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Nursery rhymes  Misc. Nursery Rhymes

This file contains 41 nursery rhymes. They will all transpose together.
LITTLE BOY BLUE
[C]Little boy [F]blue, come [C]blow your [G]horn.
The [C]sheep's in the [F]meadow, the [G]cow's in the [C]corn.
[C]Where's the [F]boy who looks [C]after the [G]sheep?
[C]Under the [F]haystack, [G]fast [C]asleep.
[C]Will you [F]wake him? [C]No, not [G]I
For [C]if I [F]do he's [G]sure to [C]cry.
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. . .
BAA BAA BLACK SHEEP
[C]Baa, baa, [G]black sheep,
[F]Have you any [C]wool?
[F]Yes sir, [C]yes sir,
[G]Three bags [C]full.
[C]One for the [G]master,
[F]One for the [C]dame,
And [F]one for the [C]little boy
Who [G]lives down the [C]lane.
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. . .
OLD KING COLE
[C]Old King [F]Cole was a [C]merry old [F]soul
And a [C]merry old soul was [G]he;
He [C]called for his [F]pipe, and he [C]called for his [F]bowl
And he [C]called for his [G]fiddlers [C]three.
. . .
[C]Every [F]fiddler [C]he had a [F]fiddle,
And a [C]very fine fiddle had [G]he;
Oh there's [C]none so [F]rare, as [C]can com-[F]pare
With King [C]Cole and his [G]fiddlers [C]three.
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. . .
MARY MARY QUITE CONTRARY
[C]Mary, [G]Mary, [C]Quite Con-[F]trary,
[C]How does your [Am]garden [G]grow?
With [C]silver [F]bells and [C]cockle-[F]shells
And [Am]pretty maids [G]all in a [C]row.
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. . .
THERE WAS AN OLD WOMAN WHO LIVED IN A SHOE
There [C]was an old [F]woman who [Dm]lived in a [G]shoe.
She had [C]so many [F]children, she didn't [Am]know what to [G]do.
She [C]gave them some [F]broth with-[Dm]out any [G]bread,
Then [C]whipped them all [Dm]soundly and [G]put them to [C]bed.
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. . .
LITTLE MISS MUFFET
[C]Little Miss [G7]Muffet
[C]Sat on a [F]tuffet,
[C]Eating her curds and [G]whey.
A-[C]long came a [G7]spider,
Who [C]sat down be-[F]side her,
And [C]frightened Miss [G]Muffet [C]away!
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. . .
THE FARMER IN THE DELL
[G7]The [C]farmer in the dell.
The [C]farmer in the dell.
[C]Hi-ho!  The derry-o!
The [G7]farmer in the [C]dell.
. . .
The farmer takes a wife . . .
The wife takes a child . . .
The child takes a nurse . . .
The nurse takes the cow . . .
The cow takes a dog . . .
The dog takes a cat . . .
The cat takes a rat . . .
The rat takes the cheese . . .
. . .
[G7]The [C]cheese stands alone,
The [C]cheese stands alone,
[C]Hiho, the derryo,
The [G7]cheese stands a-[C]lone.
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. . .
POP GOES THE WEASEL
[C]All a-[G7]round the [C]mulberry bush
[G7]The [C]monkey [G7]chased the [C]weasel.
[G7]The [C]monkey [G7]thought 'twas [C]all in [F]fun.  
[G]Pop!  Goes the [C]weasel!
A [Am]penny for a [G]spool of thread,
A [Am]penny for a [G]needle.
[F]That's the way the money goes!  
[G]Pop!  Goes the [C]weasel!
[C]Up and [G7]down the [C]City Road,
[G7]And [C]in and [G7]out of the [C]Eagle,
[G7]So [C]that's the [G7]way the [C]money [F]goes.
[G]Pop!  Goes the [C]weasel.
(chorus)
[C]Half a pound of [G7]tuppenney rice,
[G7]And [C]half a [G7]pound of [C]treacle,
[G7]You [C]mix it [G7]up and [C]make it [F]nice,
[G]Pop!  Goes the [C]weasel.
