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(cosmic whooshing) (“Being Kind to Each Other Song”) ♫ You’re my friend so
I will always be there ♫ Being kind and helpful is to really care ♫ If you need my help just ask ♫ You come first and never last ♫ You’re my friend so
I will always be there ♫ If you fall then I
will pick you right up ♫ If you cry then I
will try to cheer you up ♫ Friends help each other out ♫ That’s what friends are all about ♫ If you fall then I
will pick you right up ♫ When you’re sick in bed
and feeling oh so blue ♫ I will help you get
to feeling better soon ♫ I will bring you things you need ♫ Make you comfortable, indeed ♫ When you’re sick I’ll
help you feel better soon ♫ When you need someone
to talk to I’ll be here ♫ If you need someone
to talk to never fear ♫ I will listen any day to
the things you want to say ♫ When you need someone
to talk to I’ll be here ♫ You’re my friend so
I will always be there ♫ Being kind and helpful is to really care ♫ If you need my help just ask ♫ You come first and never last ♫ You’re my friend so
I will always be there (“Being Kind to Each Other Song”) (“Sleeping Bunnies”) ♫ See the little bunnies
sleeping till it’s nearly noon ♫ Shall we wake them with a merry tune ♫ They’re so still, are they ill No, wake up bunnies! ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop and stop (“Sleeping Bunnies”) ♫ See the little bunnies
sleeping till it’s nearly noon ♫ Shall we wake them with a merry tune ♫ They’re so still, are they ill No, wake up bunnies! ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop and stop (“Sleeping Bunnies”) ♫ See the little bunnies
sleeping till it’s nearly noon ♫ Shall we wake them with a merry tune ♫ They’re so still, are they ill No, wake up bunnies! ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop and stop (“The Lion and The Unicorn”) ♫ The lion and the unicorn ♫ Were fighting for the crown ♫ The lion beat the unicorn ♫ All around the town ♫ Some gave them white bread ♫ And some gave them brown ♫ Some gave them plum cake ♫ And drummed them out of town (“The Lion and The Unicorn”) ♫ The lion and the unicorn ♫ Were fighting for the crown ♫ The lion beat the unicorn ♫ All around the town ♫ Some gave them white bread ♫ And some gave them brown ♫ Some gave them plum cake ♫ And drummed them out of town (“The Lion and The Unicorn”) ♫ The lion and the unicorn ♫ Were fighting for the crown ♫ The lion beat the unicorn ♫ All around the town ♫ Some gave them white bread ♫ And some gave them brown ♫ Some gave them plum cake ♫ And drummed them out of town (“The Lion and The Unicorn”) (“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 ♫ Oh no, not I ♫ For if I do he will surely cry (“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 ♫ Oh no, not I ♫ For if I do, he will surely cry (“Little Boy Blue”) (“Here We Go Looby Loo”) ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ Here we go looby light ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ All on a Saturday night ♫ 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 go looby loo ♫ Here we go looby light ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ All on a Saturday night ♫ 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 ♫ Put your right foot in ♫ You take your right foot out ♫ You give your 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 ♫ 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 (“Here We Go Looby Loo” finale) (“Sing a Song of Sixpence”) ♫ Sing a song of sixpence ♫ A pocket full of rye ♫ Four and twenty
