100 Músicas Infantis Famosas em Inglês

Ter contato com inglês através da arte é uma forma divertida e natural de uma pessoa se habituar gradualmente ao idioma, e pode acontecer desde a primeira infância.

Aqui estão reunidas algumas das músicas infantis mais famosas e amadas no universo anglófono. Para ouvir estas canções, basta rapidamente pesquisá-las no Google ou no seu serviço de streaming musical favorito. Como são clássicas, é fácil encontrá-las.

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Esta lista está aqui para facilitar o acesso à letra oficial ou mais moderna de cada um dos títulos e concentrar as melhores referências para pais e professores que não tem tanto tempo quanto gostariam para pesquisar canções novas para cantar com os pequenos. 

1 – Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

Twinkle twinkle little star.

How I wonder what you are.

Up above the world so high.

Like a diamond in the sky.

Twinkle twinkle little star.

How I wonder what you are.

Twinkle twinkle little star.

How I wonder what you are.

Up above the world so high.

Like a diamond in the sky.

Twinkle twinkle little star.

How I wonder what you are.

2 – If You’re Happy and You Know It (Clap Your Hands)

If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands. (Clap-clap)

If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands. (Clap-clap)

If you’re happy and you know it, then your face will surely show it.

If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands. (Clap-clap)

If you’re happy and you know it, stomp your feet. (Stomp stomp)

If you’re happy and you know it, stomp your feet. (Stomp stomp)

If you’re happy and you know it, then your face will surely show it.

If you’re happy and you know it, stomp your feet. (Stomp stomp)

If you’re happy and you know it, shout “Hooray!” (Hoo-ray!)

If you’re happy and you know it, shout “Hooray!” (Hoo-ray!)

If you’re happy and you know it, then your face will surely show it.

If you’re happy and you know it, shout “Hooray!” (Hoo-ray!)

If you’re happy and you know it, do all three (clap-clap, stomp-stomp, hoo-ray!)

If you’re happy and you know it, do all three (clap-clap, stomp-stomp, hoo-ray!)

If you’re happy and you know it, then your face will surely show it

If you’re happy and you know it, do all three. (clap-clap, stomp-stomp, hoo-ray!)

3 – Silent Night

Silent night, holy night

All is calm, all is bright

Round yon Virgin, Mother and Child

Holy Infant so tender and mild

Sleep in heavenly peace

Sleep in heavenly peace

Silent night, holy night

All is calm, all is bright

Round yon Virgin, Mother and Child

Holy Infant so tender and mild

Sleep in heavenly peace

Sleep in heavenly peace

Silent night, holy night

All is calm, all is bright

Round yon Virgin, Mother and Child

Holy Infant so tender and mild

Sleep in heavenly peace

Sleep in heavenly peace

4 – Star Light, Star Bright

Star light, star bright

First star I see tonight

Wish I may, wish I might

Have the wish I wish tonight

5 – Five Little Ducks

Five little ducks went out one day.

Over the hill and far away.

Mother duck said, “Quack, quack, quack, quack.”

But only four little ducks came back.

1, 2, 3, 4.

Four little ducks went out one day.

Over the hill and far away.

Mother duck said, “Quack, quack, quack, quack.”

But only three little ducks came back.

1, 2, 3.

Three little ducks went out one day.

Over the hill and far away.

Mother duck said, “Quack, quack, quack, quack.”

But only two little ducks came back.

1, 2.

Two little ducks went out one day.

Over the hill and far away.

Mother duck said, “Quack, quack, quack, quack.”

But only one little duck came back.

1.

One little duck went out one day.

Over the hill and far away.

Mother duck said, “Quack, quack, quack, quack.”

But none of the five little ducks came back.

Sad mother duck went out one day.

Over the hill and far away.

Mother duck said, “Quack, quack, quack, quack.”

And all of five little ducks came back.

Five little ducks went out one day.

Over the hill and far away.

Mother duck said, “Quack, quack, quack, quack.”

And all of the five little ducks came back!

6 – The Itsy Bitsy Spider

The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout.

Down came the rain and washed the spider out.

Out came the sun and dried up all the rain.

Then the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again.

7 – The Wheels on the Bus

The wheels on the bus go round and round. Round and round. Round and round.

The wheels on the bus go round and round. Round and round.

The door on the bus goes open and shut. Open and shut. Open and shut.

The door on the bus goes open and shut. Open and shut.

The wipers on the bus go swish swish swish. Swish swish swish. Swish swish swish.

The wipers on the bus go swish swish swish. Swish swish swish.

The horn on the bus goes beep beep beep. Beep beep beep. Beep beep beep.

The horn on the bus goes beep beep beep. Beep beep beep.

The people on the bus go up and down. Up and down. Up and down.

The people on the bus go up and down. Up and down.

The babies on the bus go, “Wah wah wah. Wah wah wah. Wah wah wah.”

The babies on the bus go, “Wah wah wah. Wah wah wah.”

The mommies on the bus go, “Shhh shhh shhh. Shhh shhh shhh. Shhh shhh shhh.”

The daddies on the bus go, “Shhh shhh shhh. Shhh shhh shhh.”

9 – The Alphabet Song

A, B, C, D, E, F, G

H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P

Q, R, S, T, U, V

W, X, Y, Z

Now I know my ABCs.

Next time won’t you sing with me?

10 – Five Little Monkeys

Five little monkeys jumping on the bed.

One fell off and bumped his head.

Mama called the doctor and the doctor said,

“No more monkeys jumping on the bed!”

Four little monkeys jumping on the bed.

One fell off and bumped his head.

Mama called the doctor and the doctor said,

“No more monkeys jumping on the bed!”

Three little monkeys jumping on the bed.

One fell off and bumped her head.

Mama called the doctor and the doctor said,

“No more monkeys jumping on the bed!”

Two little monkeys jumping on the bed.

One fell off and bumped his head.

Mama called the doctor and the doctor said,

“No more monkeys jumping on the bed!”

One little monkey jumping on the bed.

She fell off and bumped her head.

Mama called the doctor and the doctor said,

“No more monkeys jumping on the bed!”

11 – Old MacDonald

Old McDonald had a farm. E-I-E-I-O.

And on that farm he had a sheep. E-I-E-I-O.

What does a sheep say?

Cluck cluck?

Oink?

Baaa?

With a baaa baaa here.

And a baaa baaa there.

Here a baaa.

There a baaa.

Everywhere a baaa baaa.

Old McDonald had a farm. E-I-E-I-O.

Old McDonald had a farm. E-I-E-I-O.

And on that farm he had a duck. E-I-E-I-O.

What does a duck say?

Meow?

Moo?

Quack quack?

With a quack quack here.

And a quack quack there.

Here a quack.

There a quack.

Everywhere a quack quack.

Old McDonald had a farm. E-I-E-I-O.

Old McDonald had a farm. E-I-E-I-O.

And on that farm he had a rooster. E-I-E-I-O.

What does a rooster say?

Ribbit?

Meow?

Cock-a-doodle-doo?

With a cock-a-doodle-doo.

Cock-a-doodle-doo.

Cock-a-doodle-doodle-doodle-doodle-doodle-doo.

