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(whimsical chiming) (“Ten Little Buses”) ♫ One little, two little,
three little buses ♫ Four little, five
little, six little buses ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little buses ♫ 10 little buses ♫ One little, two little,
three little buses ♫ Four little, five
little, six little buses ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little buses ♫ 10 little buses ♫ One little, two little,
three little buses ♫ Four little, five
little, six little buses ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little buses ♫ 10 little buses (“Wheels on the Bus”) ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ Round and round, round and round ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ All through the town ♫ The tyre on the bus goes hiss ♫ The tyre on the bus
goes hiss, hiss, hiss ♫ All through the town ♫ The driver on the bus said don’t worry ♫ Don’t worry, don’t worry ♫ The driver on the bus said don’t worry ♫ All through the town ♫ The elephant on the
bus goes push, push, push ♫ Push, push, push, push, push, push ♫ The elephant on the
bus goes push, push, push ♫ All through the town ♫ The people on the bus have found a spare ♫ Found a spare, found a spare ♫ The people on the bus have found a spare ♫ All through the town ♫ The lion on the bus goes jack it up ♫ Jack it up, jack it up ♫ The lion on the bus goes jack it up ♫ All through the town ♫ The wheels on the bus go round again ♫ Round again, round again ♫ The wheels on the bus go round again ♫ All through the town – [Girl] Wow, he’s so handsome. – [Girl] He’s so lovely. (“Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star”) ♫ Twinkle, twinkle little star ♫ How I wonder what you are ♫ Up above the world so high ♫ Like a diamond in the sky ♫ Twinkle, twinkle little star ♫ How I wonder what you are ♫ 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 (“Ten Little Animals”) ♫ One little, two little,
three little pandas ♫ Four little, five
little, six little pandas ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little pandas ♫ 10 little pandas ♫ One little, two little,
three little kittens ♫ Four little, five
little, six little kittens ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little kittens ♫ 10 little kittens ♫ One little, two little,
three little monkeys ♫ Four little, five
little, six little monkeys ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little monkeys ♫ 10 little monkeys (“Baa Baa Black Sheep”) ♫ Baa baa black sheep have you any wool ♫ Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full ♫ One for the master, one for the dame ♫ And one for the little
boy who lives down the lane ♫ Baa baa black sheep have you any wool ♫ Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full ♫ One for the master, one for the dame ♫ And one for the little
boy who lives down the lane (“Six Little Ducks”) ♫ Six little ducks that I once knew ♫ Fat ones, skinny ones, fair ones too ♫ But the one little duck
with a feather on his back ♫ He led the others with
a quack, quack, quack ♫ Quack, quack, quack ♫ Quack, quack, quack ♫ He led the others with
a quack, quack, quack ♫ Down to the river they would go ♫ Wibble, wobble,
wibble, wobble to and fro ♫ But the one little duck
with the feather on his back ♫ He led the others with
a quack, quack, quack ♫ Quack, quack, quack ♫ Quack, quack, quack ♫ He led the others with
a quack, quack, quack ♫ Back from the river they would come ♫ Wibble, wobble, wibble,
wobble ho, hum, hum ♫ But the one little duck
with the feather on his back ♫ He led the others with
a quack, quack, quack ♫ Quack, quack, quack ♫ Quack, quack, quack ♫ He led the others with
a quack, quack, quack (“10 Little Dinosaurs”) ♫ One little, two little,
three little dinosaurs ♫ Four little, five little,
six little dinosaurs ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little dinosaurs ♫ 10 little dinosaurs ♫ One little, two little,
three little dinosaurs ♫ Four little, five little,
six little dinosaurs ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little dinosaurs ♫ 10 little dinosaurs ♫ 10 little, nine little,