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THE ANTS GO MARCHING
[G]The [Am]ants go marching [C]one by one, hur-[G]rah, hurrah
The [Am]ants go marching [C]one by one, hur-[Am]rah, hurrah
The [Am]ants go marching [G]one by one,
The [Am]little one stops to [Em]suck his thumb
And they [Am]all [G]go [F]mar-[Em]ching [Am]down to the ground
To get [Am]out of the rain, [G]BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!
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The ants go marching two by two, hurrah, hurrah
The little one stops to tie his shoe
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The ants go marching three by three, hurrah, hurrah
The little one stops to climb a tree
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The ants go marching four by four, hurrah, hurrah
The little one stops to shut the door
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The ants go marching five by five, hurrah, hurrah
The little one stops to take a dive
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The ants go marching six by six, hurrah, hurrah
The little one stops to pick up sticks
. . .
The ants go marching seven by seven, hurrah, hurrah
The little one stops to pray to heaven
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The ants go marching eight by eight, hurrah, hurrah
The little one stops to shut the gate
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The ants go marching nine by nine, hurrah, hurrah
The little one stops to check the time
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[G]The [Am]ants go marching [C]ten by ten, hur-[G]rah, hurrah
The [Am]ants go marching [C]ten by ten, hur-[Am]rah, hurrah
The [Am]ants go marching [G]ten by ten,
The [Am]little one stops to [Em]say "THE END"
And they [Am]all [G]go [F]mar-[Em]ching [Am]down to the ground
To get [Am]out of the rain, [Am]BOOM! [Em]BOOM! [Am]BOOM!
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THIS LITTLE PIGGY
[C]This little piggy went to the [F]market.
[C]This little piggy stayed [G]home.
[F]This little piggy had [C]roast beef.
[G]This little piggy had [C]none.
And [C]this little piggy cried [F]"Wee, wee, wee, wee!"
[G7]All the way [C]home.
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THE HOKEY POKEY
You put your [C]right foot in, You put your [C]right foot out;
You put your [C]right foot in, And you [G]shake it all about.
You [G]do the HokeyPokey, And you [G]turn yourself around.
[G7]That's what it's all a-[C]bout!

You put your left foot in . . .
You put your right hand in . . .
You put your left hand in. . .
You put your right side in . . .
You put your left side in . . .
You put your nose in . . .
You put your tail in . . .
You put your head in . . .
You put your whole self in . . .
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IT'S RAINING IT'S POURING
It's [C]raining, it's [Em]pouring;
The [F]old man is [C]snoring.
He [C]Bumped his head
And he [Em]went to bed
And he [F]couldn't get [G]up in the [C]morning.
. . .
[F]Rain, rain, go away,
[C]Come again another day.
[F]Little Johnny wants to play,
[C]Rain, rain, [G]go a-[C]way.
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I'VE BEEN WORKING ON THE RAILROAD (DINAH BLOW YOUR HORN)
[C]I've been workin' on the [Am]rail-[C]road,
[F]All the live long [C]day.
[C]I've been workin' on the [Am]rail-[C]road,
Just to [G]pass the time a-[G7]way.
[C]Don't you hear the whistle [Am]blo-[C]wing?
[F]Rise up so early in the [C]morn.
[F]Don't you hear the captain [C]shouting
[C]"Dinah, [G]blow your [C]horn"?
. . .
[C]Dinah, won't you blow,
[F]Dinah, won’t you blow
[G]Dinah, won’t you [G7]blow your [C]horn?
. . .
[C]Someone’s in the kitchen  with [F]Dinah
[C]Somone’s in the kitchen I [G]know,
[C]Someone’ in the kitchen with [F]Dinah,
[G]Strummin’ on the [G7]old ban-[C]jo.
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Just a-[G7]singin’
[C]Fee -Fi [F]Fiddly- Eye-Oh
[C]Fee Fi [F]Fiddly -Eye-[G]Oh-Oh-Oh-Oh
[C]Fee Fi [F]Fiddly Eye-Ohhhhh
[G]Strummin’ on the [G7]old ban-[C]jo.
