The Little Blue Whale | Plus Lots More Nursery Rhymes | 59 Minutes Compilation from LittleBabyBum!


(“The Little Blue Whale”) ♫ The little blue whale
with the little blue tail ♫ With the blue tail, with the blue tail ♫ Can you see the blue
whale in the big blue sea ♫ Swimming so merrily (“The Little Blue Whale”) ♫ The little blue bird
flies high in the blue sky ♫ In the blue sky, in the blue sky ♫ Can you see the blue
bird flying in the breeze ♫ Flying so merrily (“The Little Blue Whale”) ♫ The little blue frog
hops with the blue flea ♫ From the tree, from the tree ♫ Can you see the blue friends
hopping one, two, three ♫ Hopping so merrily (“The Little Blue Whale”) (“Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe”) ♫ There was an old woman
who lived in a shoe ♫ She lived in a shoe, she lived in a shoe ♫ She had so many children
and loved them all, too ♫ She loves them all, too ♫ When father got home,
he gave them all bread ♫ He gave them all bread,
he gave them all bread ♫ Then they kissed them all
softly and sent them to bed ♫ They sent them to bed ♫ La la la la la ♫ La la la la ♫ La la la la la ♫ La la la la ♫ There was an woman who lived in a shoe ♫ She lived in a shoe, she lived in a shoe ♫ She had so many children
and loved them all, too ♫ She loves them all, too ♫ When father got home,
he gave them all bread ♫ He gave them all bread,
he gave them all bread ♫ Then they kissed them all
softly and sent them to bed ♫ They sent them to bed (“Old Woman Who Lived In A Shoe”) (“Five Little Birds”) ♫ One, two, three, four, ♫ Five little birds went flying one day ♫ Over the hills and far away ♫ The mother bird said,
tweet, tweet, tweet ♫ Only four birds came to the tree ♫ One, two, three ♫ Four little birds went flying one day ♫ Over the hills and far away ♫ When mother bird said,
tweet, tweet, tweet ♫ Only three birds came to the tree ♫ One, two ♫ Three little birds went flying one day ♫ Over the hills and far away ♫ When mother bird said,
tweet, tweet, tweet ♫ Only two birds came to the tree ♫ One, two little birds
went flying one day ♫ Over the hills and far away ♫ When mother bird said,
tweet, tweet, tweet ♫ Only one bird came to the tree ♫ One little bird went flying one day ♫ Over the hills and far away ♫ When mother bird said,
tweet, tweet, tweet ♫ No little birds came to the tree ♫ Sad mother bird went flying one day ♫ Over the hills and far away ♫ When papa bird said, tweet ♫ All the birds came flying to the tree (“Things That Go Slow”) ♫ The oak tree grows slowly ♫ The snail slithers slowly down the leaf ♫ The turtle below ♫ Is travelling quite slow ♫ And the sloth likes to take things easy ♫ Sometimes slow is the way to go ♫ Some things are better done slow (“Things That Go Slow”) ♫ The oak tree grows slowly ♫ The snail slithers slowly down the leaf ♫ The turtle below is
travelling quite slow ♫ And the sloth like to take things easy ♫ Sometimes slow is the way to go ♫ Some things are better done slow (“Things That Go Slow”) – Hello, I’m Thumbkin. – I’m Pointer. (“Where Is Thumbkin?”) ♫ Where is Thumbkin, where is Thumbkin ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How are you, Mia, very well, I thank you ♫ Let’s all play, let’s all play ♫ Where is Pointer, where is Pointer ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How are you, Jacus,
very well, I thank you ♫ Run and hide, run and hide ♫ Where is Thumbkin, where is Thumbkin ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How are you, Polly,
very well, I thank you ♫ Run away, run away ♫ Where is Pointer, where is Pointer ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How are you, Johnny,
very well, I thank you ♫ Let’s all play, let’s all play (“Where Is Thumbkin?”) ♫ Hi there, I’m going to
