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  1. A tisket, a tasket

    A tisket,
    A tasket,
    A green and yellow basket,
    I wrote a letter to my love,
    And on the way, I dropped it.
    I dropped it,
    I dropped it,
    And on the way I dropped it.
    A little boy picked it up
    And put it in his pocket.

  2. Are you Sleeping ?

    Are you Sleeping, are you sleeping,
    Brother John, Brother John ?
    Morning bells are ringing,
    Morning bells are ringing,
    Ding-Dong Bell, Ding-Dong Bell.

  3. An apple a day

    An apple a day
    Sends the doctor away

    Apple in the morning
    Doctor''s warning

    Roast apple at night
    Starves the doctor outright

    Eat an apple going to bed
    Knock the doctor on the head

    Three each day, seven days a week Ruddy apple, ruddy cheek

  4. A Man in the wilderness

    A man in the wilderness
    Asked this of me,
    'How many strawberries
    Grow in the sea?'
    I answered him
    As I thought good,
    'As many red herrings
    As swim in the wood.'

  5. As I went to Bonner

    As I went to Bonner,
    I met a pig
    Without a wig,
    Upon my word and honor.

  6. A swarm of bees in May

    A swarm of bees in May
    Is worth a load of hay;
    A swarm of beens in June
    Is worth a silver spoon;
    A swarm of bees in July
    Is not worth a fly.

  7. At the Zoo

    Rabbits, rabbits, one, two, three;
    Will you come and play with me?
    Camels, camels 4, 5, 6
    Why have you a hump like this ?
    Moneys, moneys 7, 8, 9
    Will you teach me how to climb ?
    When I have counted up to 10,
    The elephants says, 'Let's start again'.

  8. A diller, a dollar

    A diller, a dollar, a ten o''clock scholar!
    What makes you come so soon?
    You used to come at ten o''clock;
    Now you come at noon.

  9. A shoemaker makes shoes

    A shoemaker makes shoes without leather,
    With four elements all together,
    Fire, Water, Earth, Air,
    And every customer takes two pair.

  10. A Sunshiny Shower

    A sunshiny shower,

    Won''t last half an hour

  11. A Flea and a Fly

    A flea and a fly
    Flew up in a flue.
    Said the flea, 'Let us fly!'
    Said the fly, 'Let us flee!'
    So they flew through a flap in the flue.

  12. Around the green gravel

    Around the green gravel the grass grows green,
    And all the pretty maids are plain to be seen;
    Wash them with milk, and clothe them with silk,
    And write their names with a pen and ink.

  13. As I was going along

    As I was going along, along,
    A-singing a comical song, song, song,
    The lane that I went was so long, long, long,
    And the song that I sang was so long, long, long,
    And so I went singing along.

  14. ABC

    Great A, little a,
    Bouncing B!
    The cat''s in the cupboard,
    And can''t see me.

  15. A Candle

    Little Nanny Etticoat
    In a white petticoat,
    And a red nose;
    The longer she stands
    The shorter she grows.

  16. A Counting-out Rhyme

    Hickery, dickery, 6 and 7,
    Alabone, Crackabone, 10 and 11,
    Spin, spun, muskidun,
    Twiddle ''em, twaddle ''em, 21.

  17. A Cock And Bull Story

    The cock''s on the housetop blowing his horn;
    The bull''s in the barn a-threshing of corn;
    The maids in the meadows are making of hay;
    The ducks in the river are swimming away.

  18. A Chimney

    Black within and red without;
    Four corners round about.

  19. A Cherry

    As I went through the garden gap,
    Who should I meet but Dick Redcap!
    A stick in his hand, a stone in his throat,--
    If you''ll tell me this riddle, I''ll give you a groat.

  20. A Difficult Rhyme

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

  1. Be Careful Little Eyes

    Be careful little eyes what you see,
    Be careful little eyes what you see,
    There is a father up above,
    Who is looking down in love,
    So be careful little eyes what you see.

    Be careful little ears what you hear,
    Be careful little ears what you hear,
    There is a father up above,
    Who is looking down in love,
    So be careful little ears what you hear.

    Be careful little feet where you go,
    Be careful little feet where you go.
    There is a father up above,
    Who is looking down in love,
    So be careful little feet where you go.

    Be careful little hands what you do,
    Be careful little hands what you do.
    There is a father up above,
    Who is looking down in love,
    So be careful little hands what you do.

    Be careful little lips what you say,
    Be careful little lips what you say.
    There is a father up above,
    Who is looking down in love,
    So be careful little lips what you say.

  2. Bow-wow, Meow-meow

    The dog says bow-wow,
    The cat says meow.
    The sheep says baa-baa,
    The little pig says wee-wee.
    The hen says cluck-cluck
    And the cock says Cock-A-Doodle-Doo !

  3. Bears are Sleeping

    Bears are sleeping, Bears are sleeping,
    In their dens, in their dens,
    Soon it will be spring, soon it will be spring,
    Wake up bears! Wae up bears !

  4. Butterfly, Butterfly

    Butterfly, Butterfly,
    Where do you fly ?
    So quick and so high,
    In the blue, blue sky !

  5. Bat, bat

    Bat, bat, come under my hat,
    And I''ll give you a slice of bacon;
    And when I bake,
    I''ll give you a cake,
    If I am not mistaken

  6. Burnie Bee

    Burnie Bee, Burnie Bee
    tell me when your wedding be.
    If it be to-morrow day,
    take your wings and fly away.

  7. Baa, Baa, Black Sheep

    Baa, baa black sheep
    Have you any wool
    Yes sir, yes sir
    Three bags full.

    One for my master
    And one for my dame
    And one for the little boy
    Who lives down the lane.

  8. Bees

    A swarm of bees in May,
    Is worth a load of hay.

    A swarm of bees in June,
    Is worth a silver spoon.

    A swarm of bees in July,
    Isn''t worth a fly.

  9. Bingo

    There was a farmer had a dog,
    And Bingo was his name-o.
    B-I-N-G-O!
    B-I-N-G-O!
    B-I-N-G-O!
    And Bingo was his name-o!

    There was a farmer had a dog,
    And Bingo was his name-o.
    (Clap) I-N-G-O!
    (Clap) I-N-G-O!
    (Clap) I-N-G-O!
    And Bingo was his name-o!

    There was a farmer had a dog,
    And Bingo was his name-o.
    (Clap) (Clap) N-G-O!
    (Clap) (Clap) N-G-O!
    (Clap) (Clap) N-G-O!
    And Bingo was his name-o!

    There was a farmer had a dog,
    And Bingo was his name-o.
    (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) G-O!
    (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) G-O!
    (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) G-O!
    And Bingo was his name-o!

    There was a farmer had a dog,
    And Bingo was his name-o.
    (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) O!
    (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) O!
    (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) O!
    And Bingo was his name-o!

    There was a farmer had a dog,
    And Bingo was his name-o.
    (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) (Clap)!
    (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) (Clap)!
    (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) (Clap)!
    And Bingo was his name-o!

  10. Barber, barber

    Barber, barber, shave a pig!
    How many hairs to make a wig?
    Four and twenty, that''s enough!
    Give the barber a pinch of snuff.

  11. Boys and girls, come out to play

    Boys and girls, come out to play.
    The moon doth shine as bright as day!
    Leaves your supper and leave your sleep,
    And come with your playfellows into the street.
    Come with a whistle,

    Come with a call,
    Come with a good will, or not at all.

    Variant form:

    Boys and girls, come out to play.
    The moon doth shine as bright as day!
    Leaves 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 half-penny loaf will serve us all;
    You find the milk, and I''ll find the flour,
    And we''ll have a pudding in half an hour.

  12. Betty Botter

    Betty Botter bought some butter,
    But, she said, the butter''s bitter.
    If I put it in my batter,
    It will make my batter bitter.
    But a bit of better butter
    Is sure to make my batter better.
    So she bought a bit of butter
    Better than her bitter butter,
    And she put it in her batter
    And the batter was not bitter.
    So ''twas better Betty Botter
    Bought a bit of better butter.

  13. Baby Dolly

    Hush, baby, my dolly, I pray you don''t cry,
    And I''ll give you some bread, and some milk by-and-by;
    Or perhaps you like custard, or, maybe, a tart,
    Then to either you''re welcome, with all my heart.

  14. Banbury Cross

    Ride a cock-horse to Banbury Cross,
    To see an old lady upon a white horse.
    Rings on her fingers, and bells on her toes,
    She shall have music wherever she goes.

  15. Blue Bell Boy

    I had a little boy,
    And called him Blue Bell;
    Gave him a little work,
    He did it very well.
    I bade him go upstairs
    To bring me a gold pin;
    In coal scuttle fell he,
    Up to his little chin.
    He went to the garden
    To pick a little sage;
    He tumbled on his nose,
    And fell into a rage.
    He went to the cellar
    To draw a little beer;
    And quickly did return
    To say there was none there.

  16. Buttons

    Buttons, a farthing a pair!
    Come, who will buy them of me?
    They''re round and sound and pretty,
    And fit for girls of the city.
    Come, who will buy them of me?
    Buttons, a farthing a pair!

  17. Boy And The Sparrow

    A little cock-sparrow sat on a green tree,
    And he chirruped, he chirruped, so merry was he;
    A naughty boy came with his wee bow and arrow,
    Determined to shoot this little cock-sparrow.
    'This little cock-sparrow shall make me a stew,
    And his giblets shall make me a little pie, too.'
    'Oh, no,' says the sparrow 'I won''t make a stew.'
    So he flapped his wings and away he flew.

  18. Bye, baby bunting

    Bye, baby bunting,
    Father''s gone a-hunting,
    Mother''s gone a-milking,
    Sister''s gone a-silking,
    And brother''s gone to buy a skin
    To wrap the baby bunting in.

  19. Belleisle

    At the siege of Belleisle
    I was there all the while,
    All the while, all the while,
    At the siege of Belleisle.

  20. Billy, Billy

    'Billy, Billy, come and play,
    While the sun shines bright as day.'
    'Yes, my Polly, so I will,
    For I love to please you still.'
    'Billy, Billy, have you seen
    Sam and Betsy on the green?'
    'Yes, my Poll, I saw them pass,
    Skipping o''er the new-mown grass.'
    'Billy, Billy, come along,
    And I will sing a pretty song.'

  1. Clap Your hands

    Clap your hands, clap your hands,
    Listen to the music and clap Your hands

    Turn around, turn around,
    Listen to the music and turn around.

    Jump up high, jump up high,
    Listen to the music and jump up high.

    Wave your hand, wave your hand,
    Listen to the music and wave your hand.

  2. Christmas is coming

    Christmas is coming, the geese are getting fat
    Please to put a penny in the old man''s hat;
    If you haven''t got a penny, a ha''penny will do,
    if you haven''t got a ha''penny,God bless you.

  3. Chubby Cheeks

    Chubby Cheeks, dimple chin

    Rosy lips, teeth within

    Curly hair very fair

    Eyes are blue, lovely too

    Teacher's pet, 'is that you'

    Yes, yes, yes.

  4. Cobbler, cobbler, mend my shoe

    Cobbler, cobbler, mend my shoe.
    Get it done by half past two.

    Half past two is much too late!
    Get it done by half past eight.

    Stitch it up, and stitch it down,
    And I''ll give you a half a crown.

  5. Curly Locks, Curly Locks

    Curly Locks, Curly Locks,
    Will you be mine?
    You shall not wash dishes,
    Nor feed the swine,
    But sit on a cushion
    And sew a fine seam,
    And sup upon strawberries,
    Sugar, and cream.

  6. Clap Handies

    Clap, clap handies,
    Mammie''s wee, wee ain;
    Clap, clap handies,
    Daddie''s comin'' hame,
    Hame till his bonny wee bit laddie;
    Clap, clap handies,
    My wee, wee ain.

  7. Christmas

    Christmas comes but once a year,
    And when it comes it brings good cheer.

  8. Cushy Cow

    Cushy cow, bonny, let down thy milk,
    And I will give thee a gown of silk;
    A gown of silk and a silver tee,
    If thou wilt let down thy milk to me.

  9. Curly-locks

    Curly-locks, Curly-locks, wilt thou be mine?
    Thou shalt not wash the dishes, nor yet feed the swine;
    But sit on a cushion, and sew a fine seam,
    And feed upon strawberries, sugar, and cream.

  10. Cry, Baby

    Cry, baby, cry,
    Put your finger in your eye,
    And tell your mother it wasn''t I.

  11. Comical Folk

    In a cottage in Fife
    Lived a man and his wife
    Who, believe me, were comical folk;
    For, to people''s surprise,
    They both saw with their eyes,
    And their tongues moved whenever they spoke!
    When they were asleep.

  12. Cock-crow

    Cocks crow in the morn
    To tell us to rise,
    And he who lies late
    Will never be wise;
    For early to bed
    And early to rise,
    Is the way to be healthy
    And wealthy and wise.

  13. Cock-a-doodle-do!

    Cock-a-doodle-do!
    My dame has lost her shoe,
    My master''s lost his fiddle-stick
    And knows not what to do.
    Cock-a-doodle-do!
    What is my dame to do?
    Till master finds his fiddle-stick,
    She''ll dance without her shoe.

  14. Coffee And Tea

    Molly, my sister and I fell out,
    And what do you think it was all about?
    She loved coffee and I loved tea,
    And that was the reason we couldn''t agree.

  15. Candle-saving

    To make your candles last for aye,
    You wives and maids give ear-O!
    To put them out''s the only way,
    Says honest John Boldero.

  16. Caesar''s Song

    Bow-wow-wow!
    Whose dog art thou?
    Little Tom Tinker''s dog,
    Bow-wow-wow!

  17. Cock-a-doodle-do

    Oh, my pretty cock, oh, my handsome cock,
    I pray you, do not crow before day,
    And your comb shall be made of the very beaten gold,
    And your wings of the silver so, gray.

  18. Come, Let''s To Bed

    'To bed! To bed!'
    Says Sleepy-head;
    'Tarry awhile,' says Slow;
    'Put on the pan,'
    Says Greedy Nan;
    'We''ll sup before we go.'

  1. Dickery, dickery, dare

    Dickery, dickery, dare,
    The pig flew up in the air.
    The man in brown
    Soon brought him down!
    Dickery, dickery, dare.

  2. Ding, dong, bell

    Ding, dong, bell,
    Pussy''s in the well.

    Who put her in?
    Little Johnny Green.

    Who pulled her out?
    Little Tommy Stout.

    What a naughty boy was that,
    To try to drown poor pussy cat,

    Who never did him any harm,
    And killed the mice in his father''s barn.

  3. Diddle, diddle, dumpling

    Diddle, diddle, dumpling,

    my son, John,
    Went to bed
    with his trousers on,
    One shoe off
    and one shoe on!
    Diddle, diddle, dumpling,
    my son, John!

  4. Dame Trot And Her Cat

    Dame Trot and her cat
    Led a peaceable life,
    When they were not troubled
    With other folks'' strife.
    When Dame had her dinner
    Pussy would wait,
    And was sure to receive
    A nice piece from her plate.

  5. Doctor Foster

    Doctor Foster went to Glo''ster,
    In a shower of rain;
    He stepped in a puddle, up to his middle,
    And never went there again.

  6. Diddle Diddle Dumpling

    Diddle diddle dumpling, my son John
    Went to bed with his breeches on,
    One stocking off, and one stocking on;
    Diddle diddle dumpling, my son John.

  7. Daffodils

    Daffy-down-dilly has come to town
    In a yellow petticoat and a green gown.

  8. Dance To Your Daddie

    Dance to your daddie,
    My bonnie laddie;
    Dance to your daddie, my bonnie lamb;
    You shall get a fishy,
    On a little dishy;
    You shall get a fishy, when the boat comes home.

  9. Doctor Fell

    I do not like thee, Doctor Fell;
    The reason why I cannot tell;
    But this I know, and know full well,
    I do not like thee, Doctor Fell!

  10. Dapple-gray

    I had a little pony,
    His name was Dapple-Gray,
    I lent him to a lady,
    To ride a mile away.
    She whipped him, she slashed him,
    She rode him through the mire;
    I would not lend my pony now
    For all the lady''s hire.

  11. Dreams

    Friday night''s dream, on Saturday told,
    Is sure to come true, be it never so old.

  12. Dance, Thumbkin Dance

    Dance, Thumbkin, dance;
    [keep the thumb in motion]
    Dance, ye merrymen, everyone.
    [all the fingers in motion]
    For Thumbkin, he can dance alone,
    [the thumb alone moving]
    Thumbkin, he can dance alone.
    [the thumb alone moving]
    Dance, Foreman, dance,
    [the first finger moving]
    Dance, ye merrymen, everyone.
    [all moving]
    But Foreman, he can dance alone,
    [the first finger moving]
    Foreman, he can dance alone.
    [the first finger moving]
    Dance, Longman, dance,
    [the second finger moving]
    Dance, ye merrymen, everyone.
    [all moving]
    For Longman, he can dance alone,
    [the second finger moving]
    Longman, he can dance alone.
    [the second finger moving]
    Dance, Ringman, dance,
    [the third finger moving]
    Dance, ye merrymen, dance.
    [all moving]
    But Ringman cannot dance alone,
    [the third finger moving]
    Ringman, he cannot dance alone.
    [the third finger moving]
    Dance, Littleman, dance,
    [the fourth finger moving]
    Dance, ye merrymen, dance.
    [all moving
    But Littleman, he can dance alone,
    [the fourth finger moving]
    Littleman he can dance alone.
    [the fourth finger moving]

  13. Dance, Little Baby

    Dance, little Baby, dance up high!
    Never mind, Baby, Mother is by.
    Crow and caper, caper and crow,
    There, little Baby, there you go!
    Up to the ceiling, down to the ground,
    Backwards and forwards, round and round;
    Dance, little Baby and Mother will sing,
    With the merry coral, ding, ding, ding!

  14. Ducks And Drakes

    A duck and a drake,
    And a halfpenny cake,
    With a penny to pay the old baker.
    A hop and a scotch
    Is another notch,
    Slitherum, slatherum, take her.

  1. Elephant

    Right foot, left foot, see me go.
    I am grey and big and slow.
    I come walking down the street
    With my trunk and four big feet.

  2. Eency weency spider

    Eency weency spider climbed up the water spout,
    down came the rain and washed the spider out,
    out came the sun and dried up all the rain,
    now eency-weency spider went up the spout again.

  3. Engine Number 9

    Engine, Engine Number 9
    When it's ready it will shine.
    Engine, Engine Number 9
    Then we will ride on the Bombay line.

  4. Elizabeth

    Elizabeth, Elspeth, Betsy, and Bess,
    They all went together to seek a bird''s nest;
    They found a bird''s nest with five eggs in,
    They all took one, and left four in.

  1. For he's a jolly good fellow

    For he's a jolly good fellow,
    For he's a jolly good fellow,
    For he's a jolly good fellow,
    Which nobody can deny!

  2. Fly Birdie Fly

    Fly Birdie Fly, Fly Birdie Fly, Fly Birdie Fly,
    (flap arms on sides in flying motion)
    up up to the sky, Up up to the sky.
    (point up to the sky)
    Fly sparrow fly.....
    Fly parrot fly......
    Fly eagle fly......
    Fly robin fly.......
    (other bird's names can be substituted for Birdie)

  3. 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.

    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.

    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.

    Two 2 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.

    One little duck, Went out one day,
    Over the hill and far away.
    Mother duck said, 'Quack, quack, quak, quack.'
    But none of the five little ducks came back.

  4. Fingers And Toes

    Every lady in this land
    Has twenty nails, upon each hand
    Five, and twenty on hands and feet:
    All this is true, without deceit.

  5. For Every Evil

    For every evil under the sun
    There is a remedy or there is none.
    If there be one, seek till you find it;
    If there be none, never mind it.

  6. Five Toes

    This little pig went to market;
    This little pig stayed at home;
    This little pig had roast beef;
    This little pig had none;
    This little pig said, 'Wee, wee!
    I can''t find my way home.'

  7. Forehead, Eyes, Cheeks, Nose, Mouth, And Chin

    Here sits the Lord Mayor,
    Here sit his two men,
    Here sits the cock,
    Here sits the hen,
    Here sit the little chickens,
    Here they run in.
    Chin-chopper, chin-chopper, chin chopper, chin!

  8. For Baby

    You shall have an apple,
    YOU shall have a plum,
    You shall have a rattle,
    When papa comes home

  9. For Want Of A Nail

    For want of a nail, the shoe was lost;
    For want of the shoe, the horse was lost;
    For want of the horse, the rider was lost;
    For want of the rider, the battle was lost;
    For want of the battle, the kingdom was lost,
    And all for the want of a horseshoe nail.

  1. God's Grace

    This is the day,
    This is the day,

    That the Lord has made,
    That the Lord has made.

    We will rejoice,
    We will rejoice,

    And be glad in it,
    And be glad in it.

    For this is the day
    That the Lord has made;

    We will rejoice
    And be glad in it.
    This is the day,
    This is the day,
    That the Lord has made.

  2. God Bless Mummy

    God Bless Mummy
    God bless Mummy, Daddy too,
    God bless me and God bless you.
    God bless everyone, God bless everyone.
    God bless children here today,
    God bless children far away.

  3. God's Love is so wonderful

    God's Love is so wonderful, (thrice)
    Oh! Wonderful love!
    So high you can't get over it, (Thrice)
    Oh! Wonderful love!
    So deep you can't get under it, (thrice)
    Oh! Wonderful love!
    So wide you can't get around it, (thrice)
    Oh! Wonderful love!

  4. God is here

    God is here, my brothers, God is here,
    God is here, my brothers, God is here,
    God is here, my brothers, God is here,
    Oh Lord, God is here.