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THIS OLD MAN (KNICK KNACK PADDY WHACK)
[C]This old man, he played one,
[F]He played knick knack [G7]with his thumb,
With a [C]Knick, knack, paddy whack,
[C]Give the dog a [G]bone;
[G]This old man came [G7]rolling [C]home.
This old man, he played two, He played knick knack with my shoe
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This old man, he played three, He played knick knack on my knee,
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This old man, he played four, He played knick knack at my door,
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This old man, he played five, He played knick knack, jazz and jive,
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This old man, he played six, He played knick knack with his sticks,
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This old man, he played seven, He played knick knack with his pen,
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This old man, he played eight, He played knick knack on my gate,
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This old man, he played nine, He played knick knack, rise and shine,
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This old man, he played ten, He played knick knack in my den,
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This old man, he played eleven, He played knick knack up in heaven,
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This old man, he played twelve, He played knick knack, dig and delve,
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MY BONNIE LIES OVER THE OCEAN
My [C]Bonnie lies [F]over the [C]ocean,
My [C]Bonnie lies [F]over the [G]sea.
My [C]Bonnie lies [F]over the [C]ocean,
Please [F]bring back my [G]Bonnie to [C]me.
[C]Bring back, [F]Bring back,
Oh, [G]bring back my Bonnie to [C]me, to me.
[C]Bring back, [F]Bring back,
Oh, [G]bring back my Bonnie to [C]me.
Last [C]night as I [F]slept on my [C]pillow,
Last [C]night as I [F]slept on my [G]bed,
Last [C]night as I [F]slept on my [G]pillow,
I [F]dreamt that my [G]Bonnie was [C]dead.
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THE QUEEN OF HEARTS
The [C]Queen of Hearts,
She [F]made some tarts
All [C]on a summer's [G]day.
The[C] Knave of Hearts,
He [F]stole the tarts
And [G]took them [G7]clean a-[C]way.
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The [C]King of Hearts,
Called [F]for the tarts
And [C]beat the Knave full [G]sore.
The [C]Knave of Hearts,
Brought [F]back the tarts
And [G]vowed he'd [G7]steal no [C]more.
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ON TOP OF SPAGHETTI
On [C]top of spa-[F]ghetti,
All [F]covered with [C]cheese,
I [C]lost my poor [G]meatball
When [G7]somebody [C]sneezed.
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It [C]rolled off the [F]table
And [F]onto the [C]floor,
And [C]then my poor [G]meatball
Rolled [G7]right out the [C]door!
…
It  rolled [C]into the [F]garden
And [F]under a [C]bush
And [C]then my poor [G]meatball
Was [G7]nothing but [C]mush
…
The [C]mush was as [F]tasty
As [F]tasty could [C]be
And [C]early next [G]summer
It grew [G7]into a [C]tree
…
The [C]tree was all [F]covered
With [F]beautiful [C]moss
It [C]grew lovely [G]meatballs
In a [G7]tomato  [C]sauce
…
So if [C]you like spa-[F]ghetti
All [F]covered with [C]cheese
Hold [C]on to your [G]meatballs
And [G7]DON'T EVER  [C]SNEEZE!
AAACHOO !!
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ROW ROW ROW YOUR BOAT
[C]Row, row, row your boat
[C]Gently down the stream.
[F]Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily,
[G]Life is but a [C]dream.
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SING A SONG OF SIXPENCE
[C]Sing a song of [F]sixpence,
A [C]pocket full of [G7]rye;
[C]Four and twenty [F]blackbirds
[G]Baked in a [C]pie.
. . .
[C]When the pie was [F]opened,
They [C]all began to [G7]sing.
Now, [C]wasn't that a dainty [F]dish
To [G]set before the [C]King?
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The [C]King was in his [F]countinghouse,
[C]Counting out his [G7]money;
The [C]Queen was in the [F]parlor
[G]Eating bread and [C]honey.
