold, cold body lying in my bed
    Skin and bone, we’re just skin and bone,
    Is this how i’m gonna feel when I am dead

  18. Don Shearer Says:

    Here’s a version of
    Don’t You Laugh (When the Hearse Goes By)
    lo-fi URL: http://www.soundclick.com/util/getplayer.m3u?id=5729256&q=lo
    hi-fi URL: http://www.soundclick.com/util/getplayer.m3u?id=5729256&q=hi

    Don’t you laugh as the hearse goes by
    Or you could be the next to die.

    They’ll wrap you in a great white sheet
    from your head down to your feet.

    And put you in a big black box
    Underneath the dirt and rocks.

    And all goes well for about two weeks
    Then your coffin begins to leak.

    The worms creep in, the worms creep out
    the worms play pinochle on your snout.

    A purple worm of frightening size
    crawls in you ears and out your eyes

    Then your stomach turns a slimish green
    and pus shoots out like whipping cream

    You serve it on a slice of bread
    and that’s what you have to eat when your dead.

  19. JJ Says:

    This is how I used to sing it!

    There was a woman all skin and bone
    Who lived near the graveyard all alone.
    O-o o-o o-o!

    She thought she’d go to church one day
    To hear the parson preach and pray.
    O-o o-o o-o!

    And when she came to the church-house stile
    She thought she’d stop and rest awhile.
    O-o o-o o-o!

    When she came up to the door
    She thoght she’d stop and rest some more.
    O-o o-o o-o!

    But when she turned and looked around
    She saw a corpse up on the ground.
    O-o o-o o-o!

    From its nose down to its chin
    The worms crawled out, the worms crawled in.
    O-o o-o o-o!

    The woman to the preacher said,
    “Shall I look like that when i’m dead?”
    O-o o-o o-o!

    The preacher to the woman said,
    “You’ll look like that when you are dead!”
    (Now scream:)
    “AAAAAAAAAAAH!”

    I don’t know about you, but that’s how I learned it!

  20. JJ Says:

    By the way! i just noticed, right after i wrote the old skin and bones song, that it was the same as Jacqueline’s song! woops!

  21. JJ Jigolo Says:

    her was an old lady all skin and bones
    Ooo-Ooo-Ooo-Ooo
    She lived down by the old graveyard
    Ooo-Ooo-Ooo-Ooo
    One night sh decided to take a walk
    Ooo-Ooo-Ooo-Ooo
    She walked down by the old graveyard
    Ooo-Ooo-Ooo-Ooo
    She saw some bones on the ground
    Ooo-Ooo-Ooo-Ooo
    She went to the closet to get a broom…..BOO
    Ooo-Ooo-Ooo-Ooo

  22. There was an Old Woman All Skin and Bones – A Hallowe’en Song and Video | Mama Lisa's World Blog Says:

    [...] I’ve posted several versions of this great Halloween song in the past… It’s called There Was an Old Woman All Skin and Bones. [...]

  23. Penubra Says:

    This is the version i heard as a kid
    Scared me a little back then, but i loved it,
    and love it still

    There was a old woman all skin and bone
    Who lived in a grave yard all alone
    OOooOOooOOoo

    She thought she’d do to church one day to hear the parson preach and pray
    OOooOOooOOoo

    When she got to the church house stile
    She thought she’d stop and rest a while

    And when she reached the church house door
    She thought she’d stop and rest some more
    OOooOOooOOoo

    On looking up, on looking down,
    She saw a corps upon the ground
    OOooOOooOOoo

    from it’s nose down it’s chin,
    The worms crawled out, the worms crawled in.*
    OOooOOooOOoo

    The woman to the parson said,
    Shall i look like that wen i am dead?
    OOooOOooOOoo

    The parson to the woman said,
    You’ll look like that wen you are dead
    Aaaaaahhaaa

  24. jahooley Says:

    Well we must have really messed with the song over here on our side of the pond. Here’s how I remember it from Primary School!

    Whenever you see a hearse go by
    Remember some day that you must die
    ooo ooo ooo ooo
    Where shall we be in a hundred years from no – oow!

    They put you in your big white shirt
    And cover you up with tons of dirt
    ooo ooo ooo ooo
    Where shall we be in a hundred years from no – oow!