    God is here, my sisters, God is here,
    God is here, my sisters, God is here,
    God is here, my sisters, God is here,
    Oh Lord, God is here.

    God is Love, my brothers, God is Love,
    God is Love, my brothers, God is Love,
    God is Love, my brothers, God is Love,
    Oh Lord, God is Love.

    God is Love, my sisters, God is Love,
    God is Love, my sisters, God is Love,
    God is Love, my sisters, God is Love,
    Oh Lord, God is Love.

  5. God Loves You and I Love You

    God loves you and I love you
    And that's the way it should be,
    God loves you and I love you
    And that's the way it should be,
    You may be very sad, I may be very sad
    But that's not the way it should be,
    For God loves you and I love you
    And that's the way it should be.

  6. God loves the little ones like me, me, me.

    God loves the little ones like me, me, me.
    God loves the little ones like me, me, me.
    Little ones like me sat upon his knee;
    God loves the little ones like me, me, me.
    God loves the little ones like you, you, you.
    God loves the little ones like you, you, you.
    Little ones like you, sat upon him too;
    God loves the little ones like you, you, you.

  7. Georgy, Porgy

    Georgy, Porgy, pudding and pie,
    Kissed the girls and made them cry,
    When the boys came out to play,
    Georgy, Porgy ran away.

  8. 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!
    I took him by the left leg
    And threw him down the stairs.

  9. Gray goose and gander

    Gray goose and gander,
    Waft your wings together,
    And carry the good king''s daughter
    Over the one-strand river.

  10. Go to bed, Tom

    Go to bed, Tom.
    Go to bed, Tom!
    Tired or not, Tom,
    Go to bed, Tom.

  11. Good night, sleep tight

    Good night, sleep tight,
    Wake up bright
    In the morning light
    To do what''s right
    With all your might.

  12. Going To St Ives

    As I was going to St. Ives
    I met a man with seven wives.
    Every wife had seven sacks,
    Every sack had seven cats,
    Every cat had seven kits.
    Kits, cats, sacks, and wives,
    How many were going to St. Ives?

  13. Georgy Porgy

    Georgy Porgy, pudding and pie,
    Kissed the girls and made them cry.
    When the boys came out to play,
    Georgy Porgy ran away.

  14. Good Advice

    Come when you''re called,
    Do what you''re bid,
    Shut the door after you,
    And never be chid.

  1. He's got the whole world in his hands

    He's got the whole world in his hands,
    He's got the whole world in his hands,
    He's got the whole world in his hands,
    He's got the whole world in his hands!

    He's got you & me brother in his hands,
    He's got you & me brother in his hands,
    He's got you & me brother in his hands,
    He's got the whole world in his hands!

    He's got you & me sister in his hands,
    He's got you & me sister in his hands,
    He's got you & me sister in his hands,
    He's got the whole world in his hands!

    He's got everybody here in his hands,
    He's got everybody here in his hands,
    He's got everybody here in his hands,
    He's got the whole world in his hands!


    ( Substitute 'Whole World' with a student's name, the teacher's name, the school's name, the city's name, the State's name, the Country's name and then conclude with the last stanza. )

    He's got the whole world in his hands,
    He's got the whole world in his hands,
    He's got the whole world in his hands,
    He's got the whole world in his hands!

  2. Happy Birthday to you

    Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday to you,
    Happy Birthday dear (name),
    Happy Birthday to you.
    May the good Lord bless you, May the good Lord bless you,
    Happy Birthday dear (name),
    Happy Birthday to you

  3. Happiness

    Happiness, Happiness,
    The greatest gift that I possess.
    I than the Lord
    That I be blessed,
    With more than my share of happiness.

  4. 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.

  5. Hot Cross Buns!

    Hot cross buns! Hot cross buns!
    One a penny, two a penny.
    Hot cross buns!
    Hot cross buns! Hot cross buns!
    If ye have no daughters,
    Give them to your sons.

  6. Hop a Little

    Hop a little, jump a little,
    One, two, three,
    Run a little, skip a little,
    Tap, tap one knee.
    Bend a little, stretch a little,
    Nod your head.
    Yawn a little, sleep a little,
    In your bed.

  7. Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes

    Head and Shoulders, Knees and Toes,
    Knees and Toes, Knees and Toes.
    Head and Shoulders, Knees and Toes,
    Eyes, ears, mouth and nose.
    First our hands go clap, clap, clap.
    Then our feet go stamp, stamp, stamp.
    Head and Shoulders, Knees and Toes,
    Eyes, ears, mouth and nose.

  8. Hush-a-bye, baby

    Hush-a-bye, baby, on the tree top,
    When the wind blows the cradle will rock;
    When the bow breaks, the cradle will fall,
    And down will come baby, cradle and all.

  9. Hickory, Dickory Dock

    Hickory, Dickory Dock,
    The mouse ran up the clock.
    The clock struck one,
    The mouse ran down,
    Hickory, Dickory Dock.

  10. Hey, Diddle, Diddle !

    Hey, Diddle, Diddle !
    The cat and the fiddle,
    The cow jumped over the moon
    The little dog laughed
    To see such fun,
    And the dish ran away
    With the spoon.

  11. 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.

  12. Hark! Hark!

    Hark! Hark! The dogs do bark,
    The beggars are coming to town.
    Some in rags,
    And some in tags,
    And one in a velvet gown!

  13. Higglety, pigglety

    Higglety, pigglety, my black hen,
    She lays eggs for gentlemen.
    Gentlemen come every day
    To see what my black hen doth lay.
    Sometimes nine, and sometimes ten.
    Higglety, pigglety, my black hen,

  14. Here we go ''round the mulberry bush

    Here we go ''round the mulberry bush,

    The mulberry bush,
    The mulberry bush.
    Here we go ''round the mulberry bush,
    So early in the morning.

    These are the chores we''ll do this week,

    Do this week,
    Do this week.
    These are the chores we''ll do this week,
    So early every morning.

    This is the way we wash our clothes,

    Wash our clothes,
    Wash our clothes.
    This is the way we wash our clothes,
    So early Monday morning.

    This is the way we iron our clothes,

    Iron our clothes,
    Iron our clothes.
    This is the way we iron our clothes,
    So early Tuesday morning.

    This is the way we scrub the floor,

    Scrub the floor,
    Scrub the floor.
    This is the way we scrub the floor,
    So early Wednesday morning.

    This is the way we mend our clothes,

    Mend our clothes,
    Mend our clothes.
    This is the way we mend our clothes,
    So early Thursday morning.

    This is the way we sweep the floor,

    Sweep the floor,
    Sweep the floor.
    This is the way we sweep the floor,
    So early Friday morning.

    This is the way we bake our bread,

    Bake our bread,
    Bake our bread.
    This is the way we bake our bread,
    So early Saturday morning.

    This is the way we get dressed up,

    Get dressed up,
    Get dressed up.
    This is the way we get dressed up,
    So early Sunday morning.

  15. How Much Wood Would a Woodchuck Chuck

    How much wood would a woodchuck chuck,
    if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
    As much wood As a woodchuck would,
    if a woodchuck could chuck wood.

  16. Here Goes My Lord

    Here goes my lord
    A trot, a trot, a trot, a trot,
    Here goes my lady
    A canter, a canter, a canter, a canter!
    Here goes my young master
    Jockey-hitch, jockey-hitch, jockey-hitch, jockey-hitch!
    Here goes my young miss
    An amble, an amble, an amble, an amble!
    The footman lags behind to tipple ale and wine,
    And goes gallop, a gallop, a gallop, to make up his time.

  17. Heigh-ho, The Carrion Crow

    A carrion crow sat on an oak,
    Fol de riddle, lol de riddle, hi ding do,
    Watching a tailor shape his cloak;
    Sing heigh-ho, the carrion crow,
    Fol de riddle, lol de riddle, hi ding do!
    Wife, bring me my old bent bow,
    Fol de riddle, lol de riddle, hi ding do,
    That I may shoot yon carrion crow;
    Sing heigh-ho, the carrion crow,
    Fol de riddle, lol de riddle, hi ding do!
    The tailor he shot, and missed his mark,
    Fol de riddle, lol de riddle, hi ding do!
    And shot his own sow quite through the heart;
    Sing heigh-ho, the carrion crow,
    Fol de riddle, lol de riddle, hi ding do!
    Wife! bring brandy in a spoon,
    Fol de riddle, lol de riddle, hi ding do!
    For our old sow is in a swoon;
    Sing heigh-ho, the carrion crow,
    Fol de riddle, lol de riddle, hi ding do!

  18. Handy Pandy

    Handy Pandy, Jack-a-dandy,
    Loves plum cake and sugar candy.
    He bought some at a grocer''s shop,
    And out he came, hop, hop, hop!

  19. Hot Boiled Beans

    Ladies and gentlemen come to supper--
    Hot boiled beans and very good butter.

  20. Hector Protector

    Hector Protector was dressed all in green;
    Hector Protector was sent to the Queen.
    The Queen did not like him,
    No more did the King;
    So Hector Protector was sent back again.

  1. I Love the Pit-Pit Patter

    I Love the Pit-Pit Patter of the rain drops,
    I love the buzz-buzz buzzing of the bee,
    But the sound I love the best, the very, very best,
    Is to hear that God loves me.
    I love the hiss-hiss hissing of the green snake,
    I love the roll-roll rolling of the sea,
    But the sound I love the best, the very, very best,
    Is to hear that God loves me.
    Is to hear that God loves me.
    Is to hear that God loves me.

  2. I see the Moon

    I see the moon,
    And the moon sees me.
    God Bless the moon,
    And God bless me.

  3. If You're happy and you know it

    If You're happy and you know it
    Clap your hands,
    If You're happy and you know it
    Clap your hands,
    If You're happy and you know it and
    You really want to show it
    If You're happy and you know it
    Clap your hands.
    .........Stamp your feet.
    .........snap your fingers.
    ..........shout hurray !

  4. It's never any trouble

    It's never any trouble just to s-m-i-l-e,
    It's never any trouble just to s-m-i-l-e,
    And if there is any trouble,
    It will vanish like a bubble,
    If you take the trouble just to s-m-i-l-e.

  5. I hear Thunder

    I hear Thunder, I hear Thunder,
    Oh don't you ? Oh, don't you ?
    Pitter-patter raindrops,
    Pitter-Patter raindrops
    I'm wet through,
    I'm wet through.

  6. Ice-Cream Man

    Ting-a-ling, Ting-a-ling,
    Ting-a-ling, Ting-a-ling,
    We get up with a start,
    There comes the ice-cream man
    Pushing his cart.

  7. I Love Lollipop

    I Love Lollipop,
    You love Lollipop,
    We all love Lollipop
    Lolli, Lolli-pop !

    I Love Chocolate,
    You love chocolate,
    We all love chocolate,
    Choco, Choco-Late.

    I love Coca-Cola,
    You love Coca-Cola,
    We all love Coca-cola,
    Coca, Coca-Cola.

    I love Bubble Gum,
    You love Bubble Gum,
    We all love Bubble Gum,
    Bubble, bubble-Gum.

    I love Ice-Cream,
    You love Ice Cream,
    We all love Ice Cream,
    Yummy, Ice-Cream !

  8. I''m A Little Teapot

    I''m a little teapot
    Short and stout
    Here is my handle
    Here is my spout
    When I get all steamed up
    Hear me shout:
    Tip me over and pour me out!

  9. Ice cream

    I scream,
    You scream
    We all scream
    For ice cream!

  10. If all the world were paper

    If all the world were paper,
    And all the sea were ink,
    If all the trees
    Were bread and cheese,
    What should we have to drink?

  11. I am Special

    I am Special,
    I am Special.
    If you look, you will see,
    Someone very special,
    Someone very special,
    And that's me,
    And that's me !

  12. I love little pussy

    I love little pussy,
    Her coat is so warm,
    And if I don''t hurt her,
    She''ll do me no harm.
    So I''ll not pull her tail,
    Nor drive her away,
    But pussy and I,
    Very gently will play.

  13. If I had a donkey

    If I had a donkey

    That wouldn''t go
    Do you think I''d beat him?
    Oh, no, no!
    I''d put him in a barn
    And give him some corn,
    The best little donkey
    That ever was born.

  14. It''s raining, it''s pouring

    It''s raining, it''s pouring;
    The old man is snoring.
    Bumped his head
    And he went to bed
    And he couldn''t get up in the morning.

    Rain, rain, go away;
    Come again another day;
    Little Johnny wants to play.

  15. I sing, I sing

    I sing, I sing,
    From morn till night;
    From cares I''m free,
    And my heart is light.

  16. If Wishes Were Horses

    If wishes were horses, beggars would ride.
    If turnips were watches, I would wear one by my side.
    And if 'ifs' and 'ands'
    Were pots and pans,
    There''d be no work for tinkers!

  17. If All The Seas Were One Sea

    If all the seas were one sea,
    What a great sea that would be!
    And if all the trees were one tree,
    What a great tree that would be!
    And if all the axes were one axe,
    What a great axe that would be!
    And if all the men were one man,
    What a great man he would be!
    And if the great man took the great axe,
    And cut down the great tree,
    And let it fall into the great sea,
    What a splish splash that would be!

  18. I Had A Little Husband

    I had a little husband no bigger than my thumb,
    I put him in a pint pot, and there I bid him drum,
    I bought a little handkerchief to wipe his little nose,
    And a pair of little garters to tie his little hose.

  19. I''ll Tell You A Story

    I''ll tell you a story
    About Jack-a-Nory:
    And now my story''s begun.
    I''ll tell you another
    About his brother:
    And now my story is done.

  20. I Saw A Ship A-sailing

    I saw a ship a-sailing,
    A-sailing on the sea;
    And, oh! it was all laden
    With pretty, things for thee!
    There were comfits in the cabin,
    And apples in the hold;
    The sails were made of silk,
    And the masts were made of gold.
    The four-and-twenty sailors
    That stood between the decks,
    Were four-and-twenty white mice
    With chains about their necks.
    The captain was a duck,
    With a packet on his back;
    And when the ship began to move,
    The captain said, 'Quack! Quack!'

  1. Jack and Jill

    Jack and Jill went up the hill,
    To fetch a pail of water,
    Jack fell down and broke his crown,
    And Jill came tumbling after.

    Up Jack got and home he ran,
    As fast as he could caper.
    There his mother bound his head,
    With vinegar and brown paper.

  2. Jack, be nimble

    Jack, be nimble,
    Jack, be quick,
    Jack, jump over
    The candlestick.

  3. Jack Sprat

    Jack Sprat could eat no fat,
    His wife could eat no lean,
    And so betwixt the two of them
    They licked the platter clean.

  4. Jerry Hall

    Jerry Hall,
    He is so small,
    A rat could eat him,
    Hat and all.

  5. Just Like Me

    'I went up one pair of stairs.'
    'Just like me.'
    'I went up two pairs of stairs.'
    'Just like me.'
    'I went into a room.'
    'Just like me.'
    'I looked out of a window.'
    'Just like me.'
    'And there I saw a monkey.'
    'Just like me.'

  6. John Smith

    Is John Smith within?
    Yes, that he is.
    Can he set a shoe?
    Ay, marry, two.
    Here a nail, there a nail,
    Tick, tack, too.

  7. Jack Jelf

    Little Jack Jelf
    Was put on the shelf
    Because he could not spell 'pie';
    When his aunt, Mrs. Grace,
    Saw his sorrowful face,
    She could not help saying, 'Oh, fie!'
    And since Master Jelf
    Was put on the shelf
    Because he could not spell 'pie,'
    Let him stand there so grim,
    And no more about him,
    For I wish him a very good-bye!

  8. Jack And His Fiddle

    'Jacky, come and give me thy fiddle,
    If ever thou mean to thrive.'
    'Nay, I''ll not give my fiddle
    To any man alive.
    ''If I should give my fiddle,
    They''ll think that I''ve gone mad;
    For many a joyous day
    My fiddle and I have had.'

  9. Jack Jingle

    Little Jack Jingle,
    He used to live single;
    But when he got tired of this kind of life,
    He left off being single and lived with his wife.
    Now what do you think of little Jack Jingle?
    Before he was married he used to live single.

  10. Jenny Wren

    As little Jenny Wren
    Was sitting by her shed.
    She waggled with her tail,
    And nodded with her head.
    She waggled with her tail,
    And nodded with her head,
    As little Jenny Wren
    Was sitting by the shed.

  1. Kookaburra

    Kookaburra sits in the old gum tree.
    Merry, merry king of the bush is he.

    Laugh, Kookaburra,
    Laugh, Kookaburra,
    Gay your life must be.

    Kookaburra sits in the old gum tree,
    Eating all the gumdrops he can see.

    Stop, Kookaburra,
    Stop, Kookaburra,
    Leave some there for me.

    Kookaburra sits in the old gum tree,
    Counting all the monkeys he can see.

    Wait, Kookaburra.
    Stop, Kookaburra.
    That''s not a monkey, that''s me!

  2. King Boggen

    King Boggen, he built a fine new hall;
    Pastry and piecrust, that was the wall;
    The windows were made of black pudding and white,
    Roofed with pancakes -- you never saw the like.

  1. Little Jhony Dances

    Little Jhony Dances,
    On my thumb he dances. (twice)
    On my thumb, thumb, thumb,
    Jhony puppet dances. (twice)
    La-la-la-la-la-la.
    Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha.

  2. London Bridge

    London Bridge is falling down,
    Falling down, falling down,
    London Bridge is falling down,
    My fair lady.
    Built it with iron bars,
    Iron bars, iron bars.

  3. London Bridge is falling down

    London Bridge is falling down,

    Falling down,
    Falling down.
    London Bridge is falling down,
    My fair lady.

    Take a key and lock her up,

    Lock her up,
    Lock her up.
    Take a key and lock her up,
    My fair lady.

    How will we build it up,

    Build it up,
    Build it up?
    How will we build it up,
    My fair lady?

    Build it up with silver and gold,

    Silver and gold,
    Silver and gold.
    Build it up with silver and gold,
    My fair lady.

    Gold and silver I have none,

    I have none,
    I have none.
    Gold and silver I have none,
    My fair lady.

    Build it up with needles and pins,

    Needles and pins,
    Needles and pins.
    Build it up with needles and pins,
    My fair lady.

    Pins and needles bend and break,

    Bend and break,
    Bend and break.
    Pins and needles bend and break,
    My fair lady.

    Build it up with wood and clay,

    Wood and clay,
    Wood and clay.
    Build it up with wood and clay,
    My fair lady.

    Wood and clay will wash away,

    Wash away,
    Wash away.
    Wood and clay will wash away,
    My fair lady.

    Build it up with stone so strong,

    Stone so strong,
    Stone so strong.
    Build it up with stone so strong,
    My fair lady.

    Stone so strong will last so long,

    Last so long,
    Last so long.
    Stone so strong will last so long,
    My fair lady.

  4. Little Jack Horner

    Little Jack Horner
    Sat in the corner,
    Eating a Christmas pie,
    He put in his thumb,
    And pulled out a plum,
    And said' what a good boy am I !

  5. Little Miss Muffet

    Little Miss Muffet
    Sat on a tuffet
    Eating her curds and whey;
    Along came a spider,
    Who sat down beside her
    And frightened Miss Muffet away.

  6. Little Polly Flinders

    Little Polly Flinders
    Sat among the cinders,
    Warming her pretty little toes.

    Her mother came and caught her,
    And whipped her little daughter
    For spoiling her nice new clothes.

  7. Little Sally Walker

    Little Sally Walker, sitting in a saucer,

    Ride, Sally, ride,

    Wipe your weeping eyes,

    Turn to the east , turn to the west ,

    Turn to the one that you love best.

    Aw, shake it to the east !

    Aw, shake it to the west !

    Aw, shake it to the east !

    Aw, shake it to the west !

    Turn to the one that you love best.

  8. Little Peter Rabbit

    Little Peter rabbit had a fly upon his nose,
    Little Peter rabbit had a fly upon his nose,
    Little Peter rabbit had a fly upon his nose,
    So he flicked it and it flew away.
    Peter, Peter, Peter rabbit,
    Peter, Peter, Peter rabbit,
    Peter, Peter, Peter rabbit,
    So he flicked it and it flew away.

    Uncle Tom's cycle has had a puncture in his tyre,
    Uncle Tom's cycle has had a puncture in his tyre,
    Uncle Tom's cycle has had a puncture in his tyre,
    So he patched it with a chewing gum.
    Chewing, chewing, chewing chewing gum,
    Chewing, chewing, chewing chewing gum,
    Chewing, chewing, chewing chewing gum,
    So he fixed it up with a chewing gum.

  9. Little Bo-Peep

    Little Bo-Peep
    Has lost her sheep,
    And does not know,
    Where to find them.
    Leave them alone,
    And they will come home,
    And bring their tails
    Behind them.

  10. Ladybug! Ladybug!

    Ladybug! Ladybug!

    Fly away home.
    Your house is on fire
    And your children all gone.
    All except one,
    And that''s little Ann,
    For she has crept under
    The frying pan.

  11. Little Bo Peep

    Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep
    And can''t tell where to find them.
    Leave them alone,
    And they''ll come home,
    Wagging their tails behind them.

    Little Bo Peep fell fast asleep,
    And dreampt she heard them bleating;
    But when she awaoke, she found it a joke,
    For still they all were fleeting.

    Then up she took her little crook,
    Determined for to find them;
    She found them indeed, but it made her heart bleed,
    For they''d left all their tails behind them!

    It happened one day, as Bo Peep did stray
    Unto a meadow hard by --
    There she espied their tails, side by side,
    All hung on a tree to dry.

    She heaved a sigh and wiped her eye,
    And over the hillocks she raced;
    And tried what she could, as a shepherdess should,
    That each tail should be properly placed.