eight little dinosaurs ♫ Seven little, six little,
five little dinosaurs ♫ Four little, three
little, two little dinosaurs ♫ One little dinosaur ♫ One little, two little,
three little dinosaurs ♫ Four little, five little,
six little dinosaurs ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little dinosaurs ♫ 10 little dinosaurs ♫ One little, two little,
three little dinosaurs ♫ Four little, five little,
six little dinosaurs ♫ Seven little, eight
little, nine little dinosaurs ♫ 10 little dinosaurs (“Five Little Monsters”) ♫ Five little monsters jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more monsters jumping on the bed ♫ Four little monsters jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more monsters jumping on the bed ♫ Three little monsters jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more monsters jumping on the bed ♫ Two little monsters jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more monsters jumping on the bed ♫ One little monster jumping on the bed ♫ He fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more monsters jumping on the bed (“Ring Around the Rosy”) – Let’s play the ring
around the rosy game. – Let’s hold hands. ♫ Ring around the rosy ♫ Pocket full of posies ♫ Ashes, ashes ♫ We all fall down ♫ Ring around the rosy ♫ Pocket full of posies ♫ Ashes, ashes ♫ We all fall down ♫ Feel the lovely sunshine ♫ Flowers all around ♫ Hop a little ♫ Hop right off the ground ♫ Feel the lovely sunshine ♫ Flowers all around ♫ Jump a little ♫ Jump right off the ground ♫ Ring around the rosy ♫ Pocket full of posies ♫ Ashes, ashes ♫ We all fall down ♫ Ring around the rosy ♫ Pocket full of posies ♫ Ashes, ashes ♫ We all fall down ♫ Feel the lovely sunshine ♫ Flowers all around ♫ Hop a little ♫ Hop right off the ground ♫ Feel the lovely sunshine ♫ Flowers all around ♫ Jump a little ♫ Jump right off the ground (“Rock-A-Bye Baby”) ♫ Rock-a-bye baby, on the treetop ♫ When the wind blows,
the cradle will rock ♫ If the bough breaks,
the cradle will fall ♫ But mama will catch you, cradle and all ♫ Baby is drowsy, cosy and fair ♫ Mother sits near in her rocking chair ♫ Forward and back the cradle she swings ♫ And though baby sleeps,
he hears what she sings ♫ Hush-a-bye baby up in the sky ♫ On a soft cloud it’s easy to fly ♫ Angels keep watch over as you sleep ♫ So hush-a-bye baby don’t make a peep ♫ Rock-a-bye baby, do not you fear ♫ Never, my baby, mother is near ♫ Wee little fingers, eyes are shut tight ♫ Now sound asleep until morning light (“ABC Train”) (train horn blaring) ♫ A ♫ B ♫ C ♫ D ♫ E ♫ F ♫ G ♫ H ♫ I ♫ J ♫ K ♫ L ♫ M ♫ N ♫ O ♫ P ♫ Q ♫ R ♫ S ♫ T ♫ U ♫ V ♫ W ♫ X ♫ Y ♫ Z (“Farmer in the Dell”) ♫ The farmer in the dell ♫ The farmer in the dell ♫ Heigh ho the derry-o ♫ The farmer in the dell ♫ The farmer takes a cow ♫ The farmer takes a cow ♫ Heigh ho the derry-o ♫ The farmer takes a cow ♫ The cow takes the pig ♫ The cow takes the pig ♫ Heigh ho the derry-o ♫ The cow takes the pig ♫ The pig takes the dog ♫ The pig takes the dog ♫ Heigh ho the derry-o ♫ The pig takes the dog ♫ The dog takes the cat ♫ The dog takes the cat ♫ Heigh ho the derry-o ♫ The dog takes the cat ♫ The cat takes a mouse ♫ The cat takes a mouse ♫ Heigh ho the derry-o ♫ The cat takes a mouse ♫ The mouse takes the cheese ♫ The mouse takes the cheese ♫ Heigh ho the derry-o ♫ The mouse takes the cheese (“Open Shut Them”) ♫ Open, shut, and open, shut ♫ Then clap a little, clap, clap, clap ♫ Open, shut, and open, shut ♫ Then clap them in your lap, lap, lap ♫ Creep and crawl them,
creep and crawl them ♫ Move them to your chin, chin, chin ♫ Open wide your little mouth ♫ But do not let them in, in, in ♫ Open, shut, and open, shut ♫ Then clap a little, clap, clap, clap ♫ Open, shut, and open, shut ♫ Then clap them in your lap, lap, lap ♫ Creep and crawl them,
creep and crawl them ♫ Move them to your chin, chin, chin ♫ Open wide your little mouth ♫ But do not let them in, in, in (“A Sailor Went to Sea”) ♫ A sailor went to sea, sea, sea ♫ To see what she could see, see, see ♫ But all that she could see, see, see ♫ Was the bottom of the