blackbirds baked in a pie ♫ When the pie was opened ♫ The birds began to sing ♫ Wasn’t that a dainty dish ♫ To set before the king ♫ The king was in his counting-house ♫ Counting out his money ♫ The queen was in the parlor ♫ Eating bread and honey ♫ The maid was in the garden ♫ Hanging up the clothes ♫ When down came a blackbird ♫ And pecked off her nose ♫ Sing a song of sixpence ♫ A pocket full of rye ♫ Four and twenty
blackbirds baked in a pie ♫ When the pie was opened ♫ The birds began to sing ♫ Wasn’t that a dainty dish ♫ To set before the king ♫ The king was in his counting-house ♫ Counting out his money ♫ The queen was in the parlor ♫ Eating bread and honey ♫ The maid was in the garden ♫ Hanging up the clothes ♫ When down came a blackbird ♫ And pecked off her nose (“Sing a Song of Sixpence” finale) (“See Saw Margery Daw”) ♫ See Saw Margery Daw ♫ Johnny shall have a new master ♫ He shall get but a penny a day ♫ Because he can’t work any faster (“See Saw Margery Daw”) ♫ See Saw Margery Daw ♫ Johnny shall have a new master ♫ He shall get but a penny a day ♫ Because he can’t work any faster (“See Saw Margery Daw” finale) (“Jack Be Nimble”) ♫ Jack be nimble, Jack be quick ♫ Jack jump over the candlestick ♫ Jack be faster, Jack be cool ♫ Jack jump over the paddling pool ♫ Jack be quicker, Jack be fast ♫ Jack jump over the ship’s tall mast ♫ Jack bounce higher, Jack bounce far ♫ Jack jump over the planets and stars ♫ Jack be nimble, Jack be quick ♫ Jack jump over the candlestick (“Jack Be Nimble”) ♫ Jack be nimble, Jack be quick ♫ Jack jump over the candlestick ♫ Jack be faster, Jack be cool ♫ Jack jump over the paddling pool ♫ Jack be quicker, Jack be fast ♫ Jack jump over the ship’s tall mast ♫ Jack bounce higher, Jack bounce far ♫ Jack jump over the planets and stars ♫ Jack be nimble, Jack be quick ♫ Jack jump over the candlestick (“Jack Be Nimble”) (“Going On A Lion Hunt”) ♫ Going on a lion hunt,
going on a lion hunt ♫ Gonna snap a big one,
gonna snap a big one – I’m not scared. – I’m not scared! ♫ What a beautiful day – [Girl] What a beautiful day! Oh, no! – [Boy] Oh, no! Tall grass!
– Tall grass! ♫ Can’t go over it, can’t go over it ♫ Can’t go under it, can’t go under it ♫ Can’t go around it, can’t go around it ♫ Have to go through it,
have to go through it – [Girl] Swish, swish. – [Boy] Swish, swish. ♫ Going on a lion hunt,
going on a lion hunt ♫ Gonna snap a big one,
gonna snap a big one – I’m not scared. – I’m not scared! ♫ What a beautiful day – [Girl] What a beautiful day! Oh, no! – [Boy] Oh, no! A river, a river!
– A river, a river! ♫ Can’t go over it, can’t go over it ♫ Can’t go under it, can’t go under it ♫ Can’t go around it, can’t go around it ♫ Have to go through it,
have to go through it – [Girl] Splash, splash! – [Boy] Splash, splash! ♫ Going on a lion hunt,
going on a lion hunt ♫ Gonna snap a big one,
gonna snap a big one – I’m not scared. – I’m not scared! ♫ What a beautiful day – [Girl] What a beautiful day! Oh no! – [Boy] Oh no! A cave, a cave!
– A cave, a cave! ♫ Can’t go over it, can’t go over it ♫ Can’t go under it, can’t go under it ♫ Can’t go around it, can’t go around it ♫ Have to go through it,
have to go through it – Shh, shh! – Shh, shh! ♫ Going on a lion hunt,
going on a lion hunt ♫ Gonna snap a big one,
gonna snap a big one – I’m not scared. – I’m not scared! ♫ What a beautiful day – [Girl] What a beautiful day! Oh no! – [Boy] Oh no! A lion!
– A lion! ♫ Back through the cave – [Girl] Shh, shh! – [Boy] Shh, shh! ♫ Back through the river – [Girl] Splash, splash! – [Boy] Splash, splash! ♫ Back through the long grass – [Girl] Swish, swish! – [Boy] Swish, swish! Phew!
– Phew! We’re home safely!
