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Best Known Public Domain Children's Songs List of 384


IMPORTANT: This list is based on USA Copyright Law and is intended only as a help in researching public domain music. This list is NOT sufficient documentation that music is in the Public Domain. To prove PD status in the USA, you MUST find a published copy of the song with a copyright date of 1922 or earlier. Our PD Sheet Music Reprints are exact reprints of books and sheet music published in 1922 or earlier and include music, lyrics, and complete original copyright information. Some of these songs may not be PD in countries other than the USA.

TitleV=Verse   C=Chorus   N=Note   P=Production
w=Words   m=Music
1 - 3  $5 ea
4 up  $4 ea
Children's Songs are on this PD list if we have a pre-1923 PD sheet music publication in our library AND if anyone has asked about PD status of the song in the past 20 years.
A B C D E F GSee Alphabet Song
A-Tisket A-Tasket
V - Itiskit, Itasket, Green and yellow basket, I wrote a letter to my love, And on the way I dropped it N - Also ITisket I Tasket PD Reprint
ABC Tumble Down D
V - A B C tumble down D. The cat's in the cupboard and can't see me. PD Reprint
All Through the Night
V - Sleep my child and peace attend thee, All through the night. Guardian angels God will send thee, All through the night. N - Alt Verse: Sleep my babe, lie still and slumber, All through the night PD Reprint
Alphabet Song
V - A, B, C, D, E, F, G. H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P. PD Reprint
Are You Sleeping? (Frere Jacque)
V - Are you sleeping? Are you sleeping? Brother John, Brother John. Morning bells are ringing . . . ding ding dong. N - Also See: Frere Jacque PD Reprint
Baa Baa Black Sheep
V - Baa Baa Black sheep, have you any wool. Yes, sir, yes, sir, three bags full. PD Reprint
Baby Bunting
V - Bye Baby Bunting, Daddy's gone a hunting, To get a little rabbit skin, To wrap his Baby Bunting in. PD Reprint
V - Gay dances Bibabutzemann, in and out and round about. Gay dances Bibabutzemann PD Reprint
Billy Boy
V - Oh, where have you been, Billy boy, Billy boy, Oh where have you been, charming Billy? PD Reprint
V - The miller's big dog lay on the barn floor, And Bingo was his name; B-I-N-G-O, B-I-N-G-O, B-I-N-G-O, And Bingo was his name. PD Reprint
Blue Bells of Scotland
V - Oh! Where, tell me where is your Highland laddie gone? He's gone with streaming banners . . PD Reprint
Bobby Shafto
V - Bobby Shafto's gone to sea, Silver buckles on his knee, He'll come back and marry me, Pretty Bobby Shafto. N - a.k.a. Bobby Shaftoe PD Reprint
Buffalo Gals
V - As I went lumbrin' down de street . . . a lubly gal I chanc'd to meet, Oh! She was fair to view C - Oh, Buffalo Gals will ye come out tonight, come out tonight. . . And dance by de light of de moon? N - Tune for Wheels On The Bus. We can neither confirm nor deny the public domain status of Wheels on the Bus lyrics. PD Reprint
Christmas Day in the Morning
V - Dame get up and bake your pies, bake your pies, on Christmas day in the morningt PD Reprint
Christmas Tree
V - O Christmas tree, O Christmas tree, how faithful are thy leaves, N - German O Tannenbaum, tr. The Fir Tree PD Reprint
ClementineSee Oh My Darling Clementine
Cradle Song - Brahms
V - Lullaby and good night, with roses bedight, With lillies bedecked is baby's wee bed. Lay thee down now and rest, may thy slumber be blest . . . PD Reprint
Cradle Song - Weber
V - Sleep, my heart's darling, in slumber repose. Let the fair lid o'er those blue eyes now close; PD Reprint
Dickory Dickory Dock
V - Dickory, dickory dock; The mouse ran up the clock. The clock struck one, The mouse ran down . . . PD Reprint
Diddle Diddle Dumpling
V - Diddle, diddle dumpling, my son John Went to bed with his stockings on; PD Reprint
Ding Dong Bell
V - Ding Dong bell, Pussy's in the well; Who put here in? Little Johnny Green; Who pulled her out? Big John Stout. PD Reprint
Evening Prayer From Hansel and Gretel
V - When I lay me down to sleep, Angels guard o'er me doth keep; Two on watch are staying, Two are softly praying PD Reprint
Farmer in the Dell
V - The farmer in the dell, The farmer in the dell, High on the derry oh, The farmer in the dell. PD Reprint
Frere Jacque
V - Frere Jacques, Frere Jacques, Dormez-vous? Dormez-vous? Sonnez les matines! Sonnez les matines! Din, dan, don. Din, dan, don. N - Also See: Are You Sleeping? PD Reprint
Frog He Would A Wooing Go
V - A Frog He Would A Wooing Go, m-m, m-m, Whether his mother would let him or no, m-m, m-m. PD Reprint
Georgie Porgie
V - Georgie Porgie, pudding and pie, Kiss'd the girls and made them cry; When the girls cam out to play, Georgie Porgie ran away. PD Reprint
German Cradle Song
V - Sleep, baby sleep. Thy Father tends the sheep; Thy mother shakes the dreamland tree, A little dream falls down for thee, PD Reprint
Go to Sleep Lena Darling
V - Close your eyes, Lena, my darling, While I sing your lullaby; Fear thou no danger, Lena, Move not, dear Lena PD Reprint
Good Morning Merry Sunshine
V - Good morning merry sunshine, How did you wake so soon? You've scared the little stars away PD Reprint
Good Morning To All
V - Good morning to you, Good morning to you, Good morning dear children, Good morning to all. N - Tune and Good Morning to All lyrics are in the public domain. Happy Birthday lyrics were ruled to be in the public domain on 9/22/2015 by the Unites States District Court for the Central District of California. PD Reprint
Goosey Goosey Gander
V - Goosey, goosey gander, Whither shall I wander? Upstairs and downstairs, And in my lady's chamber. PD Reprint
Grandfather's Clock
V - My grandfather's clock was too large for the shelf, So it stood ninety years on the floor; C - Ninety years, without slumbering, (tick tock tick tock, His life seconds numbering PD Reprint
Hey Diddle Diddle
V - 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 after the spoon. PD Reprint
Hickory Dickory Dock
V - Hickory, dickory dock! The mouse ran up the clock. The clock struck one, PD Reprint
Hobby Horse
V - Hop hop hop ! Nimble as a top. Where 'tis smooth and there 'tis stony . . . PD Reprint
Hot Cross Buns
V - Hot Cross Buns! One a pennty, two a penny, Hot Cross Buns. PD Reprint
Humpty Dumpty
V - Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall, All the King's horses and all the King's men . . PD Reprint
Hush Little Baby, Don't You Cry
V - Hush, little baby, don't say a word-- Mammy gwine ter buy you a mockin'-bird! When dat bird begin to sing . . C - . N - PD source for lyrics only. No known PD source for exact melody, but possibly derived from 'Hush Little Baby Don't You Cry'. 1884, F.Belasco (M.H. Rosenfeld) PD Reprint
Hush-A-By Baby
V - Hush-A-By Baby on the tree top, When the wind blows the cradle will rock; PD Reprint
I Love Little Pussy
V - I love little pussy, her coat is so warm, And if I don't hurt her, she''ll do me no harm PD Reprint
I Saw Three Ships
V - I saw three ships come sailing by, on New year's Day in the morning. PD Reprint
I Tisket I TasketSee A-Tisket A-Tasket
I'll Give You a Paper of Pins
V - I'll give to you a paper of pins, For that's the way that love begins PD Reprint
In the Gloaming
V - In the gloaming little children say goodnight to mother dear PD Reprint
Jack and Jill
V - Jack and Jill went up the hill, To fetch a pail of water. Jack fell down . . . PD Reprint
Jack Be Nimble
V - Jack, be nimble, Jack, be quick. Jack, jump over the candle stick. PD Reprint
Jack Spratt
V - Jack Spratt could eat no fat, His wife could eat no lean; PD Reprint
Johnny Had a Little Dog
V - Johnny had a little dog, And Bingo was his name, sir, B I N G O go, Bingo was his name, sir. PD Reprint
V - By Killarney's lakes and fells, Em'rald isles and winding bays, PD Reprint
King of France
V - The King of France with forty thousand men March'd up the hill and then march'd down again. PD Reprint
Kitten Song (Puff!)