  12. Little Boy Blue

    Little Boy Blue, come blow your horn,
    The sheep''s in the meadow, the cow''s in the corn.
    Where is the boy who looks after the sheep?
    He''s under a haycock, fast asleep.
    Will you wake him? No, not I,
    For if I do, he''s sure to cry.

  13. Little Poll Parrot

    Little Poll Parrot
    Sat in his garret
    Eating toast and tea;
    A little brown mouse
    Jumped into the house,
    And stole it all away.

  14. Little Robin Readbreast

    Little Robin Readbreast
    Sat upon a rail.
    Niddle, naddle went his head;
    Wiggle, waggle went his tail.

  15. Little Bunny Foo Foo

    Little Bunny Foo Foo,
    Hopping through the forest.
    Scooping up the field mice,
    And bopping them on the head.

    And along came a good fairy and she said:
    'Little Bunny Foo Foo,
    I don''t want to see you,
    Scooping up the field mice,
    And bopping them on the head.
    I''ll give you three more chances.
    And if you''re not good,
    I''ll turn you into a goon!'

    So the next day...

    Little Bunny Foo Foo,
    Hopping through the forest.
    Scooping up the field mice,
    And bopping them on the head.


    Along came the good fairy and she said:
    'Little Bunny Foo Foo,
    I don''t want to see you.
    Scooping up the field mice,
    And bopping them on the head.
    I''ll give you two more chances.
    And if you''re not good,
    I''ll turn you into a goon!'

    So the next day...

    Little Bunny Foo Foo,
    Hopping through the forest.
    Scooping up the field mice,
    And bopping them on the head.

    And along came a good fairy and she said:
    'Little Bunny Foo Foo,
    I don''t want to see you.
    Scooping up the field mice,
    And bopping them on the head.
    I''ll give you one more chance.
    And if you''re not good,
    I''ll turn you into a goon!'

    So the next day...

    Little Bunny Foo Foo,
    Hopping through the forest.
    Scooping up the field mice,
    And bopping them on the head.
    I gave you three chances to be good,
    And you didn''t behave.
    And now, I''m going to turn you into a goon!'

    The moral of this story is:

    'Hare today, goon tomorrow'.

  16. Little Bobby Snooks

    Little Bobby Snooks was fond of his books,
    And loved by his usher and master;
    But naughty Jack Spry, he got a black eye,
    And carries his nose in a plaster.

  17. Leg Over Leg

    Leg over leg,
    As the dog went to Dover;
    When he came to a stile,
    Jump, he went over.

  18. Little Jumping Joan

    Here am I, little jumping Joan,
    When nobody''s with me
    I''m always alone.

  19. Lucy Locket

    Lucy Locket lost her pocket,
    Kitty Fisher found it;
    Nothing in it, nothing in it,
    But the binding round it.

  20. Lengthening Days

    As the days grow longer
    The storms grow stronger.

  1. Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary

    Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary.
    How does your garden grow ?
    Silver bells, and cockle shells,
    And pretty maids all in a row.

  2. Mummy and Daddy

    Mummy and Daddy
    I love you
    Come to me when I call you,
    Give me a kiss when I as you,
    Mummy and Daddy
    I love you.

  3. Mix a Pancake

    Mix a pancake,
    Stir a pancake,
    Pop it in a pan;
    Fry a pancake,
    Toss a pancake,
    Catch it if you can.

  4. My Bonnie

    My bonnie lies over the ocean.
    My bonnie lies over the sea.
    My bonnie lies over the ocean.
    O bring back my bonnie to me.

    Bring back, bring back,
    Bring back my bonnie to me, to me.
    Bring back, bring back,
    Bring back my bonnie to me.

  5. Mary had a little lamb

    Mary had a little lamb,

    little lamb,
    little lamb.
    Mary had a little lamb,
    Its fleece was white as snow.

    Everywhere that Mary went,

    Mary went,
    Mary went.
    Everywhere that Mary went,
    The lamb was sure to go.

    It followed her to school one day,

    school one day,
    school one day.
    It followed her to school one day,
    Which was against the rules.

    It made the children laugh and play,

    laugh and play,
    laugh and play.
    It made the children laugh and play,
    To see a lamb at school.

  6. Mares eat oats

    Mares eat oats,
    And does eat oats,
    And little lambs eat ivy.
    A kid''ll eat ivy, too,
    Wouldn''t you?

  7. Mary''s Canary

    Mary had a pretty bird,
    Feathers bright and yellow,
    Slender legs -- upon my word,
    He was a pretty fellow.
    The sweetest note he always sung,
    Which much delighted Mary,
    She often, where the cage was hung,
    Sat hearing her canary.

  8. Mockingbird

    Hush, little baby, don''t say a word,
    Mama''s going to buy you a mockingbird.
    If that mockingbird won''t sing,
    Papa''s going to buy you a diamond ring.
    If that diamond ring turns brass,
    Mama''s going to buy you a looking glass.
    If that looking glass gets broke,
    Papa''s going to buy you a billy-goat.
    And if that billy-goat runs away,
    Mama''s going to buy you another one today.
    And all of these things your parents will do,
    Because you''re the best little child in the world.

  9. Monday''s child

    Monday''s child is fair of face,
    Tuesday''s child is full of grace,
    Wednesday''s child is full of woe,
    Thursday''s child has far to go,
    Friday''s child is loving and giving,
    Saturday''s child works hard for his living,
    And the child that is born on the Sabbath day
    Is bonny and blithe, and good and gay.

  10. Miscellaneous Short Tongue Twisters:

    - Black bug''s blood.

    - Crisp crusts crackle and crunch.

    - Freshly-fried fat flying fish

    - Rubber baby-buggy bumpers.

    - Jolly juggling jesters jauntily juggled jingling jacks.

    - Kindly kittens knitting mittens keep kazooing in the king''s kitchen.

    - Leaping lizards like to lick lovely lemon lollipops for lunch.

    - Shy Shelly says she shall sew sheets shortly.

    - Six sick slick slim sycamore saplings.
    Six slippery snails, slid slowly seaward.
    Six thick thistle sticks. Six thick thistles stick.
    The sixth sick sheik''s sixth sheep''s sick.

    - A skunk sat on a stump and thunk the stump stunk,
    but the stump thunk the skunk stunk.

    - Soldier''s shoulders.

    -Swan swam over the sea,
    Swim, swan, swim!
    Swan swam back again
    Well swum, swan!

    - A Tudor who tooted a flute
    tried to tutor two tooters to toot.
    Said the two to their tutor,
    'Is it harder to toot
    or to tutor two tooters to toot?'

    - We surely shall see the sun shine shortly.

    - What type of noise annoys an oyster?
    A noisy noise annoys an oyster.

    - Which witch is which?

    - Which witch wished which wicked wish?

  11. Money And The Mare

    'Lend me thy mare to ride a mile.'
    'She is lamed, leaping over a stile.'
    'Alack! and I must keep the fair!
    I''ll give thee money for thy mare.'
    'Oh, oh! say you so?
    Money will make the mare to go!'

  12. Master I Have

    Master I have, and I am his man,
    Gallop a dreary dun;
    Master I have, and I am his man,
    And I''ll get a wife as fast as I can;
    With a heighty gaily gamberally,
    Higgledy piggledy, niggledy, niggledy,
    Gallop a dreary dun.

  13. My Kitten

    Hey, my kitten, my kitten,
    And hey, my kitten, my deary!
    Such a sweet pet as this
    Was neither far nor neary.

  14. My Love

    Saw ye aught of my love a-coming from the market?
    A peck of meal upon her back,
    A babby in her basket;
    Saw ye aught of my love a-coming from the market?

  15. My Maid Mary

    My maid Mary she minds the dairy
    While I go a-hoeing and mowing each morn;
    Gaily run the reel and the little spinning wheel.
    While I am singing and mowing my corn.

  16. Myself

    As I walked by myself,
    And talked to myself,
    Myself said unto me:
    'Look to thyself,
    Take care of thyself,
    For nobody cares for thee.'
    I answered myself,
    And said to myself
    In the selfsame repartee:
    'Look to thyself,
    Or not look to thyself,
    The selfsame thing will be.'

  17. My Little Maid

    High diddle doubt, my candle''s out
    My little maid is not at home;
    Saddle my hog and bridle my dog,
    And fetch my little maid home.

  18. Multiplication Is Vexation

    Multiplication is vexation,
    Division is as bad;
    Rule of Three doth puzzle me,
    And Practice drives me mad.

  19. March Winds

    March winds and April showers
    Bring forth May flowers.

  1. Nancy Dawson

    Nancy Dawson was so fine
    She wouldn''t get up to serve the swine;
    She lies in bed till eight or nine,
    So it''s Oh, poor Nancy Dawson.
    And do ye ken Nancy Dawson, honey?
    The wife who sells the barley, honey?
    She won''t get up to feed her swine,
    And do ye ken Nancy Dawson, honey?

  2. Needles And Pins

    Needles and pins, needles and pins,
    When a man marries his trouble begins.

  1. Old MacDonald

    Old MacDonald had a farm
    E-I-E-O !
    And on the farm he had a dog
    E-I-E-O !
    With a bow-wow here, and a bow-wow there
    Here a bow, there a wow, everywhere a bow-wow.
    Old MacDonald had a farm
    E-I-E-O !

    Second verse) Cow - moo, moo;
    Third verse) Cat - meow, meow;
    Fourth verse) Sheep - Baa-Baa;
    Fifth verse) Duck - quack, quack.

  2. Open, shut them

    Open, shut them (Open both hands and then make a fist)
    Open, shut them
    Give a little clap. (Clap hands together)
    Open, shut them
    Open, shut them
    Fold them in your lap. (Fold hands in lap)

  3. 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 some bonny blue ribbons;
    He promised to buy me a bunch of blue ribbons,
    To bind up my bonny brown hair.

    And it''s, 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.

  4. On top of spaghetti

    On top of spaghetti,
    All covered with cheese,
    I lost my poor meatball
    When somebody sneezed.

    It rolled off the table
    And onto the floor,
    And then my poor meatball
    Rolled right out the door.

  5. Oats, peas, beans and barley grow

    Oats, peas, beans and barley grow,
    Oats, peas, beans and barley grow,
    Can you or I or anyone know
    How oats, peas, beans and barley grow?

  6. Old Mother Hubbard

    Old Mother Hubbard
    went to the cupboard
    to get her poor dog a bone,
    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
    the poor dog was dead.

    She went to the joiner''s
    to buy him a coffin
    but when she came back
    the poor dog was laughing.

    She took a clean dish
    to get him some tripe
    but when she came back
    he was smoking a pipe.

    She went to the fishmonger''s
    to buy him some fish
    but when she came back
    he was licking the dish.

    She went to the alehouse
    to get him some beer
    but when she came back
    the dog sat in a chair.

    she went to the tavern
    for white wine and red
    but when she came back
    the dog stood on his head.

    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 fruiter''s
    to buy him some fruit
    but when she came back
    he was playing the flute.

    She went to the tailor''s
    to buy him a coat
    but when she came back
    he was riding a goat.

    She went to the cobbler''s
    to buy him some shoes
    but when she came back
    he was reading the news.

  7. Old Mother Goose

    Old Mother Goose,
    When she wanted to wander,
    Would ride through the air
    On a very fine gander.

  8. Once I saw a little bird

    Once I saw a little bird
    Come hop, hop, hop.
    And I cried, 'Little bird,
    Will you stop, stop, stop?'

    I was going to the window
    To say, 'How do you do?'
    When he shook his little tail
    And away he flew.

  9. Oh Where, Oh Where has My Little Dog Gone?

    Oh where, oh where,
    Has my little dog gone?
    Oh where, oh where can he be?
    With his ears cut short,
    And his tail cut long,
    Oh where, oh where can he be?

  10. One, Two, Three, Four

    One, two, three, four
    Tina at the cottage door.
    Five, six, seven, eight,
    Eating pies off a plate.

  11. 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;
    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;

  12. One, two, three, four, five

    One, two, three, four, five,
    Once I caught a fish alive.
    Six, seven, eight, nine, ten,
    Then I let it go again.

    Why did you let it go?
    Because it bit my finger so.
    Which finger did it bite?
    The little one upon the right.

  13. One I love

    One I love, two I love,
    Three I love, I say;
    Four I love with all my heart,
    Five I cast away.

  14. One for the mouse

    One for the mouse,
    One for the crow,
    One to rot,
    One to grow.

  15. One to make ready

    One to make ready,nd two to prepare;
    Good luck to the rider,
    And away goes the mare!

  16. One for Sorrow

    One for sorrow,
    Two for joy,
    Three for a girl,
    Four for a boy,
    Five for silver,
    Six for gold,
    Seven for a secret
    Never to be told.

  17. One misty, moisty morning

    One misty, moisty morning,
    When cloudy was the weather,
    I chanced to meet an old man
    Clothed all in leather.
    He began to compliment,
    And I began to grin,
    How do you do?
    And how do you do?
    And how do you do, again?

  18. Over the river

    Over the river and through the woods
    To Grandmother''s house we go.
    The horse knows the way

    To carry the sleigh
    Through the white and drifted snow, O!
    Over the river and through the woods
    Oh, how the wind does blow.
    It stings the nose
    And bites the toes
    As over the ground we go.
    Over the river and through the woods
    Trot fast my dapple gray.
    Spring over the ground

    Like a hunting hound
    On this Thanksgiving Day, Hey!
    Over the river and through the woods
    Now Grandmother''s face I spy.
    Hurrah for the fun,
    Is the pudding done?
    Hurrah for the pumpkin pie.

  19. Oh, Dear!

    Dear, dear! what can the matter be?
    Two old women got up in an appletree;
    One came down, and the other stayed till Saturday.

  20. Old Chairs To Mend

    If I''d as much money as I could spend,
    I never would cry old chairs to mend;.
    Old chairs to mend, old chairs to mend;
    I never would cry old chairs to mend.
    If I''d as much money as I could tell,
    I never would cry old clothes to sell;
    Old clothes to sell, old clothes to sell;
    I never would cry old clothes to sell.

  1. Peter Pointer

    This is Tomy Thumb (hold up right thumb)
    This is Peter Pointer (hold up right index finger)
    This is Tony Tall (hold up right middle finger)
    This is Ruby Ring (hold up right third finger)
    This is Sammy Small (hold up right little finger)
    These are fingers all. (wiggle all fingers)
    When we want to be quiet,
    We put the right Peter Pointer on our lips.
    (Place right index finger on lips)

  2. Peter' Peter Pumpin-Eater

    Peter, Peter, pumpin-eater,
    Had a wife and couldn't eep her.
    He put her in a pumpin shell,
    And there he kept her very well.

  3. Peter, Peter, pumpkin eater

    Peter, Peter, pumpkin eater,
    Had a wife and couldn''t keep her.
    He put her in a pumpkin shell
    And there he kept her, very well.

  4. Poly , Put the Kettle On

    Poly, put the kettle on,
    Kettle on, kettle on
    Poly, put the kettle on,
    Let's all have tea.

  5. Peas Porridge hot

    Peas porridge hot,
    Peas porridge cold,
    Peas porridge in the pot,
    Nine days old.
    Some like it hot,
    Some like it cold,
    Peas porridge in the pot,
    Nine days old.

  6. Pat-a-cake, Pat-a-cake

    Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker man.
    Bake me a cake as fast just as you can.
    Roll it and pat it and mark it with B,
    And put it in the oven for baby and me!

  7. Pease Porridge Hot

    Pease porridge hot!
    Pease porridge cold!
    Pease porridge in the pot
    Nine days old.

    Some like it hot,
    Some like it cold,
    Some like it in the pot
    Nine days old!

  8. Piping hot, smoking hot

    Piping hot, smoking hot.

    What I''ve got
    You have not. Hot gray peas, hot, hot, hot;
    Hot gray peas, hot!

  9. Piggy on the Railway

    Piggy on the Railway
    Picking up stones;
    Down came an engine,
    And broke Piggy's bones. 'Ah !' said Piggy,
    'That's not fair,'
    'Oh !' said the engine driver,
    'I don't care !'

  10. Pussycat, pussycat

    Pussycat, pussycat, where have you been?
    I''ve been to London to visit the Queen.
    Pussycat, pussycat, what did you there?
    I frightened a little mouse under her chair.

  11. 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,
    How many pickled peppers did Peter Piper pick?

  12. Pippen Hill

    As I was going up Pippen Hill
    Pippen Hill was dirty;
    There I met a pretty Miss,
    And she dropped me a curtsy.
    Little Miss, pretty Miss,
    Blessings light upon you;
    If I had half-a-crown a day,
    I''d spend it all upon you

  13. Pussy-cat And Queen

    'Pussy-cat, pussy-cat,
    Where have you been?'
    'I''ve been to London
    To look at the Queen.'
    'Pussy-cat, pussy-cat,
    What did you there?'
    I frightened a little mouse
    Under the chair.'

  14. Play Days

    How many days has my baby to play?
    Saturday, Sunday, Monday,
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,
    Saturday, Sunday, Monday.

  15. Pins

    See a pin and pick it up,
    All the day you''ll have good luck.
    See a pin and let it lay,
    Bad luck you''ll have all the day.

  16. Pancake Day

    Great A, little a,
    This is pancake day;
    Toss the ball high,
    Throw the ball low,
    Those that come after
    May sing heigh-ho!

  17. Poor Old Robinson Crusoe!

    Poor old Robinson Crusoe!
    Poor old Robinson Crusoe!
    They made him a coat
    Of an old Nanny goat.
    I wonder why they should do so!
    With a ring-a-ting-tang,
    And a ring-a-ting-tang,
    Poor old Robinson Crusoe!

  18. Pretty John Watts

    Pretty John Watts,
    We are troubled with rats,
    Will you drive them out of the house?
    We have mice, too, in plenty,
    That feast in the pantry,
    But let them stay
    And nibble away,
    What harm in a little brown mouse?

  19. Pairs Or Pears

    Twelve pairs hanging high,
    Twelve knights riding by,
    Each knight took a pear,
    And yet left a dozen there.

  20. Pussy-cat Mew

    Pussy-cat Mew jumped over a coal,
    And in her best petticoat burnt a great hole.
    Poor Pussy''s weeping, she''ll have no more milk
    Until her best petticoat''s mended with silk.

  1. Row, Row, Row your boat

    Row, Row, Row your boat,
    Gently down the stream,
    Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily,
    Life is but a dream.

  2. Ring a Ring O' Roses

    Ring a Ring O' Roses
    A pocket full of posies,
    Fall, you fall, we all fall down.
    Picking up the cherries,
    Picking up the cherries,
    We all jump up !

  3. Robin and Richard

    Robin and Richard were two pretty men,
    They lay in bed till the clock struck ten;
    Then up starts Robin and looks at the sky,
    'Oh, brother Richard, the sun''s very high!
    You go before, with the bottle and bag,
    And I will come after on little Jack Nag.'

  4. Rub-a-dub-dub

    Rub-a-dub-dub
    Three men in a tub,
    And how do you think they got there?
    The butcher, the baker, the candlestick-maker --
    They all jumped out of a rotten potato!
    ''Twas enough to make a fish stare.

  5. Rain on the green grass

    Rain on the green grass;
    Rain on the tree;
    Rain on the housetop,
    But not on me!

  6. Robin Redbreast

    Little Robin Redbreast sat upon a tree,
    Up went Pussy-Cat, down went he,
    Down came Pussy-Cat, away Robin ran,
    Says little Robin Redbreast: 'Catch me if you can!
    Little Robin Redbreast jumped upon a spade,
    Pussy-Cat jumped after him, and then he was afraid.
    Little Robin chirped and sang, and what did Pussy say?
    Pussy-Cat said: 'Mew, mew, mew,' and Robin flew away.

  7. Ride Away, Ride Away

    Ride away, ride away,
    Johnny shall ride,
    And he shall have pussy-cat
    Tied to one side;
    And he shall have little dog
    Tied to the other,
    And Johnny shall ride
    To see his grandmother.

  8. Robin-a-bobbin

    Robin-a-Bobbin
    Bent his bow,
    Shot at a pigeon,
    And killed a crow.

  9. Robin Hood And Little John

    Robin Hood, Robin Hood,
    Is in the mickle wood!
    Little John, Little John,
    He to the town is gone.
    Robin Hood, Robin Hood,
    Telling his beads,
    All in the greenwood
    Among the green weeds.
    Little John, Little John,
    If he comes no more,
    Robin Hood, Robin Hood,
    We shall fret full sore!

  10. Rain

    Rain, rain, go to Spain,
    And never come back again.

  11. Rock-a-bye, Baby

    Rock-a-bye, baby, thy cradle is green;
    Father''s a nobleman, mother''s a queen;
    And Betty''s a lady, and wears a gold ring;
    And Johnny''s a drummer, and drums for the king.

  12. Ring A Ring O'' Roses

    Ring a ring o'' roses,
    A pocketful of posies.
    Tisha! Tisha!
    We all fall down.

  1. See-Saw

    See-Saw, hurry up & down,
    Which is the way to London town ?
    One foot up and the other foot down,
    That is the way to London town.

  2. Sweep the passage

    Sweep the passage with broom (twice)
    Swish, swash (twice)
    Sweep the passage with broom (twice)

    (Second verse) hang the washing to dry.....flip, flop;
    (third verse) Mix the pudding to eat.....round & round;
    (fourth verse) Rock the baby to sleep.....la, la, la.

  3. Simple Simon

    Simple Simon met a pieman,

    Going to the fair.
    Said Simple Simon to the pieman,
    'Let me taste your ware.'

    Said the pieman unto Simon,

    'Show me first your penny.'
    Said Simple Simon to the pieman,
    'Indeed I have not any.'

    Simple Simon went a-fishing,

    For to catch a whale;
    But all the water he had got
    Was in his mother''s pail.