– We’re home safely! (“Going On A Lion Hunt” finale) (“ABC Song In Outer Space”)
(spaceship whooshing) ♫ 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 (“ABC Song In Outer Space”)
(spaceship whooshing) ♫ 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 (“ABC Song In Outer Space”)
(spaceship whooshing) (“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 sound of the bus
goes clink, clank, clunk ♫ Clink, clank, clunk, clink, clank, clunk ♫ The sound of the bus
goes clink, clank, clunk ♫ All through the town ♫ The driver on the bus
says we need some help ♫ We need some help, we need some help ♫ The driver on the bus
says we need some help ♫ All through the town ♫ The bus on the road says this way please ♫ This way please, this way please ♫ The bus on the road says this way please ♫ All through the town ♫ The breakdown truck has come to help ♫ Come to help, come to help ♫ The breakdown truck has come to help ♫ All through the town ♫ The mechanic says I’ll change the parts ♫ I’ll change the parts,
I’ll change the parts ♫ The mechanic says I’ll change the parts ♫ 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 (“The Wheels On The Bus”) (“Numbers Song 5, 10, 15, 20”) ♫ Five ♫ 10 ♫ 15 ♫ 20 ♫ Five ♫ 10 ♫ 15 ♫ 20 ♫ Five cats ♫ 10 Apples ♫ 15 Flowers ♫ 20 Balls (“Numbers Song 5, 10, 15, 20”) ♫ Five ♫ 10 ♫ 15 ♫ 20 ♫ Five ♫ 10 ♫ 15 ♫ 20 ♫ Five Dogs ♫ 10 Oranges ♫ 15 Pencils ♫ 20 Stars (“Numbers Song 5, 10, 15, 20”) (“Train Song”) ♫ Chugga chugga choo choo,
chugga chugga choo choo ♫ Let’s go ride the train ♫ Chugga chugga choo choo,
chugga chugga choo choo ♫ Let’s go ride the train ♫ Hear the whistle blow, the engine roar ♫ Hear the wheels say clinkitty clank ♫ There’s so much to
see, come along with me ♫ Let’s go ride the train (“Train Song”) ♫ Chugga chugga choo choo,
chugga chugga choo choo ♫ Let’s go ride the train ♫ Chugga chugga choo choo,
chugga chugga choo choo ♫ Let’s go ride the train ♫ Hear the whistle blow, the engine roar ♫ Hear the wheels say clinkitty clank ♫ There’s so much see, come along with me ♫ Let’s go ride the train (“Train Song”) (“Clap Your Hands Song”) ♫ Clap your hands, clap your hands ♫ Clap your hands everywhere (hands clapping) ♫ Clap them low, by your toes ♫ And clap them high in the air (hands clapping) ♫ Now clap to the left, clap to the right ♫ Clap in front and clap behind ♫ Clap to the left, clap to the right ♫ Clap in front and clap behind (hands clapping) Let’s do it again! ♫ Clap your hands, clap your hands ♫ Clap your hands everywhere (hands clapping) ♫ Clap them low by your toes ♫ And clap them high in the air (hands clapping) ♫ Now clap to the left, clap to the right ♫ Clap in front and clap behind ♫ Clap to the left, clap to the right ♫ Clap in front and clap behind (hands clapping) Let’s do it one more time! ♫ Clap you hands, clap your hands ♫ Claps your hands everywhere (hands clapping) ♫ Clap them low by your toes ♫ And clap them high in the air (hands clapping) ♫ Now clap to the left, clap to the right ♫ Clap in front and clap behind ♫ Clap to the left, clap to the right ♫ Clap in front and clap behind (hands clapping) Well done! (“Pop Goes The Weasel”) ♫ Up and down the city road ♫ A monkey spied a weasel ♫ The monkey thought ’twas on the run ♫ Pop goes the weasel ♫ A penny for a spool of thread ♫ A penny for a needle ♫ That’s the way the money goes ♫ Pop goes the weasel (“Pop Goes The Weasel”) ♫ All around the mulberry bush ♫ The monkey chased the weasel ♫ The dog, he thought ’twas all in fun ♫ Pop goes the weasel ♫ A penny for a spool of thread ♫ A penny for a needle ♫ That’s the way the money goes ♫ Pop goes the weasel (“Pop Goes The Weasel”) ♫ The monkey spied a cobbler’s shops ♫ The monkey chased the weasel ♫ The cat thought ’twas all in fun ♫ Pop goes the weasel ♫ A penny for a spool of thread ♫ A penny for a needle ♫ That’s the way the money goes ♫ Pop goes the weasel (“Pop Goes The Weasel”) ♫ The cat and dog ran into the shop ♫ Spied monkey and the weasel ♫ They all joined in and started to run ♫ Pop goes the weasel ♫ A penny for a spool of thread ♫ A penny for a needle ♫ That’s the way the money goes ♫ Pop goes the weasel (“Pop Goes The Weasel”) (“I Hear Thunder”) (rain pattering)