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The [C]maid  was in the [F]garden,
[C]Hanging out the [G7]clothes.
A-[C]long there came a big [F]black bird
And [G]snipped [F]off her [C]nose!
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STAR LIGHT STAR BRIGHT
[C]Star light, [F]star bright,
[C]First star I [G]see tonight,
I [C]wish I may, I [F]wish I might,
[C]Have the wish I [G]wish [G7]to-[C]night.
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YANKEE DOODLE
[C]Yankee [F]Doodle [C]came to [G7]town,
A-[C]ridin' [F]on a [C]po-[G]ny;
He [C]stuck a [G]feather [F]in his hat
And [C]called it [G7]maca-[C]roni.
[F]Yankee Doodle keep it up,
[C]Yankee Doodle Dandy;
[F]Mind the music and the steps
And [C]with the [G7]girls be [C]handy.
Fa-[C]ther and [F]I went [C]down to [G7]camp,
A-[C]long with [F]Cap'n [C]Good-[G]win;
The [C]men and [G]boys all [F]stood around
As [C]thick as [G7]hasty [C]puddin'.
Repeat Chorus
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ITSY-BITSY SPIDER
The [C]itsy-bitsy spider climbed [G]up the water-[C]spout.
[C]Down came the rain and [F]washed the spider [C]out.
[C]Up came the sun and [G]dried up all the [C]rain.
[G7]And the [C]itsy bitsy spider climbed [G]up the [G7]spout a-[C]gain.
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OLD MACDONALD HAD A FARM
[D]Old MacDonald [G]had a [D]farm, [A7]E-I-E-I-[D]O!
And [D]on his farm he [G]had some [D]chicks, [A7]E-I-E-I-[D]O!
With a [D]cluck-cluck here, and a [D]cluck-cluck there
Here a [D]cluck, there a [D]cluck, everywhere a [D]cluck-cluck
[D]Old MacDonald [G]had a [D]farm, [A7]E-I-E-I-[D]O!

And on his farm he had some
cows, (With a moo-moo here . . .)
ducks, (with a quack-quack here . . .)
pigs (oink-oink . . .)
etc., etc.
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SKIP TO MY LOU MY DARLING
[C]Flies in the buttermilk, shoo, fly, shoo!  
[G7]Flies in the buttermilk, shoo, fly, shoo!
[C]Flies in the buttermilk, shoo, fly, [F]shoo!
[G]Skip to my [G7]Lou, my [C]darling!
[C]Skip, skip, skip to my Lou,
[G7]Skip, skip, skip to my Lou,
[C]Skip, skip, skip to my [F]Lou,
[G]Skip to my [G7]Lou, my [C]darling!
Cat's in the cream jar, ooh, ooh, ooh! . . .
. . .
Off to Texas two by two, . . .
. . .
Lost my partner, what'll I do? . . .
. . .
I'll get another one prettier than you, . . .

Can't get a red bird, a jay bird'll do, . . .
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THE MUFFIN MAN
[G7]Oh, [C]Do you know the Muffin Man,
The [F]Muffin Man, the [G7]Muffin Man?
[G7]Oh, [C]Do you know the Muffin Man
Who [F]lives in [G7]Drury [G]Lane?
. . . .
[G7]Oh, [C]Yes, I know the Muffin Man,
The [F]Muffin Man, the [G7]Muffin Man?
[G7]Oh, [C]Yes, I know the Muffin Man
Who [F]lives in [G7]Drury [C]Lane?
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HOW MUCH IS THAT DOGGIE IN THE WINDOW
How [C]much is that doggie in the [G]window?
The [G]one with the [G7]waggily [C]tail.
How [C]much is that doggie in the [G]window?
I [G7]do hope that [G]doggie's for [C]sale.
. . .
I [C]must take a trip to Cali-[G]fornia
And [G]leave my poor [G7]sweetheart at [C]home.
If [C]she has a doggie to pro-[G]tect her
The [G7]doggie will [G]have a good [C]home.