V - See Puff - Kitten Song PD Reprint
Lavender's Blue
V - Lavender's blue, diddle, diddle, Lavender's green, When I am king, diddle diddle, You shall be queen. PD Reprint
Lazy Mary Will You Get Up?
V - Lazy Mary will you get up, will you get up, Will you get up today? PD Reprint
Let Your Feet Tramp ! Tramp !
V - Let you feet Tramp ! Tramp ! Let your hands clap, clap, As each one makes a bow, PD Reprint
Lightly Row
V - Lightly row! Lightly row! O'er the glassy waves we go, Smoothly glide! Smoothly glide. On the silent tide. PD Reprint
Little Bo Peep
V - Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep, And can't tell where to find them, Leave them alone, and they'll come home . . . PD Reprint
Little Boy Blue
V - Little boy blue, come blow your horn. The sheep's in the meadow, the cow's in the corn; PD Reprint
Little Cock Sparrow
V - A little cock sparrow sat on a high tree . . . And he chirpped, he chirpped so merrily. N - Alt Verse: A little cock sparrow sat on a green tree, And he chirrup'd and chirrup'd so merry was he. PD Reprint
Little Disaster
V - Once there litved a little man, Where a little river ran, And had a little farm and little dairy O ! PD Reprint
Little Jack Horner
V - Little Jack Horner sat in a corner, Eating a Christmas pie, He put in his thump, And pulled out a plum . . PD Reprint
Little Maid, Pretty Maid
V - Little Maid, Pretty Maid, Whither goest thou? Down in the meadow to milk my cow. PD Reprint
Little Man
V - A tiny little man stands in forest dim, A cunning little mantle he wears on him. Who can this figure be, standing 'neath a forest tree . . . PD Reprint
Little Man and Maid
V - There was a little man, and he wooed a little maid, And he said Little Maid will you wed, wed, wed? PD Reprint
Little Miss Muffet
V - Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet, Eating some curds and whey, PD Reprint
Little Robin Red Breast
V - Little robin red breast sat upon a tree. Up went pussy cat and down went he. PD Reprint
Little Tin Soldier
V - He was a little tin soldier, One little leg had he; She was a little fairy dancer, Bright as bright could be. PD Reprint
Little Tommy Tucker
V - Little Tommy Tucker, Sing for your supper, What shall he sing for? White bread and butter. PD Reprint
London Bridge
V - London bridge is falling down, falling down, My fair lady. PD Reprint
Looby Loo
V - Now we dance looby, looby, looby, Put your right hand in, Put your right hand out. N - Alt Verse: Put your right hands in, Put you right hands out, Then give your right hands a shake, shake, shake, PD Reprint
Looby Loo - 2
V - Put your right hands in, Put you right hands out, Then give your right hands a shake, shake, shake, PD Reprint
V - I know not what spell is enchanting. That makes me sadly inclined. And old strange legend is haunting PD Reprint
Lovely Evening
V - Oh, how lovely is the evening, is the evening, When the bells are sweetly ringing, sweetly ringing, ding, dong, ding, dong, ding, dong. N - Round PD Reprint
Lucy Locket
V - Lucy Locket lost her pocket, Kitty Fisher found it, But ne'er a penny was there in it . . . PD Reprint
Lullaby - 1
V - When little birdie bye bye goes, Quiet as mice in churches, He puts his head where no one knows PD Reprint
Lullaby - 2
V - Lullaby, Do not wake and weep, Softly in the cradle lie, Sleep, O sleep ! PD Reprint
Lullaby from Erminie
V - Dear mother ! In dreams I see her, With lov'd face sweet and calm, And hear her voice with love rejoice C - Bye, bye drowsiness o'er taking, Pretty little eyelids sleep. PD Reprint
Marching Game
V - Let your feet tramp! Tramp! Let your hands clap, clap. As each one makes a bow. PD Reprint
Mary Had A Little Lamb
V - Mary had a little lamb, little lamb, little lamb, Mary had a little lamb, Its fleece was white as snow. PD Reprint
Merrily We Skip Along
V - Merrily we skip along, skip along, skip along . . . Singing gleefully PD Reprint
Mistress Mary Quite Contrary
V - Mistress Mary quite contrary, How does your garden grow? With cockle shells and silver bell . . PD Reprint
Muffin Man
V - O do you know the muffin man, that lives in Drury Lane? PD Reprint
Mulberry Bush
V - Here we go round the mulberry bush, so early in the morning. C - This is the way we wash our hands, wash our hands . . . so early in the morning. N - a.k.a. Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush. Also action song This Is The Way We Wash Our Hands PD Reprint
My Pretty Maid
V - Where are you going to, my pretty maid? I'm going a-milking, sir. PD Reprint
Natural History
V - What are little boys made of? Frogs and snails and puppy dog's tails, And that are little boys made of. PD Reprint
Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep
V - Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray the Lord my soul to keep PD Reprint
Oats Peas Beans and Barley Grow
V - Oats, peas, beans, and barley grow, Can you or I or any one know, How oats peas, beans, and barley grow? PD Reprint
Oh Dear What Can The Matter Be?