(thunder rolling) ♫ I hear thunder, I hear thunder ♫ Hark don’t you, hark don’t you ♫ Pitter patter raindrops,
pitter patter raindrops ♫ I’m wet through, so are you (“I Hear Thunder”) ♫ I hear thunder, I hear thunder ♫ Hark don’t you, hark don’t you ♫ Pitter patter raindrops,
pitter patter raindrops ♫ I’m wet through, so are you (“I Hear Thunder”) ♫ I hear thunder, I hear thunder ♫ Hark don’t you, hark don’t you ♫ Pitter patter raindrops,
pitter patter raindrops ♫ I’m wet through, so are you (“I Hear Thunder”) (“Rig A Jig Jig”) ♫ As I was walking down the street ♫ Down the street, down the street ♫ Mia, my friend, I happened to meet ♫ Hi ho, hi ho, hi ho ♫ Rig a jig jig and away we go ♫ Away we go, away we go ♫ Rig a jig jig and away we go ♫ Hi ho, hi ho, hi ho ♫ As I was walking down the street ♫ Down the street, down the street ♫ Jacus, my friend, I happened to meet ♫ Hi ho, hi ho, hi ho ♫ Rig a jig jig and away we go ♫ Away we go, away we go ♫ Rig a jig jig and away we go ♫ Hi ho, hi ho, hi ho ♫ As I was walking down the street, ♫ Down the street, down the street ♫ Cow, my friend, I happened to meet ♫ Hi ho, hi ho, hi ho ♫ Rig a jig jig and away we go ♫ Away we go, away we go ♫ Rig a jig jig and away we go ♫ Hi ho, hi ho, hi ho ♫ As I was walking down the street ♫ Down the street, down the street ♫ Pig, my friend, I happened to meet ♫ Hi ho, hi ho, hi ho ♫ Rig a jig jig and away we go ♫ Away we go, away we go ♫ Rig a jig jig and away we go ♫ Hi ho, hi ho, hi ho (“Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat”) ♫ Pussy cat, pussy cat,
where have you been ♫ I’ve been to London
to see the fair Queen ♫ Pussy cat, pussy cat,
what did you do there ♫ I chased a little mouse
right under the chair (“Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat”) ♫ Pussy cat, pussy cat,
where have you been ♫ I’ve been to London
to see the fair Queen ♫ Pussy cat, pussy cat,
what did you do there ♫ I chased a little mouse
right under the chair (“Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat”) (“Humpty Dumpty” part two) ♫ Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall ♫ Humpty Dumpty had a great fall ♫ All the king’s horses,
and all the king’s men ♫ Couldn’t put Humpty together again (“Humpty Dumpty” part two) ♫ Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall ♫ Humpty Dumpty had a great fall ♫ All the kings horses
and all the kings men ♫ Couldn’t put Humpty together again (“Humpty Dumpty” part two) ♫ Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall ♫ Humpty Dumpty had a great fall ♫ All the kings horses
and all the kings men ♫ Couldn’t put Humpty together again (“Humpty Dumpty” part two) (“Dinosaur Song”) – [Girl] Dinosaurs lived a long time ago! ♫ Some dinosaurs had sharp claws ♫ Some had scaly skin ♫ Some dinosaurs stomped the ground ♫ And some of them flew around ♫ So many different dinosaurs ♫ So many things to learn ♫ I’d like to be a dinosaur ♫ And roam upon the earth (“Dinosaur Song”) ♫ Some dinosaurs had long necks ♫ Some had spiky tails ♫ Some dinosaurs had sharp teeth ♫ And some ate leafy greens ♫ So many different different dinosaurs ♫ So many things to learn ♫ I’d like to be a dinosaur ♫ And roam upon the earth (“Dinosaur Song”) (“Ding Dong Bell”) ♫ Ding dong bell ♫ Kitty’s in the well ♫ Who put her in ♫ Little Johnny Flynn ♫ Who pulled her out ♫ Little Tommy Stout ♫ What a naughty boy was that ♫ To try to drown poor kitty cat ♫ Who ne’er did him any harm ♫ But eat all of the mice ♫ In the farmer’s barn (“Ding Dong Bell”) ♫ Ding dong bell ♫ Kitty’s in the well ♫ Who put her in ♫ Little Johnny Flynn ♫ Who pulled her out ♫ Little Tommy Stout ♫ What a naughty boy was that ♫ To try to drown poor kitty cat ♫ Who ne’er did him any harm ♫ But ate all of the mice ♫ In the farmer’s barn (“Ding Dong Bell”) ♫ Ding dong bell ♫ Kitty’s in the well ♫ Who put her in ♫ Little Johnny Flynn ♫ Who pulled her out ♫ Little Tommy Stout ♫ What a naughty boy was that ♫ To try to drown poor kitty cat ♫ Who ne’er did him any harm ♫ But ate all of the mice ♫ In the farmer’s barn (“Ding Dong Bell”) (“Ladybug Ladybug”) ♫ One little ladybug he fly, fly, flies ♫ Two little ladybugs