. . .
I [C]read in the papers there are [G]robbers
With [G]flashlights that [G7]shine in the [C]dark.
My [C]love needs a doggie to pro-[G]tect her
And [G7]scare them a-[G]way with one [C]bark.
. . .
I [C]don't want a bunny or a [G]kitty.
I [G]don't want a [G7]parrot that [C]talks.
I [C]don't want a bowl of little [G]fishies.
You [G7]can't take a [G]goldfish for a [C]walk.
. . .
How [C]much is that doggie in the [G]window?
The [G]one with the [G7]waggily [C]tail.
How [C]much is that doggie in the [G]window?
I [G7]do hope that [G]doggie's for [C]sale.
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MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB
[C]Mary had a little lamb,
[G7]little lamb, [C]little lamb
[C]Mary had a little lamb,
It's [G7]fleece was white as [C]snow

[C]Everywhere that Mary went,
[G7]Mary went, [C]Mary went.
[C]Everywhere that Mary went,
The [G7]lamb was sure to [C]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.
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HOT CROSS BUNS
[C]Hot cross buns, hot cross buns
[G7]One a penny, two a penny,
[C]hot cross buns
. . .
[C]If you have no daughters, Give them to your sons
[G7]One a penny, Two a penny
[C]Hot cross buns
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HUMPTY DUMPTY
[C]Humpty Dumpty [G7]sat on the [C]wall,
[C]Humpty Dumpty [G7]had a great [C]fall.
[F]All the king's [C]horses and [G7]all the king's [C]men,
[F]Couldn't put [C]Humpty  to-[G7]gether a[C]gain.
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HEY DIDDLE DIDDLE
[C]Hey, diddle, diddle, that [G7]cat and the fiddle
The [C]cow jumped over the [G7]moon.
The [F]little dog laughed to [C]see such sport,
and the [G7]dish ran away with the [C]spoon
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HICKORY DICKORY DOCK
[C]Hickory [G7]Dickory [C]Dock
The [F]mouse ran [C]up the [G7]clock
The [F]clock struck one
The [C]mouse ran down
[G7]Hickory Dickory [C]Dock
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[C]Hickory [G7]Dickory [C]Dock
The [F]mouse ran [C]up the [G7]clock
The [F]clock struck two
The [C]mouse said "boo"
[G7]Hickory Dickory [C]Dock
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[C]Hickory [G7]Dickory [C]Dock
The [F]mouse ran [C]up the [G7]clock
The [F]clock struck three
The [C]mouse said "wee"
[G7]Hickory Dickory [C]Dock
. . .
[C]Hickory [G7]Dickory [C]Dock
The [F]mouse ran [C]up the [G7]clock
The [F]clock struck four
The [C]mouse said "no more"
[G7]Hickory Dickory [C]Dock
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[C]Dickery [G7]dickery [C]dare
The [F]pig flew [C]up in the [G7]air
The [F]man in brown
Soon [C]brought him down
[G7]Dickery dickery [C]dare
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LITTLE BO-PEEP
[C]Little Bo-[F]peep has [G7]lost her [C]sheep
And [C]can't tell [G7]where to [C]find [G7]them
[C]Leave them a-[F]lone and [G7]they'll come [C]home
[C]Wagging their [G]tails be-[C]hind them.
. . .
[C]Little Bo-[F]peep fell [G7]fast a-[C]sleep
And [C]dreamt she [G7]heard them [C]blea-[G7]ting;
But [C]when she a-[F]woke, she [G7]found it a [C]joke,
For [C]they were [G]still a-[C]fleeting.
. . .
Then [C]up she [F]took her [G7]little [C]crook,
De-[C]termined [G7]her to [C]find [G7]them;
She [C]found them in-[F]deed, but it [G7]made her heart [C]bleed,
For they'd [C]left their [G]tails be-[C]hind them.
. . .