deep blue sea, sea, sea ♫ A sailor went to sea, sea, sea ♫ To see what she could see, see, see ♫ But all that she could see, see, see ♫ Was the yellow fish
swimming in the sea, sea, sea ♫ A sailor went to sea, sea, sea ♫ To see what she could see, see, see ♫ But all that she could see, see, see ♫ Was the funny pig skipping
in the sea, sea, sea ♫ A sailor went to sea, sea, sea ♫ To see what she could see, see, see ♫ But all that she could see, see, see ♫ Was the friendly cow
jumping in the sea, sea, sea ♫ A sailor went to sea, sea, sea ♫ To see what she could see, see, see ♫ But all that she could see, see, see ♫ Was the spider spinning
in the sea, sea, sea ♫ The sailor went to sea, sea, sea ♫ To see what she could see, see, see ♫ But all that she could see, see, see ♫ Were the friends gathering
in the sea, sea, sea (“Happy Birthday Song”) ♫ It’s your birthday, happy birthday ♫ It’s your special day ♫ It’s your birthday, happy birthday ♫ It’s your birthday today ♫ Oh happy birthday ♫ It’s your special day, happy birthday ♫ It’s your birthday, happy birthday ♫ It’s your special day ♫ It’s your birthday, happy birthday ♫ It’s your birthday today ♫ Oh happy birthday ♫ It’s your special day, happy birthday ♫ Happy birthday (“Five Little Speckled Frogs”) – [Girl] One, two, three, four, five ♫ Five little speckled
frogs sat on a speckled log ♫ Eating some most
delicious bugs, yum, yum ♫ One jumped into the pool ♫ Where it was nice and cool ♫ Now there are four green
speckled frogs, glub, glub One, two, three, four. ♫ Four little speckled
frogs sat on a speckled log ♫ Eating some most
delicious bugs, yum, yum ♫ One jumped into the pool ♫ Where it was nice and cool ♫ Now there are three green
speckled frogs, glub, glub One, two, three. ♫ Three little speckled frogs ♫ Sat on a speckled log ♫ Eating some most
delicious bugs, yum, yum ♫ One jumped into the pool ♫ Where it was nice and cool ♫ Now there are two green
speckled frogs, glub, glub One, two. ♫ Two little speckled frogs ♫ Sat on a speckled log ♫ Eating some most
delicious bugs, yum, yum ♫ One jumped into the pool ♫ Where it was nice and cool ♫ Now there is one green
speckled frog, glub, glub One. ♫ One little speckled frog ♫ Sat on a speckled log ♫ Eating some most
delicious bugs, yum, yum ♫ He jumped into the pool ♫ Where it was nice and cool ♫ Now there are no green
speckled frogs, glub, glub (“Five Little Monkeys”) ♫ Five little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the doctor ♫ And the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ Four little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped her head ♫ Mother called the doctor ♫ And the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ Three little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped her head ♫ Mother called the doctor ♫ And the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ Two little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the doctor ♫ And the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ One little monkey jumping on the bed ♫ He fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the doctor ♫ And the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed (“Three Little Kittens”) ♫ Three little kittens,
they lost their mittens ♫ And they began to cry ♫ Oh mother dear, we sadly fear ♫ Our mittens we have lost – What? ♫ Lost your mittens, you naughty kittens ♫ Then you shall have no pie ♫ Meow, meow, meow, meow ♫ We shall have no pie ♫ Three little kittens,
they lost their mittens ♫ And they began to cry ♫ Oh mother dear, we sadly fear ♫ Our mittens we have lost – What? ♫ Lost your mittens, you naughty kittens ♫ Then you shall have no pie ♫ Meow, meow, meow, meow ♫ We shall have no pie ♫ Three little kittens,
they lost their mittens ♫ And they began to cry ♫ Oh mother dear, we sadly fear ♫ Our mittens we have lost – What? ♫ Lost your mittens, you naughty kittens ♫ Then you shall have no pie ♫ Meow, meow, meow, meow ♫ We shall have no pie ♫ The three little kittens,