they roll, roll, roll ♫ Three little ladybugs
they jump, jump, jump ♫ Four little ladybugs go slow, slow, slow ♫ Five little ladybugs – Shh! (ladybugs snoring) (“Ladybug Ladybug”) ♫ One little ladybug he fly, fly, flies ♫ Two little ladybugs
they roll, roll, roll ♫ Three little ladybugs
they jump, jump, jump ♫ Four little ladybugs go slow, slow, slow ♫ Five little ladybugs – Shh! (ladybugs snoring) (“Ladybug Ladybug”) ♫ One little ladybug he fly, fly, flies ♫ Two little ladybugs
they roll, roll, roll ♫ Three little ladybugs
they jump, jump, jump ♫ Four little ladybugs go slow, slow, slow ♫ Five little ladybugs – Shh! (ladybugs snoring) (“Yankee Doodle”) ♫ Yankee Doodle went to town ♫ Riding on a pony ♫ He stuck a feather in his hat ♫ And called it macaroni ♫ Yankee Doodle keep it up ♫ Yankee Doodle dandy ♫ Mind the music and the step ♫ And have some tasty candy (“Yankee Doodle”) ♫ Yankee Doodle went to town ♫ Riding on a pony ♫ He stuck a feather in his hat ♫ And called it macaroni ♫ Yankee Doodle keep it up ♫ Yankee Doodle dandy ♫ Mind the music and the step ♫ And have some tasty candy (“Yankee Doodle”) ♫ Yankee Doodle went to town ♫ Riding on a pony ♫ He stuck a feather in his hat ♫ And called it macaroni ♫ Yankee Doodle keep it up ♫ Yankee Doodle dandy ♫ Mind the music and the step ♫ And have some tasty candy (“Yankee Doodle” finale) (“Wheels On The Bus” part 10) ♫ 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 boy on the street
says there’s the bus ♫ There’s the bus, there’s the bus ♫ The boy on the street
says there’s the bus ♫ All through the town ♫ The bus on the road
says what a long queue ♫ What a long queue, what a long queue ♫ The bus on the road
says what a long queue ♫ All through the town ♫ The police vehicle has come along ♫ Come along, come along ♫ The police vehicle has come along ♫ All through the town ♫ The little ducks they run around ♫ Run around, run around ♫ The little ducks they run around ♫ All through the town ♫ The people on the bus
then catch the ducks ♫ Catch the ducks, catch the ducks ♫ The people on the bus
then catch the ducks ♫ All through the town ♫ The vehicles can move again ♫ Move again, move again ♫ The vehicles can move again ♫ All through the town (“Wheels On The Bus” part 10) (“Number 1 Song”) ♫ Let’s sing a song about the number one ♫ It’s very easy and lot’s of fun ♫ Let’s sing a song about the number one ♫ And here we go ♫ One fast car so blue and bright ♫ One jet airplane taking flight ♫ One big tugboat on the lake ♫ And one long train, train, train (“Number 1 Song”) ♫ Let’s sing a song about the number one ♫ It’s very easy and lots of fun ♫ Let’s sing a song about the number one ♫ And here we go ♫ One juicy orange that tastes so great ♫ One yellow banana on my plate ♫ One sweet apple I love to eat ♫ And one ripe strawberry (“Number 1 Song”) (“Polly Put The Kettle On”) ♫ Polly put the kettle on,
Polly put the kettle on ♫ Polly put the kettle
on, we’ll all have tea ♫ Mia lay the table out,
Mia lay the table out ♫ Mia lay the table
out, we’ll all have tea (“Polly Put The Kettle On”) ♫ Baa Baa brings out all the cakes ♫ Baa Baa brings out all the cakes ♫ Baa Baa brings out all the
cakes, we’ll all have tea ♫ Jacus takes the kettle off,
Jacus takes the kettle off ♫ Jacus takes the kettle
off, we’ll all have tea (“Polly Put The Kettle On”) ♫ Incy pours the water out,
Incy pours the water out ♫ Incy pours the water
out, we’ll all have tea ♫ Spread the jam and cream on scones ♫ Spread the jam and cream on scones ♫ Spread the jam and cream
on scones, let’s have our tea (“Polly Put The Kettle On”) (“Number 2 Song”) ♫ I have two gloves for my two hands ♫ Two socks that warm my feet ♫ I have two shoes I love so much ♫ Two bows I tie so neat ♫ Can you sing a song about the number two ♫ Will you count one, two with me ♫ There’s so many nice