V - O Dear ! What can the matter be? Johnny's so long at the fair. PD Reprint
Oh My Darling Clementine
V - In a cavern, in a canyon, excavating for a mine, dwelt a miner, forty-niner, And his daughter, Clementine. C - Ruby lips above the water, Blowing bubbles soft and fine. But alas, I was no swimmer, so I lost my Clementine. N - a.k.a. Oh, My Darling Clementine PD Reprint
Old Hundred
V - All people that on earth do dwell, Sing to the Lord with cheerful voice PD Reprint
Old King Cole
V - Old King Cole was a merry old soul, And a merry old soul was he; PD Reprint
Old Oaken Bucket
V - How dear to my heart are the scense of my childhood, When fond recollections present them to view. PD Reprint
Over the Hills and Far Away ~ Children
V - Tom he was a piper's son, He learnt to play when he was young. PD Reprint
Over the Summer Sea
V - Over the summer sea, with lights gay and free. Join'd by glad minstrelsy, gaily we're forming. N - From Rigoletto La Dona Mobile PD Reprint
V - Pat a cake, pat a cake, baker's man! That I will master as quick as I can. Prick it, nick it and mash it with T . . . PD Reprint
Peas Porridge Hot
V - Pease porridge hot, pease porridge cold, pease porridge in the pot nine days old! N - Also Bean Porridge Hot PD Reprint
Pilgrims' Chorus ~ Tannhauser
V - I joy once more now; O home to behold thee C - All praise to thee eternally. All praise to thee eternally. N - From last act of Tannhauser. Alt Translation: Once more, dear home, I with rapture behold thee, And greet the fields that so sweetly enfold thee PD Reprint
Polly Put the Kettle On
V - Polly put the kettle on, we'll all have tea. Sukey take it off again, They're all gone away. PD Reprint
Pop Goes the Weasel
V - All around the cobbler's bench, The monkey chased the weasel; The monkey tho't twas all in fun, Pop goes the weasel. PD Reprint
Pretty Little Deer
V - Pretty little deer, do not be in fear, Who shall harm you while I'm near? PD Reprint
Pussy Cat Pussy Cat
V - Pussy cat, pussy cat, where have you been? I've been to London to visit the Queen. PD Reprint
Red White and Blue
V - O, Columbia, the gem of the ocean. The home of the brace and the free . . . PD Reprint
Ride a Cock Horse to Banbury Cross
V - 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. PD Reprint
Ring Around A Rosy
V - Ring around a rosy, Sit upon a posy, All the girls in our town, Vote for Uncle Josie. PD Reprint
Rock A Bye Baby
V - Rock a bye baby on the tree top, When the wind blows the cradle will rock PD Reprint
Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep
V - Rock'd in the cradle of the deep, I lay me down in peace to sleep. C - . . . And calm and peaceful is my sleep, Rock'd in the cradle of the deep. PD Reprint
Round and Round the Village
V - Round and round the village, As we have done before. PD Reprint
Row Row Row Your Boat
V - Row, row, row your boat, Gently down the stream.Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, Life is but a dream. PD Reprint
Sailing Sailing
V - Sailing, sailing, over the bound main. For many a stormy wind shall bow, ere Jack comes home again! PD Reprint
See Saw Margery Daw
V - See Saw, Margery Daw, Jack shall have a new master, He shall have but a penny a day, Because he won't work any faster. PD Reprint
Simple Simon
V - Simple Simon met a pieman Going to the fair; Says Simple Simon to the pieman, Let me taste your ware. PD Reprint
Sing a Song of Sixpence
V - Sing a song of six pence, A pocket full of rye. Four and twenty blackbird baked in a pie. PD Reprint
Sister Ruth
V - Dost thou love me, Sister Ruth? Say, say Say! As I fain would speak the truth, Yea, yea, yea. PD Reprint
Six Little Snails
V - Six Little Snails lived in a tree, Johnny threw a big stone, Down came three. PD Reprint
Skip To My Lou
V - Gone Again, Skip to my Lou . . . Stole my partner, Skip to my Lou . . . Many, many verses C - Skip to my Lou, Skip To My Lou, My Darling PD Reprint
Sleep Baby Sleep
V - Sleep, baby, sleep! Thy father guards the sheep, Thy mother shakes the dreamland tree PD Reprint
Sleep My Sweet Baby
V - Sleep, my sweet baby, Happy the dreaming, Bright may the morrow, On thee awaken N - from Il Trovatore PD Reprint
Sleigh Ride
V - Come girls and boys prepare to go, For fun and frolic in the snow. Wrapped up in coats and tippets warm, Why should we fear the wint'ry storm. C - The sleigh is ready, now jump in, Nor put a stop to noisy din, The jingling sleigh bells seem to say Oh! what a joyful winter day. N - This is an Obscure Children's Song. It is NOT the Well Known Sleigh Ride Song, m. LeRoy Anderson 1948, w. Mitchell Parrish,1950 PD Reprint
Soldier Soldier Will You Marry Me?
V - Soldier, soldier, will you marry me, With you knapsack, fife and drum? PD Reprint
Soldier Song
V - A dapple grey horse, and a bright shiny gun; And a stout wooden swore, We will surely have fun PD Reprint
Sparrow on the Tree
V - Com in , you naught bird. The rain is pouring down. What will your mother do, If you sit there and drown? PD Reprint
Spider and the Fly
V - Will you walk into my parlour, said a Spider to a Fly. It is the prettiest parlour that ever you did spy! C - . . .Remember, remember the foolish little fly. N - Based on Poem by Mary Howitt first published in 1828. PD Reprint
Sunday Song
V - Oh, Sunday has come again today, a nose gay in his hat, His eye is mild and cheerful, PD Reprint
Sweet and Low
V - Sweet and Low, sweet and low, Wind of the western sea. PD Reprint
Taffy Was a Welshman
V - Taffy was a Welshman, Taffy was a thief, Taffy came to my house, And stole a piece of beef. PD Reprint
Ten Little Indians
V - One little, two little, three little Indians, Four little, five little, six little Indians, PD Reprint
There Was a Crooked Man
V - There was a crooked man, and he went a crooked mile, He found a crooked sixpence upon a crooked stile. PD Reprint
There Was an Old Woman and What Do You Think ?