Old McDonald had a farm. E-I-E-I-O.

E-I-E-I-O.

12 – See You Later, Alligator

Goodbye, goodbye.

It’s time to go.

Goodbye, goodbye.

I don’t want to go.

See you later, alligator.

Bye bye bye, butterfly.

Goodbye!

13 – The Ants Go Marching

The ants go marching one by one.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching one by one.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching one by one;

The little one stops to suck his thumb,

And they all go marching down to the ground

To get out of the rain.

Boom, boom, boom, boom!

The ants go marching two by two.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching two by two.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching two by two;

The little one stops to tie his shoe,

And they all go marching down to the ground

To get out of the rain.

Boom, boom, boom!

The ants go marching three by three.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching three by three.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching three by three;

The little one stops to climb a tree,

And they all go marching down to the ground

To get out of the rain.

Boom, boom, boom!

The ants go marching four by four.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching four by four.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching four by four;

The little one stops to shut the door,

And they all go marching down to the ground

To get out of the rain.

Boom, boom, boom!

The ants go marching five by five.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching five by five.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching five by five;

The little one stops to take a dive,

And they all go marching down to the ground

To get out of the rain.

Boom, boom, boom!

The ants go marching six by six.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching six by six.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching six by six;

The little one stops to pick up sticks,

And they all go marching down to the ground

To get out of the rain.

Boom, boom, boom!

The ants go marching seven by seven.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching seven by seven.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching seven by seven;

The little one stops to pray to heaven,

(and) they all go marching down to the ground

To get out of the rain.

Boom, boom, boom!

The ants go marching eight by eight.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching eight by eight.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching eight by eight;

The little one stops to rollerskate,

And they all go marching down to the ground

To get out of the rain.

Boom, boom, boom!

The ants go marching nine by nine.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching nine by nine.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching nine by nine;

The little one stops to check the time,

And they all go marching down to the ground

To get out of the rain.

Boom, boom, boom!

The ants go marching ten by ten.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching ten by ten.

Hoorah! Hoorah!

The ants go marching ten by ten;

The little one stops to shout

“THE END!!”

14 – Hickory Dickory Dock

Hickory dickory dock.

The mouse went up the clock.

The clock struck one.

The mouse went down.

Hickory dickory dock.

Tick tock. Tick tock. Tick tock. Tick tock.

A snake.

Hickory dickory dock.

The snake went up the clock.

The clock struck two.

The snake went down.

Hickory dickory dock.

Tick tock. Tick tock. Tick tock. Tick tock.

A squirrel.

Hickory dickory dock.

The squirrel went up the clock.

The clock struck three.

The squirrel went down.

Hickory dickory dock.

Tick tock. Tick tock. Tick tock. Tick tock.

A cat.

Hickory dickory dock.

The cat went up the clock.

The clock struck four.

The cat went down.

Hickory dickory dock.

Tick tock. Tick tock. Tick tock. Tick tock.

A monkey.

Hickory dickory dock.

The monkey went up the clock.

The clock struck five.

The monkey went down.

Hickory dickory dock.

Tick tock. Tick tock. Tick tock. Tick tock.

An elephant?! Oh no!

Hickory dickory dock

The elephant went up the clock.

Oh no!

Hickory dickory dock.

15 – The Bath Song

Can you wash your hair?

I can wash my hair.

Can you wash your feet?

I can wash my feet.

Can you wash your face?

I can wash my face.

Can you wash your knees?

I can wash my knees.

I can wash my hair.

I can wash my feet.

I can wash my face.

I can wash my knees.

This is the way we take a bath.

Can you wash your shoulders?

I can wash my shoulders.

Can you wash your toes?

I can wash my toes.

Can you wash your hands?

I can wash my hands.

Can you wash your nose?

I can wash my nose.

I can wash my shoulders.

I can wash my toes.

I can wash my hands.

I can wash my nose.

This is the way we take a bath.

16 – Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes

Head, shoulders, knees, and toes, knees and toes.

Head, shoulders, knees, and toes, knees and toes.

And eyes and ears and mouth and nose.

Head, shoulders, knees, and toes, knees and toes.

17 – Miss Polly Had a Dolly

Miss Polly had a dolly who was sick, sick, sick.

So she called for the doctor to come quick, quick, quick.

The doctor came with his bag and his hat

And he knocked on the door with a rat-a-tat-tat.

He looked at the dolly and he shook his head

And he said “Miss Polly, put her straight to bed!”

He wrote on a paper for some pills, pills, pills

“I’ll be back in the morning with my bill, bill, bill.”

18 – Mary Had a Little Lamb

Mary had a little lamb,

whose fleece was white as snow.

And everywhere that Mary went,

the lamb was sure to go.

It followed her to school one day

which was against the rules.

It made the children laugh and play,

to see a lamb at school.

And so the teacher turned it out,

but still it lingered near,

And waited patiently about,

till Mary did appear.

“Why does the lamb love Mary so?”

the eager children cry.

“Why, Mary loves the lamb, you know.”

the teacher did reply

19 – Down By The Bay

Down by the bay.

Where the watermelons grow.

Back to my home

I dare not go.

For if I do

my mother will say,

“Did you ever see a cat wearing a hat?”

Down by the bay.

Down by the bay.

Where the watermelons grow.

Back to my home

I dare not go.

For if I do

My mother will say,

“Did you ever see a goat rowing a boat?”

Down by the bay.

Down by the bay.

Where the watermelons grow.

Back to my home

I dare not go

For if I do

my mother will say,

“Did you ever see a frog walking a dog?”

Down by the bay.

Down by the bay.

Where the watermelons grow.

Back to my home

I dare not go.

For if I do

my mother will say,

“Did you ever see a bear combing his hair?”

Down by the bay.

Down by the bay

Where the watermelons grow

Back to my home

I dare not go

For if I do

my mother will say,

“Did you ever see a llama wearing pajamas?”

Down by the bay.

Down by the bay.

Where the watermelons grow.

Back to my home

I dare not go.

For if I do

my mother will say,

“Did you ever see a dragon pulling a wagon?”

Down by the bay.

Down by the bay.

20 – The ABC Song

A, B, C, D

E, F, G

H, I, J, K

L, M, N, O, P

Q, R, S

T, U, V

W, X, Y, Z

Now I know my ABC’s

Next time won’t you sing with me

21 – As I was going by Charing Cross

As I was going by Charing Cross, 

I saw a black man upon a black horse; 

They told me it was King Charles the First- 

Oh dear, my heart was ready to burst!

22 – Animal Fair

I went to the animal fair,

The birds and the beasts were there;

The big baboon by the light of the moon

Was combing his auburn hair.

The monkey he got drunk

And sat on the elephant’s trunk,

The elephant sneezed and went down on his knees

And what become of the monk?

23 – Bye, baby Bunting

Bye, baby Bunting,

Daddy’s gone a-hunting,

Gone to get a rabbit skin

To wrap the baby Bunting in.

24 – See Saw Margery Daw

See Saw Margery Daw,

Jacky shall have a new master;

Jacky shall earn but a penny a day,

Because he can’t work any faster.

