I received a standing ovation in 1949 when I sang "Mandy and the Spider" for a music recital. Not being adept with the piano, I was given a cute little song to sing in lieu of a piano piece.
The song ended as follows:
for Mandy sweeps and sweeps and SWEEPS ...............
but never in the corner.
Basically it was a song about a spider and her little ones. The mama spider warns her baby spiders to stay in the corner to play where they will be safe, for Mandy, the maid, never sweeps in the corner!
I would love to share these lyrics with my little great-niece. Please help if possible.