things about the number two ♫ So many nice things you see (“Number 2 Song”) ♫ I have two ears that help me hear ♫ Two headphones play a beat ♫ I have two eyes that help me see ♫ I close when I’m asleep ♫ Can you sing a song about the number two ♫ Will you count one, two with me ♫ There’s so many nice
things about the number two ♫ So many nice things you see (“Number 2 Song”) (“Three Blind Mice”) ♫ Three blind mice ♫ Three blind mice ♫ See how they run ♫ See how they run ♫ They all ran away from the farmer’s wife ♫ Then into a spaceship to take a ride ♫ Did you ever see such
a sight in your life ♫ As three bind mice ♫ Three blind mice ♫ Three blind mice ♫ Crash on the moon ♫ Crash on the moon ♫ The moon was covered in cheese so high ♫ And nobody knew the reason why ♫ Did you ever see such
a sight in your life ♫ As three blind mice (“Three Blind Mice”) ♫ Three blind mice ♫ Three blind mice ♫ With full tummies ♫ With full tummies ♫ All of them ate too
much cheese that night ♫ With little moon left after every bite ♫ Did you ever see such
a sight in your life ♫ As three blind mice ♫ Three blind mice ♫ Three blind mice ♫ Return to the earth ♫ Return to the earth ♫ Their mommy asked them
where is the moonlight ♫ The moon has shrunk
to a crescent tonight ♫ Did you ever hear such
a thing in your life ♫ As three blind mice (“Three Blind Mice”) (“Where Did You Go”) – [Girl] One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten,
coming, ready or not! ♫ Count one to 10 without a peek ♫ You go hide and then I seek ♫ Where’d you go, where’d you hide ♫ You’re not in the places I tried ♫ I look over here, I look over there ♫ I look up and down and everywhere ♫ You’re good at this, where did you go ♫ Are you here – Yes!
– Yes! – Yes!
– No! (“Where Did You Go”) – [Girl] One, two, three, four five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten,
coming, ready or not! ♫ Count one to 10 without a peek ♫ You go hide and then I seek ♫ Where’d you go, where’d you hide ♫ You’re not in the places I tried ♫ I look over here, I look over there ♫ I look up and down and everywhere ♫ You’re good at this, where did you go ♫ Are you here – Yes!
– Yes! – Yes!
– No! (“Where Did You Go”) (“Number 3 Song”) ♫ Three, three, you and me ♫ Let’s all count from one to three ♫ Take your time for this rhyme ♫ Let’s find threes so easily Count to three, over and over, let’s find a little green clover! There it is, can you believe? One and two, and yes, three leaves! Up next is the triangle, with three sides and three angles. Some sides are short, some are long, if you count three,
you’re right, not wrong! ♫ Three, three, you and me ♫ Let’s all count from one to three ♫ Take your time for this rhyme ♫ Let’s find threes so easily Have you ever seen a tricycle? It’s like a three-wheel bicycle: one wheel at the front
and two at the back, if you count them all,
you’ve got the knack! Now, don’t forget about
the three little kittens, the naughty cats who lost their mittens. Here they are, can you see? Count them with me, one, two, three! ♫ Three, three, you and me ♫ Let’s all count from one to three ♫ Take your time for this rhyme ♫ Let’s find threes so easily (“Number 3 Song”) (“Counting Five Little Ducks”) – Quack, quack. – Quack, quack, quack. – Quack, quack. – Quack, quack, quack!
– Quack, quack, quack! ♫ One little duck says – Quack! ♫ Two little ducks say – Quack! – Quack! ♫ Three little ducks say – Quack!
– Quack! – Quack! ♫ Four little ducks say – Quack!
– Quack! – Quack!
– Quack! ♫ And five little ducks say – Quack!
– Quack! – Quack!
– Quack! – Quack! (“Five Little Ducks”) ♫ One little duck says – Quack! ♫ Two little ducks say – Quack! – Quack! ♫ Three little ducks say – Quack!
– Quack! – Quack! ♫ Four little ducks say – Quack!
– Quack! – Quack!
– Quack! ♫ And five little ducks say – Quack!
– Quack! – Quack!
– Quack! – Quack! – Quack! – Quack! – Quack!
