Nursery Rhymes Online
Hey diddle dinkety poppety pet, The merchants of London they wear scarlet, Silk in the collar and gold in the hem, So merrily march the merchant men.
A little old man of Derby, How do you think he served me? He took away my bread and cheese, And that is how he served me.
See, saw, sacradown What is the way to London town? One foot up, the other foot down, That is the way to London town.
As I came out of Grundy Greet Four cats were marching down the street One was long and gray and thin With lots of whiskers on his chin, And one
Three of us afloat in the meadow by the swing, Three of us abroad in the basket on the lea. Winds are in the air, they are blowing in the
No one at home in the hen-house, And no one at home in the barn, Old Brindle has gone to the neighbor’s To borrow a skein of brown yarn, To
A Canada goose On the South Palouse Is singing her summer song. Her words are wise, And she greets the skies With a voice like a steamer gong: “If you
See-Saw-Jack in the hedge, Which is the way to London Bridge?
At the siege of Belleisle I was there all the while, All the while, all the while, At the siege of Belleisle.
When I was down beside the sea A wooden spade they gave to me To dig the sandy shore. My holes were empty like a cup. In every hole the
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