they found their mittens ♫ Lying on the road ♫ Oh mother dear, see here, see here ♫ Our mittens we have found – What? ♫ Put on your mittens, you silly kittens ♫ And you shall have some pie ♫ Meow, meow, meow, meow ♫ Oh let us have some pie (“Hot Cross Buns”) ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ One a penny ♫ Two a penny ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ If you have no daughters ♫ Give them to your sons ♫ One a penny ♫ Two a penny ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ One a penny ♫ Two a penny ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ If you have no daughters ♫ Give them to your sons ♫ One a penny ♫ Two a penny ♫ Hot cross buns (“Swimming Song”) ♫ Let’s go swimming, it’s so much fun ♫ To play in the water with everyone ♫ Let’s go swimming, it’s really fun to do ♫ It’s true ♫ We can swim on our
backs, swim on our sides ♫ Paddle all around, make a splash so high ♫ We could swim at the pool ♫ Or swim in the sea ♫ And you can really have a great time ♫ Just wait and see what you can do ♫ Oh yeah ♫ Let’s go swimming, it’s so much fun ♫ To play in the water with everyone ♫ Let’s go swimming, it’s really fun to do ♫ It’s true ♫ We can swim on our
backs, swim on our sides ♫ Paddle all around, make a splash so high ♫ We could swim at the pool ♫ Or swim in the sea ♫ And you can really have a great time ♫ Just wait and see what you can do ♫ Oh yeah (“Wash Hands Song”) ♫ When it’s time to eat, I wash my hands ♫ After playing outside, I wash my hands ♫ When I sneeze or cough ♫ When I pee or poop, I wash my hands ♫ When it’s time to eat, I wash my hands ♫ After playing outside, I wash my hands ♫ When I sneeze or cough ♫ When I pee or poop, I wash my hands (“Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star”) ♫ Twinkle, twinkle, little star ♫ How I wonder what you are ♫ Up above the world so high ♫ Like a diamond in the sky ♫ Twinkle, twinkle little star ♫ How I wonder what you are ♫ 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 (“The Grand Old Duke of York”) ♫ Oh the grand old Duke of York ♫ He had ten thousand men ♫ He marched them up
to the top of the hill ♫ And he marched them down again ♫ And when they were up they were up ♫ And when they were down they were down ♫ And when they were only half way up ♫ They were neither up nor down ♫ Oh the grand old Duke of York ♫ He had ten thousand men ♫ He marched them up
to the top of the hill ♫ And he marched them down again ♫ And when they were up they were up ♫ And when they were down they were down ♫ And when they were only half way up ♫ They were neither up nor down (applause) (“If You’re Happy and You Know It”) ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it, clap your hands ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it, clap your hands ♫ If you’re happy and you know it ♫ And you really want to show it ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it, clap your hands ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it, stomp your feet ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it, stomp your feet ♫ If you’re happy and you know it ♫ And you really want to show it ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it, stomp your feet ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it, shout hooray ♫ Hooray ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it, shout hooray ♫ Hooray ♫ If you’re happy and you know it ♫ And you really want to show it ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it, shout hooray ♫ Hooray ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it, do all three ♫ Hooray ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it, do all three ♫ Hooray ♫ If you’re happy and you know it ♫ And you really want to show it ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it, do all three ♫ Hooray – Are you ready to go faster? ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it, clap your hands ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it, clap your hands ♫ If you’re happy and you know it ♫ And you really want to show it ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it, clap your hands ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it, stomp your feet ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it, stomp your feet ♫ If you’re happy and you know it ♫ And you really want to show it ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it, stomp your feet – Faster ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it, shout hooray ♫ Hooray ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it, shout hooray ♫ Hooray ♫ If you’re happy and you know it ♫ And you really want to show it ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it, shout hooray ♫ Hooray ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it, do all three ♫ Hooray ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it, do all three ♫ Hooray ♫ If you’re happy and you know it ♫ And you really want to show it ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it, do all three ♫ Hooray (“Little Bo Peep”) ♫ Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep ♫ And doesn’t know where to find her ♫ Leave her alone and she’ll come home ♫ Wagging her tail behind her ♫ Little Bo Peep, she
searched for her sheep ♫ But didn’t much know how to find her ♫ She looked everywhere,
from here to there ♫ But still didn’t know where to find her ♫ Little Bo Peep, she
searched for her sheep ♫ But didn’t much know how to find her ♫ She looked everywhere,
from here to there ♫ But still didn’t know where to find her ♫ Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep ♫ And doesn’t know where to find her ♫ Leave her alone and she’ll come home ♫ Wagging her tail behind her (“Little Miss Muffet”) ♫ Little Miss Muffet ♫ Sat on a tuffet ♫ Eating her curds and whey ♫ Along came a spider ♫ Who sat down beside her ♫ And frightened Miss Muffet away ♫ 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 ♫ 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 (“Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes”) ♫ Head, shoulders, knees, and toes ♫ Knees and toes ♫ Head, shoulders, knees, and toes ♫ Knees and toes ♫ Eyes and ears and mouth and nose ♫ Head, shoulders, knees, and toes ♫ Knees and toes – [Woman] Excellent work, guys. This time, leave out the word, head. ♫ Shoulders, knees, and toes ♫ Knees and toes ♫ Shoulders, knees, and toes ♫ Knees and toes ♫ And eyes and ears and mouth and nose ♫ Shoulders, knees, and toes ♫ Knees and toes – [Woman] Brilliant job. This time, leave out the
words, head and shoulders. ♫ Knees and toes, knees and toes ♫ Knees and toes, knees and toes ♫ And eyes and ears and mouth and nose ♫ Knees and toes, knees and toes – [Woman] You’re doing really great. Now you need to leave out the words head, shoulders, and knees. ♫ And toes, and toes ♫ And toes, and toes ♫ And eyes and ears and mouth and nose ♫ And toes, and toes – [Woman] You’ve done so brilliantly. Last time now, bring back all the words. ♫ Head, shoulders, knees, and toes ♫ Knees and toes ♫ Head, shoulders, knees, and toes ♫ Knees and toes ♫ Eyes and ears and mouth and nose ♫ Head, shoulders, knees, and toes ♫ Knees and toes (“Colours and Objects”) ♫ The ball is red, red, red ♫ The bus is blue, blue, blue ♫ The grass is green, green, green ♫ The boat is yellow, yellow, yellow ♫ The flowers are orange, orange, orange ♫ The books are purple, purple, purple ♫ The dress is pink, pink, pink ♫ The crayon is brown, brown, brown ♫ The clouds are white, white, white ♫ The shoes are black, black, black Red, blue. Green, yellow. Orange, purple. Pink, brown, white, black. (“Hello Song”) ♫ Hello, hello ♫ How are you today ♫ Hello, my friend ♫ Would you like to play ♫ Hello to you ♫ How have you been ♫ Hello to you ♫ Would you like to be friends ♫ It’s so nice to see you ♫ Rain or shine ♫ Now it’s time to say goodbye ♫ Hello again ♫ Hello, hello ♫ How are you today ♫ Hello, my friend ♫ Would you like to play ♫ Hello to you ♫ How have you been ♫ Hello to you ♫ Would you like to be friends ♫ It’s so nice to see you ♫ Rain or shine ♫ Now it’s time to say goodbye ♫ Hello again (“Jack and Jill”) ♫ Jack and Jill went up the hill ♫ To fetch a pail of water ♫ Jack fell down and broke his crown ♫ And Jill came tumbling after ♫ 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 ♫ 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 (“Eat Your Vegetables”) ♫ Grab a plate, add some peas ♫ Then a carrot and broccoli ♫ Take a bite, chew it around ♫ Lovely taste, crunchy sound ♫ Eat your vegetables ♫ They’re so much fun to munch ♫ Eat your vegetables ♫ They’re a crunch, crunch, yummy lunch Eating your vegetables can help you to grow stronger and taller. ♫ So grab a plate, add some peas ♫ Then a carrot and broccoli ♫ Take a bite, chew it around ♫ Lovely taste, crunchy sound ♫ Eat your vegetables ♫ They’re so much fun to munch ♫ Eat your vegetables ♫ They’re a crunch, crunch, yummy lunch (“Bath Song”) ♫ I wash ♫ Wash, wash my hair ♫ I wash ♫ Wash, wash my face ♫ I wash ♫ Wash, wash my shoulders ♫ I wash ♫ Wash, wash my arms I really love having baths. It’s great to be clean! Splash, splash. ♫ I wash ♫ Wash, wash my legs ♫ I wash ♫ Wash, wash my feet ♫ I wash ♫ Wash, wash my toes ♫ I wash ♫ Wash, wash my hands Ahh, nice and clean now. (“Old Mother Hubbard”) ♫ Old Mother Hubbard went to the cupboard ♫ To give the poor dog a bone ♫ When she got there,
the cupboard was bare ♫ And so the poor dog had none ♫ And so the poor dog had none ♫ And so the poor dog had none ♫ Old Mother Hubbard ♫ She laid in her bed ♫ And suddenly she felt a bump on her head ♫ She looked to the sky ♫ And to her surprise ♫ Dog bones were pouring down ♫ Dog bones were pouring down ♫ Dog bones were pouring down ♫ Now old Mother Hubbard ♫ She filled up her cupboard ♫ And gave the poor dog a bone ♫ And to her delight, the dog took a bite ♫ For now the poor dog had a bone ♫ Now the poor dog had a bone ♫ Now the poor dog had a bone (“10 Green Bottles”) ♫ 10 green bottles standing on the wall ♫ 10 green bottles standing on the wall ♫ And if one green bottle
should accidentally fall ♫ There’d be nine green
bottles standing on the wall ♫ Nine green bottles standing on the wall ♫ Nine green bottles standing on the wall ♫ And if one green bottle
should accidentally fall ♫ There’d be eight green
bottles standing on the wall ♫ Eight green bottles standing on the wall ♫ Eight green bottles standing on the wall ♫ And if one green bottle
should accidentally fall ♫ There’d be seven green
bottles standing on the wall ♫ Seven green bottles standing on the wall ♫ Seven green bottles standing on the wall ♫ And if one green bottle
should accidentally fall ♫ There’d be six green
bottles standing on the wall ♫ Six green bottles standing on the wall ♫ Six green bottles standing on the wall ♫ And if one green bottle
should accidentally fall ♫ There’d be five green
bottles standing on the wall ♫ Five green bottles standing on the wall ♫ Five green bottles standing on the wall ♫ And if one green bottle
should accidentally fall ♫ There’d be four green
bottles standing on the wall ♫ Four green bottles standing on the wall ♫ Four green bottles standing on the wall ♫ And if one green bottle
should accidentally fall ♫ There’d be three green
bottles standing on the wall ♫ Three green bottles standing on the wall ♫ Three green bottles standing on the wall ♫ And if one green bottle
should accidentally fall ♫ There’d be two green
bottles standing on the wall ♫ Two green bottles standing on the wall ♫ Two green bottles standing on the wall ♫ And if one green bottle
should accidentally fall ♫ There’d be one green
bottle standing on the wall ♫ One green bottle standing on the wall ♫ One green bottle standing on the wall ♫ And if one green bottle
should accidentally fall ♫ There’d be no green
bottles standing on the wall (“Miss Polly Had a Dolly”) ♫ Miss Polly had a dolly ♫ Who was sick, sick, sick ♫ So she called for the doctor ♫ To come quick, quick, quick ♫ The doctor came with his bag and his hat ♫ And he knocked on the door ♫ With a rat-a-tat-tat ♫ He looked at the dolly
and he shook his head ♫ And he said, Miss Polly,
put her straight to bed ♫ He wrote on the paper
for a pill, pill, pill ♫ I’ll be back in the morning
for the bill, bill, bill ♫ Miss Polly had a dolly
who was sick, sick, sick ♫ So she called for the doctor ♫ To come quick, quick, quick ♫ The doctor came with his bag and his hat ♫ And he knocked on the door ♫ With a rat-a-tat-tat ♫ He looked at the dolly