25 – She’ll Be Coming ‘Round the Mountain

She’ll be coming ‘round the mountain when she comes (yee-haw)

She’ll be coming ‘round the mountain when she comes (yee-haw)

She’ll be coming ‘round the mountain

She’ll be coming ‘round the mountain

She’ll be coming ‘round the mountain when she comes (yee-haw)

She’ll be ridin’ six white horses when she comes (whoa back)

She’ll be ridin’ six white horses when she comes (whoa back)

She’ll be ridin’ six white horses

She’ll be ridin’ six white horses

She’ll be ridin’ six white horses when she comes

(Whoa back)

(Yee-haw)

And we’ll all go out to greet her when she comes (yo, what’s up?)

Yeah, we’ll all go out to greet her when she comes (yo, what’s up?)

Oh, we’ll all go out to greet her

Yeah, we’ll all go out to greet her

We’ll all go out to greet her when she comes

(Yo, what’s up?)

(Whoa back)

(Yee-haw)

Then we’ll all eat purple pizza when she comes (eww, yucky)

We’ll all eat purple pizza when she comes (eww, yucky)

Then we’ll all eat purple pizza

Oh, we’ll all eat purple pizza

We’ll all eat purple pizza when she comes

(Eww, yucky)

(Yo, what’s up?)

(Whoa back)

(Yee-haw)

And we’ll all read books together when she comes

(Once upon a time in a far off land)

Oh, we’ll all read books together when she comes

(Once upon a time in a far off land)

Ye, we’ll all read books together

Oh, we’ll all read books together

We’ll all read books together when she comes

(Once upon a time in a far off land)

(Eww, yucky)

(Yo, what’s up?)

(Whoa back)

(Yee-haw)

And she’ll get to sleep with grandma when she comes (move over)

Oh, she’ll get to sleep with grandma when she comes (move over)

Yeah, she’ll get to sleep with grandma

Oh, she’ll get to sleep with grandma

She’ll get to sleep with grandma when she comes

(Move over)

(Once upon a time in a far off land)

(Eww, yucky)

(Yo, what’s up?)

(Whoa my back)

(Yee-haw)

One last time

She’ll be coming ‘round the mountain when she comes (yee-haw)

She’ll be coming ‘round the mountain when she comes (yee-haw)

She’ll be coming ‘round the mountain

She’ll be coming ‘round the mountain

She’ll be coming ‘round the mountain when she comes

(Move over)

(Once upon a time in a far off land)

(Eww, yucky)

(Yo, what’s up?)

(Whoa back)

(Yee-haw)

26 – Lavender’s Blue

Lavender’s blue, dilly dilly, lavender’s green,

When I am king, dilly dilly, you shall be queen:

Who told you so, dilly dilly, who told you so?

‘Twas mine own heart, dilly dilly, that told me so.

Call up your men, dilly dilly, set them to work,

Some with a rake, dilly dilly, some with a fork;

Some to make hay, dilly dilly, some to thresh corn,

Whilst you and I, dilly dilly, keep ourselves warm.

If you should die, dilly dilly, as it may hap,

You shall be buried, dilly dilly, under the tap;

Who told you so, dilly dilly, pray tell me why?

That you might drink, dilly dilly, when you are dry.

27 – Little Boy Blue

Little Boy Blue, come blow your horn,

The sheep’s in the meadow, the cow’s in the corn.

Where is that boy who looks after the sheep?

He’s under a haystack, fast asleep.

Will you wake him? Oh no, not I,

For if I do, he’ll surely cry.

28 – Did You Ever See a Lassie?

Did you ever see a lassie,

A lassie, a lassie?

Did you ever see a lassie,

Go this way and that?

Go this way and that way,

Go this way and that way.

Did you ever see a lassie,

Go this way and that?

Did you ever see a laddie,

A laddie, a laddie?

Did you ever see a laddie,

Go this way and that?

Go this way and that way,

Go this way and that way.

Did you ever see a laddie,

Go this way and that?

29 – Eeny, meeny, miny, moe

Eeny, meeny, miny, moe,

Catch a tiger by the toe.

If he hollers, let him go,

Eeny, meeny, miny, moe.

30 – The Farmer in the Dell

The farmer in the dell (2x)

Hi-ho, the derry-o…

The farmer in the dell

The farmer takes the wife (2×)

Hi-ho, the derry-o…

The farmer takes the wife

The wife takes the child (2×)

Hi-ho, the derry-o…

The wife takes the child

The child takes the nurse (2×)

Hi-ho, the derry-o…

The child takes the nurse

The nurse takes the cow (2×)

Hi-ho, the derry-o…

The nurse takes the cow

The cow takes the dog (2×)

Hi-ho, the derry-o…

The cow takes the dog

The dog takes the cat (2×)

Hi-ho, the derry-o…

The dog takes the cat

The cat takes the mouse (or rat) (2×)

Hi-ho, the derry-o…

The cat takes the mouse (or rat)

The mouse (or rat) takes the cheese (2×)

Hi-ho, the derry-o…

The mouse (or rat) takes the cheese

The cheese stands alone (2×)

Hi-ho, the derry-o…

The cheese stands alone

31 – Green Gravel

Green gravel, green gravel, the grass is so green

The fairest young damsel that was ever seen

O Mary, O Mary, your true love is dead

He sent you a letter to turn around your head..

32 – Hey Diddle Diddle

Hey diddle, diddle!

The cat and the fiddle,

The cow jumped over the moon;

The little dog laughed

To see such sport,

And the dish ran away with the spoon.

33 – Polly Wolly Doodle

Oh, I went down South for to see my Sal

Singing Polly Wolly Doodle all the day

My Sal she am a spunky gal

Singing Polly Wolly Doodle all the day

Fare thee well, fare thee well

Fare thee well my fairy fay

For I’m goin’ to Louisiana for to see my Susi-anna

Sing Polly Wolly Doodle all the day

Oh agrasshopper sitting on a railroad track

Singing Polly wolly doodle all the day

Just picking his teeth with a carpet tack

Singing Polly wolly doodle all the day

Fare thee well, fare thee well

Fare thee well my fairy fay

For I’m goin’ to Louisiana for to see my Susi-anna

Singing Polly Wolly Doodle all the day

Behind the barn, down on my knees

Singing Polly wolly doodle all the day

I thought I heard a chicken sneeze

Singing Polly wolly doodle all the day

Fare thee well, fare thee well,

Fare thee well my fairy fay

For I’m going to Lou’siana

For to see my Susyanna

Sing Polly wolly doodle all the day

Oh, I went down South

To see my Sal

Singing Polly wolly doodle all the day

My Sal, she is a spunky gal

Singing Polly wolly doodle all the day

Fare thee well, fare thee well

Fare thee well my fairy fay

For I’m goin’ to Louisiana for to see my Susi-anna

Singing Polly Wolly Doodle all the day.

Fare thee well, fare thee well

Fare thee well my fairy fay

For I’m goin’ to Louisiana for to see my Susi-anna

Singing Polly Wolly Doodle all the day.

34 – Pop Goes the Weasel

Half a pound of tuppenny rice,

Half a pound of treacle.

That’s the way the money goes,

Pop! goes the weasel.