V - There was an old woman, and what do you think? She lived upon nothing but victuals and drink; PD Reprint
There's Music in the Air
V - There's music in the air When the infant morn is nigh, And faint its blush is seen On the bright and laughing sky PD Reprint
This Old Man
V - This old man, he played one, he played nick nack on my drum. C - With a nick nack paddy whack, give a dog a bone, this old man cam rolling home. PD Reprint
Three Blind Mice
V - Three blind mice, See how they run! They all ran after the farmer's wife; PD Reprint
Three Crows
V - Three crows were once who sat on a stone. Fal la, la la la la, But two flew away and then there was one, Fl la, la la, la la PD Reprint
Three Little Kittens
V - Once three little kitten they lost their mittens, And they began to cry. Oh, mammy dear, We sadly fear, Our mittens we have lost. What, lost your mittens,l You naughty kittens, Then you shall have no pie. C - Meow, Meow, Meow, Meow, Meow, Meow, Meow. PD Reprint
Three Little Kittens - 1
V - There were three little kittens Put on their mittens To eat some Christmas pie. C - Mew, Mew, Mew, Mew, Mew, Mew, Mew PD Reprint
To Bed To Bed Say Sleepy Head
V - To bed, to bed, says Sleepy Head; let's stay a while says Slow. PD Reprint
To Market To Market
V - To market, to market, to buy a fat pig; Home again, home again, jiggety jig. PD Reprint
Tom The Piper's Son
V - Tom, Tom, the piper's son, stole a pig, and away he run ! The pig was eat, And Tom was beat, Which sent him howling down the street. PD Reprint
Try Try Again
V - Tis a lesson you should heed, Try, try again. If at first you don't succeed, Try try again. PD Reprint
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
V - Twinkle, twinkle, little star; How I wonder what you are. PD Reprint
Welsh Lullaby
V - See All Through the Night PD Reprint
What is Home Without a Mother?
V - What is home without a mother? What are all the joys we meet. When her loving smile no longer Greets the coming of our feet! PD Reprint
When I Was a Lady
V - When I was a lady, a lady, and when I was a lady, a lady was I. PD Reprint
Where Are You Going My Pretty Maid
V - Where are you going to my pretty maid? . . "I'm going a-milking, sir" she said. PD Reprint
Wild Rose
V - Where the wild rose sweetly doth blow, There must I go, Where the birdlings sing soft and low. PD Reprint
Work for the Night is Coming
V - Work for the night is coming, Work through the morning hours, PD Reprint
Yankee Doodle (Nursery Version)
V - Yankee Doodle came to town, Upon a little pony, He stuck a feather in his cap, And called it macaroni. C - Yankee Doodle, doodle do, Yankee Doodle dandy; All the lassies are so smart and sweet as sugar candy. PD Reprint
Yankee Doodle (Patriotic)
V - O, fath'r and I went down to camp Along with Captain Good'in. And there we saw the men and boys as thick as hasty puddin'. C - Yankee Doodle, keep it up, Yankee Doddle dandy, Mind the music and the step and with the girls be handy. PD Reprint

Other PD Children's Songs

TitleV=Verse   C=Chorus   N=Note
w=Words   m=Music
1 - 3   $5 each
4 up   $4 each
Action Song
V - Tell me, my children, and pray answer right. Are hands made to work with or only to fight? PD Reprint
As A Little Child
V - As a little child relies On a care beyond its own, Knows beneath it father's eyes, It is never left alone. PD Reprint
Autumn Song
V - Oh, little bird upon the tree, What will you sing today? Now spring has gone and summer gone, And swallows flown away PD Reprint
Be Kind to the Loved Ones at Home
V - Be kind to thy father, for when thou wert young. Who loved thee so fondly PD Reprint
Bed Time
V - The evening is coming, The sun sinks to rest, The crows are all flying straight home to the nest. PD Reprint
Billy Pringle
V - Billy Pringle Had a little pig. When it was young it was not very big. PD Reprint
Birds in the Night
V - Birds in the night that softly call, Winds in the night that strangely sigh PD Reprint
Bloom My Tiny Violet
V - Bloom my tiny violet by the water mill, Yet a short while longer, Thou'lt be fairer still PD Reprint
V - Sweet bird, thy early note is gay, In woodland or in glade. PD Reprint
Boat Song ~ Children
V - On, we are floating in sunshine and shadow, Soft are the ripples that sing as we go. PD Reprint
Boy and the Cuckoo
V - A little boy went out to shoot one day, And carried his arrows and bow. For guns are dangerous . . . C - Cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo, cuckoo PD Reprint
Brother So Fine
V - Brother so fine, brother so gay, Come do not be angry I pray. PD Reprint
Burial of the Robin
V - Found in the garden, dead in his beauty, Ah! That a robin should die in the spring! PD Reprint
Buttercups and Daisies
V - Buttercups and daisies, Oh the pretty flowers. Coming ere the springtime To tell of sunny hours! PD Reprint
Butterfly's Ball
V - Come little folks hasten, I beg of you all. To the grasshopper's feast and the butterfly's ball PD Reprint
Buy a Broom
V - From Deutschland I come with my light ware all laden, to the land where the blessing of freedom doth bloom; PD Reprint
Bye Bye Here's a Fly
V - Baby bye, here's a fly, We will watch him you and I. How he crawls up the walls, Yet he never falls! PD Reprint
Calendar Song
V - Sixty seconds make a minute, Something sure you can learn in it; Sixty minutes make an hour PD Reprint
Carol Children Carol
V - Carol, children, carol, carol joyfully. Carol the good tidings, O carol merrily. PD Reprint
V - Hey hammer, Ho hammer, hear the steady blow. 'Tis the jolly carpenter, Who's pounding down below. PD Reprint
Charley Over the Water
V - Over the water and over the lea, And over the water to Charley; PD Reprint
Cherries Are Ripe
V - Cherries are ripe. Babies are too young to choose; PD Reprint
Cherries Ripe
V - Cherries ripe, cherries ripe, who will buy my cherries ripe? Berries red . . PD Reprint
Child and the Star
V - Little star that shines so bright, Come and peep at me tonight PD Reprint
Child's Dreamland
V - When the moon is beaming, I'er the waters gleaming, Little ones are dreaming, PD Reprint
Child's Hymn
V - Let children that would fear the Lord, Hear what their teacher say; With rev'rence hear their parent's words, And with delight obey. PD Reprint
Children's Angel
V - In ev'ry land an angel, Goes watching ev'ry where. No one of us may see him and yet we know he's there PD Reprint
Children's Hosanna
V - And when his salvation bringing, To Zion on Jesus came PD Reprint
Chime Again Beautiful Bells
V - Chime again, chime again, beautiful bells. Now thy soft melody floats on the wind PD Reprint
Chinese Lullaby ~ Children
V - Snail, snail, come out and be fed, Put out your horns and then your head PD Reprint
Christmas Carol
V - Kind Christmas comes but once a year, Ring merrily, bells, ding dong! And with it brings right hearty cheer, Ring merrily bells, ding dong! PD Reprint
Christmas Chimes
V - What bells are those, so soft and clear, That fall melodious on my ear? PD Reprint