    Simple Simon went to look,

    If plums grew on a thistle;
    He pricked his fingers very much,
    Which made poor Simon whistle.

    He went for water in a sieve,

    But soon it all fell through;
    And now poor Simple Simon
    Bids you all adieu.

  4. Six little mice sat down to spin

    Six little mice sat down to spin;
    Pussy passed by and she peeped in;
    'What are you doing, my little men?'
    'Weaving coats for gentlemen.'
    'Shall I come in and cut off your threads?'
    'No, no, Mistress Pussy, you''d bite off our heads.'
    'Oh, no, I''ll not; I''ll help you to spin.'
    'That may be so, but you don''t come in!'

  5. See, see!

    See, see! What shall I see?
    A horse''s head where his tail should be.

  6. Sing, sing, what shall I sing?

    Sing, sing, what shall I sing?
    The cat''s run away with the pudding string!
    Do, do, what shall I do?
    The cat''s run away with the pudding, too!

  7. Smiling girls, rosy boys

    Smiling girls, rosy boys,
    Come and buy my little toys;
    Monkeys made of gingerbread,
    And sugar horses painted red.

  8. Swan swam over the sea

    Swan swam over the sea,
    Swim, swan, swim!
    Swan swam back again,
    Well swum, swan!

  9. She''ll be comin'' round the mountain

    She''ll be comin'' round the mountain

    When she comes,
    (When she comes).
    She''ll be comin'' round the mountain
    When she comes,
    (When she comes).
    She''ll be comin'' round the mountain,
    She''ll be comin'' round the mountain,
    She''ll be comin'' round the mountain,
    When she comes,
    (When she comes).

    She''ll be drivin'' six white horses

    When she comes,
    (When she comes).
    She''ll be drivin'' six white horses
    When she comes,
    (When she comes).
    She''ll be drivin'' six white horses,
    She''ll be drivin'' six white horses,
    She''ll be drivin'' six white horses,
    When she comes,
    (When she comes).

    Oh, we''ll all go out to greet her

    When she comes,
    (When she comes).
    Oh, we''ll all go out to greet her
    When she comes,
    (When she comes).
    Oh, we''ll all go out to greet her,
    Oh, we''ll all go out to greet her,
    Oh, we''ll all go out to greet her,
    When she comes,
    (When she comes).

  10. 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,
    They all began to sing.
    Now, wasn''t that a dainty dish
    To set before the King?

    The King was in his countinghouse,
    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 there came a big black bird
    And snipped off her nose!

  11. Sippity sup, sippity sup

    Sippity sup, sippity sup,
    Bread and milk from a china cup.
    Bread and milk from a bright silver spoon
    Made of a piece of the bright silver moon.
    Sippity sup, sippity sup,
    Sippity, sippity sup.

  12. Sleep, baby, sleep

    Sleep, baby, sleep,
    Thy papa guards the sheep;
    Thy mama shakes the dreamland tree
    And from it fall sweet dreams for thee,
    Sleep, baby, sleep,
    Sleep, baby, sleep,
    Our cottage vale is deep;
    The little lamb is on the green,
    With woolly fleece so soft and clean,
    Sleep, baby, sleep,
    Sleep, baby, sleep,
    Down where the woodbines creep;
    Be always like the lamb so mild,
    A kind and sweet and gentle child,
    Sleep, baby, sleep,

  13. Star light, star bright

    Star light, star bright,
    First star I see tonight,
    I wish I may, I wish I might,
    Have the wish I wish tonight.

  14. Seasons

    Spring is showery, flowery, bowery;
    Summer -- hoppy, croppy, poppy;
    Autumn -- wheezy, sneezy, freezy;
    Winter -- slippy, drippy, nippy.

  15. Solomon Grundy

    Solomon Grundy,
    Born on Monday,
    Christened on Tuesday,
    Married on Wednesday,
    Took ill on Thursday,
    Worse on Friday,
    Died on Saturday,
    Buried on Sunday:
    This is the end
    Of Solomon Grundy.

  16. Shall We Go A-shearing?

    'Old woman, old woman, shall we go a-shearing?'
    'Speak a little louder, sir, I am very thick of hearing.'
    'Old woman, old woman, shall I kiss you dearly?'
    'Thank you, kind sir, I hear you very clearly.'

  17. Sulky Sue

    Here''s Sulky Sue,
    What shall we do?
    Turn her face to the wall
    Till she comes to.

  18. Saturday, Sunday

    On Saturday night
    Shall be all my care
    To powder my locks
    And curl my hair.
    On Sunday morning
    My love will come in,
    When he will marry me
    With a gold ring.

  19. Sunshine

    Hick-a-more, Hack-a-more,
    On the King''s kitchen door,
    All the King''s horses,
    And all the King''s men,
    Couldn''t drive Hick-a-more, Hack-a-more,
    Off the King''s kitchen door.

  20. Shoeing

    Shoe the colt,
    Shoe the colt,
    Shoe the wild mare;
    Here a nail,
    There a nail,
    Yet she goes bare.

  1. Thank you God

    Thank you God for the world so sweet,
    Thank you God for the food we eat,
    Thank you God for the birds that sing,
    Thank you God for everything.

  2. The More We Get Together

    The more we get together,
    Together, together;
    The more we get together,
    The happier w'll be.
    Because your friend is my friend,
    And my friend is your friend.
    The more we get together,
    The happier w'll be.

  3. Two Little hands

    Two little hands to clap, clap, clap.
    Two little legs go tap, tap, tap;
    Two little eyes are open wide,
    One little head goes side to side.

  4. The Wheels of the Bus

    The wheels of the bus go round and round,
    Round and round, round and round.
    The wheels of the bus go round and round,
    All day long.
    The wipers of the bus go swish, swish......
    The horn of the bus goes pom, pom, pom....
    The people in the bus up and down, up and down and up and down....
    The babies in the bus go wee, wee, wee.....
    The children in the bus go ha, ha, ha......

  5. There''s a neat little clock

    There''s a neat little clock,
    In the schoolroom it stands,
    And it points to the time
    With it''s two little hands.

    And may we, like the clock,
    Keep a face clean and bright,
    With hands ever ready
    To do what is right.

  6. 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!

    When the blazing sun is gone,
    When he nothing shines upon,
    Then you show your little light,
    Twinkle, twinkle, all the night.
    Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
    How I wonder what you are!

    Then the traveler in the dark
    Thanks you for your tiny spark;
    He could not see which way to go,
    If you did not twinkle so.
    Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
    How I wonder what you are!

    In the dark blue sky you keep,
    And often through my curtains peep,
    For you never shut your eye
    Till the sun is in the sky.
    Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
    How I wonder what you are!

    As your bright and tiny spark
    Lights the traveler in the dark,
    Through I know not what you are,
    Twinkle, twinkle, little star.
    Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
    How I wonder what you are!

  7. Taffy was a Welshman

    Taffy was a Welshman,
    Taffy was a thief;
    Taffy came to my house
    And stole a piece of beef.

    I went to Taffy''s house,
    Taffy was not home;
    Taffy came to my house
    And stole a mutton bone.

    I went to Taffy''s house,
    Taffy was not in;
    Taffy came to my house
    And stole a silver pin.

    I went to Taffy''s house,
    Taffy was in bed;
    I took up a poker
    And threw it at his head.

  8. The Little Girl with a Curl

    There was a little girl who had a little curl,

    Right in the middle of her forehead;

    When she was good, she was very, very good,

    And when she was bad, she was horrid.

  9. To and Fro

    Tippy, tippy, tiptoe
    Let us go,
    Tippy, tippy, tiptoe
    To & fro !
    Tippy, tippy, tiptoe
    Through the house,
    Tippy, tippy tiptoe
    Soft as a mouse !

  10. Two Little Ducks

    Two little ducks
    Went out one day,
    Over the hills,
    And far away.
    Mother duck said,
    'Quack, quack, quack.'
    But only one little duck
    Came back, back, back.

  11. Two Little Dickey Birds

    Two Little Dickey Birds sitting on a wall,
    One names Peter, the other named Paul,
    Fly away Peter, fly away Paul,
    Come back Peter, Come back Paul.

  12. The Owl

    There was an old owl who lived in an oak.
    The more he saw (point to eyes),
    The less he spoke (cover mouth),
    The less he spoke, the more he heard (cup hand around ear).
    Why can't we be like that old wise bird?

  13. The Cocks on the woodpile

    The Cocks on the woodpile a-blowing his horn
    The Bulls in the barn a-threshing of corn
    The Maids in the meadow are making of hay
    The Ducks in the river are swimming away.

  14. The Ants go marching

    The ants go marching one by one.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching one by one.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching one by one;
    The little one stops to suck his thumb,
    And they all go marching
    down
    into the ground
    to get out
    of the rain.
    Boom, boom, boom!

    The ants go marching two by two.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching two by two.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching two by two;
    The little one stops to tie his shoe,
    And they all go marching
    down
    into the ground
    to get out
    of the rain.
    Boom, boom, boom!

    The ants go marching three by three.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching three by three.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching three by three;
    The little one stops to ride a bee,
    And they all go marching
    down
    into the ground
    to get out
    of the rain.
    Boom, boom, boom!

    The ants go marching four by four.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching four by four.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching four by four;
    The little one stops to ask for more,
    And they all go marching
    down
    into the ground
    to get out
    of the rain.
    Boom, boom, boom!

    The ants go marching five by five.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching five by five.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching five by five;
    The little one stops to jump and dive,
    And they all go marching
    down
    into the ground
    to get out
    of the rain.
    Boom, boom, boom!

    The ants go marching six by six.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching six by six.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching six by six;
    The little one stops to pick up sticks,
    And they all go marching
    down
    into the ground
    to get out
    of the rain.
    Boom, boom, boom!

    The ants go marching seven by seven.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching seven by seven.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching seven by seven;
    The little one stops to write with a pen,
    And they all go marching
    down
    into the ground
    to get out
    of the rain.
    Boom, boom, boom!

    The ants go marching eight by eight.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching eight by eight.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching eight by eight;
    The little one stops to rollerskate,
    And they all go marching
    down
    into the ground
    to get out
    of the rain.
    Boom, boom, boom!

    The ants go marching nine by nine.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching nine by nine.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching nine by nine;
    The little one stops to drink and dine,
    And they all go marching
    down
    into the ground
    to get out
    of the rain.
    Boom, boom, boom!

    The ants go marching ten by ten.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching ten by ten.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching ten by ten;
    The little one stops to shout
    'THE END!!'

  15. Three grey geese

    Three grey geese

    In a green field grazing,
    Grey were the geese
    And green was the grazing.

  16. This little froggy

    This little froggy took a big leap,
    This little froggy took a small,
    This little froggy leaped sideways,
    And this little froggy not at all,
    And this little froggy went,

    hippity, hippity, hippity hop, all the way home.

  17. 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.

  18. Three blind mice

    Three blind mice,
    See how they run!
    They all ran after a farmer''s wife,
    Who cut off their tails with a carving knife.
    Did you ever see such a sight in your life,
    As three blind mice?

  19. Three young rats

    Three young rats with black felt hats,
    Three young ducks with white straw flats,
    Three young dogs with curling tails,
    Three young cats with demi-veils,
    Went out to walk with two young pigs
    In satin vests and sorrel wigs,
    But suddenly it chanced to rain
    And so they all went home again.

  20. To market, to market

    To market, to market, to buy a fat pig,
    Home again, home again, jiggety jig.

    To market, to market, to buy a fat hog,
    Home again, home again, jiggety jog.

    To market, to market, to buy a plum bun,
    Home again, home again, market is done.

  1. Upstairs, downstairs

    Upstairs, downstairs, upon my lady''s window,
    There I saw a cup of sack and a race of ginger,
    Apples at the fire and nuts to crack,
    And a little boy in the cream pot up to his neck.

  1. Vintery, mintery, cutery, corn

    Vintery, mintery, cutery, corn,
    Apple seed and apple thorn;
    Wire, briar, limber lock,
    Three geese in a flock.
    One flew east,
    And one flew west,
    And one flew over the cuckoo''s nest.

  1. Wash the dishes

    Wash the dishes,
    Wipe the dishes,

    Ring the bell for tea;
    Three good wishes,
    Three good kisses,
    I will give to thee.

  2. What are little boys made of, made of?

    What are little boys made of, made of?
    What are little boys made of?
    'Snips and snails, and puppy dogs tails;
    And that''s what little boys are made of, made of.'

  3. What are little girls made of, made of, made of?

    What are little girls made of, made of, made of?
    What are little girls made of?
    'Sugar and spice and all that''s nice;
    And that''s what little girls are made of, made of.'

  4. Wee Willie Winkie

    Wee Willie Winkie

    Runs through the town,
    Upstairs and downstairs
    In his nightgown.
    Rapping at the windows,
    Crying through the lock,
    'Are the children all in bed?
    For it''s now eight o''clock.

  5. What did I dream?

    What did I dream?

    I do not know;
    The fragments fly like chaff.
    Yet strange my mind
    Was tickled so,
    I cannot help but laugh.

  6. When little Fred went to bed

    When little Fred went to bed,
    He always said his prayers;
    He kissed mama, and then papa,
    And straightway went upstairs.

  7. Whether the weather

    Whether the weather be fine,
    Or whether the weather be not,
    Whether the weather be cold,
    Or whether the weather be hot,
    We''ll weather the weather
    Whatever the weather,
    Whether we like it or not!

  8. Weather

    Whether the weather be fine,
    Or whether the weather be not,
    Whether the weather be cold,
    Or whether the weather be hot,
    We''ll weather the weather,
    Whatever the weather,
    Whether we like it or not.

  9. Winter

    Cold and raw the north wind doth blow,
    Bleak in the morning early;
    All the hills are covered with snow,
    And winter''s now come fairly.

  10. When Jenny Wren Was Young

    ''Twas once upon a time, when Jenny Wren was young,
    So daintily she danced and so prettily she sung,
    Robin Redbreast lost his heart, for he was a gallant bird.
    So he doffed his hat to Jenny Wren, requesting to be heard.
    'Oh, dearest Jenny Wren, if you will but be mine,
    You shall feed on cherry pie and drink new currant wine,
    I''ll dress you like a goldfinch or any peacock gay,
    So, dearest Jen, if you''ll be mine, let us appoint the day.'
    Jenny blushed behind her fan and thus declared her mind:
    'Since, dearest Bob, I love you well, I''ll take your offer kind.
    Cherry pie is very nice and so is currant wine,
    But I must wear my plain brown gown and never go too fine.'

  11. Why May Not I Love Johnny?

    Johnny shall have a new bonnet,
    And Johnny shall go to the fair,
    And Johnny shall have a blue ribbon
    To tie up his bonny brown hair''
    And why may not I love Johnny?
    And why may not Johnny love me?
    And why may not I love Johnny
    As well as another body?
    And here''s a leg for a stocking,
    And here''s a foot for a shoe,
    And he has a kiss for his daddy,
    And two for his mammy, I trow.
    And why may not I love Johnny?
    And why may not Johnny love me?
    And why may not I love Johnny
    As well as another body?

  12. Willy, Willy

    Willy, Willy Wilkin
    Kissed the maids a-milking,
    Fa, la, la!
    And with his merry daffing
    He set them all a-laughing,
    Ha, ha, ha!

  13. What Are Little Boys Made Of?

    What are little boys made of, made of?
    What are little boys made of?
    'Snaps and snails, and puppy-dogs'' tails;
    And that''s what little boys are made of.'
    What are little girls made of, made of ?
    What are little girls made of?
    'Sugar and spice, and all that''s nice;
    And that''s what little girls are made of.'

  14. Where Are You Going My Pretty Maid

    'Where are you going, my pretty maid?'
    'I''m going a-milking, sir,' she said.
    'May I go with you, my pretty maid?'
    'You''re kindly welcome, sir,' she said.
    'What is your father, my pretty maid?'
    'My father''s a farmer, sir,' she said.
    'What is your fortune, my pretty maid?'
    'My face is my fortune, sir,' she said.
    'Then I can''t marry you, my pretty maid.'
    'Nobody asked you, sir,' she said.

  1. X, Y, and tumbledown Z

    X, Y, and tumbledown Z,
    The cat''s in the cupboard
    And can''t see me.

  1. Yankee Doodle

    Yankee Doodle went to town
    Riding on a pony,
    He stuck a feather in his cap
    And called it Macroni.

  1. ABC

    Great A, little a,
    Bouncing B!
    The cat''s in the cupboard,
    And can''t see me.

  1. An apple a day

    An apple a day
    Sends the doctor away

    Apple in the morning
    Doctor''s warning

    Roast apple at night
    Starves the doctor outright

    Eat an apple going to bed
    Knock the doctor on the head

    Three each day, seven days a week Ruddy apple, ruddy cheek

  2. An Equal

    Read my riddle, I pray.
    What God never sees,
    What the king seldom sees,
    What we see every day.

  3. An Icicle

    Lives in winter,
    Dies in summer,
    And grows with its roots upward!

  1. Are you Sleeping ?

    Are you Sleeping, are you sleeping,
    Brother John, Brother John ?
    Morning bells are ringing,
    Morning bells are ringing,
    Ding-Dong Bell, Ding-Dong Bell.

  2. Around the green gravel

    Around the green gravel the grass grows green,
    And all the pretty maids are plain to be seen;
    Wash them with milk, and clothe them with silk,
    And write their names with a pen and ink.

  1. As I went to Bonner

    As I went to Bonner,
    I met a pig
    Without a wig,
    Upon my word and honor.

  2. As I was going along

    As I was going along, along,
    A-singing a comical song, song, song,
    The lane that I went was so long, long, long,
    And the song that I sang was so long, long, long,
    And so I went singing along.

  3. As Well

    As round as an apple, as deep as a cup,
    And all the king''s horses can''t fill it up.

  1. At the Zoo

    Rabbits, rabbits, one, two, three;
    Will you come and play with me?
    Camels, camels 4, 5, 6
    Why have you a hump like this ?
    Moneys, moneys 7, 8, 9
    Will you teach me how to climb ?
    When I have counted up to 10,
    The elephants says, 'Let's start again'.

  1. Bat, bat

    Bat, bat, come under my hat,
    And I''ll give you a slice of bacon;
    And when I bake,
    I''ll give you a cake,
    If I am not mistaken

  2. Baa, Baa, Black Sheep

    Baa, baa black sheep
    Have you any wool
    Yes sir, yes sir
    Three bags full.

    One for my master
    And one for my dame
    And one for the little boy
    Who lives down the lane.

  3. Barber, barber

    Barber, barber, shave a pig!
    How many hairs to make a wig?
    Four and twenty, that''s enough!
    Give the barber a pinch of snuff.

  4. Baby Dolly

    Hush, baby, my dolly, I pray you don''t cry,
    And I''ll give you some bread, and some milk by-and-by;
    Or perhaps you like custard, or, maybe, a tart,
    Then to either you''re welcome, with all my heart.

  5. Banbury Cross

    Ride a cock-horse to Banbury Cross,
    To see an old lady upon a white horse.
    Rings on her fingers, and bells on her toes,
    She shall have music wherever she goes.

  6. Bandy Legs

    As I was going to sell my eggs
    I met a man with bandy legs,
    Bandy legs and crooked toes;
    I tripped up his heels, and he fell on his nose.

  1. Be Careful Little Eyes

    Be careful little eyes what you see,
    Be careful little eyes what you see,
    There is a father up above,
    Who is looking down in love,
    So be careful little eyes what you see.

    Be careful little ears what you hear,
    Be careful little ears what you hear,
    There is a father up above,
    Who is looking down in love,
    So be careful little ears what you hear.

    Be careful little feet where you go,
    Be careful little feet where you go.
    There is a father up above,
    Who is looking down in love,
    So be careful little feet where you go.

    Be careful little hands what you do,
    Be careful little hands what you do.
    There is a father up above,
    Who is looking down in love,
    So be careful little hands what you do.

    Be careful little lips what you say,
    Be careful little lips what you say.
    There is a father up above,
    Who is looking down in love,
    So be careful little lips what you say.

  2. Bears are Sleeping

    Bears are sleeping, Bears are sleeping,
    In their dens, in their dens,
    Soon it will be spring, soon it will be spring,
    Wake up bears! Wae up bears !

  3. Bees

    A swarm of bees in May,
    Is worth a load of hay.

    A swarm of bees in June,
    Is worth a silver spoon.

    A swarm of bees in July,
    Isn''t worth a fly.

  4. Betty Botter

    Betty Botter bought some butter,
    But, she said, the butter''s bitter.
    If I put it in my batter,
    It will make my batter bitter.
    But a bit of better butter
    Is sure to make my batter better.
    So she bought a bit of butter
    Better than her bitter butter,
    And she put it in her batter
    And the batter was not bitter.
    So ''twas better Betty Botter
    Bought a bit of better butter.

  5. Belleisle

    At the siege of Belleisle
    I was there all the while,
    All the while, all the while,
    At the siege of Belleisle.

  6. Bessy Bell and Mary Gray

    Bessy Bell and Mary Gray,
    They were two bonny lasses;
    They built their house upon the lea,
    And covered it with rushes.
    Bessy kept the garden gate,
    And Mary kept the pantry;
    Bessy always had to wait,
    While Mary lived in plenty.

  7. Betty Blue

    Little Betty Blue
    Lost her holiday shoe;
    What shall little Betty do?
    Give her another
    To match the other
    And then she''ll walk upon two.

  8. Bedtime

    The Man in the Moon looked out of the moon,
    Looked out of the moon and said,
    '''Tis time for all children on the earth
    To think about getting to bed!'

  9. Bell Horses

    Bell horses, bell horses, what time of day?
    One o''clock, two o''clock, three and away.