    They put you in a big black box
    And cover you up with tons of rocks
    ooo ooo ooo ooo
    Where shall we be in a hundred years from no – oow!

    The worms crawl in and the worms crawl out
    They crawl in thin and they come out stout!
    ooo ooo ooo ooo
    Where shall we be in a hundred years from no – oow!

    Your eyes fall in and your teeth fall out
    Your brains come trickling down your snout
    ooo ooo ooo ooo
    Where shall we be in a hundred years from no – oow!

    Your hair turns into a sickly green
    And runs round your ears like Devonshire cream!
    ooo ooo ooo ooo
    Where shall we be in a hundred years from no – oow!

    So! Whenever you see a hearse go by
    Remember some day that you must die
    ooo ooo ooo ooo
    Where shall we be in a hundred years from no – oow!

  25. Lisa Says:

    Very cool! If you’d like to record it I’d be happy to post your recording!

    Cheers!

    Mama Lisa

  26. kjizzl Says:

    mine went like this…..

    there was an old lady all skin and bones
    ooooooo…….ooooooooo…..ooooooo….oooooo
    she live right down the old graveyard ooooooo…….ooooooooo…..ooooooo….oooooo
    one night she thought she’d take a walk
    ooooooo…….ooooooooo…..ooooooo….oooooo
    she saw the bones all laying around
    ooooooo…….ooooooooo…..ooooooo….oooooo
    she went to her house to get a broom
    ooooooo…….ooooooooo…..ooooooo….oooooo
    she opened the closet and
    BOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!

  27. olivia Says:

    ohh man this song really brought back memories of elementary school wow my old music teacher always playeed this song for holloween, its part of the reason why its my favorite holiday, but anyways just thought id share that.

  28. jacquelyn Says:

    Ron Says:

    November 1st, 2007 at 6:34 pm
    I’d like to get in contact with Jacquie in Canada, who wrote (Nov 13, 2006) about that “Faces, Faces, Funny Faces” song. I, too, remember singing the same song as an elementary school student in California. It was actually a very well written song (made up by an elementary school class and its teacher, I think), that I hope will not be allowed to die. How can I contact Jacquie?

    To reply to Ron – simply email websites that gather old songs and give them the lyrics.
    Unfortunately I don’t remember them.

    If you know the lyrics, please send them to me.

    Thanks.

    Jacquelyn.

    (I believe the song was written by a music teacher in Oregon, USA.) in late 50’s early 60’s

  29. Christopher Says:

    Hey folks. Very funny song, I am an elementary teacher in Bangkok, Thailand. I have just finished transcribing the song for the harmonica class that I teach. I did a search to find the origins of the song. I find it amazing that come from a border city in Michigan/Ontario and have never heard of this song, yet I purchase a old teachers books while in New York and I glean this gem from one of the books. Thank you to all who posted alternate lyrics. Our class hopefully will be doing this song come Halloween this year.

    Holt, D.M & Thompson, K. P. Developing Competencies to Teach in the Elementary Classroom. Charles E. Merrill Publishing Company. 1980 p 34. (Cincinatti, Ohio)

  30. jamie mckee Says:

    thanks for all the cool memories i remember a couple of the songs but the different versions are so neat

  31. katie Says:

    there was an old lady skinned in bones,
    oo-OO-oo
    she lived down by the old graveyard
    oo-OO-oo
    she thought she should take a walk
    OO-oo-OO
    she saw all of thee bones layin’ aroun’
    oo-OO-oo
    she went to the closet to get a broom
    OO-oo-oo
    she opened the closet and …….
    BOO!

  32. Payton Says:

    There was a lady all skin and bone,
    And such a lady was never known.
    It happened on a holiday
    The lady went to church to pray.

    And when she came unto the stile,
    She tarried there a little while,
    And when she came unto the door,
    She tarried there a little more.

    And when she came unto the aisle,
    She wore a sad and a woeful smile.
    She’d come a long and a weary mile,
    Her sin and sorrow to beguile.

    And she walked up, and she walked down,
    And spied a dead man upon the ground.
    And from his nose unto his chin,
    The worms crept out, and the worms crept in.

    And the lady to the sexton said,
    Shall I be so when I am dead?
    And the sexton to the lady said,
    You’ll be the same when you are dead!