– Quack! – Quack! – Quack! – Quack! – Quack!
– Quack! – Quack! (“Song About Planes”) ♫ I’m going on a plane, I think I’ll try ♫ To find a rainbow so bright ♫ I’m going on a plane to touch the clouds ♫ So big, so fluffy and white ♫ Soaring through the sky so high, so high ♫ Spreading our wings we fly, fly, fly (“Song About Planes”) ♫ I’m going on a plane, I think I’ll try ♫ To find a rainbow so bright ♫ I’m going on a plane to touch the clouds ♫ So big, so fluffy and white ♫ Soaring through the sky so high, so high ♫ Spreading our wings we fly, fly, fly (“Song About Planes”) (“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 ♫ 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 (“Old King Cole”) ♫ Old King Cole was a merry old soul ♫ And a merry old soul was he ♫ He called for his pipe,
and he called for his bowl ♫ And he called for his fiddlers three ♫ Every fiddler he had a fiddle ♫ And a very fine fiddle had he ♫ Oh there’s none so rare as can compare ♫ With King Cole and his fiddlers three (“Old King Cole”) ♫ Old King Cole was a merry old soul ♫ And a merry old soul was he ♫ He called for his pipe,
and he called for his bowl ♫ And he called for his fiddlers three ♫ Every fiddler he had a fiddle ♫ And a very fine fiddle had he ♫ Oh there’s none so rare as can compare ♫ With King Cole and his fiddlers three (“Old King Cole”) (“ABC Underwater Song”) ♫ 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 ♫ 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 ♫ 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 (“ABC Underwater Song”) (“Two Little Dickie Birds”) ♫ Two little dickie
birds sitting on a wall ♫ One named Peter, one named Paul ♫ Fly away Peter, fly away Paul ♫ Come back Peter, come back Paul (“Two Little Dickie Birds”) ♫ Into the garden the little birds go ♫ Looking for worms that hide down low ♫ Peter can’t catch one, neither can Paul ♫ Back home Peter, back home Paul (“Two Little Dickie Birds”) ♫ Two little dickie
birds sitting on a wall ♫ One named Peter, one named Paul ♫ Fly away Peter, fly away Paul ♫ Come back Peter, come back Paul (“Two Little Dickie Birds”) (“4 Seasons Song”) ♫ We really, really love Spring ♫ Spring brings lots of new things ♫ New flowers, cute baby lambs ♫ Bees a-buzzing, clap your hands (“4 Seasons Song”) ♫ Summertime means ice creams ♫ Beaches, holidays, lovely things ♫ Blue skies, smiling sun ♫ Swimming in the pool, lots of fun (“4 Seasons Song”) ♫ In Fall the leaves turn brown ♫ Then they fall down to the ground ♫ Lots of birds then fly away ♫ But they’ll come back another day (“4 Seasons Song”) ♫ In wintertime it’s very cold ♫ Build a snowman, grab some coal ♫ Snowball fights and sledding, too ♫ Wintertime is fun for you (“4 Seasons Song”) (“Oranges and Lemons”) ♫ Oranges and lemons say
the bells of St. Clement’s ♫ You owe me five farthings
say the bells of St. Martin’s ♫ When will you pay me,
say the bells of Old Bailey ♫ When I grow rich, say
the bells of Shoreditch ♫ When will that be,
say the bells of Stepney ♫ I do not know, says
the great bell of Bow ♫ Here comes a candle to light you to bed ♫ Good night my sweet
child, rest your tired head (“Oranges and Lemons”) ♫ Oranges and lemons, say
the bells of St. Clement’s ♫ You owe me five farthings,
say the bells of St. Martin’s ♫ When will you pay me,
say the bells of Old Bailey ♫ When I grow rich, say
the bells of Shoreditch ♫ When will that be,
say the bells of Stepney ♫ I do not know, says
the great bell of Bow ♫ Here comes a candle to light you to bed ♫ Good night my sweet
child, rest your tired head (“Oranges and Lemons”)

13 thoughts on “Little Baby Bum | Be Kind to Each Other Song | Nursery Rhymes for Babies | Songs for Kids

  1. Even though I maybe a little too old for my age to be watching this, I love LBB's videos! The songs are adorable and the animation is beautiful,cute and pleasing to look at. Keep it up!

  2. these songs are good i want more from lbb 😄😄😄😄😄😄🎉🎉🎊😇😇🎊🎊🎉

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