  1. Bingo

    There was a farmer had a dog,
    And Bingo was his name-o.
    B-I-N-G-O!
    B-I-N-G-O!
    B-I-N-G-O!
    And Bingo was his name-o!

    There was a farmer had a dog,
    And Bingo was his name-o.
    (Clap) I-N-G-O!
    (Clap) I-N-G-O!
    (Clap) I-N-G-O!
    And Bingo was his name-o!

    There was a farmer had a dog,
    And Bingo was his name-o.
    (Clap) (Clap) N-G-O!
    (Clap) (Clap) N-G-O!
    (Clap) (Clap) N-G-O!
    And Bingo was his name-o!

    There was a farmer had a dog,
    And Bingo was his name-o.
    (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) G-O!
    (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) G-O!
    (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) G-O!
    And Bingo was his name-o!

    There was a farmer had a dog,
    And Bingo was his name-o.
    (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) O!
    (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) O!
    (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) O!
    And Bingo was his name-o!

    There was a farmer had a dog,
    And Bingo was his name-o.
    (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) (Clap)!
    (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) (Clap)!
    (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) (Clap) (Clap)!
    And Bingo was his name-o!

  2. Billy, Billy

    'Billy, Billy, come and play,
    While the sun shines bright as day.'
    'Yes, my Polly, so I will,
    For I love to please you still.'
    'Billy, Billy, have you seen
    Sam and Betsy on the green?'
    'Yes, my Poll, I saw them pass,
    Skipping o''er the new-mown grass.'
    'Billy, Billy, come along,
    And I will sing a pretty song.'

  3. Birds of a feather

    Birds of a feather flock together,
    And so will pigs and swine;
    Rats and mice will have their choice,
    And so will I have mine.

  1. Blue Bell Boy

    I had a little boy,
    And called him Blue Bell;
    Gave him a little work,
    He did it very well.
    I bade him go upstairs
    To bring me a gold pin;
    In coal scuttle fell he,
    Up to his little chin.
    He went to the garden
    To pick a little sage;
    He tumbled on his nose,
    And fell into a rage.
    He went to the cellar
    To draw a little beer;
    And quickly did return
    To say there was none there.

  1. Bow-wow, Meow-meow

    The dog says bow-wow,
    The cat says meow.
    The sheep says baa-baa,
    The little pig says wee-wee.
    The hen says cluck-cluck
    And the cock says Cock-A-Doodle-Doo !

  2. Boys and girls, come out to play

    Boys and girls, come out to play.
    The moon doth shine as bright as day!
    Leaves your supper and leave your sleep,
    And come with your playfellows into the street.
    Come with a whistle,

    Come with a call,
    Come with a good will, or not at all.

    Variant form:

    Boys and girls, come out to play.
    The moon doth shine as bright as day!
    Leaves 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 half-penny loaf will serve us all;
    You find the milk, and I''ll find the flour,
    And we''ll have a pudding in half an hour.

  3. Boy And The Sparrow

    A little cock-sparrow sat on a green tree,
    And he chirruped, he chirruped, so merry was he;
    A naughty boy came with his wee bow and arrow,
    Determined to shoot this little cock-sparrow.
    'This little cock-sparrow shall make me a stew,
    And his giblets shall make me a little pie, too.'
    'Oh, no,' says the sparrow 'I won''t make a stew.'
    So he flapped his wings and away he flew.

  4. Boy and girl

    There was a little boy and a little girl
    Lived in an alley;
    Says the little boy to the little girl,
    'Shall I, oh, shall I?'
    Says the little girl to the little boy,
    'What shall we do?'
    Says the little boy to the little girl,
    'I will kiss you.'

  5. Bobby Shaftoe

    Bobby Shaftoe''s gone to sea,
    With silver buckles on his knee:
    He''ll come back and marry me,
    Pretty Bobby Shaftoe!
    Bobby Shaftoe''s fat and fair,
    Combing down his yellow hair;
    He''s my love for evermore,
    Pretty Bobby Shaftoe.

  1. Butterfly, Butterfly

    Butterfly, Butterfly,
    Where do you fly ?
    So quick and so high,
    In the blue, blue sky !

  2. Burnie Bee

    Burnie Bee, Burnie Bee
    tell me when your wedding be.
    If it be to-morrow day,
    take your wings and fly away.

  3. Buttons

    Buttons, a farthing a pair!
    Come, who will buy them of me?
    They''re round and sound and pretty,
    And fit for girls of the city.
    Come, who will buy them of me?
    Buttons, a farthing a pair!

  1. Bye, baby bunting

    Bye, baby bunting,
    Father''s gone a-hunting,
    Mother''s gone a-milking,
    Sister''s gone a-silking,
    And brother''s gone to buy a skin
    To wrap the baby bunting in.

  1. Candle-saving

    To make your candles last for aye,
    You wives and maids give ear-O!
    To put them out''s the only way,
    Says honest John Boldero.

  2. Caesar''s Song

    Bow-wow-wow!
    Whose dog art thou?
    Little Tom Tinker''s dog,
    Bow-wow-wow!

  1. Christmas is coming

    Christmas is coming, the geese are getting fat
    Please to put a penny in the old man''s hat;
    If you haven''t got a penny, a ha''penny will do,
    if you haven''t got a ha''penny,God bless you.

  2. Chubby Cheeks

    Chubby Cheeks, dimple chin

    Rosy lips, teeth within

    Curly hair very fair

    Eyes are blue, lovely too

    Teacher's pet, 'is that you'

    Yes, yes, yes.

  3. Christmas

    Christmas comes but once a year,
    And when it comes it brings good cheer.

  1. Clap Your hands

    Clap your hands, clap your hands,
    Listen to the music and clap Your hands

    Turn around, turn around,
    Listen to the music and turn around.

    Jump up high, jump up high,
    Listen to the music and jump up high.

    Wave your hand, wave your hand,
    Listen to the music and wave your hand.

  2. Clap Handies

    Clap, clap handies,
    Mammie''s wee, wee ain;
    Clap, clap handies,
    Daddie''s comin'' hame,
    Hame till his bonny wee bit laddie;
    Clap, clap handies,
    My wee, wee ain.

  1. Cobbler, cobbler, mend my shoe

    Cobbler, cobbler, mend my shoe.
    Get it done by half past two.

    Half past two is much too late!
    Get it done by half past eight.

    Stitch it up, and stitch it down,
    And I''ll give you a half a crown.

  2. Comical Folk

    In a cottage in Fife
    Lived a man and his wife
    Who, believe me, were comical folk;
    For, to people''s surprise,
    They both saw with their eyes,
    And their tongues moved whenever they spoke!
    When they were asleep.

  3. Cock-crow

    Cocks crow in the morn
    To tell us to rise,
    And he who lies late
    Will never be wise;
    For early to bed
    And early to rise,
    Is the way to be healthy
    And wealthy and wise.

  4. Cock-a-doodle-do!

    Cock-a-doodle-do!
    My dame has lost her shoe,
    My master''s lost his fiddle-stick
    And knows not what to do.
    Cock-a-doodle-do!
    What is my dame to do?
    Till master finds his fiddle-stick,
    She''ll dance without her shoe.

  5. Coffee And Tea

    Molly, my sister and I fell out,
    And what do you think it was all about?
    She loved coffee and I loved tea,
    And that was the reason we couldn''t agree.

  6. Cock-a-doodle-do

    Oh, my pretty cock, oh, my handsome cock,
    I pray you, do not crow before day,
    And your comb shall be made of the very beaten gold,
    And your wings of the silver so, gray.

  7. Come, Let''s To Bed

    'To bed! To bed!'
    Says Sleepy-head;
    'Tarry awhile,' says Slow;
    'Put on the pan,'
    Says Greedy Nan;
    'We''ll sup before we go.'

  1. Cry, Baby

    Cry, baby, cry,
    Put your finger in your eye,
    And tell your mother it wasn''t I.

  1. Curly Locks, Curly Locks

    Curly Locks, Curly Locks,
    Will you be mine?
    You shall not wash dishes,
    Nor feed the swine,
    But sit on a cushion
    And sew a fine seam,
    And sup upon strawberries,
    Sugar, and cream.

  2. Cushy Cow

    Cushy cow, bonny, let down thy milk,
    And I will give thee a gown of silk;
    A gown of silk and a silver tee,
    If thou wilt let down thy milk to me.

  3. Curly-locks

    Curly-locks, Curly-locks, wilt thou be mine?
    Thou shalt not wash the dishes, nor yet feed the swine;
    But sit on a cushion, and sew a fine seam,
    And feed upon strawberries, sugar, and cream.

  1. Dame Trot And Her Cat

    Dame Trot and her cat
    Led a peaceable life,
    When they were not troubled
    With other folks'' strife.
    When Dame had her dinner
    Pussy would wait,
    And was sure to receive
    A nice piece from her plate.

  2. Daffodils

    Daffy-down-dilly has come to town
    In a yellow petticoat and a green gown.

  3. Dance To Your Daddie

    Dance to your daddie,
    My bonnie laddie;
    Dance to your daddie, my bonnie lamb;
    You shall get a fishy,
    On a little dishy;
    You shall get a fishy, when the boat comes home.

  4. Dapple-gray

    I had a little pony,
    His name was Dapple-Gray,
    I lent him to a lady,
    To ride a mile away.
    She whipped him, she slashed him,
    She rode him through the mire;
    I would not lend my pony now
    For all the lady''s hire.

  5. Dance, Thumbkin Dance

    Dance, Thumbkin, dance;
    [keep the thumb in motion]
    Dance, ye merrymen, everyone.
    [all the fingers in motion]
    For Thumbkin, he can dance alone,
    [the thumb alone moving]
    Thumbkin, he can dance alone.
    [the thumb alone moving]
    Dance, Foreman, dance,
    [the first finger moving]
    Dance, ye merrymen, everyone.
    [all moving]
    But Foreman, he can dance alone,
    [the first finger moving]
    Foreman, he can dance alone.
    [the first finger moving]
    Dance, Longman, dance,
    [the second finger moving]
    Dance, ye merrymen, everyone.
    [all moving]
    For Longman, he can dance alone,
    [the second finger moving]
    Longman, he can dance alone.
    [the second finger moving]
    Dance, Ringman, dance,
    [the third finger moving]
    Dance, ye merrymen, dance.
    [all moving]
    But Ringman cannot dance alone,
    [the third finger moving]
    Ringman, he cannot dance alone.
    [the third finger moving]
    Dance, Littleman, dance,
    [the fourth finger moving]
    Dance, ye merrymen, dance.
    [all moving
    But Littleman, he can dance alone,
    [the fourth finger moving]
    Littleman he can dance alone.
    [the fourth finger moving]

  6. Dance, Little Baby

    Dance, little Baby, dance up high!
    Never mind, Baby, Mother is by.
    Crow and caper, caper and crow,
    There, little Baby, there you go!
    Up to the ceiling, down to the ground,
    Backwards and forwards, round and round;
    Dance, little Baby and Mother will sing,
    With the merry coral, ding, ding, ding!

  1. Dickery, dickery, dare

    Dickery, dickery, dare,
    The pig flew up in the air.
    The man in brown
    Soon brought him down!
    Dickery, dickery, dare.

  2. Ding, dong, bell

    Ding, dong, bell,
    Pussy''s in the well.

    Who put her in?
    Little Johnny Green.

    Who pulled her out?
    Little Tommy Stout.

    What a naughty boy was that,
    To try to drown poor pussy cat,

    Who never did him any harm,
    And killed the mice in his father''s barn.

  3. Diddle, diddle, dumpling

    Diddle, diddle, dumpling,

    my son, John,
    Went to bed
    with his trousers on,
    One shoe off
    and one shoe on!
    Diddle, diddle, dumpling,
    my son, John!

  4. Diddle Diddle Dumpling

    Diddle diddle dumpling, my son John
    Went to bed with his breeches on,
    One stocking off, and one stocking on;
    Diddle diddle dumpling, my son John.

  1. Doctor Foster

    Doctor Foster went to Glo''ster,
    In a shower of rain;
    He stepped in a puddle, up to his middle,
    And never went there again.

  2. Doctor Fell

    I do not like thee, Doctor Fell;
    The reason why I cannot tell;
    But this I know, and know full well,
    I do not like thee, Doctor Fell!

  1. Dreams

    Friday night''s dream, on Saturday told,
    Is sure to come true, be it never so old.

  1. Ducks And Drakes

    A duck and a drake,
    And a halfpenny cake,
    With a penny to pay the old baker.
    A hop and a scotch
    Is another notch,
    Slitherum, slatherum, take her.

  1. Eency weency spider

    Eency weency spider climbed up the water spout,
    down came the rain and washed the spider out,
    out came the sun and dried up all the rain,
    now eency-weency spider went up the spout again.

  1. Elephant

    Right foot, left foot, see me go.
    I am grey and big and slow.
    I come walking down the street
    With my trunk and four big feet.

  2. Elizabeth

    Elizabeth, Elspeth, Betsy, and Bess,
    They all went together to seek a bird''s nest;
    They found a bird''s nest with five eggs in,
    They all took one, and left four in.

  1. Engine Number 9

    Engine, Engine Number 9
    When it's ready it will shine.
    Engine, Engine Number 9
    Then we will ride on the Bombay line.

  1. 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.

    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.

    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.

    Two 2 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.

    One little duck, Went out one day,
    Over the hill and far away.
    Mother duck said, 'Quack, quack, quak, quack.'
    But none of the five little ducks came back.

  2. Fingers And Toes

    Every lady in this land
    Has twenty nails, upon each hand
    Five, and twenty on hands and feet:
    All this is true, without deceit.

  3. Five Toes

    This little pig went to market;
    This little pig stayed at home;
    This little pig had roast beef;
    This little pig had none;
    This little pig said, 'Wee, wee!
    I can''t find my way home.'

  1. Fly Birdie Fly

    Fly Birdie Fly, Fly Birdie Fly, Fly Birdie Fly,
    (flap arms on sides in flying motion)
    up up to the sky, Up up to the sky.
    (point up to the sky)
    Fly sparrow fly.....
    Fly parrot fly......
    Fly eagle fly......
    Fly robin fly.......
    (other bird's names can be substituted for Birdie)

  1. For he's a jolly good fellow

    For he's a jolly good fellow,
    For he's a jolly good fellow,
    For he's a jolly good fellow,
    Which nobody can deny!

  2. For Every Evil

    For every evil under the sun
    There is a remedy or there is none.
    If there be one, seek till you find it;
    If there be none, never mind it.

  3. Forehead, Eyes, Cheeks, Nose, Mouth, And Chin

    Here sits the Lord Mayor,
    Here sit his two men,
    Here sits the cock,
    Here sits the hen,
    Here sit the little chickens,
    Here they run in.
    Chin-chopper, chin-chopper, chin chopper, chin!

  4. For Baby

    You shall have an apple,
    YOU shall have a plum,
    You shall have a rattle,
    When papa comes home

  5. For Want Of A Nail

    For want of a nail, the shoe was lost;
    For want of the shoe, the horse was lost;
    For want of the horse, the rider was lost;
    For want of the rider, the battle was lost;
    For want of the battle, the kingdom was lost,
    And all for the want of a horseshoe nail.

  1. Georgy, Porgy

    Georgy, Porgy, pudding and pie,
    Kissed the girls and made them cry,
    When the boys came out to play,
    Georgy, Porgy ran away.

  2. Georgy Porgy

    Georgy Porgy, pudding and pie,
    Kissed the girls and made them cry.
    When the boys came out to play,
    Georgy Porgy ran away.

  1. God's Grace

    This is the day,
    This is the day,

    That the Lord has made,
    That the Lord has made.

    We will rejoice,
    We will rejoice,

    And be glad in it,
    And be glad in it.

    For this is the day
    That the Lord has made;

    We will rejoice
    And be glad in it.
    This is the day,
    This is the day,
    That the Lord has made.

  2. God Bless Mummy

    God Bless Mummy
    God bless Mummy, Daddy too,
    God bless me and God bless you.
    God bless everyone, God bless everyone.
    God bless children here today,
    God bless children far away.

  3. God's Love is so wonderful

    God's Love is so wonderful, (thrice)
    Oh! Wonderful love!
    So high you can't get over it, (Thrice)
    Oh! Wonderful love!
    So deep you can't get under it, (thrice)
    Oh! Wonderful love!
    So wide you can't get around it, (thrice)
    Oh! Wonderful love!

  4. God is here

    God is here, my brothers, God is here,
    God is here, my brothers, God is here,
    God is here, my brothers, God is here,
    Oh Lord, God is here.

    God is here, my sisters, God is here,
    God is here, my sisters, God is here,
    God is here, my sisters, God is here,
    Oh Lord, God is here.

    God is Love, my brothers, God is Love,
    God is Love, my brothers, God is Love,
    God is Love, my brothers, God is Love,
    Oh Lord, God is Love.

    God is Love, my sisters, God is Love,
    God is Love, my sisters, God is Love,
    God is Love, my sisters, God is Love,
    Oh Lord, God is Love.

  5. God Loves You and I Love You

    God loves you and I love you
    And that's the way it should be,
    God loves you and I love you
    And that's the way it should be,
    You may be very sad, I may be very sad
    But that's not the way it should be,
    For God loves you and I love you
    And that's the way it should be.

  6. God loves the little ones like me, me, me.

    God loves the little ones like me, me, me.
    God loves the little ones like me, me, me.
    Little ones like me sat upon his knee;
    God loves the little ones like me, me, me.
    God loves the little ones like you, you, you.
    God loves the little ones like you, you, you.
    Little ones like you, sat upon him too;
    God loves the little ones like you, you, you.

  7. 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!
    I took him by the left leg
    And threw him down the stairs.

  8. Go to bed, Tom

    Go to bed, Tom.
    Go to bed, Tom!
    Tired or not, Tom,
    Go to bed, Tom.

  9. Good night, sleep tight

    Good night, sleep tight,
    Wake up bright
    In the morning light
    To do what''s right
    With all your might.

  10. Going To St Ives

    As I was going to St. Ives
    I met a man with seven wives.
    Every wife had seven sacks,
    Every sack had seven cats,
    Every cat had seven kits.
    Kits, cats, sacks, and wives,
    How many were going to St. Ives?

  11. Good Advice

    Come when you''re called,
    Do what you''re bid,
    Shut the door after you,
    And never be chid.

  1. Gray goose and gander

    Gray goose and gander,
    Waft your wings together,
    And carry the good king''s daughter
    Over the one-strand river.

  1. Happy Birthday to you

    Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday to you,
    Happy Birthday dear (name),
    Happy Birthday to you.
    May the good Lord bless you, May the good Lord bless you,
    Happy Birthday dear (name),
    Happy Birthday to you

  2. Happiness

    Happiness, Happiness,
    The greatest gift that I possess.
    I than the Lord
    That I be blessed,
    With more than my share of happiness.

  3. Hark! Hark!

    Hark! Hark! The dogs do bark,
    The beggars are coming to town.
    Some in rags,
    And some in tags,
    And one in a velvet gown!

  4. Handy Pandy

    Handy Pandy, Jack-a-dandy,
    Loves plum cake and sugar candy.
    He bought some at a grocer''s shop,
    And out he came, hop, hop, hop!

  1. He's got the whole world in his hands

    He's got the whole world in his hands,
    He's got the whole world in his hands,
    He's got the whole world in his hands,
    He's got the whole world in his hands!

    He's got you & me brother in his hands,
    He's got you & me brother in his hands,
    He's got you & me brother in his hands,
    He's got the whole world in his hands!

    He's got you & me sister in his hands,
    He's got you & me sister in his hands,
    He's got you & me sister in his hands,
    He's got the whole world in his hands!

    He's got everybody here in his hands,
    He's got everybody here in his hands,
    He's got everybody here in his hands,
    He's got the whole world in his hands!


    ( Substitute 'Whole World' with a student's name, the teacher's name, the school's name, the city's name, the State's name, the Country's name and then conclude with the last stanza. )

    He's got the whole world in his hands,
    He's got the whole world in his hands,
    He's got the whole world in his hands,
    He's got the whole world in his hands!

  2. Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes

    Head and Shoulders, Knees and Toes,
    Knees and Toes, Knees and Toes.
    Head and Shoulders, Knees and Toes,
    Eyes, ears, mouth and nose.
    First our hands go clap, clap, clap.
    Then our feet go stamp, stamp, stamp.
    Head and Shoulders, Knees and Toes,
    Eyes, ears, mouth and nose.

  3. Hey, Diddle, Diddle !

    Hey, Diddle, Diddle !
    The cat and the fiddle,
    The cow jumped over the moon
    The little dog laughed
    To see such fun,
    And the dish ran away
    With the spoon.

  4. 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.

  5. Here we go ''round the mulberry bush

    Here we go ''round the mulberry bush,

    The mulberry bush,
    The mulberry bush.
    Here we go ''round the mulberry bush,
    So early in the morning.

    These are the chores we''ll do this week,

    Do this week,
    Do this week.
    These are the chores we''ll do this week,
    So early every morning.

    This is the way we wash our clothes,

    Wash our clothes,
    Wash our clothes.
    This is the way we wash our clothes,
    So early Monday morning.

    This is the way we iron our clothes,

    Iron our clothes,
    Iron our clothes.
    This is the way we iron our clothes,
    So early Tuesday morning.

    This is the way we scrub the floor,

    Scrub the floor,
    Scrub the floor.
    This is the way we scrub the floor,
    So early Wednesday morning.

    This is the way we mend our clothes,

    Mend our clothes,
    Mend our clothes.
    This is the way we mend our clothes,
    So early Thursday morning.

    This is the way we sweep the floor,

    Sweep the floor,
    Sweep the floor.
    This is the way we sweep the floor,
    So early Friday morning.

