Little Baby Bum | No Monster Song | Nursery Rhymes for Babies | Songs for Kids


(“No Monsters”) ♫ Hey you boo ♫ Did you hear that sound ♫ Is it a monster that I found ♫ There are no monsters
who live in our home ♫ There’s only me and my family ♫ Who live in our home ♫ Because there are no
monsters that live here ♫ Hey you boo ♫ Did you hear that sound ♫ Is it a monster that I found ♫ There are no monsters
who live in our home ♫ There’s only me and my family ♫ Who live in our home ♫ Because there are no
monsters that live here ♫ Hey you boo ♫ Did you see that there ♫ Is it a monster standing over there ♫ There are no monsters
who live in our home ♫ There’s only me and my family ♫ Who live in our home ♫ Because there are no
monsters that live here ♫ Hey you boo ♫ Did you see that there ♫ Is it a monster standing over there ♫ There are no monsters
who live in our home ♫ There’s only me and my family ♫ Who live in our home ♫ Because there are no
monsters that live here ♫ (“10 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 ♫ (“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 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 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 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 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 jumping on the bed ♫ (“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 the mouse ♫ The cat takes the mouse ♫ Heigh ho the derry-o ♫ The cat takes the mouse ♫ The mouse takes the cheese ♫ The mouse takes the cheese ♫ Heigh ho the derry-o ♫ The mouse takes the cheese ♫ (“Five Little Speckled Frogs”) – [Child] 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 – [Child] 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 – [Child] 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 – [Child] 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 – [Child] 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 ♫ (“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 can 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 can 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 ♫ (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 ♫ Then your face will surely 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 ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it, shout 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 ♫ 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 ♫ Then your face will surely 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 ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it, shout 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 ♫ 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 ♫ (“Colors 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 ♫ (“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 ♫ – [Child] 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 ♫ – [Child] Ah, nice and clean now. (“Days of the Week”) ♫ Sunday ♫ Monday ♫ Tuesday ♫ Wednesday ♫ Thursday ♫ Friday ♫ Saturday ♫ Sunday ♫ Monday ♫ Tuesday ♫ Wednesday ♫ Thursday ♫ Friday ♫ Saturday ♫ (“”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 knee ♫ 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 knee ♫ 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 knee ♫ (“Numbers Song 10 – 100”) – [Man] Would you like
to count to 100 by tens? Let’s do it! ♫ 10, ♫ 20, ♫ 30, ♫ 40, ♫ 50, ♫ 60, ♫ 70, ♫ 80, ♫ 90, ♫ 100 ♫ – [Man] Hey, that was
great, let’s do it again! ♫ 10, ♫ 20, ♫ 30, ♫ 40, ♫ 50, ♫ 60, ♫ 70, ♫ 80, ♫ 90, ♫ 100 ♫ – [Man] Let’s do it one more time. ♫ 10, ♫ 20, ♫ 30, ♫ 40, ♫ 50, ♫ 60, ♫ 70, ♫ 80, ♫ 90, ♫ 100 ♫ (cicadas chirping) (“Row Row Row Your Boat – Part Two”) ♫ Row row row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily ♫ Life is but a dream ♫ Row row row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ If you see a crocodile ♫ Don’t forget to scream ♫ Row row row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ You might see a great big lion ♫ Eating his green beans ♫ Row row row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ If you see an elephant ♫ Is he wearing jeans? ♫ Row row row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ Can you see the hidden frogs ♫ They are very green ♫ Row row row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ Can you see a little duck ♫ Eating an ice cream ♫ Row row row row your boat ♫ Gently down the stream ♫ Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily ♫ Life is but a dream ♫ (“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 ♫ Johnny shall have a new master ♫ He shall get but a penny a day ♫ Because he can’t work any faster ♫ (“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 ♫ 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 ♫ 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