Christmas Song
V - Ev'ry yeat there comes to us the dear Christchild, Once to earth again With way so meek and mild. PD Reprint
Christmas Voices
V - Voices of the belfry height, pealing forth your merry chimes, Sound upon the winter nights, Melodies of Christmas time. PD Reprint
Cock Robin and Jenny Wren
V - Twas in a merry time, When Jenny Wren was young, So neatly as she danc'd, And so sweetly as she sung. PD Reprint
Come Back Sweet May
V - Come back sweet May, And bid the flowers bloom. The birds sing on the spray PD Reprint
Come Lasses and Lads
V - Come, lasses and lads, get leave of your dads, And away to the Maypole hie, For every fair has a sweetheart there, And the fiddler's standing by. N - a.k.a. Come Lassies and Lads PD Reprint
V - Comrades, comrades, ever since we were boys, Sharing each other's sorrows PD Reprint
V - Thank you pretty cow, that made the pleasant milk to soak my bread PD Reprint
Cradle Hymn
V - Hush, my babe, lie still and slumber, Holy angels guard thy bed. PD Reprint
V - Cuckoo ! Cuckoo! Pretty bird say; Cuckoo! Cuckoo! Prithee, so gay? PD Reprint
Curly Locks
V - Curly locks ! Wilt thou be mine? Thou shalt not wash dishes nor yet feed the swine; PD Reprint
V - Take my head on your shoulder, Daddy. Turn your face to the west. It is just the hour when the sky turns gold. PD Reprint
V - I'm a pretty little thing, Always coming with the spring, in the meadows I am found, Peeping just above the ground PD Reprint
Dance a Baby Diddy
V - Dance a baby diddy! What can mammy do wid'e? Sit in her lap, Give it some pap, PD Reprint
Dance of the Fairies
V - The fairies are dancing, how nimbly they bound, They flit o'er the grass top, they touch not the ground. PD Reprint
Dancing Lesson
V - Brother come and dance with mel Both my hand I'm offering thee, PD Reprint
Darling Go to Rest
V - Evening shades are falling; Time to go to rest, Stars are softly calling Darling to her rest; PD Reprint
Days of Summer Glory
V - Days of summer glory, Days I love to see C - La la la, la la la, la la la, la la la, la la la PD Reprint
Dear Mother Goose
V - O dear Mother Goose, come and take us PD Reprint
Death and Burial of Cock Robin
V - Who kill's Cock Robin? I, said the Sparrow; With my bow and arrow, I kill'd Cock Robin. PD Reprint
Dodo Baby Do
V - Dodo, Baby, Do Now my babe to sleep will go, There the old hen dozes, Over 'neath the roses, PD Reprint
Dog and the Cat
V - Why do you scratch me Pussy, You naughty little thing? Unless you stop Miss Pussy, Another tune you'll sing! PD Reprint
Dolly and Her Mamma
V - Dolly, you're a naughty girl, All you hair is out of curl PD Reprint
V - All people that on earth do dwell, Sing to the Lord with cheerful voice C - Praise God from who all blessings flow. Praise him all creatures here below. Praise him above ye heavenly hosts. Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. PD Reprint
V - When the toys are growing weary and the twilight gathers in, When the nurs'ry still re-echoes to the children's merry din PD Reprint
Eight Little Birds
V - Eight little birds within one nest Were tended thro' the early spring PD Reprint
Evening Hymn
V - Glory to Thee, my God, this night. For all the blessings of the Light. PD Reprint
Evening Prayer
V - As I lay me, weary down to rest. And I close my tired eyes. Father guard me in my bed, 'til morning sun doth rise. PD Reprint
Evening Star
V - O Star of mine high in the sky, Were I a bird to thee I'd fly PD Reprint
Fairy Ring
V - Let us laugh and let us sing, Dancing in a merry ring; We'll be fairies on the green, Playing round the fairy queen. PD Reprint
Fairy Ship
V - A ship, a ship a sailing, a sailing on the sea, And it was deeply laden, With pretty things for me PD Reprint
Faithful Comrade
V - I had a faithful comrade, cone better you'd ne'er fin. And when the drumbeats called to war PD Reprint
V - Shall I show you how the farmer sows his barley and wheat PD Reprint
Farmyard Song
V - Come out, snow white lambkin, come out, calf and cow, come Puss, with your kitten PD Reprint
Feast of Lanterns
V - Tching-a-ring-a-ring-tching, Feast of Lanterns, What a lot of chopsticks, bombs and gongs PD Reprint
Fiddle and I
V - Ah! It was gay, night and day, fair and cloudy weather, fiddle and I PD Reprint
V - Fiddle-de-dee, Fiddle-de-dee, The fly has married the bumble bee. PD Reprint
Flag of the Free
V - Flag of the free, fairest to see, Borne thro' the strife and the thunder of war PD Reprint
Follow Me Full of Glee
V - Children go, to and fro, In a merry pretty row. Footsteps light, faces bright, 'This a happy happy sight C - Singing merrily, merrily, merrily . . . Follow me, full of glee, Singing merrily. PD Reprint
Fox and Goose
V - Fox, you've stolen my great gander, Better bring him back. There's a hunter watching yonder, He is on your track, PD Reprint
French Cradle Song
V - Hush my baby sleep; Soon my little child will slumber, Hush don't even peep PD Reprint
Fritz and Spitz
V - Come, Come, my little Spitz, dear, and sit here, I say! PD Reprint
Frog's Wooing
V - It was the frog lived in the well, Heigh Ho says Rowley PD Reprint
Geography Song
V - Oh, have you heard geography sung? For if you've not, it's on my tongue PD Reprint
German Lullaby
V - Brother, thou and I, We'll sing our lullaby; Hush thee, dear, sing sweet and low, Baby now to rest would go PD Reprint
Girls and Boys Come Out to Play
V - Girls and boys come out to plan, The moon doth shine as bright as day PD Reprint
Gobble Duet
V - I've often seen your pretty sheep, dear. And wonder'd why they are so white, dear. Your turkey gobblers I have watch's dear, N - The Mascot PD Reprint
God Knows All
V - Do you know how many little stars Whine up there in the sky C - God, our Father, He has counted them, An no error does he ever make; PD Reprint
Golden Rule
V - To do to others as I would that they should do to me, Will make me honest kind and good as children ought to be. PD Reprint
Golden Sun
V - The golden sun sinks in the west, the mountain tops retain his beams; The parent bird flies to her nest, PD Reprint
Good Bye Song
V - All our work is over, Busy Hands are thro', Have they been thro' all the day, Loving, kind and true? PD Reprint
Good Night and Good Morning
V - A fair little girl sat under a tree, Sewing as long as her eyes could see. Then smoother her work and folded it right, PD Reprint
Happy Kitten
V - See the happy kitten, playing with the knittin', How she rolls the ball about PD Reprint
Hark ! Hark ! The Dogs Do Bark
V - Hark! Hark! The dogs do bark, Beggars are coming to town; PD Reprint
Haymaking Song
V - Boys and girls come out today, We must go a making hay. Heigh-o, Heigh-o, out a making hay. PD Reprint
Higgilty Piggilty
V - Higgilty Piggilty, my black hen. She lays eggs for gentlemen. PD Reprint
Holy Night
V - Holy night, peaceful night, Thro' the darkness beams a light, Yonder where they sweet vigils keep PD Reprint
Home Home Can I Forget Thee?