    This is the way we bake our bread,

    Bake our bread,
    Bake our bread.
    This is the way we bake our bread,
    So early Saturday morning.

    This is the way we get dressed up,

    Get dressed up,
    Get dressed up.
    This is the way we get dressed up,
    So early Sunday morning.

  6. Here Goes My Lord

    Here goes my lord
    A trot, a trot, a trot, a trot,
    Here goes my lady
    A canter, a canter, a canter, a canter!
    Here goes my young master
    Jockey-hitch, jockey-hitch, jockey-hitch, jockey-hitch!
    Here goes my young miss
    An amble, an amble, an amble, an amble!
    The footman lags behind to tipple ale and wine,
    And goes gallop, a gallop, a gallop, to make up his time.

  7. Heigh-ho, The Carrion Crow

    A carrion crow sat on an oak,
    Fol de riddle, lol de riddle, hi ding do,
    Watching a tailor shape his cloak;
    Sing heigh-ho, the carrion crow,
    Fol de riddle, lol de riddle, hi ding do!
    Wife, bring me my old bent bow,
    Fol de riddle, lol de riddle, hi ding do,
    That I may shoot yon carrion crow;
    Sing heigh-ho, the carrion crow,
    Fol de riddle, lol de riddle, hi ding do!
    The tailor he shot, and missed his mark,
    Fol de riddle, lol de riddle, hi ding do!
    And shot his own sow quite through the heart;
    Sing heigh-ho, the carrion crow,
    Fol de riddle, lol de riddle, hi ding do!
    Wife! bring brandy in a spoon,
    Fol de riddle, lol de riddle, hi ding do!
    For our old sow is in a swoon;
    Sing heigh-ho, the carrion crow,
    Fol de riddle, lol de riddle, hi ding do!

  8. Hector Protector

    Hector Protector was dressed all in green;
    Hector Protector was sent to the Queen.
    The Queen did not like him,
    No more did the King;
    So Hector Protector was sent back again.

  1. Hickory, Dickory Dock

    Hickory, Dickory Dock,
    The mouse ran up the clock.
    The clock struck one,
    The mouse ran down,
    Hickory, Dickory Dock.

  2. Higglety, pigglety

    Higglety, pigglety, my black hen,
    She lays eggs for gentlemen.
    Gentlemen come every day
    To see what my black hen doth lay.
    Sometimes nine, and sometimes ten.
    Higglety, pigglety, my black hen,

  1. Hot Cross Buns!

    Hot cross buns! Hot cross buns!
    One a penny, two a penny.
    Hot cross buns!
    Hot cross buns! Hot cross buns!
    If ye have no daughters,
    Give them to your sons.

  2. Hop a Little

    Hop a little, jump a little,
    One, two, three,
    Run a little, skip a little,
    Tap, tap one knee.
    Bend a little, stretch a little,
    Nod your head.
    Yawn a little, sleep a little,
    In your bed.

  3. How Much Wood Would a Woodchuck Chuck

    How much wood would a woodchuck chuck,
    if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
    As much wood As a woodchuck would,
    if a woodchuck could chuck wood.

  4. Hot Boiled Beans

    Ladies and gentlemen come to supper--
    Hot boiled beans and very good butter.

  5. Hot Codlins

    There was a little woman, as I''ve been told,
    Who was not very young, nor yet very old;
    Now this little woman her living got
    By selling codlins, hot, hot, hot!

  6. Hot-cross Buns

    Hot-cross Buns!
    Hot cross Buns!
    One a penny, two a penny,
    Hot-cross Buns!
    Hot-cross Buns!
    Hot-cross Buns!
    If ye have no daughters,
    Give them to your sons.

  1. 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.

  2. Hush-a-bye, baby

    Hush-a-bye, baby, on the tree top,
    When the wind blows the cradle will rock;
    When the bow breaks, the cradle will fall,
    And down will come baby, cradle and all.

  1. Ice-Cream Man

    Ting-a-ling, Ting-a-ling,
    Ting-a-ling, Ting-a-ling,
    We get up with a start,
    There comes the ice-cream man
    Pushing his cart.

  2. Ice cream

    I scream,
    You scream
    We all scream
    For ice cream!

  1. If You're happy and you know it

    If You're happy and you know it
    Clap your hands,
    If You're happy and you know it
    Clap your hands,
    If You're happy and you know it and
    You really want to show it
    If You're happy and you know it
    Clap your hands.
    .........Stamp your feet.
    .........snap your fingers.
    ..........shout hurray !

  2. If all the world were paper

    If all the world were paper,
    And all the sea were ink,
    If all the trees
    Were bread and cheese,
    What should we have to drink?

  3. If I had a donkey

    If I had a donkey

    That wouldn''t go
    Do you think I''d beat him?
    Oh, no, no!
    I''d put him in a barn
    And give him some corn,
    The best little donkey
    That ever was born.

  4. If Wishes Were Horses

    If wishes were horses, beggars would ride.
    If turnips were watches, I would wear one by my side.
    And if 'ifs' and 'ands'
    Were pots and pans,
    There''d be no work for tinkers!

  5. If All The Seas Were One Sea

    If all the seas were one sea,
    What a great sea that would be!
    And if all the trees were one tree,
    What a great tree that would be!
    And if all the axes were one axe,
    What a great axe that would be!
    And if all the men were one man,
    What a great man he would be!
    And if the great man took the great axe,
    And cut down the great tree,
    And let it fall into the great sea,
    What a splish splash that would be!

  6. If

    If all the world were apple pie,
    And all the sea were ink,
    And all the trees were bread and cheese,
    What should we have for drink?

  1. It's never any trouble

    It's never any trouble just to s-m-i-l-e,
    It's never any trouble just to s-m-i-l-e,
    And if there is any trouble,
    It will vanish like a bubble,
    If you take the trouble just to s-m-i-l-e.

  2. It''s raining, it''s pouring

    It''s raining, it''s pouring;
    The old man is snoring.
    Bumped his head
    And he went to bed
    And he couldn''t get up in the morning.

    Rain, rain, go away;
    Come again another day;
    Little Johnny wants to play.

  1. Jack and Jill

    Jack and Jill went up the hill,
    To fetch a pail of water,
    Jack fell down and broke his crown,
    And Jill came tumbling after.

    Up Jack got and home he ran,
    As fast as he could caper.
    There his mother bound his head,
    With vinegar and brown paper.

  2. Jack, be nimble

    Jack, be nimble,
    Jack, be quick,
    Jack, jump over
    The candlestick.

  3. Jack Sprat

    Jack Sprat could eat no fat,
    His wife could eat no lean,
    And so betwixt the two of them
    They licked the platter clean.

  4. Jack Jelf

    Little Jack Jelf
    Was put on the shelf
    Because he could not spell 'pie';
    When his aunt, Mrs. Grace,
    Saw his sorrowful face,
    She could not help saying, 'Oh, fie!'
    And since Master Jelf
    Was put on the shelf
    Because he could not spell 'pie,'
    Let him stand there so grim,
    And no more about him,
    For I wish him a very good-bye!

  5. Jack And His Fiddle

    'Jacky, come and give me thy fiddle,
    If ever thou mean to thrive.'
    'Nay, I''ll not give my fiddle
    To any man alive.
    ''If I should give my fiddle,
    They''ll think that I''ve gone mad;
    For many a joyous day
    My fiddle and I have had.'

  6. Jack Jingle

    Little Jack Jingle,
    He used to live single;
    But when he got tired of this kind of life,
    He left off being single and lived with his wife.
    Now what do you think of little Jack Jingle?
    Before he was married he used to live single.

  1. Jerry Hall

    Jerry Hall,
    He is so small,
    A rat could eat him,
    Hat and all.

  2. Jenny Wren

    As little Jenny Wren
    Was sitting by her shed.
    She waggled with her tail,
    And nodded with her head.
    She waggled with her tail,
    And nodded with her head,
    As little Jenny Wren
    Was sitting by the shed.

  1. John Smith

    Is John Smith within?
    Yes, that he is.
    Can he set a shoe?
    Ay, marry, two.
    Here a nail, there a nail,
    Tick, tack, too.

  1. Just Like Me

    'I went up one pair of stairs.'
    'Just like me.'
    'I went up two pairs of stairs.'
    'Just like me.'
    'I went into a room.'
    'Just like me.'
    'I looked out of a window.'
    'Just like me.'
    'And there I saw a monkey.'
    'Just like me.'

  1. King Boggen

    King Boggen, he built a fine new hall;
    Pastry and piecrust, that was the wall;
    The windows were made of black pudding and white,
    Roofed with pancakes -- you never saw the like.

  1. Kookaburra

    Kookaburra sits in the old gum tree.
    Merry, merry king of the bush is he.

    Laugh, Kookaburra,
    Laugh, Kookaburra,
    Gay your life must be.

    Kookaburra sits in the old gum tree,
    Eating all the gumdrops he can see.

    Stop, Kookaburra,
    Stop, Kookaburra,
    Leave some there for me.

    Kookaburra sits in the old gum tree,
    Counting all the monkeys he can see.

    Wait, Kookaburra.
    Stop, Kookaburra.
    That''s not a monkey, that''s me!

  1. Ladybug! Ladybug!

    Ladybug! Ladybug!

    Fly away home.
    Your house is on fire
    And your children all gone.
    All except one,
    And that''s little Ann,
    For she has crept under
    The frying pan.

  2. Ladybird

    Ladybird, ladybird, fly away home!
    Your house is on fire, your children all gone,
    All but one, and her name is Ann,
    And she crept under the pudding pan.

  1. Leg Over Leg

    Leg over leg,
    As the dog went to Dover;
    When he came to a stile,
    Jump, he went over.

  2. Lengthening Days

    As the days grow longer
    The storms grow stronger.

  1. Little Jhony Dances

    Little Jhony Dances,
    On my thumb he dances. (twice)
    On my thumb, thumb, thumb,
    Jhony puppet dances. (twice)
    La-la-la-la-la-la.
    Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha.

  2. Little Jack Horner

    Little Jack Horner
    Sat in the corner,
    Eating a Christmas pie,
    He put in his thumb,
    And pulled out a plum,
    And said' what a good boy am I !

  3. Little Miss Muffet

    Little Miss Muffet
    Sat on a tuffet
    Eating her curds and whey;
    Along came a spider,
    Who sat down beside her
    And frightened Miss Muffet away.

  4. Little Polly Flinders

    Little Polly Flinders
    Sat among the cinders,
    Warming her pretty little toes.

    Her mother came and caught her,
    And whipped her little daughter
    For spoiling her nice new clothes.

  5. Little Sally Walker

    Little Sally Walker, sitting in a saucer,

    Ride, Sally, ride,

    Wipe your weeping eyes,

    Turn to the east , turn to the west ,

    Turn to the one that you love best.

    Aw, shake it to the east !

    Aw, shake it to the west !

    Aw, shake it to the east !

    Aw, shake it to the west !

    Turn to the one that you love best.

  6. Little Peter Rabbit

    Little Peter rabbit had a fly upon his nose,
    Little Peter rabbit had a fly upon his nose,
    Little Peter rabbit had a fly upon his nose,
    So he flicked it and it flew away.
    Peter, Peter, Peter rabbit,
    Peter, Peter, Peter rabbit,
    Peter, Peter, Peter rabbit,
    So he flicked it and it flew away.

    Uncle Tom's cycle has had a puncture in his tyre,
    Uncle Tom's cycle has had a puncture in his tyre,
    Uncle Tom's cycle has had a puncture in his tyre,
    So he patched it with a chewing gum.
    Chewing, chewing, chewing chewing gum,
    Chewing, chewing, chewing chewing gum,
    Chewing, chewing, chewing chewing gum,
    So he fixed it up with a chewing gum.

  7. Little Bo-Peep

    Little Bo-Peep
    Has lost her sheep,
    And does not know,
    Where to find them.
    Leave them alone,
    And they will come home,
    And bring their tails
    Behind them.

  8. Little Bo Peep

    Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep
    And can''t tell where to find them.
    Leave them alone,
    And they''ll come home,
    Wagging their tails behind them.

    Little Bo Peep fell fast asleep,
    And dreampt she heard them bleating;
    But when she awaoke, she found it a joke,
    For still they all were fleeting.

    Then up she took her little crook,
    Determined for to find them;
    She found them indeed, but it made her heart bleed,
    For they''d left all their tails behind them!

    It happened one day, as Bo Peep did stray
    Unto a meadow hard by --
    There she espied their tails, side by side,
    All hung on a tree to dry.

    She heaved a sigh and wiped her eye,
    And over the hillocks she raced;
    And tried what she could, as a shepherdess should,
    That each tail should be properly placed.

  9. Little Boy Blue

    Little Boy Blue, come blow your horn,
    The sheep''s in the meadow, the cow''s in the corn.
    Where is the boy who looks after the sheep?
    He''s under a haycock, fast asleep.
    Will you wake him? No, not I,
    For if I do, he''s sure to cry.

  10. Little Poll Parrot

    Little Poll Parrot
    Sat in his garret
    Eating toast and tea;
    A little brown mouse
    Jumped into the house,
    And stole it all away.

  11. Little Robin Readbreast

    Little Robin Readbreast
    Sat upon a rail.
    Niddle, naddle went his head;
    Wiggle, waggle went his tail.

  12. Little Bunny Foo Foo

    Little Bunny Foo Foo,
    Hopping through the forest.
    Scooping up the field mice,
    And bopping them on the head.

    And along came a good fairy and she said:
    'Little Bunny Foo Foo,
    I don''t want to see you,
    Scooping up the field mice,
    And bopping them on the head.
    I''ll give you three more chances.
    And if you''re not good,
    I''ll turn you into a goon!'

    So the next day...

    Little Bunny Foo Foo,
    Hopping through the forest.
    Scooping up the field mice,
    And bopping them on the head.


    Along came the good fairy and she said:
    'Little Bunny Foo Foo,
    I don''t want to see you.
    Scooping up the field mice,
    And bopping them on the head.
    I''ll give you two more chances.
    And if you''re not good,
    I''ll turn you into a goon!'

    So the next day...

    Little Bunny Foo Foo,
    Hopping through the forest.
    Scooping up the field mice,
    And bopping them on the head.

    And along came a good fairy and she said:
    'Little Bunny Foo Foo,
    I don''t want to see you.
    Scooping up the field mice,
    And bopping them on the head.
    I''ll give you one more chance.
    And if you''re not good,
    I''ll turn you into a goon!'

    So the next day...

    Little Bunny Foo Foo,
    Hopping through the forest.
    Scooping up the field mice,
    And bopping them on the head.
    I gave you three chances to be good,
    And you didn''t behave.
    And now, I''m going to turn you into a goon!'

    The moral of this story is:

    'Hare today, goon tomorrow'.

  13. Little Bobby Snooks

    Little Bobby Snooks was fond of his books,
    And loved by his usher and master;
    But naughty Jack Spry, he got a black eye,
    And carries his nose in a plaster.

  14. Little Jumping Joan

    Here am I, little jumping Joan,
    When nobody''s with me
    I''m always alone.

  15. Little Jenny Wren

    Little Jenny Wren fell sick,
    Upon a time;
    In came Robin Redbreast
    And brought her cake and wine.
    'Eat well of my cake, Jenny,
    Drink well of my wine.'
    'Thank you, Robin, kindly,
    You shall be mine.'
    Jenny she got well,
    And stood upon her feet,
    And told Robin plainly
    She loved him not a bit.
    Robin being angry,
    Hopped upon a twig,
    Saying, 'Out upon you!
    Fie upon you!
    Bold-faced jig!'

  16. Little Girl And Queen

    'Little girl, little girl, where have you been?'
    'Gathering roses to give to the Queen.'
    'Little girl, little girl, what gave she you ?'
    'She gave me a diamond as big as my shoe.'

  17. Little Maid

    'Little maid, pretty maid, whither goest thou?'
    'Down in the forest to milk my cow.'
    'Shall I go with thee?' 'No, not now;
    When I send for thee, then come thou.'

  18. Little Tom Tucker

    'Little Tom Tucker
    Sings for his supper.
    What shall he eat?
    White bread and butter.
    How will he cut it
    Without e''er a knife?
    How will he be married
    Without e''er a wife?

  19. Little King Boggen

    Little King Boggen, he built a fine hall,
    Pie-crust and pastry-crust, that was the wall;
    The windows were made of black puddings and white,
    And slated with pan-cakes,-- you ne''er saw the like!

  1. London Bridge

    London Bridge is falling down,
    Falling down, falling down,
    London Bridge is falling down,
    My fair lady.
    Built it with iron bars,
    Iron bars, iron bars.

  2. London Bridge is falling down

    London Bridge is falling down,

    Falling down,
    Falling down.
    London Bridge is falling down,
    My fair lady.

    Take a key and lock her up,

    Lock her up,
    Lock her up.
    Take a key and lock her up,
    My fair lady.

    How will we build it up,

    Build it up,
    Build it up?
    How will we build it up,
    My fair lady?

    Build it up with silver and gold,

    Silver and gold,
    Silver and gold.
    Build it up with silver and gold,
    My fair lady.

    Gold and silver I have none,

    I have none,
    I have none.
    Gold and silver I have none,
    My fair lady.

    Build it up with needles and pins,

    Needles and pins,
    Needles and pins.
    Build it up with needles and pins,
    My fair lady.

    Pins and needles bend and break,

    Bend and break,
    Bend and break.
    Pins and needles bend and break,
    My fair lady.

    Build it up with wood and clay,

    Wood and clay,
    Wood and clay.
    Build it up with wood and clay,
    My fair lady.

    Wood and clay will wash away,

    Wash away,
    Wash away.
    Wood and clay will wash away,
    My fair lady.

    Build it up with stone so strong,

    Stone so strong,
    Stone so strong.
    Build it up with stone so strong,
    My fair lady.

    Stone so strong will last so long,

    Last so long,
    Last so long.
    Stone so strong will last so long,
    My fair lady.

  3. Lock And Key

    'I am a gold lock.'
    'I am a gold key.'
    'I am a silver lock.'
    'I am a silver key.'
    'I am a brass lock.'
    'I am a brass key.
    'I am a lead lock.'
    'I am a lead key.
    'I am a don lock.'
    'I am a don key!

  1. Lucy Locket

    Lucy Locket lost her pocket,
    Kitty Fisher found it;
    Nothing in it, nothing in it,
    But the binding round it.

  1. Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary

    Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary.
    How does your garden grow ?
    Silver bells, and cockle shells,
    And pretty maids all in a row.

  2. Mary had a little lamb

    Mary had a little lamb,

    little lamb,
    little lamb.
    Mary had a little lamb,
    Its fleece was white as snow.

    Everywhere that Mary went,

    Mary went,
    Mary went.
    Everywhere that Mary went,
    The lamb was sure to go.

    It followed her to school one day,

    school one day,
    school one day.
    It followed her to school one day,
    Which was against the rules.

    It made the children laugh and play,

    laugh and play,
    laugh and play.
    It made the children laugh and play,
    To see a lamb at school.

  3. Mares eat oats

    Mares eat oats,
    And does eat oats,
    And little lambs eat ivy.
    A kid''ll eat ivy, too,
    Wouldn''t you?

  4. Mary''s Canary

    Mary had a pretty bird,
    Feathers bright and yellow,
    Slender legs -- upon my word,
    He was a pretty fellow.
    The sweetest note he always sung,
    Which much delighted Mary,
    She often, where the cage was hung,
    Sat hearing her canary.

  5. Master I Have

    Master I have, and I am his man,
    Gallop a dreary dun;
    Master I have, and I am his man,
    And I''ll get a wife as fast as I can;
    With a heighty gaily gamberally,
    Higgledy piggledy, niggledy, niggledy,
    Gallop a dreary dun.

  6. March Winds

    March winds and April showers
    Bring forth May flowers.

  1. Mix a Pancake

    Mix a pancake,
    Stir a pancake,
    Pop it in a pan;
    Fry a pancake,
    Toss a pancake,
    Catch it if you can.

  2. Miscellaneous Short Tongue Twisters:

    - Black bug''s blood.

    - Crisp crusts crackle and crunch.

    - Freshly-fried fat flying fish

    - Rubber baby-buggy bumpers.

    - Jolly juggling jesters jauntily juggled jingling jacks.

    - Kindly kittens knitting mittens keep kazooing in the king''s kitchen.

    - Leaping lizards like to lick lovely lemon lollipops for lunch.

    - Shy Shelly says she shall sew sheets shortly.

    - Six sick slick slim sycamore saplings.
    Six slippery snails, slid slowly seaward.
    Six thick thistle sticks. Six thick thistles stick.
    The sixth sick sheik''s sixth sheep''s sick.

    - A skunk sat on a stump and thunk the stump stunk,
    but the stump thunk the skunk stunk.

    - Soldier''s shoulders.

    -Swan swam over the sea,
    Swim, swan, swim!
    Swan swam back again
    Well swum, swan!

    - A Tudor who tooted a flute
    tried to tutor two tooters to toot.
    Said the two to their tutor,
    'Is it harder to toot
    or to tutor two tooters to toot?'

    - We surely shall see the sun shine shortly.

    - What type of noise annoys an oyster?
    A noisy noise annoys an oyster.

    - Which witch is which?

    - Which witch wished which wicked wish?

  1. Mockingbird

    Hush, little baby, don''t say a word,
    Mama''s going to buy you a mockingbird.
    If that mockingbird won''t sing,
    Papa''s going to buy you a diamond ring.
    If that diamond ring turns brass,
    Mama''s going to buy you a looking glass.
    If that looking glass gets broke,
    Papa''s going to buy you a billy-goat.
    And if that billy-goat runs away,
    Mama''s going to buy you another one today.
    And all of these things your parents will do,
    Because you''re the best little child in the world.

  2. Monday''s child

    Monday''s child is fair of face,
    Tuesday''s child is full of grace,
    Wednesday''s child is full of woe,
    Thursday''s child has far to go,
    Friday''s child is loving and giving,
    Saturday''s child works hard for his living,
    And the child that is born on the Sabbath day
    Is bonny and blithe, and good and gay.

  3. Money And The Mare

    'Lend me thy mare to ride a mile.'
    'She is lamed, leaping over a stile.'
    'Alack! and I must keep the fair!
    I''ll give thee money for thy mare.'
    'Oh, oh! say you so?
    Money will make the mare to go!'

  1. Mummy and Daddy

    Mummy and Daddy
    I love you
    Come to me when I call you,
    Give me a kiss when I as you,
    Mummy and Daddy
    I love you.

  2. Multiplication Is Vexation

    Multiplication is vexation,
    Division is as bad;
    Rule of Three doth puzzle me,
    And Practice drives me mad.

  1. My Bonnie

    My bonnie lies over the ocean.
    My bonnie lies over the sea.
    My bonnie lies over the ocean.
    O bring back my bonnie to me.

    Bring back, bring back,
    Bring back my bonnie to me, to me.
    Bring back, bring back,
    Bring back my bonnie to me.

  2. My Kitten

    Hey, my kitten, my kitten,
    And hey, my kitten, my deary!
    Such a sweet pet as this
    Was neither far nor neary.

  3. My Love

    Saw ye aught of my love a-coming from the market?
    A peck of meal upon her back,
    A babby in her basket;
    Saw ye aught of my love a-coming from the market?

  4. My Maid Mary

    My maid Mary she minds the dairy
    While I go a-hoeing and mowing each morn;
    Gaily run the reel and the little spinning wheel.
    While I am singing and mowing my corn.

  5. Myself

    As I walked by myself,
    And talked to myself,
    Myself said unto me:
    'Look to thyself,
    Take care of thyself,
    For nobody cares for thee.'
    I answered myself,
    And said to myself
    In the selfsame repartee:
    'Look to thyself,
    Or not look to thyself,
    The selfsame thing will be.'

  6. My Little Maid

    High diddle doubt, my candle''s out
    My little maid is not at home;
    Saddle my hog and bridle my dog,
    And fetch my little maid home.

  1. Nancy Dawson

    Nancy Dawson was so fine
    She wouldn''t get up to serve the swine;
    She lies in bed till eight or nine,
    So it''s Oh, poor Nancy Dawson.
    And do ye ken Nancy Dawson, honey?
    The wife who sells the barley, honey?
    She won''t get up to feed her swine,
    And do ye ken Nancy Dawson, honey?

  1. Needles And Pins

    Needles and pins, needles and pins,
    When a man marries his trouble begins.

  1. Oats, peas, beans and barley grow

    Oats, peas, beans and barley grow,
    Oats, peas, beans and barley grow,
    Can you or I or anyone know
    How oats, peas, beans and barley grow?

  1. 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 some bonny blue ribbons;
    He promised to buy me a bunch of blue ribbons,
    To bind up my bonny brown hair.

    And it''s, 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.

  2. Oh Where, Oh Where has My Little Dog Gone?

    Oh where, oh where,
    Has my little dog gone?
    Oh where, oh where can he be?
    With his ears cut short,
    And his tail cut long,
    Oh where, oh where can he be?

  3. Oh, Dear!

    Dear, dear! what can the matter be?
    Two old women got up in an appletree;
    One came down, and the other stayed till Saturday.

  1. Old MacDonald

    Old MacDonald had a farm
    E-I-E-O !
    And on the farm he had a dog
    E-I-E-O !
    With a bow-wow here, and a bow-wow there
    Here a bow, there a wow, everywhere a bow-wow.
    Old MacDonald had a farm
    E-I-E-O !

    Second verse) Cow - moo, moo;
    Third verse) Cat - meow, meow;
    Fourth verse) Sheep - Baa-Baa;
    Fifth verse) Duck - quack, quack.

  2. Old Mother Hubbard

    Old Mother Hubbard
    went to the cupboard
    to get her poor dog a bone,
    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
    the poor dog was dead.

    She went to the joiner''s
    to buy him a coffin
    but when she came back
    the poor dog was laughing.

    She took a clean dish
    to get him some tripe
    but when she came back
    he was smoking a pipe.

    She went to the fishmonger''s
    to buy him some fish
    but when she came back
    he was licking the dish.

    She went to the alehouse
    to get him some beer
    but when she came back
    the dog sat in a chair.

    she went to the tavern
    for white wine and red
    but when she came back
    the dog stood on his head.

    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 fruiter''s
    to buy him some fruit
    but when she came back
    he was playing the flute.

    She went to the tailor''s
    to buy him a coat
    but when she came back
    he was riding a goat.

    She went to the cobbler''s
    to buy him some shoes
    but when she came back
    he was reading the news.

  3. Old Mother Goose

    Old Mother Goose,
    When she wanted to wander,
    Would ride through the air
    On a very fine gander.

  4. Old Chairs To Mend

    If I''d as much money as I could spend,
    I never would cry old chairs to mend;.
    Old chairs to mend, old chairs to mend;
    I never would cry old chairs to mend.
    If I''d as much money as I could tell,
    I never would cry old clothes to sell;
    Old clothes to sell, old clothes to sell;
    I never would cry old clothes to sell.

  5. Old Woman, Old Woman

    There was an old woman tossed in a basket.
    Seventeen times as high as the moon;
    But where she was going no mortal could tell,
    For under her arm she carried a broom.
    'Old woman, old woman, old woman,' said I,
    'Whither, oh whither, oh whither so high?'
    'To sweep the cobwebs from the sky;
    And I''ll be with you by-and-by

  6. 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!
    And every fiddler, he had a fine fiddle,
    And a very fine fiddle had he.
    'Twee tweedle dee, tweedle dee, went the fiddlers.
    Oh, there''s none so rare
    As can compare
    With King Cole and his fiddlers three.

  7. Old Grimes

    Old Grimes is dead, that good old man,
    We ne''er shall see him more;
    He used to wear a long brown coat
    All buttoned down before.

  8. Old Woman Of Surrey

    There was an old woman in Surrey,
    Who was morn, noon, and night in a hurry;
    Called her husband a fool,
    Drove the children to school,
    The worrying old woman of Surrey.

  1. On top of spaghetti

    On top of spaghetti,
    All covered with cheese,
    I lost my poor meatball
    When somebody sneezed.

    It rolled off the table
    And onto the floor,
    And then my poor meatball
    Rolled right out the door.

  2. Once I saw a little bird

    Once I saw a little bird
    Come hop, hop, hop.
    And I cried, 'Little bird,
    Will you stop, stop, stop?'

    I was going to the window
    To say, 'How do you do?'
    When he shook his little tail
    And away he flew.

  3. One, Two, Three, Four

    One, two, three, four
    Tina at the cottage door.
    Five, six, seven, eight,
    Eating pies off a plate.

  4. 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;
    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;

  5. One, two, three, four, five

    One, two, three, four, five,
    Once I caught a fish alive.
    Six, seven, eight, nine, ten,
    Then I let it go again.

    Why did you let it go?
    Because it bit my finger so.
    Which finger did it bite?
    The little one upon the right.

  6. One I love

    One I love, two I love,
    Three I love, I say;
    Four I love with all my heart,
    Five I cast away.

  7. One for the mouse

    One for the mouse,
    One for the crow,
    One to rot,
    One to grow.

  8. One to make ready

    One to make ready,nd two to prepare;
    Good luck to the rider,
    And away goes the mare!

  9. One for Sorrow

    One for sorrow,
    Two for joy,
    Three for a girl,
    Four for a boy,
    Five for silver,
    Six for gold,
    Seven for a secret
    Never to be told.

  10. One misty, moisty morning

    One misty, moisty morning,
    When cloudy was the weather,
    I chanced to meet an old man
    Clothed all in leather.
    He began to compliment,
    And I began to grin,
    How do you do?
    And how do you do?
    And how do you do, again?

  11. One Misty Moisty Morning

    One misty moisty morning,
    When cloudy was the weather,
    I chanced to meet an old man,
    Clothed all in leather.
    He began to compliment
    And I began to grin.
    How do you do? And how do you do?
    And how do you do again?

  12. One, He Loves

    One, he loves; two, he loves:
    Three, he loves, they say;
    Four, he loves with all his heart;
    Five, he casts away.
    Six, he loves; seven, she loves;
    Eight, they both love.
    Nine, he comes; ten, he tarries;
    Eleven, he courts; twelve, he marries

  13. One To Ten

    1, 2, 3, 4, 5!
    I caught a hare alive;
    6, 7, 8, 9, 10!
    I let her go again.

  1. Open, shut them

    Open, shut them (Open both hands and then make a fist)
    Open, shut them
    Give a little clap. (Clap hands together)
    Open, shut them
    Open, shut them
    Fold them in your lap. (Fold hands in lap)

  1. Over the river

    Over the river and through the woods
    To Grandmother''s house we go.
    The horse knows the way

    To carry the sleigh
    Through the white and drifted snow, O!
    Over the river and through the woods
    Oh, how the wind does blow.
    It stings the nose
    And bites the toes
    As over the ground we go.
    Over the river and through the woods
    Trot fast my dapple gray.
    Spring over the ground

    Like a hunting hound
    On this Thanksgiving Day, Hey!
    Over the river and through the woods
    Now Grandmother''s face I spy.
    Hurrah for the fun,
    Is the pudding done?
    Hurrah for the pumpkin pie.

  2. Over The Water

    Over the water, and over the sea,
    And over the water to Charley,
    I''ll have none of your nasty beef,
    Nor I''ll have none of your barley;
    But I''ll have some of your very best flour
    To make a white cake for my Charley.

  1. Pat-a-cake, Pat-a-cake

    Pat-a-cake, pat-a-cake, baker man.
    Bake me a cake as fast just as you can.
    Roll it and pat it and mark it with B,
    And put it in the oven for baby and me!

  2. Pancake Day

    Great A, little a,
    This is pancake day;
    Toss the ball high,
    Throw the ball low,
    Those that come after
    May sing heigh-ho!

  3. Pairs Or Pears

    Twelve pairs hanging high,
    Twelve knights riding by,
    Each knight took a pear,
    And yet left a dozen there.

  1. Peter Pointer

    This is Tomy Thumb (hold up right thumb)
    This is Peter Pointer (hold up right index finger)
    This is Tony Tall (hold up right middle finger)
    This is Ruby Ring (hold up right third finger)
    This is Sammy Small (hold up right little finger)
    These are fingers all. (wiggle all fingers)
    When we want to be quiet,
    We put the right Peter Pointer on our lips.
    (Place right index finger on lips)

  2. Peter' Peter Pumpin-Eater

    Peter, Peter, pumpin-eater,
    Had a wife and couldn't eep her.
    He put her in a pumpin shell,
    And there he kept her very well.

  3. Peter, Peter, pumpkin eater

    Peter, Peter, pumpkin eater,
    Had a wife and couldn''t keep her.
    He put her in a pumpkin shell
    And there he kept her, very well.

  4. Peas Porridge hot

    Peas porridge hot,
    Peas porridge cold,
    Peas porridge in the pot,
    Nine days old.
    Some like it hot,
    Some like it cold,
    Peas porridge in the pot,
    Nine days old.

  5. Pease Porridge Hot

    Pease porridge hot!
    Pease porridge cold!
    Pease porridge in the pot
    Nine days old.

    Some like it hot,
    Some like it cold,
    Some like it in the pot
    Nine days old!

  6. 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,
    How many pickled peppers did Peter Piper pick?

  7. Pease Porridge

    Pease porridge hot,
    Pease porridge cold,
    Pease porridge in the pot,
    Nine days old.
    Some like it hot,
    Some like it cold,
    Some like it in the pot,
    Nine days old.

  1. Piping hot, smoking hot

    Piping hot, smoking hot.

    What I''ve got
    You have not. Hot gray peas, hot, hot, hot;
    Hot gray peas, hot!

  2. Piggy on the Railway

    Piggy on the Railway
    Picking up stones;
    Down came an engine,
    And broke Piggy's bones. 'Ah !' said Piggy,
    'That's not fair,'
    'Oh !' said the engine driver,
    'I don't care !'

  3. Pippen Hill

    As I was going up Pippen Hill
    Pippen Hill was dirty;
    There I met a pretty Miss,
    And she dropped me a curtsy.
    Little Miss, pretty Miss,
    Blessings light upon you;
    If I had half-a-crown a day,
    I''d spend it all upon you

  4. Pins

    See a pin and pick it up,
    All the day you''ll have good luck.
    See a pin and let it lay,
    Bad luck you''ll have all the day.

  1. Play Days

    How many days has my baby to play?
    Saturday, Sunday, Monday,
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,
    Saturday, Sunday, Monday.

  1. Poly , Put the Kettle On

    Poly, put the kettle on,
    Kettle on, kettle on
    Poly, put the kettle on,
    Let's all have tea.

  2. Poor Old Robinson Crusoe!

    Poor old Robinson Crusoe!
    Poor old Robinson Crusoe!
    They made him a coat
    Of an old Nanny goat.
    I wonder why they should do so!
    With a ring-a-ting-tang,
    And a ring-a-ting-tang,
    Poor old Robinson Crusoe!

  3. Polly And Sukey

    Polly, put the kettle on,
    Polly, put the kettle on,
    Polly, put the kettle on,
    And let''s drink tea.
    Sukey, take it off again,
    Sukey, take it off again,
    Sukey, take it off again,
    They''re all gone away.

  1. Pretty John Watts

    Pretty John Watts,
    We are troubled with rats,
    Will you drive them out of the house?
    We have mice, too, in plenty,
    That feast in the pantry,
    But let them stay
    And nibble away,
    What harm in a little brown mouse?

  1. Pussycat, pussycat

    Pussycat, pussycat, where have you been?
    I''ve been to London to visit the Queen.
    Pussycat, pussycat, what did you there?
    I frightened a little mouse under her chair.

  2. Pussy-cat And Queen

    'Pussy-cat, pussy-cat,
    Where have you been?'
    'I''ve been to London
    To look at the Queen.'
    'Pussy-cat, pussy-cat,
    What did you there?'
    I frightened a little mouse
    Under the chair.'

  3. Pussy-cat Mew

    Pussy-cat Mew jumped over a coal,
    And in her best petticoat burnt a great hole.
    Poor Pussy''s weeping, she''ll have no more milk
    Until her best petticoat''s mended with silk.

  4. Pussy-cat And The Dumplings

    Pussy-cat ate the dumplings, the dumplings,
    Pussy-cat ate the dumplings.
    Mamma stood by, and cried, 'Oh, fie!
    Why did you eat the dumplings?'

  5. Pussy-cat By The Fire

    Pussy-cat sits by the fire;
    How can she be fair?
    In walks the little dog;
    Says: 'Pussy, are you there?
    How do you do, Mistress Pussy?
    Mistress Pussy, how d''ye do?'
    'I thank you kindly, little dog,
    I fare as well as you!'

  1. Rain on the green grass

    Rain on the green grass;
    Rain on the tree;
    Rain on the housetop,
    But not on me!

  2. Rain

    Rain, rain, go to Spain,
    And never come back again.

  1. Ring a Ring O' Roses

    Ring a Ring O' Roses
    A pocket full of posies,
    Fall, you fall, we all fall down.
    Picking up the cherries,
    Picking up the cherries,
    We all jump up !

  2. Ride Away, Ride Away

    Ride away, ride away,
    Johnny shall ride,
    And he shall have pussy-cat
    Tied to one side;
    And he shall have little dog
    Tied to the other,
    And Johnny shall ride
    To see his grandmother.

  3. Ring A Ring O'' Roses

    Ring a ring o'' roses,
    A pocketful of posies.
    Tisha! Tisha!
    We all fall down.

  1. Row, Row, Row your boat

    Row, Row, Row your boat,
    Gently down the stream,
    Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily,
    Life is but a dream.

  2. Robin and Richard

    Robin and Richard were two pretty men,
    They lay in bed till the clock struck ten;
    Then up starts Robin and looks at the sky,
    'Oh, brother Richard, the sun''s very high!
    You go before, with the bottle and bag,
    And I will come after on little Jack Nag.'

  3. Robin Redbreast

    Little Robin Redbreast sat upon a tree,
    Up went Pussy-Cat, down went he,
    Down came Pussy-Cat, away Robin ran,
    Says little Robin Redbreast: 'Catch me if you can!
    Little Robin Redbreast jumped upon a spade,
    Pussy-Cat jumped after him, and then he was afraid.
    Little Robin chirped and sang, and what did Pussy say?
    Pussy-Cat said: 'Mew, mew, mew,' and Robin flew away.

  4. Robin-a-bobbin

    Robin-a-Bobbin
    Bent his bow,
    Shot at a pigeon,
    And killed a crow.

  5. Robin Hood And Little John

    Robin Hood, Robin Hood,
    Is in the mickle wood!
    Little John, Little John,
    He to the town is gone.
    Robin Hood, Robin Hood,
    Telling his beads,
    All in the greenwood
    Among the green weeds.
    Little John, Little John,
    If he comes no more,
    Robin Hood, Robin Hood,
    We shall fret full sore!

  6. Rock-a-bye, Baby

    Rock-a-bye, baby, thy cradle is green;
    Father''s a nobleman, mother''s a queen;
    And Betty''s a lady, and wears a gold ring;
    And Johnny''s a drummer, and drums for the king.

  1. Rub-a-dub-dub

    Rub-a-dub-dub
    Three men in a tub,
    And how do you think they got there?
    The butcher, the baker, the candlestick-maker --
    They all jumped out of a rotten potato!
    ''Twas enough to make a fish stare.

  1. Saturday, Sunday

    On Saturday night
    Shall be all my care
    To powder my locks
    And curl my hair.
    On Sunday morning
    My love will come in,
    When he will marry me
    With a gold ring.

  1. See-Saw

    See-Saw, hurry up & down,
    Which is the way to London town ?
    One foot up and the other foot down,
    That is the way to London town.

  2. See, see!

    See, see! What shall I see?
    A horse''s head where his tail should be.

  3. Seasons

    Spring is showery, flowery, bowery;
    Summer -- hoppy, croppy, poppy;
    Autumn -- wheezy, sneezy, freezy;
    Winter -- slippy, drippy, nippy.

  1. She''ll be comin'' round the mountain

    She''ll be comin'' round the mountain

    When she comes,
    (When she comes).
    She''ll be comin'' round the mountain
    When she comes,
    (When she comes).
    She''ll be comin'' round the mountain,
    She''ll be comin'' round the mountain,
    She''ll be comin'' round the mountain,
    When she comes,
    (When she comes).

    She''ll be drivin'' six white horses

    When she comes,
    (When she comes).
    She''ll be drivin'' six white horses
    When she comes,
    (When she comes).
    She''ll be drivin'' six white horses,
    She''ll be drivin'' six white horses,
    She''ll be drivin'' six white horses,
    When she comes,
    (When she comes).

    Oh, we''ll all go out to greet her

    When she comes,
    (When she comes).
    Oh, we''ll all go out to greet her
    When she comes,
    (When she comes).
    Oh, we''ll all go out to greet her,
    Oh, we''ll all go out to greet her,
    Oh, we''ll all go out to greet her,
    When she comes,
    (When she comes).

  2. Shall We Go A-shearing?

    'Old woman, old woman, shall we go a-shearing?'
    'Speak a little louder, sir, I am very thick of hearing.'
    'Old woman, old woman, shall I kiss you dearly?'
    'Thank you, kind sir, I hear you very clearly.'

  3. Shoeing

    Shoe the colt,
    Shoe the colt,
    Shoe the wild mare;
    Here a nail,
    There a nail,
    Yet she goes bare.

  1. Simple Simon

    Simple Simon met a pieman,

    Going to the fair.
    Said Simple Simon to the pieman,
    'Let me taste your ware.'

    Said the pieman unto Simon,

    'Show me first your penny.'
    Said Simple Simon to the pieman,
    'Indeed I have not any.'

    Simple Simon went a-fishing,

    For to catch a whale;
    But all the water he had got
    Was in his mother''s pail.

    Simple Simon went to look,

    If plums grew on a thistle;
    He pricked his fingers very much,
    Which made poor Simon whistle.

    He went for water in a sieve,

    But soon it all fell through;
    And now poor Simple Simon
    Bids you all adieu.

  2. Six little mice sat down to spin

    Six little mice sat down to spin;
    Pussy passed by and she peeped in;
    'What are you doing, my little men?'
    'Weaving coats for gentlemen.'
    'Shall I come in and cut off your threads?'
    'No, no, Mistress Pussy, you''d bite off our heads.'
    'Oh, no, I''ll not; I''ll help you to spin.'
    'That may be so, but you don''t come in!'

  3. Sing, sing, what shall I sing?

    Sing, sing, what shall I sing?
    The cat''s run away with the pudding string!
    Do, do, what shall I do?
    The cat''s run away with the pudding, too!

  4. 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,
    They all began to sing.
    Now, wasn''t that a dainty dish
    To set before the King?

    The King was in his countinghouse,
    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 there came a big black bird
    And snipped off her nose!

  5. Sippity sup, sippity sup

    Sippity sup, sippity sup,
    Bread and milk from a china cup.
    Bread and milk from a bright silver spoon
    Made of a piece of the bright silver moon.
    Sippity sup, sippity sup,
    Sippity, sippity sup.

  1. Sleep, baby, sleep

    Sleep, baby, sleep,
    Thy papa guards the sheep;
    Thy mama shakes the dreamland tree
    And from it fall sweet dreams for thee,
    Sleep, baby, sleep,
    Sleep, baby, sleep,
    Our cottage vale is deep;
    The little lamb is on the green,
    With woolly fleece so soft and clean,
    Sleep, baby, sleep,
    Sleep, baby, sleep,
    Down where the woodbines creep;
    Be always like the lamb so mild,
    A kind and sweet and gentle child,
    Sleep, baby, sleep,

  1. Smiling girls, rosy boys

    Smiling girls, rosy boys,
    Come and buy my little toys;
    Monkeys made of gingerbread,
    And sugar horses painted red.

  1. Sneezing

    If you sneeze on Monday, you sneeze for danger;
    Sneeze on a Tuesday, kiss a stranger;
    Sneeze on a Wednesday, sneeze for a letter;
    Sneeze on a Thursday, something better.
    Sneeze on a Friday, sneeze for sorrow;
    Sneeze on a Saturday, joy tomorrow.

  1. Solomon Grundy

    Solomon Grundy,
    Born on Monday,
    Christened on Tuesday,
    Married on Wednesday,
    Took ill on Thursday,
    Worse on Friday,
    Died on Saturday,
    Buried on Sunday:
    This is the end
    Of Solomon Grundy.

  1. Star light, star bright

    Star light, star bright,
    First star I see tonight,
    I wish I may, I wish I might,
    Have the wish I wish tonight.

  1. Sulky Sue

    Here''s Sulky Sue,
    What shall we do?
    Turn her face to the wall
    Till she comes to.

  2. Sunshine

    Hick-a-more, Hack-a-more,
    On the King''s kitchen door,
    All the King''s horses,
    And all the King''s men,
    Couldn''t drive Hick-a-more, Hack-a-more,
    Off the King''s kitchen door.

  1. Sweep the passage

    Sweep the passage with broom (twice)
    Swish, swash (twice)
    Sweep the passage with broom (twice)

    (Second verse) hang the washing to dry.....flip, flop;
    (third verse) Mix the pudding to eat.....round & round;
    (fourth verse) Rock the baby to sleep.....la, la, la.

  2. Swan swam over the sea

    Swan swam over the sea,
    Swim, swan, swim!
    Swan swam back again,
    Well swum, swan!

  1. Taffy was a Welshman

    Taffy was a Welshman,
    Taffy was a thief;
    Taffy came to my house
    And stole a piece of beef.

    I went to Taffy''s house,
    Taffy was not home;
    Taffy came to my house
    And stole a mutton bone.

    I went to Taffy''s house,
    Taffy was not in;
    Taffy came to my house
    And stole a silver pin.

    I went to Taffy''s house,
    Taffy was in bed;
    I took up a poker
    And threw it at his head.

  2. Taffy

    Taffy was a Welshman, Taffy was a thief,
    Taffy came to my house and stole a piece of beef;
    I went to Taffy''s house, Taffy was not home;
    Taffy came to my house and stole a marrow-bone.
    I went to Taffy''s house, Taffy was not in;
    Taffy came to my house and stole a silver pin;
    I went to Taffy''s house, Taffy was in bed,
    I took up the marrow-bone and flung it at his head.

  1. Ten Little Lollipops

    All the girls like lollipops
    All the girls like lollipops
    All the girls like lollipops
    Ten Little Lollipops
    1 little 2 little 3 little lollipops
    4 little 5 little 6 little lollipops
    7 little 8 little 9 little lollipops
    10 Little Lollipops
    All the boys like ice cream
    All the boys like ice cream
    All the boys like ice cream
    Ten little ice cream cones.
    1 little 2 little 3 little ice cream cones
    4 little 5 little 6 little ice cream cones
    7 little 8 little 9 little ice cream cones
    10 Little ice cream cones.

  2. Ten Little Monkeys

    Ten 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.'

    Nine 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.'

    Eight 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.'
    Seven 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.'

    Six 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.'

    Five 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.'

    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.
    One fell off and bumped her head.
    Mama called the doctor,
    And the doctor said,'No more monkeys, Jumping on the bed.'

  3. Ten little Indians

    One little, two little, three little Indians
    Four little, five little, six little Indians
    Seven little, eight little, nine little Indians
    Ten little Indian boys.

    Ten little, nine little, eight little Indians
    Seven little, six little, five little Indians
    Four little, three little, two little Indians
    One little Indian boy.

  4. Teddy bear, Teddy bear

    Teddy bear, Teddy bear,

    Touch the ground.
    Teddy bear, Teddy bear,
    Turn around.
    Teddy bear, Teddy bear,
    Show your shoe.
    Teddy bear, Teddy bear,
    That will do.
    Teddy bear, Teddy bear,
    Run upstairs.
    Teddy bear, Teddy bear,
    Say your prayers.
    Teddy bear, Teddy bear,
    Blow out the light.
    Teddy bear, Teddy bear,
    Say good night.

  5. Teeth And Gums

    Thirty white horses upon a red hill,
    Now they tramp, now they champ, now they stand still.

  1. Thank you God

    Thank you God for the world so sweet,
    Thank you God for the food we eat,
    Thank you God for the birds that sing,
    Thank you God for everything.

  2. The More We Get Together

    The more we get together,
    Together, together;
    The more we get together,
    The happier w'll be.
    Because your friend is my friend,
    And my friend is your friend.
    The more we get together,
    The happier w'll be.

  3. The Wheels of the Bus

    The wheels of the bus go round and round,
    Round and round, round and round.
    The wheels of the bus go round and round,
    All day long.
    The wipers of the bus go swish, swish......
    The horn of the bus goes pom, pom, pom....
    The people in the bus up and down, up and down and up and down....
    The babies in the bus go wee, wee, wee.....
    The children in the bus go ha, ha, ha......

  4. There''s a neat little clock

    There''s a neat little clock,
    In the schoolroom it stands,
    And it points to the time
    With it''s two little hands.

    And may we, like the clock,
    Keep a face clean and bright,
    With hands ever ready
    To do what is right.

  5. The Little Girl with a Curl

    There was a little girl who had a little curl,

    Right in the middle of her forehead;

    When she was good, she was very, very good,

    And when she was bad, she was horrid.

  6. The Owl

    There was an old owl who lived in an oak.
    The more he saw (point to eyes),
    The less he spoke (cover mouth),
    The less he spoke, the more he heard (cup hand around ear).
    Why can't we be like that old wise bird?

  7. The Cocks on the woodpile

    The Cocks on the woodpile a-blowing his horn
    The Bulls in the barn a-threshing of corn
    The Maids in the meadow are making of hay
    The Ducks in the river are swimming away.

  8. The Ants go marching

    The ants go marching one by one.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching one by one.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching one by one;
    The little one stops to suck his thumb,
    And they all go marching
    down
    into the ground
    to get out
    of the rain.
    Boom, boom, boom!

    The ants go marching two by two.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching two by two.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching two by two;
    The little one stops to tie his shoe,
    And they all go marching
    down
    into the ground
    to get out
    of the rain.
    Boom, boom, boom!

    The ants go marching three by three.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching three by three.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching three by three;
    The little one stops to ride a bee,
    And they all go marching
    down
    into the ground
    to get out
    of the rain.
    Boom, boom, boom!

    The ants go marching four by four.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching four by four.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching four by four;
    The little one stops to ask for more,
    And they all go marching
    down
    into the ground
    to get out
    of the rain.
    Boom, boom, boom!

    The ants go marching five by five.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching five by five.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching five by five;
    The little one stops to jump and dive,
    And they all go marching
    down
    into the ground
    to get out
    of the rain.
    Boom, boom, boom!

    The ants go marching six by six.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching six by six.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching six by six;
    The little one stops to pick up sticks,
    And they all go marching
    down
    into the ground
    to get out
    of the rain.
    Boom, boom, boom!

    The ants go marching seven by seven.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching seven by seven.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching seven by seven;
    The little one stops to write with a pen,
    And they all go marching
    down
    into the ground
    to get out
    of the rain.
    Boom, boom, boom!

    The ants go marching eight by eight.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching eight by eight.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching eight by eight;
    The little one stops to rollerskate,
    And they all go marching
    down
    into the ground
    to get out
    of the rain.
    Boom, boom, boom!

    The ants go marching nine by nine.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching nine by nine.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching nine by nine;
    The little one stops to drink and dine,
    And they all go marching
    down
    into the ground
    to get out
    of the rain.
    Boom, boom, boom!

    The ants go marching ten by ten.

    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching ten by ten.
    Hurrah! Hurrah!
    The ants go marching ten by ten;
    The little one stops to shout
    'THE END!!'

  9. Three grey geese

    Three grey geese

    In a green field grazing,
    Grey were the geese
    And green was the grazing.

  10. This little froggy

    This little froggy took a big leap,
    This little froggy took a small,
    This little froggy leaped sideways,
    And this little froggy not at all,
    And this little froggy went,

    hippity, hippity, hippity hop, all the way home.

  11. 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.

  12. Three blind mice

    Three blind mice,
    See how they run!
    They all ran after a farmer''s wife,
    Who cut off their tails with a carving knife.
    Did you ever see such a sight in your life,
    As three blind mice?

  13. Three young rats

    Three young rats with black felt hats,
    Three young ducks with white straw flats,
    Three young dogs with curling tails,
    Three young cats with demi-veils,
    Went out to walk with two young pigs
    In satin vests and sorrel wigs,
    But suddenly it chanced to rain
    And so they all went home again.

  14. The Farmer in the Dell

    The farmer in the dell,
    The farmer in the dell,
    Heigh-ho, the derry-o,
    The farmer in the dell.

    The farmer takes a wife,
    The farmer takes a wife,
    Heigh-ho, the derry-o,
    The farmer takes a wife.

    The wife takes a child,
    The wife takes a child,
    Heigh-ho, the derry-o,
    The wife takes a child.

    The child takes a nurse,
    The child takes a nurse,
    Heigh-ho, the derry-o,
    The child takes a nurse.

    The nurse takes a dog,
    The nurse takes a dog,
    Heigh-ho, the derry-o,
    The nurse takes a dog.

    The dog takes a cat,
    The dog takes a cat,
    Heigh-ho, the derry-o,
    The dog takes a cat.

    The cat takes a rat,
    The cat takes a rat,
    Heigh-ho, the derry-o,
    The cat takes a rat.

    The rat takes the cheese,
    The rat takes the cheese,
    Heigh-ho, the derry-o,
    The rat takes the cheese.

    The cheese stands alone,
    The cheese stands alone,
    Heigh-ho, the derry-o,
    The cheese stands alone.

  15. The Lion and the Unicorn

    The Lion and the Unicorn
    Were fighting for the crown;
    The Lion beat the Unicorn
    All about the town.

    Some gave them white bread
    And some gave them brown;
    Some gave them plum cake
    And drummed them out of town!

  16. There was an old crow

    There was an old crow

    Sat upon a clod;
    That''s the end of my song,
    That''s odd!

  17. The Itsy Bitsy Spider (or The Inky Dinky Spider)

    The itsy bitsy spider went up the water spout,
    Down came the rain and washed the spider out.
    Out came the sun that dried up all the rain,
    And the itsy bitsy spider climbed up the spout again.

  18. This old man

    1
    This old man, he played one,
    He played knick knack with his thumb,
    With a
    Knick, knack, paddy whack,
    Give the dog a bone;
    This old man came rolling home.
    2
    This old man, he played two,
    He played knick knack with my shoe,
    With a
    Knick, knack, paddy whack,
    Give the dog a bone;
    This old man came rolling home.
    3
    This old man, he played three,
    He played knick knack on my knee,
    With a
    Knick, knack, paddy whack,
    Give the dog a bone;
    This old man came rolling home.
    4
    This old man, he played four,
    He played knick knack at my door,
    With a
    Knick, knack, paddy whack,
    Give the dog a bone;
    This old man came rolling home.
    5
    This old man, he played five,
    He played knick knack, jazz and jive,
    With a
    Knick, knack, paddy whack,
    Give the dog a bone;
    This old man came rolling home.
    6
    This old man, he played six,
    He played knick knack with his sticks,
    With a
    Knick, knack, paddy whack,
    Give the dog a bone;
    This old man came rolling home.
    7
    This old man, he played seven,
    He played knick knack with his pen,
    With a
    Knick, knack, paddy whack,
    Give the dog a bone;
    This old man came rolling home.
    8
    This old man, he played eight,
    He played knick knack on my gate,
    With a
    Knick, knack, paddy whack,
    Give the dog a bone;
    This old man came rolling home.
    9
    This old man, he played nine,
    He played knick knack, rise and shine,
    With a
    Knick, knack, paddy whack,
    Give the dog a bone;
    This old man came rolling home.
    10
    This old man, he played ten,
    He played knick knack in my den,
    With a
    Knick, knack, paddy whack,
    Give the dog a bone;
    This old man came rolling home.

  19. The Alphabet Song

    A B C D E F G
    H I J K LMNOP
    Q R S and T U V
    W X and Y and Z.
    Now I know my ABCs;
    Next time won''t you sing with me.

  20. There was a crooked man

    There was a crooked man
    Who walked a crooked mile.
    He found a crooked sixpence
    Against a crooked stile.
    He bought a crooked cat
    Which caught a crooked mouse,
    And they all lived together
    In a crooked little house.

  1. To and Fro

    Tippy, tippy, tiptoe
    Let us go,
    Tippy, tippy, tiptoe
    To & fro !
    Tippy, tippy, tiptoe
    Through the house,
    Tippy, tippy tiptoe
    Soft as a mouse !

  2. To market, to market

    To market, to market, to buy a fat pig,
    Home again, home again, jiggety jig.

    To market, to market, to buy a fat hog,
    Home again, home again, jiggety jog.

    To market, to market, to buy a plum bun,
    Home again, home again, market is done.

  3. Tommy Tittlemouse

    Little Tommy Tittlemouse,

    Lived in a little house,

    He caught fishes,

    In other men''s ditches.

  4. To bed, to bed

    To bed, to bed,

    Says Sleepy-head.
    Tarry a while, says Slow.
    Put on the pan,
    Says greedy Nan,
    We''ll sup before we go.

  5. To Babylon

    How many miles is it to Babylon?--
    Threescore miles and ten.
    Can I get there by candle-light?--
    Yes, and back again.
    If your heels are nimble and light,
    You may get there by candle-light.

  6. Tom my Tittlemouse

    Little Tommy Tittlemouse
    Lived in a little house;
    He caught fishes
    In other men''s ditches.

  7. Tom, Tom, The Piper''s Son

    Tom, Tom, the piper''s son,
    Stole a pig, and away he run,
    The pig was eat,
    And Tom was beat,
    And Tom ran crying down the street.

  8. Tommy Snooks

    As Tommy Snooks and Bessy Brooks
    Were walking out one Sunday,
    Says Tommy Snooks to Bessy Brooks,
    'Wilt marry me on Monday?'

  9. Tongs

    Long legs, crooked thighs,
    Little head, and no eyes.

  1. Two Little hands

    Two little hands to clap, clap, clap.
    Two little legs go tap, tap, tap;
    Two little eyes are open wide,
    One little head goes side to side.

  2. 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!

    When the blazing sun is gone,
    When he nothing shines upon,
    Then you show your little light,
    Twinkle, twinkle, all the night.
    Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
    How I wonder what you are!

    Then the traveler in the dark
    Thanks you for your tiny spark;
    He could not see which way to go,
    If you did not twinkle so.
    Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
    How I wonder what you are!

    In the dark blue sky you keep,
    And often through my curtains peep,
    For you never shut your eye
    Till the sun is in the sky.
    Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
    How I wonder what you are!

    As your bright and tiny spark
    Lights the traveler in the dark,
    Through I know not what you are,
    Twinkle, twinkle, little star.
    Twinkle, twinkle, little star,
    How I wonder what you are!

  3. Two Little Ducks

    Two little ducks
    Went out one day,
    Over the hills,
    And far away.
    Mother duck said,
    'Quack, quack, quack.'
    But only one little duck
    Came back, back, back.

  4. Two Little Dickey Birds

    Two Little Dickey Birds sitting on a wall,
    One names Peter, the other named Paul,
    Fly away Peter, fly away Paul,
    Come back Peter, Come back Paul.

  5. Tweedle-dum And Tweedle-dee

    Tweedle-dum and Tweedle-dee
    Resolved to have a battle,
    For Tweedle-dum said Tweedle-dee
    Had spoiled his nice new rattle.
    Just then flew by a monstrous crow,
    As big as a tar barrel,
    Which frightened both the heroes so,
    They quite forgot their quarrel.

  6. Two Birds

    There were two birds sat on a stone,
    Fa, la, la, la, lal, de;
    One flew away, and then there was one,
    Fa, la, la, la, lal, de;
    The other bird flew after,
    And then there was none,
    Fa, la, la, la, lal, de;
    And so the stone
    Was left alone,
    Fa la, la, la, lal, de.

  7. Two Pigeons

    I had two pigeons bright and gay,
    They flew from me the other day.
    What was the reason they did go?
    I cannot tell, for I do not know.

  8. Two Gray Kits

    The two gray kits,
    And the gray kits'' mother,
    All went over
    The bridge together.
    The bridge broke down,
    They all fell in;
    'May the rats go with you,'
    Says Tom Bolin.

  1. Upstairs, downstairs

    Upstairs, downstairs, upon my lady''s window,
    There I saw a cup of sack and a race of ginger,
    Apples at the fire and nuts to crack,
    And a little boy in the cream pot up to his neck.

  1. Vintery, mintery, cutery, corn

    Vintery, mintery, cutery, corn,
    Apple seed and apple thorn;
    Wire, briar, limber lock,
    Three geese in a flock.
    One flew east,
    And one flew west,
    And one flew over the cuckoo''s nest.

  1. Wash the dishes

    Wash the dishes,
    Wipe the dishes,

    Ring the bell for tea;
    Three good wishes,
    Three good kisses,
    I will give to thee.

  1. Wee Willie Winkie

    Wee Willie Winkie

    Runs through the town,
    Upstairs and downstairs
    In his nightgown.
    Rapping at the windows,
    Crying through the lock,
    'Are the children all in bed?
    For it''s now eight o''clock.

  2. Weather

    Whether the weather be fine,
    Or whether the weather be not,
    Whether the weather be cold,
    Or whether the weather be hot,
    We''ll weather the weather,
    Whatever the weather,
    Whether we like it or not.

  1. What are little boys made of, made of?

    What are little boys made of, made of?
    What are little boys made of?
    'Snips and snails, and puppy dogs tails;
    And that''s what little boys are made of, made of.'

  2. What are little girls made of, made of, made of?

    What are little girls made of, made of, made of?
    What are little girls made of?
    'Sugar and spice and all that''s nice;
    And that''s what little girls are made of, made of.'

  3. What did I dream?

    What did I dream?

    I do not know;
    The fragments fly like chaff.
    Yet strange my mind
    Was tickled so,
    I cannot help but laugh.

  4. When little Fred went to bed

    When little Fred went to bed,
    He always said his prayers;
    He kissed mama, and then papa,
    And straightway went upstairs.

  5. Whether the weather

    Whether the weather be fine,
    Or whether the weather be not,
    Whether the weather be cold,
    Or whether the weather be hot,
    We''ll weather the weather
    Whatever the weather,
    Whether we like it or not!

  6. When Jenny Wren Was Young

    ''Twas once upon a time, when Jenny Wren was young,
    So daintily she danced and so prettily she sung,
    Robin Redbreast lost his heart, for he was a gallant bird.
    So he doffed his hat to Jenny Wren, requesting to be heard.
    'Oh, dearest Jenny Wren, if you will but be mine,
    You shall feed on cherry pie and drink new currant wine,
    I''ll dress you like a goldfinch or any peacock gay,
    So, dearest Jen, if you''ll be mine, let us appoint the day.'
    Jenny blushed behind her fan and thus declared her mind:
    'Since, dearest Bob, I love you well, I''ll take your offer kind.
    Cherry pie is very nice and so is currant wine,
    But I must wear my plain brown gown and never go too fine.'

  7. Why May Not I Love Johnny?

    Johnny shall have a new bonnet,
    And Johnny shall go to the fair,
    And Johnny shall have a blue ribbon
    To tie up his bonny brown hair''
    And why may not I love Johnny?
    And why may not Johnny love me?
    And why may not I love Johnny
    As well as another body?
    And here''s a leg for a stocking,
    And here''s a foot for a shoe,
    And he has a kiss for his daddy,
    And two for his mammy, I trow.
    And why may not I love Johnny?
    And why may not Johnny love me?
    And why may not I love Johnny
    As well as another body?

  8. What Are Little Boys Made Of?

    What are little boys made of, made of?
    What are little boys made of?
    'Snaps and snails, and puppy-dogs'' tails;
    And that''s what little boys are made of.'
    What are little girls made of, made of ?
    What are little girls made of?
    'Sugar and spice, and all that''s nice;
    And that''s what little girls are made of.'

  9. Where Are You Going My Pretty Maid

    'Where are you going, my pretty maid?'
    'I''m going a-milking, sir,' she said.
    'May I go with you, my pretty maid?'
    'You''re kindly welcome, sir,' she said.
    'What is your father, my pretty maid?'
    'My father''s a farmer, sir,' she said.
    'What is your fortune, my pretty maid?'
    'My face is my fortune, sir,' she said.
    'Then I can''t marry you, my pretty maid.'
    'Nobody asked you, sir,' she said.

  1. Winter

    Cold and raw the north wind doth blow,
    Bleak in the morning early;
    All the hills are covered with snow,
    And winter''s now come fairly.

  2. Willy, Willy

    Willy, Willy Wilkin
    Kissed the maids a-milking,
    Fa, la, la!
    And with his merry daffing
    He set them all a-laughing,
    Ha, ha, ha!

  1. Yankee Doodle

    Yankee Doodle went to town
    Riding on a pony,
    He stuck a feather in his cap
    And called it Macroni.

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