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
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 ♫ (“Colors and Actions Song”) ♫ As I go on a walk, what can I see ♫ – [Man] I see something yellow ♫ I bright yellow sun smiling down on me ♫ – [Man] Let’s jump when
we see something yellow ♫ Jump so high, jump so high ♫ – [Man] Jump, jump, jump. ♫ Colors are a beautiful thing ♫ As I go on a walk what can I see ♫ – [Man] I see something red. ♫ A big red flower staring back at me ♫ – [Man] Let’s turn round and round when we see something red. ♫ Turn round and round ♫ Turn round and round ♫ – [Man] Turn, turn, turn around. ♫ Colors are a beautiful thing ♫ As I go on a walk what can I see – [Man] I see something green. ♫ A little green frog in the grass by me ♫ – [Man] Let’s clap our hands
when we see something green. ♫ Clap your hands ♫ Clap your hands ♫ – [Man] Clap, clap, clap your hands. ♫ Colors are a beautiful thing ♫ As I go on a walk what can I see ♫ – [Man] I see something orange. ♫ A bright orange
swaying in a windy tree ♫ – [Man] Touch your nose when
you see something orange. ♫ Touch your nose ♫ Touch your nose ♫ – [Man] Touch, touch, touch your nose. ♫ Colors are a beautiful thing ♫ (“This Old Man”) ♫ This old man he played one ♫ He played knick-knack on my thumb ♫ With a knick-knack
paddywhack give the dog a bone ♫ This old man came rolling home ♫ This old man he played two ♫ He played knick-knack on my shoe ♫ With a knick-knack
paddywhack give the dog a bone ♫ This old man came rolling home ♫ This old man he played three ♫ He played knick-knack on my knee ♫ With a knick-knack
paddywhack give the dog a bone ♫ This old man came rolling home ♫ This old man he played four ♫ He played knick-knack on my door ♫ With a knick-knack
paddywhack give the dog a bone ♫ This old man came rolling home ♫ This old man he played five ♫ He played knick-knack on my hive ♫ With a knick-knack
paddywhack give the dog a bone ♫ This old man came rolling home ♫ This old man he played six ♫ He played knick-knack on my sticks ♫ With a knick-knack
paddywhack give the dog a bone ♫ This old man came rolling home ♫ This old man he played seven ♫ He played knick-knack up in heaven ♫ With a knick-knack
paddywhack give the dog a bone ♫ This old man came rolling home ♫ This old man he played eight ♫ He played knick-knack on my gate ♫ With a knick-knack
paddywhack give the dog a bone ♫ This old man came rolling home ♫ This old man he played nine ♫ He played knick-knack on my spine ♫ With a knick-knack
paddywhack give the dog a bone ♫ This old man came rolling home ♫ This old man he played 10 ♫ He played knick-knack once again ♫ With a knick-knack
paddywhack give the dog a bone ♫ This old man came rolling home ♫ (“Bingo – Part Two”) ♫ There was a farmer who had a dog, ♫ And Bingo was his name-O ♫ B-I-N-G-O ♫ B-I-N-G-O ♫ B-I-N-G-O ♫ And Bingo was his name-O ♫ – [Man] Touch your head! ♫ There was a farmer who had a dog, ♫ And Bingo was his name-O ♫ I-N-G-O ♫ I-N-G-O ♫ I-N-G-O ♫ And Bingo was his name-O ♫ – [Man] Point to your nose! ♫ There was a farmer who had a dog, ♫ And Bingo was his name-O ♫ N-G-O ♫ N-G-O ♫ N-G-O ♫ And Bingo was his name-O ♫ – [Man] Pat your shoulders! ♫ There was a farmer who had a dog, ♫ And Bingo was his name-O ♫ G-O ♫ G-O ♫ G-O ♫ And Bingo was his name-O ♫ – [Man] Clap your hands! ♫ There was a farmer who had a dog, ♫ And Bingo was his name-O ♫ O ♫ O ♫ O ♫ And Bingo was his name-O ♫ – [Man] Jump up high! ♫ There was a farmer who had a dog, ♫ And Bingo was his name-O ♫ And Bingo was his name-O ♫ (“Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush”) ♫ Here we go round the mulberry bush, ♫ The mulberry bush, the mulberry bush ♫ Here we go round the mulberry bush ♫ So early in the morning ♫ – [Child] Let’s do some fun