Every night when I go out,

The monkey’s on the table,

Take a stick and knock it off,

Pop! goes the weasel.

Up and down the City road,

In and out the Eagle,

That’s the way the money goes,

Pop goes the weasel.

35 – Peter Piper

Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.

A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked.

If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,

Where’s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?

Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.

If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,

How many pickled peppers that Peter Piper picked?

36 – My Hat, It Has Three Corners

My hat, it has three corners,

Three corners has my hat.

And had it not three corners,

It would not be my hat.

37 – Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary

Mary, Mary, quite contrary,

How does your garden grow?

With silver bells, and cockle shells,

And pretty maids all in a row

38 – Rain Rain Go Away

Rain rain go away,

Come again another day

39 – Rock-a-bye Baby

Rock-a-bye baby

on the tree top.

When the wind blows

the cradle will rock.

When the bough breaks,

the cradle will fall.

And down will come Baby,

Cradle and all.

40 – Jack Sprat

Jack Sprat could eat no fat.

His wife could eat no lean.

But, together both,

They licked the platter clean

41 – Row, Row, Row Your Boat

Row, row, row your boat

Gently down the stream

Merrily merrily, merrily, merrily

Life is but a dream

42 – Ladybird, Ladybird!

Ladybird, ladybird fly away home,

Your house is on fire and your children are gone,

All except one, and her name is Ann,

And she hid under the baking pan.

43 – Little Jack Horner

Little Jack Horner

Sat in the corner,

Eating his Christmas pie;

He put in his thumb,

And pulled out a plum,

And said, “What a good boy am I!”

44 – Cock a Doodle Doo

Cock a doodle do!

My dame has lost her shoe,

My master’s lost his fiddlestick,

And knows not what to do.

45 – Doctor Foster

Doctor Foster went to Gloucester,

In a shower of rain;

He stepped in a puddle,

Right up to his middle,

And never went there again.

46 –  Come Follow Me (To the Hollow Tree)

Come, follow, follow, follow, follow, follow, follow me!

Wither shall I follow, follow, follow

Wither shall I follow, follow me.

To the hollow, to the hollow, to the hollow, hollow tree.

47 – Lucy Locket

Lucy Locket lost her pocket,

Kitty Fisher found it;

Not a penny was there in it,

Only ribbon round it.

48 – Singing to the Bus Driver

Hail to the bus driver,

bus driver, bus driver,

Hail to the bus driver,

bus driver-man

He screams and he cusses,

He rams other buses.

Hail to the bus driver,

bus driver-man.

49 – Little Robin Redbreast

Little Robin Redbreast sat upon a rail.

Niddle noddle went his head, wiggle waggle went his tail.

Little Robin Redbreast came to visit me.

This is what he whistled, “Thank you for the tea.”

Little Robin Redbreast sat upon a tree.

Up went kitty cat and down went he.

Down came kitty cat, away Robin ran.

Says little Robin Redbreast, “Catch me if you can.”

Little Robin Redbreast jumped upon a wall.

Kitty cat jumped after him and almost had a fall.

Little Robin chirped and sang and what did kitty say?

Kitty cat said “Meow meow meow,” and Robin flew away.

50 – Little Arabella Miller

Little Arabella Miller

Found a furry caterpillar

First it climbed upon her mother

Then upon her baby brother

“Ugh” said Arabella Miller

“Take away that caterpillar!”

51 – Humpty Dumpty

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,

Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.

All the king’s horses and all the king’s men

Couldn’t put Humpty together again.

52 – Ten Green Bottles

Ten green bottles hanging on the wall,

Ten green bottles hanging on the wall,

And if one green bottle should accidentally fall,

There’ll be nine green bottles hanging on the wall.

Nine green bottles hanging on the wall,

Nine green bottles hanging on the wall,

And if one green bottle should accidentally fall,

There’ll be eight green bottles hanging on the wall.

Eight green bottles hanging on the wall,

Eight green bottles hanging on the wall,

And if one green bottle should accidentally fall,

There’ll be seven green bottles hanging on the wall.

Seven green bottles hanging on the wall,

Seven green bottles hanging on the wall,

And if one green bottle should accidentally fall,

There’ll be six green bottles hanging on the wall.

Six green bottles hanging on the wall,

Six green bottles hanging on the wall,

And if one green bottle should accidentally fall,

There’ll be five green bottles hanging on the wall.

Five green bottles hanging on the wall,

Five green bottles hanging on the wall,

And if one green bottle should accidentally fall,

There’ll be four green bottles hanging on the wall.

Four green bottles hanging on the wall,

Four green bottles hanging on the wall,

And if one green bottle should accidentally fall,

There’ll be three green bottles hanging on the wall.

Three green bottles hanging on the wall,

Three green bottles hanging on the wall,

And if one green bottle should accidentally fall,

There’ll be two green bottles hanging on the wall.

Two green bottles hanging on the wall,

Two green bottles hanging on the wall,

And if one green bottle should accidentally fall,

There’ll be one green bottles hanging on the wall.

One green bottles hanging on the wall,

One green bottles hanging on the wall,

And if one green bottle should accidentally fall,

There’ll be zero green hanging hanging on the wall.

53 – This Little Piggy

This little piggy went to market,

This little piggy stayed home,

This little piggy had roast beef,

This little piggy had none,

And this little piggy cried “wee wee wee” all the way home

54 – The Muffin Man

Do you know the muffin man,

The muffin man, the muffin man.

Do you know the muffin man,

Who lives on Drury Lane?

Yes [or “Oh, yes”], I know the muffin man,

The muffin man, the muffin man,

Yes, I know the muffin man,

Who lives on Drury Lane

55 – This is the House that Jack Built

This is the house that Jack built.

This is the malt that lay in the house that Jack built.

This is the rat that ate the malt

That lay in the house that Jack built.

This is the cat

That killed the rat that ate the malt

That lay in the house that Jack built.

This is the dog that worried the cat

That killed the rat that ate the malt

That lay in the house that Jack built.

This is the cow with the crumpled horn

That tossed the dog that worried the cat

That killed the rat that ate the malt

That lay in the house that Jack built.

This is the maiden all forlorn

That milked the cow with the crumpled horn

That tossed the dog that worried the cat

That killed the rat that ate the malt

That lay in the house that Jack built.

This is the man all tattered and torn

That kissed the maiden all forlorn

That milked the cow with the crumpled horn

That tossed the dog that worried the cat

That killed the rat that ate the malt

That lay in the house that Jack built.

This is the judge all shaven and shorn

That married the man all tattered and torn

That kissed the maiden all forlorn

That milked the cow with the crumpled horn

That tossed the dog that worried the cat

That killed the rat that ate the malt

That lay in the house that Jack built.

This is the rooster that crowed in the morn

That woke the judge all shaven and shorn

That married the man all tattered and torn

That kissed the maiden all forlorn

That milked the cow with the crumpled horn

That tossed the dog that worried the cat

That killed the rat that ate the malt

That lay in the house that Jack built.

This is the farmer sowing his corn

That kept the rooster that crowed in the morn

That woke the judge all shaven and shorn

That married the man all tattered and torn

That kissed the maiden all forlorn

That milked the cow with the crumpled horn

That tossed the dog that worried the cat

That killed the rat that ate the malt

That lay in the house that Jack built.

