A reversal of the paradigm, which my grandmother used to recite to me. No, really she did:

"What is the rhyme for porringer?
What is the rhyme for porringer?"
"The King he had a daughter fair,
And gave the Prince of Orange her."

This is presumably a historical reference to the marriage of William and Mary in the seventeenth century, which led to the Glorious Revolution, the Battle of the Boyne and all that stuff. I strongly suspect that Granny Herring, whose didactic instincts were honed by many years as the village schoolmistress, got it from one of the collections by Peter and Iona Opie.

Soit, alternativement: