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    Nursery Rhymes

    Finger Puppets - Felt Storyboards - MIDIs

     

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

    All around the mulberry bush
    The monkey chased the weasel.
    The monkey thought 'twas all in fun.
    Pop! goes the weasel.

    A penny for a spool of thread,
    A penny for a needle.
    That's the way the money goes.
    Pop! goes the weasel.

    Up and down the City Road,
    In and out of the Eagle,
    That's the way the money goes.
    Pop! goes the weasel.

    Half a pound of tuppenney rice,
    Half a pound of treacle,
    Mix it up and make it nice,
    Pop! goes the weasel.

     

     

     

    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

     

     

     

    The farmer in the dell,
    The farmer in the dell,
    Hi-ho, the derry-o,
    The farmer in the dell.


    The farmer takes a wife,
    The farmer takes a wife,
    Hi-ho, the derry-o,
    The farmer takes a wife.


    The wife takes a child,
    The wife takes a child,
    Hi-ho, the derry-o,
    The wife takes a child.


    The child takes a nurse,
    The child takes a nurse,
    Hi-ho, the derry-o,
    The child takes a nurse.
    The nurse takes the cow,
    The nurse takes the cow,
    Hi-ho, the derry-o,
    The nurse takes the cow.


    The cow takes a dog,
    The cow takes a dog,
    Hi-ho, the derry-o,
    The cow takes a dog.


    The dog takes a cat,
    The dog takes a cat,
    Hi-ho, the derry-o,
    The dog takes a cat.

    The cat takes a rat,
    The cat takes a rat,
    Hi-ho, the derry-o,
    The cat takes a rat.


    The rat takes the cheese,
    The rat takes the cheese,
    Hi-ho, the derry-o,
    The rat takes the cheese.
    The cheese stands alone,
    The cheese stands alone,
    Hi-ho, the derry-o,
    The cheese stands alone.

     

     

     

    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 to 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 to 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 climb a tree
    And they all go marching down to the ground
    To get out of the rain, BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!

    The ants go marching four by four, hurrah, hurrah
    The ants go marching four by four, hurrah, hurrah
    The ants go marching four by four,
    The little one stops to shut the door
    And they all go marching down to the ground
    To get out of the rain, BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!

    The ants go marching five by five, hurrah, hurrah
    The ants go marching five by five, hurrah, hurrah
    The ants go marching five by five,
    The little one stops to take a dive
    And they all go marching down to the ground
    To get out of the rain, BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!

    The ants go marching six by six, 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 to 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 pray to heaven
    And they all go marching down to the ground
    To get out of the rain, BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!

    The ants go marching eight by eight, hurrah, hurrah
    The ants go marching eight by eight, hurrah, hurrah
    The ants go marching eight by eight,
    The little one stops to shut the gate
    And they all go marching down to the ground
    To get out of the rain, BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!

    The ants go marching nine by nine, hurrah, hurrah
    The ants go marching nine by nine, hurrah, hurrah
    The ants go marching nine by nine,
    The little one stops to check the time
    And they all go marching down to the ground
    To get out of the rain, BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!

    The ants go marching ten by ten, hurrah, hurrah
    The ants go marching ten by ten, hurrah, hurrah
    The ants go marching ten by ten,
    The little one stops to say "THE END"
    And they all go marching down to the ground
    To get out of the rain, BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!

     

     

     

    Baa, baa, black sheep,
    Have you any wool?
    Yes sir, yes sir,
    Three bags full;
    One for the master,
    And one for the dame,
    And one for the little boy
    Who lives down the lane.

     

     

     

    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!

     

     

     

    Eencey Weencey spider
    Climed up the water spout;
    Down came the rain
    And washed poor Eencey out;
    Out came the sun
    And dried up all the rain;
    And the Eencey Weencey spider
    Climbed up the spout again.

     

     

     

    Eeny, meeny, miny, moe
    Catch a tiger by the toe
    If he hollers let him go,
    Eeny, meeny, miny, moe

    My mother told me
    To pick the very best one
    And you are [not] it.

    Alternate 2nd Verse:

    Out goes one
    Out goes two
    Out goes another one
    And that is you.

     

     

     

    Fee! Fie! Foe! Fum!
    I smell the blood of an Englishman.
    Be he 'live, or be he dead,
    I'll grind his bones to make my bread.

     

     

     

    Fiddle dee dee, fiddle dee dee,
    The fly has married the bumblebee.
    They went to the church,
    And married was she.
    The fly has married the bumblebee.

     

     

     

    This little pig went to the market.
    This little pig stayed home.
    This little pig had roast beef.
    This little pig had none.
    This little pig cried "Wee, wee, wee, wee!"
    All the way home.

     

     

     

    Georgie Porgie, puddin' and pie,
    Kissed the girls and made them cry.
    When the boys came out to play,
    Georgie Porgie ran away.

     

     

     

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

     

     

     

    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!

     

     

     

    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.

    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.

     

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

    Hickory, dickory, dock,
    The mouse ran up the clock.
    The clock struck one,
    The mouse ran down!
    Hickory, dickory, dock.

     

     

     

    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,

     

     

     

    You put your right foot in,

    You put your right foot out;
    You put your right foot in,

    And you shake it all about.

    You do the Hokey-Pokey,

    And you turn yourself around.
    That's what it's all about!

    You put your left foot in,

    You put your left foot out;
    You put your left foot in,

    And you shake it all about.

    You do the Hokey-Pokey,

    And you turn yourself around.
    That's what it's all about!

    You put your right hand in,

    You put your right hand out;
    You put your right hand in,

    And you shake it all about.

    You do the Hokey-Pokey,

    And you turn yourself around.
    That's what it's all about!

    You put your left hand in,

    You put your left hand out;
    You put your left hand in,

    And you shake it all about.

    You do the Hokey-Pokey,

    And you turn yourself around.
    That's what it's all about!

    You put your right side in,

    You put your right side out;
    You put your right side in,

    And you shake it all about.

    You do the Hokey-Pokey,

    And you turn yourself around.
    That's what it's all about!

    You put your left side in,

    You put your left side out;
    You put your left side in,

    And you shake it all about.

    You do the Hokey-Pokey,

    And you turn yourself around.
    That's what it's all about!

    You put your nose in,

    You put your nose out;
    You put your nose in,

    And you shake it all about.

    You do the Hokey-Pokey,

    And you turn yourself around.
    That's what it's all about!

    You put your tail in,

    You put your tail out;
    You put your tail in,

    And you shake it all about.

    You do the Hokey-Pokey,

    And you turn yourself around.
    That's what it's all about!

    You put your head in,

    You put your head out;
    You put your head in,

    And you shake it all about.

    You do the Hokey-Pokey,

    And you turn yourself around.
    That's what it's all about!

    You put your whole self in,

    You put your whole self out;
    You put your whole self in,

    And you shake it all about.

    You do the Hokey-Pokey,

    And you turn yourself around.

     

     

     

    Hot cross buns!
    Hot cross buns!
    One a penny, two a penny,
    Hot cross buns!

    Hot cross buns!
    Hot cross buns!
    If you have no daughters,
    Give them to your sons!

     

     

     

    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!

     

     

     

    Hush, little baby, don't say a word
    Mama's gonna buy you a mockin'bird


    If that mockin'bird don't sing
    Mama's gonna buy you a diamond ring


    If that diamond ring turns brass,
    Mama's gonna buy you a looking glass


    If that looking glass gets broke
    Mama's gonna buy you a billy goat


    If that billy goat don't pull,
    Mama's gonna buy you a cart and mule


    If that cart and mule turn over
    Mama's gonna buy you a dog named Rover


    If that dog named Rover won't bark
    Mama's gonna buy you a horse and cart


    If that Horse and Cart fall down,
    Then you'll be the sweetest little baby in town

     

     

     

    I saw a ship a-sailing,
    A-sailing on the sea.
    And, oh, but it was 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 all 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,
    The captain said, "Quack! Quack!"

     

     

     

    I see the moon
    and the moon sees me
    The moon sees the somebody I'd like to see.
    God bless the moon
    and God bless me
    God bless the somebody I'd like to see!

     

     

     

    I Scream,
    You scream,
    We all scream,
    For ICE CREAM!

     

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

    I've been workin' on the railroad,

    All the live long day.
    I've been workin' on the railroad,


    Just to pass the time away.
    Don't you hear the whistle blowing?


    Rise up so early in the morn.
    Don't you hear the captain shouting


    "Dinah, blow your horn"?

    Dinah, won't you blow,


    Dinah, won't you blow,


    Dinah, won't you blow your horn?


    Dinah, won't you blow,


    Dinah, won't you blow,


    Dinah, won't you blow your horn?

    Someone's in the kitchen with Dinah.


    Someone's in the kitchen, I know.
    Someone's in the kitchen with Dinah


    Strumming on the old banjo.

    Fee, fie, fiddle-e-i-o.


    Fee, fie, fiddle-e-i-o.
    Fee, fie, fiddle-e-i-o.


    Strumming on the old banjo.


     

     

     

    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 did trot
    As fast as he could caper
    Went to bed
    And plastered his head
    With vinegar and brown paper.


     

     

     

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

    Jack jumped high
    Jack jumped low
    Jack jumped over
    and burned his toe.

     

     

     

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

     

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

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

     

     

     

    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 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.

     

     

     

    Little Jack Horner
    Sat in a corner,
    Eating a mincemeat pie.
    He stuck in his thumb
    And pulled out a plum,
    And said, "What a good boy am I!"

     

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

    The man in the moon
    Looked out of the moon
    And this is what he said,
    "Tis time that, now I'm getting up,
    All babies went to bed."

     

     

     

    Mary had a little lamb,
    little lamb, little lamb,
    Mary had a little lamb, its fleece was white as snow.
    And everywhere that Mary went,
    Mary went, Mary went,
    and 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.

    And so the teacher turned it out,
    turned it out, turned it out,
    And so the teacher turned it out, but still it lingered near,
    And waited patiently about,
    patiently about, patiently about,
    And waited patiently about till Mary did appear.

    "Why does the lamb love Mary so?"
    Love Mary so? Love Mary so?
    "Why does the lamb love Mary so," the eager children cry.
    "Why, Mary loves the lamb, you know."
    The lamb, you know, the lamb, you know,
    "Why, Mary loves the lamb, you know," the teacher did reply.


     

     

     

    Mary, Mary, quite contrary,
    How does your garden grow?
    With silver bells and cockleshells,
    And pretty maids all in a row.

     

     

     

    The north wind doth blow,
    And we shall have snow,
    And what will poor robin do then,
    Poor thing?
    He'll sit in a barn,
    And keep himself warm,
    And hide his head under his wing,
    Poor thing.

     

     

     

    Old King Cole was a merry old soul,
    And a merry old soul was he.
    He called for his pipe, and he called for his bowl,
    And he called for his fiddlers three.

    Every fiddler had a fiddle fine,
    And a very fine fiddle had he, had he.
    Tweedle dum, tweedle dee, went the fiddlers three,
    Tweedle dum dee, dum dee deedle dee.

    Tweedle dum, tweedle dee, went the fiddlers three,
    Tweedle dum dee, dum dee deedle dee.

     

     

     

    Old Mother Hubbard
    Went to the cupboard
    To fetch her poor dog a bone;
    But when she came there
    The cupboard was bare,
    And so the poor dog had none.

    She took a clean dish
    To get him some tripe;
    But when she came back
    He was smoking a pipe.
    She went to the grocer's
    To buy him some fruit;
    But when she came back
    He was playing the flute.

    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 undertaker's
    To buy him a coffin;
    But when she came back
    The poor dog was laughing.

    She went to the hatter's
    To buy him a hat;
    But when she came back
    He was feeding the cat.

    The dame made a curtsey,
    The dog made a bow;
    The dame said, "Your servant."
    The dog said, "Bow wow!"

     

     

     

    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!

    It rolled in a garden
    And under a bush
    Now my poor meatball
    Was nothing but mush

    The mush was as tasty
    As tasty could be
    Early next summer
    It grew into a tree

    The tree was all covered
    With beautiful moss
    It grew lovely meatballs
    In a tomato sauce

    So if you like spaghetti
    All covered with cheese
    Hold on to your meatballs
    And DON'T EVER SNEEZE!

    A-A-A-CHOO !!

     

     

     

    One for the money,
    Two for the show
    Three to get ready,
    And four to GO!

     

     

     

    1, 2

    One, two, buckle my shoe;


    3, 4

    Three, four, knock at the door;


    5, 6

    Five, six, pick up sticks;


    7, 8

    Seven, eight, lay them straight;


    9, 10

    Nine, ten, a good fat hen;


    11, 12

    Eleven, twelve, dig and delve;


    13, 14

    Thirteen, fourteen, maids a-courting;


    15, 16

    Fifteen, sixteen, maids a-kissing;


    17, 18

    Seventeen, eighteen, maids a-waiting;


    19, 20

    Nineteen, twenty, I've had plenty.

     

     

     

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

     

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

    Peter Piper picked a peck
    Of pickled peppers;
    A peck of pickled peppers
    Peter Piper Picked

    If Peter Piper picked a peck
    Of Pickled peppers,
    Where's the peck of pickled peppers
    Peter Piper Picked?

     

     

     

    Polly, put the kettle on,
    Polly, put the kettle on,
    Polly, put the kettle on,
    We'll all have tea.

    Sukey, take it off again,
    Sukey, take it off again,
    Sukey, take it off again,
    They've all gone away.

    Blow the fire and make the toast,
    Put the muffins on to roast,
    Blow the fire and make the toast,
    We'll all have tea.

     

     

     

    All around the mulberry bush
    The monkey chased the weasel.
    The monkey thought 'twas all in fun.
    Pop! goes the weasel.

    A penney for a spool of thread,
    A penney for a needle.
    That's the way the money goes.
    Pop! goes the weasel.

    Up and down the City Road,
    In and out of the Eagle,
    That's the way the money goes.
    Pop! goes the weasel.

    Half a pound of tuppenney rice,,
    Half a pound of treacle,
    Mix it up and make it nice,
    Pop! goes the weasel.

     

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

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

     

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

    Ring a-round the roses,
    A pocket full of posies,
    Ashes! Ashes!
    We all fall down!

     

     

     

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

     

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

    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!

     

     

     

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

     

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

    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
    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.

    11
    This old man, he played eleven,
    He played knick knack up in heaven,
    With a
    Knick, knack, paddy whack,
    Give the dog a bone;
    This old man came rolling home.

    12
    This old man, he played twelve,
    He played knick knack, dig and delve,
    With a
    Knick, knack, paddy whack,
    Give the dog a bone;
    This old man came rolling home.

     

     

     

    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?

     

     

     

    Tom, Tom, the piper's son,
    Stole a pig, and away did run!
    The pig was eat,
    And Tom was beat,
    And Tom went crying
    Down the street.

     

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

    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.

     

     

     

    What are little boys made of?
    Snips and snails,
    And puppy dog tails,
    That's what little boys are made of.

     

     

     

    What are little girls made of?
    Sugar and spice,
    And everything nice,
    That's what little girls are made of.

     

     

     

    Where is Thumbkin?
    Where is Thumbkin?
    Here I am, here I am.
    How are you today?
    Very well, thank you.
    Go away, go away.

    Where is Pointer?
    Where is Pointer?
    Here I am, here I am.
    How are you today?
    Very well, thank you.
    Go away, go away.

    Where is Ring Man?
    Where is Ring Man?
    Here I am, here I am.
    How are you today?
    Very well, thank you.
    Go away, go away.

    Where is Small Man?
    Where is Small Man?
    Here I am, here I am.
    How are you today?
    Very well, thank you.
    Go away, go away.

     

     

     



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