This is the horse and the hound and the horn

That belonged to the farmer sowing his corn

That kept the rooster that crowed in the morn

That woke the judge all shaven and shorn

That married the man all tattered and torn

That kissed the maiden all forlorn

That milked the cow with the crumpled horn

That tossed the dog that worried the cat

That killed the rat that ate the malt

That lay in the house that Jack built.

56 – A Wise Old Owl

A wise old owl lived in an oak

The more he saw the less he spoke

The less he spoke the more he heard.

Why can’t we all be like that wise old bird?

57 – Goosey Goosey Gander

Goosey goosey gander,

Whither shall I wander?

Upstairs and downstairs

And in my lady’s chamber.

There I met an old man

Who wouldn’t say his prayers,

So I took him by his left leg

And threw him down the stairs.

58 – Solomon Grundy

Short version

Solomon Grundy,

Born on a Monday,

Christened on Tuesday,

Married on Wednesday,

Took ill on Thursday,

Grew worse on Friday,

Died on Saturday,

Buried on Sunday,

That was the end,

Of Solomon Grundy.[2][3]

Long version

Solomon Grundy, born on a Monday,

Christened on a stark and stormy Tuesday,

Married on a grey and grisly Wednesday,

Took ill on a mild and mellow Thursday,

Grew worse on a bright and breezy Friday,

Died on a grey and glorious Saturday,

Buried on a baking, blistering Sunday.

That was the end of Solomon Grundy.

59 – How Many Miles to Babylon?

How many miles to Babylon?

Three score miles and ten.

Can I get there by candle-light?

Yes, and back again …

If your heels are nimble and your toes are light,

You may get there by candle-light.

60 – Girls and Boys Come Out To Play

Girls and boys, come out to play,

The moon doth shine as bright as day;

Leave your supper, and leave your sleep,

And come with your playfellows into the street.

Come with a whoop, come with a call,

Come with a good will or not at all.

Up the ladder and down the wall,

A halfpenny roll will serve us all.

You find milk, and I’ll find flour,

And we’ll have a pudding in half an hour.

61 – Old King Cole

Old King Cole was a merry old soul,

And a merry old soul was he;

He called for his pipe, and he called for his bowl,

And he called for his fiddlers three.

Every fiddler he had a fiddle,

And a very fine fiddle had he;

Oh there’s none so rare, as can compare,

With King Cole and his fiddlers three.

62 – Down by the Station

Down by the station

Early in the morning

See the little pufferbellies

All in a row

See the station master

Turn the little handle

Chug chug puff puff

Off they go

Down by the station

Early in the morning

See the shiny train cars

All in a row

Waitin’ to get hitched up

And go on their adventure

Chug chug puff puff

Off they go

Down by the station

Early in the morning

See my favorite engine

Ready to tow

All the other train cars

Will follow on behind him

Chug chug puff puff

Off they go

Down by the station

Early in the morning

Climb on aboard

And hear the whistle blow

Mr. Conductor

Please take my ticket

Chug chug puff puff

Off they go

Down by the station

Early in the morning

See the little pufferbellies

All in a row

See the station master

Turn the little handle

Chug chug puff puff

Off they go

See the station master

Turn the little handle

Chug chug puff puff

Off they go

Chug chug puff puff

Off they go

63 – London Bridge

London Bridge is falling down

Falling down, falling down

London Bridge is falling down

My fair lady

Build it up with iron bars

Iron bars, iron bars

Build it up with iron bars

My fair lady

Iron bars will bend and break

Bend and break, bend and break

Iron bars will bend and break

My fair lady

Build it up with gold and silver

Gold and silver, gold and silver

Build it up with gold and silver

My fair lady

London Bridge is falling down

Falling down, falling down

London Bridge is falling down

M-y-y f-a-i-r l-a-d-y

64 – The Old Hen

The old hen she cackled

She cackled in the loft

The next time she cackled

She cackled in the trough

The old hen she cackled

She cackled in the stable

The next time she cackled

She cackled on the table

The old hen she cackled

She cackled in the barn

The next time she cackled

She cackled in the yard

The old hen she cackled

She cackled in the stable

The next time she cackled

She cackled on the table

The old hen she cackled

She cackled and she flew

The old hen she cackled

And the rooster cackled too

The old hen she cackled

She cackled in the stable

The next time she cackled

She cackled on the table

The old hen she cackled

She cackled in the patch

The old hen she cackled

She cackled on the latch

The old hen she cackled

She cackled in the stable

The next time she cackled

She cackled on the table

The old hen she cackled

She cackled in the patch

The old hen she cackled

She cackled on the latch

The old hen she cackled

She cackled in the stable

The next time she cackled

She cackled on the table

The old hen she cackled

She cackled in the stable

The next time she cackled

She cackled on the table

65 – Little Bo-Peep

Little Bo peep did take her sheep

Out to the meadow for grazing

She had a picnic

All of her own

While the sheep were all playing

Little Bo Peep fell fast asleep

And lost all tack of the time

While she was asleep

All of her sheep

Wandered of to play in the sunshine

She opened her eyes

To her surprise

The sheep had disappeared

She looked high and low

Oh where did they go

They don’t seem to be very near

Little Bo peep found her sheep

On the other side of the stream

They just didn’t think

They’d gone for a drink

The water’s so sweet in the stream

Little Bo Peep had lost her sheep

But she found them and

Took them back home

She’ll always know

Where ever they go

She can’t ever leave

Them alone

66 – The Petting Zoo

We’re on our way, we’re on our way

On our way to the petting zoo

We’re on our way, we’re on our way

On our way to the petting zoo

At the petting zoo

There is a little black bear

At the petting zoo

There is a little black bear

The bear, he likes to drink, drink, drink

The bear, he likes to drink, drink, drink

We’re on our way, we’re on our way

On our way to the petting zoo

We’re on our way, we’re on our way

On our way to the petting zoo

At the petting zoo

There is a little lion club

At the petting zoo

There is a little lion club

The lion, she likes to

Play, play, play

The lion, she likes to

Play, play, play

We’re on our way, we’re on our way

On our way to the petting zoo

We’re on our way, we’re on our way

On our way to the petting zoo

At the petting zoo

There is a little monkey

At the petting zoo

There is a little monkey

The monkey likes to

Swing, swing, swing

The monkey likes to

Swing, swing, swing

We’re on our way, we’re on our way

On our way to the petting zoo

We’re on our way, we’re on our way

On our way to the petting zoo

At the petting zoo

There is a little bunny rabbit

At the petting zoo

There is a little bunny rabbit

The bunny- likes to hop, hop, hop

The bunny- likes to hop, hop, hop

We’re on our way, we’re on our way

On our way to the petting zoo

We’re on our way, we’re on our way

On our way to the petting zoo

67 – Rub-a-dub-dub

Rub-a-dub-dub,

Three men in a tub,

And who do you think they be?

The butcher, the baker, the candlestick maker,

And all of them out to sea.

68 – Over the River and Through the Wood

Over the river, and through the wood,

To Grandfather’s house we go;

the horse knows the way to carry the sleigh

through the white and drifted snow.