V - Home, home, can I forget thee? Dear, dear, dearly lov'd home. C - Home, home, home, home, dearest and happiest home. PD Reprint
How Can I Leave Thee !
V - How can I leave thee! How can I from thee part! Thou only hast my heart PD Reprint
How Gentle God's Commands
V - How gentle God's commands! How kind His precepts are! Come cast your burdens on the Lord PD Reprint
How Happy is the Child
V - How happy is the child who hear, Instruction's warning voice, And who celestial wisdom makes, His early only choice. PD Reprint
How the Wind Blows
V - The wind blows high, The wind blows low; Hither and thither, to and fro; My cradle hands low from the broad branching tree PD Reprint
Humming Top
V - Hum hum goes my top, when on the ground I let it drop PD Reprint
Hunter's Song
V - With his bow and arrow, glist'ning in the sun, Comes the jolly huntsman, Just as day's begun C - La la la, la la la, la la la, la PD Reprint
Hush My Babe
V - Hush, my babe, lie still and slumber, Holy angels guard they bed, PD Reprint
I Had a Little Doggy
V - I had a little doggy that used to sit and beg. But doggy tumbled down the stair and broke his little leg; PD Reprint
I Had A Little Nut Tree
V - I had a little nut tree, nothing would it bear But a silver nutmeg and a golden pear; PD Reprint
I Love the Summer-Time
V - I love the cheerful summer time With all its bud and flow'rs, Its tender grass so green and smooth, Its cool refreshing showers. PD Reprint
I Will Sing a Lullaby
V - Golden slumbers kiss your eyes, Smiles awake you when you rise N - 17th Century PD Reprint
If All the World Were Paper
V - If all the world were paper, And all the sea were ink, And all the tress were bread and cheese, What should be do for drink? PD Reprint
In Happy Moments Day by Day
V - In happy moments day by day, The sand of life will pass PD Reprint
Is John Smith Within ?
V - Is John Smith within? Yes, that he is. Can he set a shoe? Ay, marry two, PD Reprint
Italian Cradle Song
V - Sleep on, O baby dearest, Thou darling of my heart; Thy mother standeth near thee, PD Reprint
Jack Frost
V - See! On the windows old, Jack Frost has come, the winter to stay, Isn't it pretty to see how he marks up the windows with lace work each day. PD Reprint
Jolly Huntsman
V - The jolly huntsman rides his horse thro' all the forest green, As happy as can be. C - Hurrah, Hurrah, the holly huntsman's life for me, he sing so merrily. PD Reprint
Jolly Miller
V - There was a jolly miller once lived on the river Dee, He worked and sang from morn till night, No lark more blithe than he, C - I care for nobody, no, not I, and nobody cares for me. PD Reprint
Jolly Tester
V - Oh, my little six pence, my pretty little six pence, I love six pence better than my life; PD Reprint
July Song
V - In the month of hot July, All things are quite boiling, Red hot sun and cloudless sky, Flow'rs and shrubs are spoiling C - Nature calls, but calls in vain, Sadly is she crying PD Reprint
King Arthur
V - When good King Arthur rules this land, He was a goodly king. PD Reprint
Kitty White
V - Kitty White so slyly comes, To catch the mousie gray; PD Reprint
Lady Moon
V - Lady moon, lady moon, where are you roving? Over the sea. PD Reprint
Last Night
V - Last night the nightingale woke me, Last night when all was still, It sand in the golden moonlight . . . PD Reprint
Lazy Cat
V - Pussy, where have you been today? In the meadows asleep in the hay PD Reprint
Life Let Us Cherish
V - Why are we fond of toil and care, Why choose the rankling thorn to wear C - Life let us cherish, While yet the taper flows PD Reprint
Little Ball
V - Little ball pass along slyly on your way. Pass it very softly along while we are at play; PD Reprint
Little Bird
V - Came a birdie a flying, On my foot he did light, In his bill he's a letter, With greeting so bright. PD Reprint
Little Drummer
V - If I could play in a big brass band, I would plan on the big bass drum PD Reprint
Little Fishermaiden
V - Little fisher maiden, Skies with storms are laden. Tempt no more alone the sea, Danger's waiting there for thee. PD Reprint
Little Girls' Good Night
V - Past eight o'clock and it's bedtime for dolly. Past eight o'clock and it's bedtime for me. C - Good night papa! Good night mama! Good night to all the rest. PD Reprint
Little Jumping Joan
V - Here I am, little jumping Joan; When no-boby's with me, I'm always alone. PD Reprint
Little Lamb
V - On the grassy meadow, where the violet's seen PD Reprint
Little Patriot's Salute
V - Our country, 'tis so grand you see, Because it's home to you and me. PD Reprint
Little Sally Waters
V - Little Sally Waters, sitting in the sun, Crying and weeping for a young man PD Reprint
Little Things
V - Little drops of water, Little grains of sand, Make the mighty ocean, And the beauteous land PD Reprint
Little Woman
V - There was a little woman, as I've heard say. Fol, lol, diddle, diddle, dol; She went to market, Her eggs for to sell, PD Reprint
Lost Doll
V - I once had a sweet little doll, dears. The prettiest doll in the world. PD Reprint
Lovely May
V - Lovely May, Lovely May, Makes the world all fresh and gay, Sunshine here, sunshine there, Flowers everywhere PD Reprint
Lullaby Baby
V - Lullaby, baby, While the hours run, Fair may the day be, When night is done PD Reprint
Maggie's Pet
V - Sweet Maggie had a little bird, and PD Reprint
Man in the Moon
V - The Man in the Moon came down too soon, And asked his way to Norwich PD Reprint
May Day Song
V - Under the May pole gay, Merrily dancing we, Land here with lassies play, Over the grassy lea; PD Reprint
Merrily Merrily Sing
V - Improve the passing hours, For time is on the wing. Sip honey from the flowers, And merrily merrily sing PD Reprint
Merry Swiss Boy
V - Come arouse thee, arouse them, my brave Swiss boy. Take thy pail to the labor away. PD Reprint
Mill Wheel
V - The mill wheels are clapping, the brook turn them round, Klip, Klap! By day and by nights is the grain being ground, Klip, klap! PD Reprint
Miss Jenny Jones
V - We've come to see Miss Jenny Jones, And how is she today? PD Reprint
Morning Song
V - Awake from sweetest slumber, And strengthen'd thorough our rest PD Reprint
Mother May I Go Out to Swim?