It [C]happened one [F]day, as Bo-[G7]peep did [C]stray
In-[C]to a [G7]meadow [C]hard [G7]by,
[C]There she e-[F]spied their [G7]tails side by [C]side,
All [C]hung on a [G]tree to [C]dry.
. . .
She [C]heaved a [F]sigh and [G7]wiped her [C]eye,
And [C]over the [G7]hillocks went [C]ram-[G7]bling,
And [C]tried what she [F]could, as a [G7]shepherdess [C]should,
To [C]tack each a-[G]gain to its [F]lamb-[C]kin.
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LONDON BRIDGE IS FALLING DOWN
[C]London bridge is falling down, [G7]falling down, [C]falling down,
[C]London bridge is falling down, [G7]my fair [C]lady.
, , ,
[C]Take a key and lock her up, [G7]Lock her up, [CLock her up.
[C]Take a key and lock her up, [G7]My fair [C]lady.
. . .
How will we build it up, . . .
Build it up with silver and gold, . . .
Gold and silver I have none, . . .
Build it up with needles and pins, . . .
Pins and needles bend and break, . . .
Build it up with wood and clay, . . .
Wood and clay will wash away, . . .
Build it up with stone so strong,_. . .
Stone so strong will last so long, . . .
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LITTLE JACK HORNER
[C]Little Jack Horner [F]sat in a corner
[G7]Eating a Christmas [C]pie
He [C]put in his thumb
and [F]pulled out a plumb,
and cried, [G7]"What a good boy, am [C]I!"
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SEE-SAW MARGERY DAW
[C]See-[G7]saw, [C]Margery [G7]Daw,
[C]Jack shall have a new [G]master
[C]He shall [G7]have but a [C]penny a [G7]day
Be-[C]cause he won't [F]work any [G7]fas-[C]Ter
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HERE WE GO LOOBY LOO
[C]Here we go looby loo,
Here we go looby [G7]light,
[C]Here we go looby loo,
[G7]All on a Saturday [C]night.
. . . .
. . . .
'ROUND THE MULBERRY BUSH (THIS IS THE WAY WE . .)
[C]Here we go 'round the mulberry bush,
the [G7]mulberry bush, the mulberry bush.
[C]Here we go 'round the mulberry bush,
On a [G7]cold and frosty [C]morning.
. . .
[C]These are the chores we'll do this week,
[G7]Do this week, Do this week.
[C]These are the chores we'll do this week,
So [G7]early every [C]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.
. . . .
. . . .
THE ALPHABET SONG
[C]A B [G]C D [F]E F [C]G
[F]H I [C]J K [G7]L M N O [C]P
[C]Q R [G]S and [F]T U [C]V
[F]W [C]X [G7]Y and [C]Z
[C]Happy, happy [F]shall we [C]be
[F]When we've [C]learned our [G7]A B [C]C's
. . . .
. . . .
TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE STAR
[C]Twinkle, twinkle [F]little [C]star
[F]How I [C]wonder [G7]what you [C]are
[C]Up a-[G7]bove the [C]sky so [G7]bright
[C]Like a [G7]diamond [C]in the [G]night
[C]Twinkle, twinkle [F]little [C]star
[F]How I [C]wonder [G7]what you [C]are
. . . .
. . . .
JACK AND JILL
[C]Jack and [F]Jill
Went [C]up the [F]hill
to [C]fetch a [F]pail of [C]water
[F]Jack fell [G7]down
And [C]broke his crown
And [F]Jill came [G]tumbling [G7]af-[C]ter
. . .
[C]Up Jack [F]got
And [C]home did [F]trot
As [C]fast as [F]he could [C]caper
[F]Went to [G7]bed
And [C]plastered his head
With [F]vinegar [G]and brown [G7]pa-[C]per.
. . . .
. . . .
PEASE PORRIDGE HOT
[C]Pease porridge hot
[F]Pease porridge [C]cold
[F]Pease porridge [C]in the pot
[G7]Nine days [C]old
. . .
[C]Some like it hot
[F]Some like it [C]cold
[F]Some like it [C]in the pot
[G7]Nine days [C]old

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