Gay go up, and gay go down, To ring the bells of London town. Bull's eyes and targets, Say the bells of St. Margret's. Brickbats and tiles, Say the bells of St. Giles' Section from a 19th-century engraving by Nathaniel Whittock from a drawing by Antony van den Wyngaerde (c. 1543–50), which shows the towers and spires of many of the churches mentioned in the rhyme. The folk rock band The Byrds recorded their version of his version in 1965, releasing it on their hit debut album Mr. Tambourine Man. Both Seeger and The Byrds used deeply resonant 12-string guitars in their arrangements. In the 1963 horror-comedy The Old Dark House, part of the rhyme is heard on a tape recording played backwards while trying to discover the identity of the secret killer.