V - Mother may I go out to swim? Yes, my darling daughter. Hang your clothes on the hickory limb, but don't go near the water! PD Reprint
Mother Tababbyskins
V - Sitting at a window, In her cloak and hat, I saw Mother Tabbysking, The real old cat! C - . . .I will tell the moral without any fuss . . .For all doctors are not mice. Some are dogs, you see! PD Reprint
Mowing the Hay
V - Come, lads and lassies, stir about, while still the weather's gay. PD Reprint
Mrs. Bond
V - Oh, what have you got for dinner, Mrs. Bond? There's beef in the larder and ducks in the pond. PD Reprint
Mud Pies
V - Tell me, little housewives, playing in the sun, How many minutes till the cookin's done? PD Reprint
Musical Alphabet
V - Come, dear mother, hear me say. What I can of ABC. ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV W(double-you) and XYZ PD Reprint
My Dolly
V - My dolly lies here in her cradle, She sleeping so calm and so sweet. C - Lullaby, lullaby, sleep, little dolly of mine PD Reprint
My Lady Wind
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My Lady's Garden
V - How does my lady's garden grow? With silver bells, and cockle shells, and pretty maids all in a row. PD Reprint
My Pony
V - When I was a lad, I had cause to be sad, A very good friend I did lose. PD Reprint
Neapolitan Cradle Song
V - Sleep on. O Baby dearest, Thou darling of my heart, Thy mother watcheth near thee, All her love and joy thou art! PD Reprint
New Year Carol
V - Come thou with me, And climb the moor, Its path is free, Now night is o'er; C - O Haiul to thee, Hail! New Year with rosy wings; Touch thou the world and bid the sacred springs PD Reprint
New Year Song
V - Upon the first day of the year, it seems to me, my children dear, That if you cou,d you really shoud, Be very good C - Until this very day next year, this very day next year. PD Reprint
Nineteen Birds
V - Nineteen birds and one bird more, Just make twenty and that's a score. PD Reprint
North Wind
V - When the north wind keenly blows, Very red is Baby;s nose. Very cold are Baby's toes PD Reprint
North Wind Doth Blow
V - The North wind doth blow, and we shall have snow PD Reprint
Nurse's Song
V - Dance a baby, diddy, What can Mammy do wid 'e? Sit in a lap, Give it some pap, And dance a baby diddy. PD Reprint
O Come Come Away
V - On come, come away from labor now reposing. Let busy care awhile forbear, Oh, come, come away PD Reprint
O Hush Thee My Baby
V - Oh, hust thee , my baby, thy sire was a knight, They mother a lady, both lovely and bright. PD Reprint
O Sing God's Praise in Winter Too
V - O sing God's praise in winter, too, He is so good and kind PD Reprint
O Thou Joyful Day
V - O Thou Joyful day, O thou blessed day, Holy, peaceful Christmas tide ! PD Reprint
October Song
V - In the sad month of October, baby toddles up and down, Red cheeks shining 'mid the dead leaves, Such a glow if red and brown PD Reprint
Old Gaelic Lullaby
V - Hush! The waves are rolling in, White with foam; Father toils amid the din PD Reprint
Old Man Clothed in Leather
V - One misty, moisty morning, When cloudy was the weather, O there I met an old man, Clothed all in leather. PD Reprint
Old Mother Toad
V - Over the meadow, In the sand, in the sun, Lived an old mother toad, And her little toadie one. PD Reprint
Old Santa Claus
V - Old Santa Claus sat all alone, his pipe upon is knee. C - Santa Claus who fears no danger, Overall all the world a ranger, Ev'rywhere a welcome stranger PD Reprint
Old Woman in a Basket
V - There was an old woman toseed up in a basket Seventy times as high as the moon; PD Reprint
Once I Saw a Rose
V - Once I saw a sweet brier rose, All so freely blooming, Bathed with dew and blushing fair, Gently waved by balmy air. PD Reprint
Our Baby
V - Cheeks of rose, tiny toes, Has out little baby; Eyes of blue, fingers too, Cunning all as may be. PD Reprint
Our Flag is There
V - Our flag is there, We'll greet it with three loud huzzas. Our flag is there, Behold the glorious stripes and stars! PD Reprint
Our Land Oh Lord
V - Our land, O Lord, with song of praise, Shall in they strength rejoice PD Reprint
Over the Stars There Is Rest
V - Over the stars there is rest! Suffer in patience confiding, Life with its trial and chiding PD Reprint
Palms The
V - O'er all the way green palms and blossoms gay, Are strewn this day is festal preparation PD Reprint
Play Time
V - Here we stand, hand in hand, Ready for our exercise, Heads upright, with delight PD Reprint
Plough Boy in Luck
V - My daddy is dead, but I can't tell you how; He left me six horses to follow the plough. PD Reprint
Polish May Song
V - May is here, the world rejoices, Earth puts on her smiles to greet her; Gove and field lift up their voices Leaf and flow'r come forth to meet her C - Happy May, blithesome May. Winter's reign has pass'd away PD Reprint
Poor Dog Bright
V - Poor dog Bright, Ran off with al lhis might, Because the cat was after him, Poor dog Bright. PD Reprint
Prayer - Freischutz
V - Softly sighs the voice of evening, Stealing thro' 'yon shady willow grove PD Reprint
Puff! (Kitten Song)
V - There once liv'd a pretty young kitten call'd Puff, The prettiest kitten e'er seen PD Reprint
Remember Thy Creator
V - Remember thy Creator now, In these thy youthful days PD Reprint
Robin Robin
V - Dear little Robin, perch's up in a tree. Chirping and hopping so happy and free. PD Reprint
Robinson Crusoe
V - I ride my pony everywhere, You'd know him by his shaggy hair. PD Reprint
Sail Boat
V - Upon our little lake the tiny sail boar skims along, with its sails so full of air PD Reprint
Sandman Comes
V - The Sandman comes, He has such pretty snow white sand, and well he's known throughout the land PD Reprint
Scarlet Sarafan
V - Sew now, O my mother dear, on the red Sarafan, Useless would thy labor be, so use not up they strength PD Reprint
Scenes That Are Brightest
V - Scenes that are brightest will charm us a while, Hearts that are lightest, and eyes that smile. PD Reprint
Scotch Lullaby
V - See Oh, Hush Thee, My Baby PD Reprint
See the Happy Kitten
V - See the happy kitten, playing with the knittin'. How she rolls the ball about. PD Reprint
V - There's Polly and Johnny and Kitty and Jane, All running to get on the see-saw again. C - See saw See saw, now we're up or down . . . Now we're off to London town PD Reprint
Sheep and the Boy
V - Lazy sheep, pray tell me why, In the pleasant fields you lie PD Reprint
Signals of Time
V - There's a time for everything they say, A time for work and a time for play . . . PD Reprint
Silent Falling Snow
V - In flakes of a feathery white, 'Tis falling so gently and slow PD Reprint
Sing a Song of Twilight
V - Sing a song at twilight, when the lights are low. And the flick'ring shadows softly come and go. PD Reprint
Sing Gaily Sing
V - Sing, gaily sing! Let gladness round us ring. This little simple, cheerful lay, Shall be our parting song today. PD Reprint
Singing in the Rain
V - Where the elm tree branches, By the rain are stirred, Careless of the shower, Swings a little bird. N - Please note this is a Children's Song. It is NOT the song from the 1952 movie 'Singing In The Rain' starring Gene Kelley PD Reprint
Sleep O Sleep !