Over the river, and through the wood,

to Grandfather’s house away!

We would not stop for doll or top,

for ‘tis Thanksgiving Day.

Over the river, and through the wood—

oh, how the wind does blow!

It stings the toes and bites the nose

as over the ground we go.

Over the river, and through the wood—

and straight through the barnyard gate,

We seem to go extremely slow,

it is so hard to wait!

Over the river, and through the wood—

When Grandmother sees us come,

She will say, “O, dear, the children are here,

bring a pie for everyone.”

Over the river, and through the wood—

now Grandmother’s cap I spy!

Hurrah for the fun! Is the pudding done?

Hurrah for the pumpkin pie!

69 – The Skeleton Dance

Dem bones, dem bones, dem dancing bones

Dem bones, dem bones, dem dancing bones

Dem bones, dem bones, dem dancing bones

Doin’ the skeleton dance

The foot bone’s connected to the leg bone

The leg bone’s connected to the knee bone

The knee bone’s connected to the thigh bone

Doin’ the skeleton dance

The thigh bone’s connected to the hip bone

The hip bone’s connected to the backbone

The backbone’s connected to the neck bone

Doin’ the skeleton dance

Shake your hands to the left

Shake your hands to the right

Put your hands in the air

Put your hands out of sight

Shake your hands to the left

Shake your hands to the right

Put your hands in the air

Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle, wiggle, wiggle

Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle, wiggle, wiggle

Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle, wiggle your knees

Dem bones, dem bones, dem dancing bones

Dem bones, dem bones, dem dancing bones

Dem bones, dem bones, dem dancing bones

Doin’ the skeleton dance

70 – Jack Be Nimble

Jack be nimble,

Jack be quick,

Jack jump over

The candlestick

71 – Little Tommy Tucker

Little Tommy Tucker

Sings for his supper.

What shall we give him?

White bread and butter.

How shall he cut it

Without a knife?

How will he be married

Without a wife?

72 – Jack and Jill

Jack & Jill went up the hill

to fetch a pail of water.

Jack fell down and broke his crown

and Jill came tumbling after.

Jack & Jill went up the hill

to fetch a pail of water.

Jill fell down and broke her crown

and Jack came tumbling after.

Jack and Jill went up the hill

to fetch a pail of water.

Carefully they brought it down

and gave it to their mother.

73 – This Old Man

My name is Jack Jintle, the eldest but one,

And I can play nick-nack upon my own thumb.

With my nick-nack and click-clack and sing a fine song,

And all the fine ladies come dancing along.

My name is Jack Jintle, the eldest but two,

And I can play nick-nack upon my own shoe.

With my nick-nack and click-clack and sing a fine song,

And all the fine ladies come dancing along.

My name is Jack Jintle, the eldest but three,

And I can play nick-nack upon my own knee.

With my nick-nack and click-clack and sing a fine song,

And all the fine ladies come dancing along.

74 – Baa Baa Black Sheep

Baa, baa, black sheep

Have you any wool?

Yes, sir, yes, sir

Three bags full

One for the master

One for the dame

And one for the little boy

Who lives down the lane

75 – Pussycat, Pussycat

Pussy cat, pussy cat, where have you been?

I’ve been to London to visit the Queen.

Pussy cat, pussy cat, what did you do there?

I frightened a little mouse under her chair.

76 – Sing a Song of Sixpence

Sing a song of sixpence,

A pocket full of rye,

Four and twenty blackbirds

Baked in a pie.

When the pie was opened

The birds began to sing—

Wasn’t that a dainty dish

To set before the king?

The king was in the counting-house

Counting out his money,

The queen was in the parlor

Eating bread and honey,

The maid was in the garden

Hanging out the clothes.

Along came a blackbird

And snipped off her nose.

Sing a song of sixpence,

A pocket full of rye,

Four and twenty blackbirds

Baked in a pie.

When the pie was opened

The birds began to sing—

Wasn’t that a dainty dish

To set before the king?

77 – Oh Dear! What Can the Matter Be?

Oh, dear! What can the matter be?

Dear, dear! What can the matter be?

Oh, dear! What can the matter be?

Johnny’s so long at the fair.

He promised to buy me a bunch of blue ribbons,

He promised to buy me a bunch of blue ribbons,

He promised to buy me a bunch of blue ribbons

To tie up my bonnie brown hair.

Oh, dear! What can the matter be?

Dear, dear! What can the matter be?

Oh, dear! What can the matter be?

Johnny’s so long at the fair.

He promised to bring me a basket of posies

A garland of lilies, a gift of red roses

A little straw hat to set off the blue ribbons

That tie up my bonnie brown hair.

Oh, dear! What can the matter be?

Oh, dear! What can the matter be?

Oh, dear! What can the matter be?

Johnny’s so long at the fair.

78 – Skye Boat Song

Speed, bonnie boat,

Like a bird on the wing,

Onward! the sailors cry;

Carry the lad that’s born to be King

Over the sea to Skye.

Loud the winds howl, loud the waves roar,

Thunderclouds rend the air;

Baffled, our foes stand by the shore,

Follow they will not dare.

Speed, bonnie boat,

Like a bird on the wing,

Onward! the sailors cry;

Carry the lad that’s born to be King

Over the sea to Skye.

Though the waves leap,

Soft shall ye sleep,

Ocean’s a royal bed.

Rocked in the deep, Flora will keep

Watch by your weary head.

79 – My Big Heart

I’ve got two arms, one two,

I’ve got two legs, one and two,

I’ve got two eyes, one and two,

I’ve got two ears, one and two.

I’ve got one nose, one,

I’ve got one mouth, one,

I’ve got one smile, one,

And one big heart.

My arms high in the air,

My legs climb up the stairs,

My eyes look round about,

My ears hear

A scream and shout.

My nose smells everything,

My mouth eats

The food you bring,

I smile when I dance and sing,

With my big heart

I love You.

I’ve got two arms, one two,

I’ve got two legs, one and two,

I’ve got two eyes, one and two,

I’ve got two ears, one two.

I’ve got one nose, one,

I’ve got one mouth, one,

I’ve got one smile, one,

And one big heart.

My arms high in the air,

My legs climbing up the stairs,

My eyes looking round about,

My ears hear

A scream and shout.

My nose smelling everything,

My mouth eats

The food you bring,

I smile when I dance and sing,

With my big heart

I love You.

80 – (I Can) Sing a Rainbow

Red and yellow and pink and green

Orange and purple and blue

I can sing a rainbow

Sing a rainbow,

Sing a rainbow too

Listen with your eyes

Listen with your eyes

And sing every song you see

I can sing a rainbow

Sing a rainbow, sing along with me

Red and yellow and pink and green

Orange and purple and blue

I can sing a rainbow

Sing a rainbow,

Sing a rainbow too

Listen with your eyes

Listen with your eyes

And sing every song you see

I can sing a rainbow

Sing a rainbow, sing along with me

81 – Sunday Sunday

Monday and Tuesday

Wednesday and Thursay

Friday and Saturday

And finally on Sunday, Sunday, Sunday

On Monday we all sit down

On Tuesday we hop around

Wednesday we go to town

On Thursday we jump

Up and down and

Up and down

On Friday we turn around

Saturday we all lay down,

Sunday we have to rest

And stay in bed all day

On Sunday, Sunday, Sunday

And here we go again

Monday and Tuesday

Wednesday and Thursay

Friday and Saturday

And finally on Sunday, Sunday, Sunday

Monday’s the first day,

Tuesday is the second day,

Wednesday is the day

In the middle of the

Week week week

Week week week week

Monday Tuesday Wednesday

Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

And here we go again

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

Friday and Saturday

And finally on Sunday, Sunday Sunday…

82 – Golden Slumbers

Golden slumbers kiss your eyes,

Smiles await you when you rise.