and he shook his head ♫ And he said, Miss Polly,
put her straight to bed ♫ He wrote on the paper
for a pill, pill, pill ♫ I’ll be back in the morning
for the bill, bill, bill (“Days of the Week”) ♫ Sunday ♫ Monday ♫ Tuesday ♫ Wednesday ♫ Thursday ♫ Friday ♫ Saturday ♫ Sunday ♫ Monday ♫ Tuesday ♫ Wednesday ♫ Thursday ♫ Friday ♫ Saturday (“Here We Go Looby Loo”) ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ Here we go looby light ♫ Here we looby loo ♫ All on a Saturday night ♫ You put your right hand in ♫ You take your right hand out ♫ You give your right
hand a shake, shake, shake ♫ And turn yourself about ♫ Here we looby loo ♫ Here we looby light ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ All on a Saturday night ♫ You put your left hand in ♫ You take your left hand out ♫ you give your left hand
a shake, shake, shake ♫ And turn yourself about ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ Here we go looby light ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ All on a Saturday night ♫ You put your right foot in ♫ You take your right foot out ♫ You give you right foot
a shake, shake, shake ♫ And turn yourself about ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ Here we go looby light ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ All on a Saturday night ♫ You put your left foot in ♫ You take your left foot out ♫ You give your left foot
a shake, shake, shake ♫ And turn yourself about ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ Here we go looby light ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ All on a Saturday night ♫ You put your whole self in ♫ You take your whole self out ♫ You give your whole
self a shake, shake, shake ♫ And turn yourself about (“Months of the Year”) – [Man] Let’s learn
the months of the year. Are you ready? Here we go. ♫ January January. ♫ February February. ♫ March March. ♫ April April. ♫ May May. ♫ June June. ♫ July July. ♫ August August. ♫ September September. ♫ October October. ♫ November November. ♫ December December. ♫ January January. ♫ February February. ♫ March March. ♫ April April. ♫ May May. ♫ June June. ♫ July July. ♫ August August. ♫ September September. ♫ October October. ♫ November November. ♫ December December. (“Little Boy Blue”) ♫ Little boy blue come blow your horn ♫ The sheep’s in the meadow ♫ The cow’s in the corn ♫ Where’s that boy who
looks after the sheep ♫ Under the haystack fast asleep ♫ Will you wake him ♫ No, not I ♫ For if I do, he will surely cry ♫ Little boy blue, come blow your horn ♫ The sheep’s in the meadow ♫ The cow’s in the corn ♫ Where’s that boy who
looks after the sheep ♫ Under the haystack fast asleep ♫ Will you wake him ♫ No, not I ♫ For if I do, he will surely cry (“Wind the Bobbin Up”) ♫ Wind the bobbin up ♫ Wind the bobbin up ♫ Pull, pull, clap, clap, clap ♫ Wind it back again ♫ Wind it back again ♫ Pull, pull, clap, clap, clap ♫ Point to the ceiling ♫ Point to the floor ♫ Point to the window ♫ Point to the door ♫ Clap your hands together ♫ One, two, three ♫ Put your hands upon your knees ♫ Wind the bobbin up ♫ Wind the bobbin up ♫ Pull, pull, clap, clap, clap ♫ Wind it back again ♫ Wind it back again ♫ Pull, pull, clap, clap, clap ♫ Point to the ceiling ♫ Point to the floor ♫ Point to the window ♫ Point to the door ♫ Clap your hands together ♫ One, two, three ♫ Put your hands upon your knees ♫ Wind the bobbin up ♫ Wind the bobbin up ♫ Pull, pull, clap, clap, clap ♫ Wind it back again ♫ Wind it back again ♫ Pull, pull, clap, clap, clap ♫ Point to the ceiling ♫ Point to the floor ♫ Point to the window ♫ Point to the door ♫ Clap your hands together ♫ One, two, three ♫ Put your hands upon your knees (“Shapes Song”) – [Man] Hey, let’s learn shapes together. Are you ready? Let’s begin. ♫ Square ♫ Circle ♫ Triangle ♫ Rectangle ♫ Square ♫ Circle ♫ Triangle ♫ Rectangle ♫ Square ♫ Circle ♫ Triangle ♫ Rectangle Square. Circle. Triangle. Rectangle. ♫ Star ♫ Heart ♫ Oval ♫ Diamond ♫ Star ♫ Heart ♫ Oval ♫ Diamond ♫ Star ♫ Heart ♫ Oval ♫ Diamond Star. Heart. Oval. Diamond.