exercises. First, wiggle your fingers. ♫ This is the way we wiggle our fingers ♫ Wiggle our fingers, wiggle our fingers ♫ This is the way we wiggle our fingers ♫ So early in the morning ♫ – [Child] Now turn your head. ♫ This is the way we turn our head ♫ Turn our head, turn our head ♫ This is the way we turn our head ♫ So early in the morning ♫ – [Child] Shrug your shoulders. ♫ This is the way we shrug our shoulders ♫ Shrug our shoulders, shrug our shoulders ♫ This is the way we shrug our shoulders ♫ So early in the morning ♫ – [Child] Stretch your arms. ♫ This is the way we stretch our arms ♫ Stretch our arms, stretch our arms ♫ This is the way we stretch our arms ♫ So early in the morning – [Child] Move your body. ♫ This is the way we move our bodies ♫ Move our bodies, move our bodies ♫ This is the way we move our bodies ♫ So early in the morning – [Child] Last one, move your feet. ♫ This is the way we move our feet ♫ Move our feet, move our feet ♫ This is the way we move our
feet so early in the morning ♫ – [Child] You did it, well done. (“If You’re Happy – Part Two”) ♫ 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, ♫ Then your face will surely 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, ♫ Then your face will surely show it ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it, stomp your feet ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it, pat your head, ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it pat your head, ♫ If you’re happy and you know it, ♫ Then your face will surely show it ♫ If you’re happy and you
know it, pat your head ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it, turn around ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it turn around ♫ If you’re happy and you know it, ♫ Then your face will surely show it ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it, turn around ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it, say hello ♫ – Hello! ♫ If you’re happy and
you know it say hello ♫ – Hello! ♫ If you’re happy and you know it, ♫ Then your face will surely show it ♫ If your happy and you
know it, say hello ♫ – Hello! (“Itsy Bitsy Spider – Part One”) (birds chirping) ♫ The Itsy Bitsy spider
crawled up the water spout ♫ Down came the rain,
and washed the spider out ♫ Out came the sun, and
dried up all the rain ♫ And the Itsy Bitsy spider
went up the spout again ♫ The Itsy Bitsy spider
crawled up the water spout ♫ Down came the rain,
and washed the spider out ♫ Out came the sun, and
dried up all the rain ♫ And the Itsy Bitsy spider
went up the spout again ♫ (“Mary Had a Little Lamb”) ♫ Mary had a little lamb, ♫ Little lamb, little lamb ♫ Mary had a little lamb ♫ Its fleece was white as snow ♫ And everywhere that Mary went, ♫ Mary went, Mary went, ♫ And everywhere that Mary went ♫ The lamb was sure to go ♫ Mary had a little lamb, ♫ Little lamb, little lamb ♫ Mary had a little lamb ♫ Its fleece was white as snow ♫ And everywhere that Mary went, ♫ Mary went, Mary went, ♫ And everywhere that Mary went ♫ The lamb was sure to go ♫ Mary had a little lamb, ♫ Little lamb, little lamb ♫ Mary had a little lamb ♫ Its fleece was white as snow ♫ And everywhere that Mary went, ♫ Mary went, Mary went, ♫ And everywhere that Mary went ♫ The lamb was sure to go ♫ (“Baa Baa Black Sheep – Part Two”) ♫ Baa Baa Black Sheep, have you any wool ♫ Yes sir, yes sir, three bags full ♫ One for my master, and 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 my master, and one for the dame ♫ And one for the little boy,
who lives down the lane ♫ (“Hickory Dickory Duck”) ♫ Hickory Dickory Dock ♫ The mouse ran out of the clock ♫ The clock struck one ♫ The mouse ran down ♫ Hickory Dickory Dock ♫ Hickory Dickory Dock ♫ The mouse ran out of the clock ♫ The clock struck two ♫ The mouse ran down ♫ Hickory Dickory Dock ♫ Hickory Dickory Dock ♫ The mouse ran out of the clock ♫ The clock struck three ♫ The mouse ran down ♫ Hickory Dickory Dock ♫ Hickory Dickory Dock ♫ The mouse ran out of the clock ♫ The clock struck four ♫ The mouse ran down ♫ Hickory Dickory Dock ♫ (“1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Once I