Sleep, pretty baby,

Do not cry,

And I will sing a lullaby.

Care you know not,

Therefore sleep,

While I o’er you watch do keep.

Sleep, pretty baby,

Do not cry,

And I will sing a lullaby.

Dream the dream you long to dream,

Of all the wonderful things you’ve seen,

Wipe away teardrops

From those cheeks

And I will sing you ‘till you sleep.

Golden slumbers kiss your eyes,

Smiles await you when you rise.

Sleep, pretty baby,

Do not cry,

And I will sing a lullaby.

83 – The Man in the Moon

The man in the moon looked out of the moon

And this is what he said:

“Now that I’m getting up it’s time all children went to bed,

All children went to bed!”

Oohh Ahh Oohh Ahh Oohh Ahh

The man in the moon looked out of the moon

And this is what he said:

“Now that I’m getting up it’s time all children went to bed,

All children went to bed!”

All children went to bed.

84 – Star Sky Lullaby

This is the time to turn out the light

And then kiss your mummy

Good Night,

Now that the sun is fading away

At the end of this beautiful beautiful day

Your eyes now get smaller

You’re tired my dear

The stars twinkling gently and clear

So now that the sun has faded away

At the end of this beautiful beautiful day

This day has grown old the night will be cold

But you have got

Someone to hold

Your bed is so cosy now

Turn out the light

And then kiss your mummy and daddy

Good Night

Good Night

85 – For Want of a Nail

For want of a nail the shoe was lost.

For want of a shoe the horse was lost.

For want of a horse the rider was lost.

For want of a rider the battle was lost.

For want of a battle the kingdom was lost.

And all for the want of a horseshoe nail.

For want of a nail the shoe was lost.

For want of a shoe the horse was lost.

For want of a horse the rider was lost.

For want of a rider the battle was lost.

For want of a battle the kingdom was lost.

And all for the want of a horseshoe nail.

86 – Little Boy Blue

Little Boy Blue

Come blow your horn,

The sheep are in the meadow

The cow’s in the corn.

But where is the boy

Who looks after the sheep?

He’s under a haystack fast asleep.

Will you wake him?

No, not I

For if I do,

He’s sure to cry

If I do, he’s sure to cry

87 – The Pussy and the Owl

The Owl and the Pussycat

Went to sea in a beautiful pea-green boat,

They took some honey, and plenty of money,

Wrapped up in a five pound note.

The Owl looked up to the stars above

And sang to a small guitar,

“O lovely Pussy!

O Pussy, my love,

What a beautiful Pussy

You are, you are, you are,

What a beautiful Pussy you are.”

Pussy said to the Owl

“You elegant fowl how charmingly

Sweet you sing.

O let us be married,

Too long we have tarried;

But what shall we do for a ring?”

They sailed away, for a year and a day,

To the land where the Bong-tree grows,

And there in a wood a Piggy-wig

Stood with a ring at the end of his nose,

His nose, his nose,

With a ring at the end of his nose.

“Dear Pig,

Are you willing

To sell for one shilling your ring?”

Said the Piggy, “I will”

So they took it away,

And were married next day by the Turkey

Who lives on the hill.

They dined on mince,

And slices of quince,

Which they ate with a runcible* spoon.

And hand in hand, on the edge of the sand they danced by The light of the moon, the moon, the moon,

They danced by the light of the moon.

88 – All Through the Night

Sleep, my child and peace surround thee,

All through the night.

Guardian angels God will send thee,

All through the night.

Soft and drowsy hours are creeping,

Hill and dale in slumber sleeping.

I my loving vigil keeping,

All through the night.

Angels watching ever round thee,

All through the night.

In thy slumbers’ close surround thee,

All through the night.

They should of all fears disarm thee,

No forebodings should alarm thee,

They will let no peril harm thee,

All through the night.

While the moon her watch is keeping,

All through the night.

While the weary world is sleeping,

All through the night.

O’er thy spirit gently stealing,

Visions of delight revealing,

Breathes a pure and peaceful feeling,

All through the night.

89 – A Frog He Would A-wooing Go

A frog he would a-wooing go,

Heigho, says Rowley;

Whether his mother would let him or no:

With a rowley, powley, gammon and spinach.

Heigho, says Anthony Rowley.

So off he set with his opera hat,

Heigho, says Rowley;

And on the road he met a rat,

With a rowley, powley, gammon and spinach.

Heigho, says Anthony Rowley.

“Pray, Mr. Rat, will you go with me,”

Heigho, says Rowley;

“Kind Mrs. Mousey for to see?”

With a rowley, powley, gammon and spinach.

Heigho, says Anthony Rowley.

When they came to the door at Mousey’s hall,

Heigho, says Rowley;

They gave a loud tap, and they gave a loud call,

With a rowley, powley, gammon and spinach.

Heigho, says Anthony Rowley.

“Pray, Mrs. Mouse, are you within?”

Heigho, says Rowley;

“Yes, kind sirs, and sitting to spin.”

With a rowley, powley, gammon and spinach.

Heigho, says Anthony Rowley.

“Pray, Mrs. Mouse, now give us some beer,”

Heigho, says Rowley;

“That Froggy and I am fond of good cheer.”

With a rowley, powley, gammon and spinach.

Heigho, says Anthony Rowley.

“Pray, Mr. Frog, will you give us a song?”

Heigho, says Rowley;

“But let it be something that’s not very long.”

With a rowley, powley, gammon and spinach.

Heigho, says Anthony Rowley.

“Indeed, Mrs. Mouse,” replied the Frog,

Heigho, says Rowley;

“A cold has made me as horse as a hog.”

With a rowley, powley, gammon and spinach.

Heigho, says Anthony Rowley.

“Since you have caught cold, Mr. Frog,” Mousey said,

Heigho, says Rowley;

“I’ll sing you a song that I have just made.”

With a rowley, powley, gammon and spinach.

Heigho, says Anthony Rowley.

But while they were all a-merrymaking,

Heigho, says Rowley;

A Cat and her kittens came tumbling in.

With a rowley, powley, gammon and spinach.

Heigho, says Anthony Rowley.

The Cat she seized the Rat by the crown,

Heigho, says Rowley;

The kittens they pulled the little Mouse down.

With a rowley, powley, gammon and spinach.

Heigho, says Anthony Rowley.

This put Mr. Frog in a terrible fright,

Heigho, says Rowley;

He took up his hat and he wished them good-night.

With a rowley, powley, gammon and spinach.

Heigho, says Anthony Rowley.

As Froggy was crossing it over a brook,

Heigho, says Rowley;

A lilywhite Duck came and gobbled him up.