100 thoughts on “Little Baby Bum | 10 Little Buses | Nursery Rhymes for Babies | ABCs and 123s

  1. my son is 11 months. this is the only cartoon he will actually watch without being distracted

  2. my little baby fire like this songs very much 😊😊❤❤❤

  3. Thank u very much LBB when in twinkle twinkle little star my Son 1 yr old fells asleep thank u very much #TeamLBB

  4. LBB rhymes are very useful to my son were he easily learnt and my really thankful to LBB

  5. my grand baby love it and I do too. it's the type of music children should listen to and learn from. thanks

  6. My little baby is favorite this the little baby bum🖥🖥🖥😀😀😀😀😀😀

  7. good job of having 9 million subs when i saw your channel u only had 3 million now u hav 9 MILLION well done!! may ur channel grow bigger and bigger coz u r teaching kids songs and counting so u should hav 9 million

  8. Love it. But the ring around the roses has a meaning of something behind it it's about the plague

  9. My baby watches this video when he changes his diaper and having dinner. He can't do anything without this video. I don't know if that is good thing or bed thing. Lol Love the video anyway.

  10. My little baby brother loves this little baby bum show you should make more

  11. This carton is very perfect for the children like Shams Muhammad.!!!!!!!!(Liton)

  12. My little niece loves these vids thanks so much for making these videos CONGRATS on 1O million subs btw this also makes meorries for me lol

  13. Ten Little Buses | Plus Lots More Nursery Rhymes | 71 Minutes Compilation from LittleBabyBum!

  14. my baby sister loves this ————————– she love little baby bum————————————————— yeah

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  16. I like it🌟💚🌟🌟💚🌟💙🌟
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  17. My son been listening to LBB TEN LITTLE BUSES AND THE OTHER NURSERY RHYMES since he was 6 months old

  18. My son get sleep because of beautiful song 😍he behaved when he watch this 😍

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