At Junior School, in the mid-1950s, I came across a poem entitled "The Boaster".
IIRC it ran to several verses, each one ending in "I'm from our village, our village. I'm my father's son", and otherwise consisted of various silly boasts. One that sticks in my mind is "I've in town three houses fine. When I've bought them they'll be mine".
I've never come across it online. Does anyone else recognise it or know where it is in print? I'm pretty sure it was an English rhyme.