With a rowley, powley, gammon and spinach.

Heigho, says Anthony Rowley.

So here is an end of one, two three-

Heigho, says Rowley,

The Rat, the Mouse, and little Froggy.

With a rowley, powley, gammon and spinach.

Heigho, says Anthony Rowley.

90 – Baby

Baby, baby, you’re my sweet heart,

Baby, baby, say we’ll never part,

Although the skies is dreary and grey, (sing it to me honey)

Promise me that you’ll never stray away,

My baby, baby, you’re my sweet heart.

Yeah, I like that!

Baby, baby, you’re my sweet heart,

I love you, all day through

Nobody else in the great big world for me will do (do) do (do do do do)

That sounded really good!

91 – Bobby Shaftoe

(Marry me? You must be joking!)

Bobby Shaftoe’s gone to sea,

Silver buckles on his knee.

He’ll come back and he’ll marry me,

He’s my Bonnie Bobby Shaftoe.

(Silver Buckles making himself look fancy.

Where is my silks and laces he promised.

Where is my finery? Fat chance?)

Bobby Shaftoe went to sea,

Silver buckles on his knee.

He’ll come back and he’ll marry me,

He’s my Bonnie Bobby Shaftoe.

He thinks that he’ll come back and marry me

He’s my Bonnie Bobby Shaftoe.

(Ha ha! Who does he think he is?

Gone away for a year,

Sailing and singing and fishing.

Marry me? You must be joking!

Ha ha, who does he think he is!)

92 – Oranges and Lemons

“Oranges and lemons”

say the bells of St. Clement’s

“You owe me five farthings”

say the bells of St. Martin’s

“When will you pay me?”

say the bells of Old Bailey

“When I grow rich”

say the bells of Shoreditch

“When will that be?”

say the bells of Stepney

“I do not know”

say the great bells of Bow

“Here comes a candle

to light you to bed

And here comes a chopper

to chop off your head!”

93 – Little Miss Muffet

Little miss Muffet she sat on her tuffet, eating her curds eating and whey

Along came a spider who sat down beside her

And frightened miss Muffet away

Little miss Muffet she sat on her tuffet, eating her curds eating and whey

Along came a spider who sat down beside her

And frightened miss Muffet away

94 – The Grand Old Duke of York

The grand old Duke of York,

He had ten thousand men,

He marched them up to the top of

The hill and he marched

Them down again.

And when they were up they were up.

And when they were down they were down.

And when they were

only half way up,

They were neither up nor down.

Oh, The grand old Duke of York,

He had ten thousand men,

He marched them up to the top of

The hill and he marched

them down again.

And when they were up they were up.

And when they were down they were down.

And when they were

only half way up,

They were neither up nor down.

95 – Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

Swing low, sweet chariot,

Comin’ for

to carry me home;

Swing low, sweet chariot,

Comin’ for

to carry me home.

When I looked over Jordan,

And what did I see,

Comin’ for

to carry me home,

A band of angels comin’ after me,

Comin’ for

to carry me home.

Swing low, sweet chariot,

Comin’ for

to carry me home;

Swing low, sweet chariot,

Comin’ for

to carry me home.

Sometimes I’m up,

and sometimes I’m down,

Coming for

to carry me home

But still my soul feels

heavenly bound.

Coming for to carry me home

Swing low, sweet chariot,

Comin’ for

to carry me home;

Swing low, sweet chariot,

Comin’ for

to carry me home.

The brightest day that I can say,

Coming for to carry me home

When Jesus washed my sins away.

Coming for to carry me home

Swing low, sweet chariot,

Comin’ for

to carry me home;

Swing low, sweet chariot,

Comin’ for

to carry me home.

If I get there before you do,

Coming for to carry me home

I’ll cut a hole

and pull you through.

Coming for to carry me home

Swing low, sweet chariot,

Comin’ for

to carry me home;

Swing low, sweet chariot,

Comin’ for

to carry me home.

Swing low, sweet chariot,

Comin’ for

to carry me home;

Swing low, sweet chariot,

Comin’ for

to carry me home.

96 – She Sells SeaShells

Sally sells seashells by the seashore.

She sells seashells on the seashell shore.

The seashells she sells are seashore shells,

Of that I’m sure.

She sells seashells by the seashore.

She hopes she will sell all her seashells soon.

If neither he sells seashells

Nor she sells seashells,

Who shall sell seashells?

Shall seashells be sold?

Sally sells seashells by the seashore.

She sells seashells on the seashell shore.

The seashells she sells are seashore shells,

Of that I’m sure.

She sells seashells by the seashore.

She hopes she will sell all her seashells soon.

If neither he sells seashells

Nor she sells seashells,

Who shall sell seashells?

Who shall sell seashells?

Shall seashells be sold?

97 – See Saw Margerie Daw

See saw Margery Daw

Jacky shall have a new master

He shall have but a penny a day

Because he can’t work any faster

See saw Margery Daw

Jacky shall have a new master

He shall have but a penny a day

Because he can’t work any faster

98 – Ride a Toy Horse

Ride a toy horse

To Banbury Cross

To see a fine lady

Upon a white horse.

Rings on her fingers

And bells on her toes,

She shall have music

Wherever she goes.

99 – One, Two, Buckle My Shoe

One, two, buckle my shoe

Three, four, knock at the door

Five, six, pick up sticks

Seven, eight, lay them straight

Nine, ten, a big fat hen

oh yeah!

Eleven, twelve, dig and delve

Thirteen, fourteen, maids a-courting

Fifteen, sixteen,

maids in the kitchen

Seventeen, eighteen,

maids in waiting

Nineteen, twenty,

my plates empty, yeah!

One two buckle my shoe

Three, four, knock at the door

Five, six, pick up sticks

Seven, eight, lay them straight

Nine, ten,

do it again,

oh yeah!

One two buckle my shoe

Three, four, knock at the door

Five, six, pick up sticks

Seven, eight, lay them straight

Nine, ten, a big fat hen

oh yeah!

Eleven, twelve, dig and delve

Thirteen, fourteen, maids a-courting

Fifteen, sixteen,

maids in the kitchen

Seventeen, eighteen,

maids in waiting

Nineteen, twenty, my plates empty,

Oh yeah

100 – Old Mother Hubbard

Old Mother Hubbard went to the cupboard

To fetch her poor dog a bone,

But when she got there, the cupboard was bare,

And so the poor dog had none.

She went to the baker’s

To buy him some bread,

But when she came back

He stood on his head.

She went to the market

To buy him some fish,

But when she got back,

He was licking the dish.

She went to the farm shop

To buy him some fruit,

But when she got back

He was playing the flute.

She went to the tailor’

To buy him a coat,

But when she came back

He was riding a goat.

She went to the hatter’s

To buy him a hat,

But when she came back

He was feeding the cat.

She went to the barber’s

To buy him a wig,

But when she came back

He was dancing a jig.

She went to the cobbler’s

To buy him some shoes,

But when she came back

He was reading the news.

She went to the seamstress

To buy him some linen,

But when she came back

The dog was a-spinning.

The dame made a curtsy,

The dog made a bow,

The dame said, “Your servant,”

The dog said “Bow wow!”


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