Caught a Fish Alive”) ♫ One, two, three, four, five ♫ Once I caught a fish alive, ♫ Six, seven, eight, nine, ten, ♫ Then I let it go again ♫ Why did you let it go ♫ Because it bit my finger so ♫ Which finger did it bite ♫ This little finger on my right – [Child] One, two, three, four, five six, seven, eight, nine, 10. ♫ One, two, three, four, five, ♫ Once I caught a fish alive, ♫ Six, seven, eight, nine, ten, ♫ Then I let it go again ♫ Why did you let it go ♫ Because it bit my finger so ♫ Which finger did it bite ♫ This little finger on my right ♫ (“Johny Johny Yes Papa”) ♫ Johny, Johny, yes Papa ♫ Eating sugar, no papa ♫ Telling lies, no papa ♫ Open your mouth, ah, ah, ah ♫ Johny, Johny, yes Papa ♫ Eating sugar, no papa ♫ Telling lies, no papa ♫ Open your mouth, ah, ah, ah ♫ Johny, Johny, yes Papa ♫ Eating sugar, no papa ♫ Telling lies, no papa ♫ Open your mouth, ah, ah, ah ♫ (“Ice Cream Song”) ♫ Ice cream, ice cream, vanilla ice cream ♫ Ice cream, ice cream,
strawberry ice cream ♫ Ice cream, ice cream,
chocolate ice cream ♫ So many flavors ♫ Ice cream, ice cream, red and yellow ♫ Ice cream, ice cream, blue and purple ♫ Ice cream, ice cream, brown and white ♫ So many colors ♫ Ice cream, ice cream,
sprinkled ice cream ♫ Ice cream, ice cream, chocolate chips ♫ Ice cream, ice cream, in a cone ♫ So many choices ♫ Ice cream, ice cream, on a hot day ♫ Ice cream in the month of May ♫ Ice cream, ice cream, on a holiday ♫ It’s a yummy treat ♫ (“It’s Raining It’s Pouring”) ♫ It’s raining, it’s pouring
the old man is snoring ♫ He went to bed and he bumped his head ♫ And he couldn’t wake up in the morning ♫ It’s raining, it’s pouring
the old man is snoring ♫ He went to bed and he bumped his head ♫ And he couldn’t wake up in the morning ♫ It’s raining, it’s pouring
the old man is snoring ♫ He went to bed and he bumped his head ♫ And he couldn’t wake up in the morning ♫ It’s raining, it’s pouring
the old man is snoring ♫ He went to bed and he bumped his head ♫ And he couldn’t wake up in the morning ♫ (“Rock a Bye Baby”) ♫ Rock-a-bye, baby ♫ On the treetop ♫ When the wind blows ♫ The cradle will rock ♫ If the bow breaks ♫ The cradle will fall ♫ But mama will catch you ♫ Cradle and all ♫ Baby is drowsing ♫ Cozy 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 mind baby ♫ Mother is near ♫ Wee little fingers ♫ Eyes are shut tight ♫ Now sound asleep until morning light ♫ (“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 ♫ A sailor went to sea, sea, sea ♫ To see what he could see, see, see ♫ But all that he could see, see, see ♫ Was the friends gathering
in the sea, sea, sea ♫ (“Twinkle Twinkle Little
Star – Part Three”) ♫ 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 (“Three Little Kittens – Part Two”) ♫ 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 ♫ Mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow ♫ 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 ♫ Mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow ♫ 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 ♫ Mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow ♫ 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 ♫ Mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow ♫ Oh let us have some pie ♫ (“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 ♫ (“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 ♫

34 thoughts on “Little Baby Bum | No Monster Song | Nursery Rhymes for Babies | Songs for Kids

  1. I like it. Anyways. Advace merry Christmas and happy new year! Keep the effort nice. ⛄️⛄️⛄️🌏❄️

  2. very good videos it makes my baby bro actually stay quiet while his watching + he doesn't move or stop watching until I tell him to turn it off or when he wants to go to W.C so please keep that great and awesome effort and please make more videos 🙂 😉

  3. I just love this nursery rhyme, its just amazing and it makes my brother keep nice and calm when he is watching this video! So THX and pleaseeeeeeeeeeeee make more!!!!

  4. My 4 year old daughter loves this song. I'm not going to lie, her 33 year old dad does too…

  5. I like the song but never understood the last monster. If my closet creeks open and a light shines out if it and there is only a pair of pants in there, I'm still going to be concerned

  6. "Cause there are no monsters that liiive here". My 4 month daughter absolutely loves that song. She gets so hyper

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