V - Sleep, O Sleep! While breezes so softly are blowing; Sleep O Sleep While streamlets so gently are flowing PD Reprint
Sleep Sleep My Darling
V - Sleep, sleep my darling, sleep peacefully, Mother is watching, praying for thee. PD Reprint
Slumber Song
V - Be hushed, my dear, thy mother's near, Thou needst no longer weep; PD Reprint
Slumber Song ~ Kucken
V - All is still in sweetest rest, Be they sleep serenely blest PD Reprint
Snow Man
V - Come out, dear Dolly and make a snow man. Ha! Ha! Ever so big. PD Reprint
Soft Music is Stealing
V - Soft, soft, music is stealing. Sweet, sweet lingers the strain, Loud, loud, now it is pealing PD Reprint
Soldier Boy
V - Soldier boy, soldier boy, where are you going, Waving so proudly the Red, White, and Blue. PD Reprint
Song of the Bells
V - Ding, dong, ding, dong, ding, dong, merrily it's ringing over hill and dell . . . Listen to the bell C - Ding, dong, ding, dong, ding, dong, bell PD Reprint
Song of the Moon
V - Who has a flock of stars up in the sky so high? The moon which sheds its golden beams As it foes floating by. PD Reprint
Spring Gentle Spring !
V - Spring Spring gentle Spring! Youngest season of the year, Hither haste, and with thee bring PD Reprint
Spring's Message
V - Cuckoo, Cuckoo, calls from the tree, Now let us sing and dance and be merry PD Reprint
V - The hyacinth and daffodil are shining in the bed. Untouch'd upon the window sill PD Reprint
Squirrel Loves a Pleasant Chase
V - The squirrel loves a pleasant chase, Tra la la la la, To catch him you must run a race C - Hold out your hands and we will see, Which of the two will quicker be! PD Reprint
Summer is Coming!
V - No more frosts and no more snows! No more chilblains on one's toes PD Reprint
Sunset Song
V - Oh! Thou golden sunset, Beautiful to see, Ever thy bright gleams will seem glorious to me. PD Reprint
Sweet Dreamland Faces
V - Sweet dreamland faces, How they come and go, There in the firelight, flitting to and fro. PD Reprint
Sweet Song-Bird
V - Merry of heart, ye song birds. Merry of heart to day. Far thro' the golden sunshine. Far on you gladsome way. PD Reprint
There is Joy in Ev'ry Day
V - There is joy in every day, In our work and in our play. PD Reprint
There Was A Man in Our Town
V - There was a main in our town, And he was wondrous wise; PD Reprint
Thievish Mouse
V - A story sad I've got to tell about a little Mouse With bright brown eyes who used to scamper PD Reprint
Three Children Sliding
V - Three children sliding on the ice, All on a summer's day PD Reprint
Three Little Mice
V - Three little mice crept out to see What they could find to have for tea PD Reprint
Three Little Pigs
V - A jolly old sow once lived in a sty, And three little piggies had she, And she waddled about saying Umph Umph Umph PD Reprint
To Baby Land
V - How many miles to babyland? Any one can tell; Up one flight, to your right, Please to ring the bell. PD Reprint
To My Little Flower
V - Someone gave to me a flower, And I placed it in a bower, Where the birdies come and sing, Sitting round it in a ring. PD Reprint
V - The tree's early leafbuds were bursting their brown, Shall I taken them away? Said the Frost sweeping down. PD Reprint
Uncle John is Very Sick
V - Uncle John is very sick, what shall we send him? Three good wishes, three good kisses, PD Reprint
Upon a Lowly Manger
V - Upon a lowly manger, Our Lord was laid, they say. While angel voices sang his praise grom Heaven far away. PD Reprint
Vacation Days
V - Ho, ho, vacation days are here. Tra la tra la tra la. We welcome them with C - Tra la tra la tra la PD Reprint
We Come to See Miss Jennie Jones
V - We come to see Miss Jennie Jones, How is she today? PD Reprint
We'll All Go a-Singing
V - I will sing the first part, I'll be number two, I will take the third, and the fourth I'll try to do. PD Reprint
Welcome Sweet Springtime !
V - Welcome, sweet springtime, We greet thee in song, Murmurs of gladness fall on the ear C - Balmy and life-breathing, breezes are blowing, Swiftly to nature new vigor bestowing. PD Reprint
Welcome to Spring
V - All the birds so gaily sing of the joys of springtime. Never did we hear such songs, PD Reprint
Were I a Little Bird
V - Were I a little bird, I would then fly away Over the sea PD Reprint
What Care We for Gold ?
V - What care we for gold or silver? What care we for house or land? What care we for ships on the ocean, PD Reprint
When the Snow Is on the Ground
V - When the snow is on the ground, Little Robin Red Breast grieves. PD Reprint
When the Swallows Homeward Fly
V - When the swallows homeward fly, When the roses scatter'd lie, When from neither hill nor dale PD Reprint
Which Way Does the Wind Blow
V - Which way does the wind blow, And where does he go? He rides o'er the water, And over the snow. PD Reprint
Whittington For Ever
V - Whittington for ever, Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah! Lord Mayor of London. Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah! C - Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah! PD Reprint
Will You Walk A Little Faster ?
V - Will you walk a little faster, said a whiting to a snail. There's a porpoise close behind me PD Reprint
Winkum, Winkum
V - Winkum winkum, shut your eye. Sweet my baby lullaby. For the dew are falling soft PD Reprint
Winter Good Bye!
V - Winter, goodbye. We'll never sigh, For now come joyous spring, when all the birds will sing. PD Reprint
Work and Play
V - Here at school we gather daily. And we learn the Golden Rule. Still aspiring, Never tiring, That is what we learn at school. PD Reprint
Would You Know ?
V - Would you know the baby's skies? Baby's skies are mamma's eyes PD Reprint
Young Recruit
V - Ev'ry boy would be a soldier, He must learn to shoot a gun, Then his training's just begun. PD Reprint
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