  33. Olivia Says:

    Heres one I am learning in my music class this year :D
    There was an old woman all skin and bone,
    OOOO-OO-oo!
    she lived down by the old graveyard,
    ooo-ooo-ooo!
    One night she thought she’d take a walk,
    Ooo-oo-ooo!
    She walked down by the old graveyard,
    OoooOO-oo!
    She saw the bones a-layin around,
    Oooo-Oooo!
    She thought she’d sweep the old church house,
    Oooo-Oooo!
    She went to the closet to get a broom,
    OOooo-Ooo!
    She opened the door and BOO![

  34. Deli Says:

    There was an old lady all skin and bone.
    Oo-oo-ooh
    She lived alive in the old graveyard.
    Oo-oo-ooh
    One night she thought to go for a walk.
    Oo-oo-ooh
    She walked around the old graveyard.
    Oo-oo-ooh
    She went to the closet to get a broom.
    Oo-oo-ooh
    She opened the door and-
    BOO!

    ;)

  35. aryanna Says:

    actually i am in forth grade and my music teacher tought me it this way:there was an old woman all skin and bones-OoO-oOo-OoO she lived down by the old graveyard-OoO-oOo-OoO one night she thought she take a walk-OoO -oOo-OoO she saw some bones a-lying around-OoO-oOo-OoO she went to her closet to get a broom-OoO-oOo-OoO and when she went to her closet-OoO-oOo-OoO and out popped a ghost-OoO-oOo-OoO that was the last you saw of her-OoO-oOo-OoO

  36. AA Says:

    Never laugh at a hearse go by
    Or you will be the next to die
    They’ll wrap you up in a big white sheet
    And bung you doen about 10 foot deep
    They put you into a big black box
    And cover you in dirt and rocks
    It al goes well for about a week
    Until the coffin starts to leak

    All the worms crawl in and out
    One little worm, not quite so stout
    Crawls through your stomach
    And out of your snout

  37. Irish Says:

    My family sings this song for every birthday celebration.
    it goes a little differently…
    There was an old woman, her name was Joan
    and she was mad of skin and bones,
    Waawoo waawoo
    the woman went to church one day
    to hear the parson preacher pray
    Waawoo waawoo
    and as she stepped inside the door
    there lay a dead man on the floor
    Waawoo waawoo
    the woman to the preacher said
    will i be thus when i am dead
    Waawoo waawoo
    the preacher to the woman said
    you will be thus when you are dead
    Waawoo waawoo
    the worms crawled in the worms crawled out
    the worms they crawled right down their snout
    Waawoo waawoo
    WAAWOO!

    i never thought i would find the song but i guess i did

  38. Carolyn Jerard Says:

    This goes back generations, much older than 50s and 60s. Here is the version our grandmother (She was born in 1884.) recited for us when we were children in the 40s and 50s in New England. It was not a song — it was a chant. There was no “ooo-oo-ooo” after each line — instead the last word of each line was 2 syllables with an emphasis on the first, as in BO-one. I have typed the first 2 lines with accented syllables capitalized, to show the rhythm. I assume my grandmother heard it from her parents and grandparents, and that it came down in the family through forebears from England in the 16- or 1700s.

    There WAS an old WOman all SKIN and BO-one.
    She LIVED on a HILLside ALL aLO-one.

    She thought she’d go to church one da-ay
    To hear the parson preach and pra-ay.

    When she came unto a sti-ile,
    She thought she’d rest her bones awhi-ile.

    And when she came unto the chur-urch door,
    She saw a corpse upon the flo-or.

    The worms crawled in and the worms crawled ou-t
    The corpse’s eyes and ears and snou-t.

    The woman then unto the preacher sa-id,
    “Will I be thus when I am de-ad?”

    The preacher then unto the woman sa-id,
    “You will be thus when you are de-ad.”

    The woman then unto the corpse sa-id,
    “Will I be thus when I am de-ad?”

    The corpse then unto the woman sa-id,
    BOO!

  39. Lauren Says:

    This is the version I learned as a kid.

    Do you ever see a hearse go by
    And think you are the next to die

    They wrap you up in bloody sheets
    And throw you down about six feet deep

    It all goes well for about a week
    And then your casket begins to leak

    A big green big with big green eyes
    Crawls up your liver and out your eyes

    The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out
    The bugs play pinochle on your snout

    Your eyes explode, your teeth decay
    And that’s the end of a happy day.

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