count to 1,000 by hundreds. ♫ Are you with me? ♫ Let’s go ♫ 100 ♫ 200 ♫ 300 ♫ 400 ♫ 500 ♫ 600 ♫ 700 ♫ 800 ♫ 900 ♫ 1,000 ♫ You did a great job. ♫ Let’s try it again. ♫ 100 ♫ 200 ♫ 300 ♫ 400 ♫ 500 ♫ 600 ♫ 700 ♫ 800 ♫ 900 ♫ 1,000 ♫ You’re doing awesome. ♫ Let’s sing it one more time. ♫ 100 ♫ 200 ♫ 300 ♫ 400 ♫ 500 ♫ 600 ♫ 700 ♫ 800 ♫ 900 ♫ 1,000 ♫ Thanks for counting with me. ♫ You did excellent. (“Crocodile Song”) ♫ Can you see the bubbles ♫ Popping one, two, three ♫ Look out, there’s his snout ♫ Is that, could it be ♫ Yes, it’s a crocodile ♫ Look at his big smile ♫ He’s got lots of teeth ♫ He swims in the water ♫ Just like he ought to ♫ Sometimes hides underneath (“Crocodile Song”) ♫ Can you see the rushes ♫ Bending one, two, three ♫ Look out, there’s his snout ♫ Is that, could it be ♫ Yes, it’s a crocodile ♫ Look at his big smile ♫ And short little legs ♫ His belly scrapes the floor ♫ As he walks on all four paws ♫ Stomping as he treads (“Crocodile Song”) ♫ Can you see the bubbles ♫ Popping one, two, three ♫ Look out, there’s his snout ♫ Is that, could it be ♫ Yes, it’s a crocodile ♫ Look at his big smile ♫ He’s got a tail so long ♫ And thick scaly skin ♫ As sharp as pins ♫ He’s very strong (“Crocodile Song”) (“Wheels On The Bus-Part Four”) ♫ 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 people on the bus say good morning ♫ Good morning, good morning ♫ The people on the bus say good morning ♫ All through the town ♫ The cat on the bus,
he reads, reads, reads ♫ Reads, reads, reads, reads, reads, reads ♫ The cat on the bus,
he reads, reads, reads ♫ All through the town ♫ The monkey on the bus
says please, please, please ♫ Please, please, please,
please, please, please ♫ The monkey on the bus
says please, please, please ♫ All through the town ♫ The spider on the bus says mind my feet ♫ Mind my feet, mind my feet ♫ The spider on the bus says mind my feet ♫ All through the town ♫ The pig on the bus, he
snores, snores, snores ♫ Snores, snores, snores,
snores, snores, snores ♫ The pig on the bus, he
snores, snores, snores ♫ All through the town ♫ The people on the bus
say we had a nice ride ♫ We had a nice ride, we had a nice ride ♫ The people on the bus
say we had a nice ride ♫ All through the town (“Wheels On The Bus-Part Four”) (“Five Little Speckled Frogs”) ♫ 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 (ringing) (“Brush Teeth Song”) ♫ First, take your toothbrush ♫ Next, add a small amount of toothpaste ♫ Now, brush ♫ This is the way we brush our teeth ♫ Brush our teeth, brush our teeth ♫ This is the way we brush our teeth ♫ We do it in the morning ♫ Brushing up and brushing down ♫ Left and right and round and round ♫ A nice bright smile will then be found ♫ We brushed really well ♫ This is the way we brush our teeth ♫ Brush our teeth, brush our teeth ♫ This is the way we brush our teeth ♫ We do it in the evening ♫ Brushing left and brushing right ♫ Brushing till our teeth are bright ♫ Then we say, oh, goodnight ♫ We brushed really well (“Brush Teeth Song”) ♫ This is the way we brush our teeth ♫ Brush our teeth, brush our teeth ♫ This is the way we brush our teeth ♫ We do it twice a day (“Brush Teeth Song”) (“Hey Diddle Diddle”) ♫ 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 away with the spoon (“Hey Diddle Diddle”) ♫ 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 away with the spoon (“Hey Diddle Diddle”) ♫ 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 away with the spoon (“Hey Diddle Diddle”) ♫ 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 away with the spoon (“Hey Diddle Diddle”) (“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 two can really have a great time ♫ Just wait and see what you can do ♫ Oh yeah (“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 two can really have a great time ♫ Just wait and see what you can do ♫ Oh yeah (“Swimming Song”) (“Peekaboo Song”) ♫ Hey you, boo ♫ Peekaboo, I see you ♫ Hey you, boo ♫ Peekaboo, I see you ♫ Hey you, boo ♫ Peekaboo, I see you ♫ Hey you, boo ♫ Peekaboo, I see you ♫ Boo ♫ Hey you, boo ♫ Peekaboo, I see you ♫ Hey you, boo ♫ Peekaboo, I see you ♫ Hey you, boo ♫ Peekaboo, I see you ♫ Hey you, boo ♫ Peekaboo, I see you ♫ Boo (“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 (“Five Little Monsters”) – [Teacher] 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. (“Months Of The Year”) ♫ January January. ♫ February February. ♫ March March. ♫ April April. ♫ May May. ♫ June June. ♫ July July. ♫ August August. ♫ September September. ♫ October October. ♫ November November. ♫ December December. (“1, 2 What Shall We Do?”) ♫ One, two, what shall we do ♫ Three, four, measure and pour ♫ Five, six, whisk and mix ♫ Seven, eight, bake the cake ♫ Nine, ten, in the oven (“1, 2 What Shall We Do?”) ♫ One, two, what shall we do ♫ Three, four, measure and pour ♫ Five, six, whisk and mix ♫ Seven, eight, pipe the cake ♫ Nine, ten, do it again (“1, 2 What Shall We Do?”) ♫ One, two, what shall we do ♫ Three, four, fill and pour ♫ Five, six, spoon to lick ♫ Seven, eight, eat the cake ♫ Nine, ten, yum, mm mm (“1, 2 What Shall We Do?”) (“Mia Had A Little Dog”) ♫ Mia had a little dog ♫ Little dog, little dog ♫ Mia had a little dog ♫ And his name was Bingo ♫ And everywhere that Mia went ♫ Mia went, Mia went ♫ And everywhere that Mia went ♫ Bingo was sure to go (“Mia Had A Little Dog”) ♫ Mia had a little dog ♫ Little dog, little dog ♫ Mia had a little dog ♫ And his name was Bingo ♫ And everywhere that Mia went ♫ Mia went, Mia went ♫ And everywhere that Mia went ♫ Bingo was sure to go (“Mia Had A Little Dog”) (“Wheels On The Bus-Part 11”) ♫ 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 ♫ Daisy on the bus says what’s that sound ♫ What’s that sound, what’s that sound ♫ Daisy on the bus says what’s that sound ♫ All through the town ♫ The cars then let the fire truck through ♫ Fire truck through, fire truck through ♫ The cars then let the fire truck through ♫ All through the town ♫ The cat in the tree says meow meow meow ♫ Meow meow meow, meow meow meow ♫ The cat in the tree says meow meow meow ♫ All through the town ♫ The fireman says now please don’t move ♫ Please don’t move, please don’t move ♫ The fireman says now please don’t move ♫ All through the town ♫ The cat in the tree has been rescued ♫ Been rescued, been rescued ♫ The cat in the tree has been rescued ♫ All through the town ♫ The people gathered
round are now cheering ♫ Now cheering, now cheering ♫ The people gathered
round are now cheering ♫ All through the town (“Wheels On The Bus-Part 11”) (“I Had A Little Nut Tree”) ♫ I had a little nut tree ♫ Nothing would it bear ♫ But a silver nutmeg ♫ And a golden pear ♫ The King of Spain’s daughter ♫ Came to visit me ♫ And all for the sake ♫ Of my little nut tree ♫ Her dress was made of crimson ♫ Jet black was her hair ♫ She asked me for my nutmeg ♫ And my golden pear ♫ I said, so fair a princess ♫ Never did I see ♫ I’ll give you all the fruit ♫ From my little nut tree ♫ I had a little nut tree ♫ Nothing would it bear ♫ But a silver nutmeg ♫ And a golden pear ♫ The King of Spain’s daughter ♫ Came to visit me ♫ And all for the sake ♫ Of my little nut tree ♫ Her dress was made of crimson ♫ Jet black was her hair ♫ She asked me for my nutmeg ♫ And my golden pear ♫ I said, so fair a princess ♫ Never did I see ♫ I’ll give you all the fruit ♫ From my little nut tree (“I Had A Little Nut Tree”) (“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”) ♫ 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”) (“Zoo Song”) ♫ Let’s go to the zoo zoo ♫ And see what we can do do ♫ Let’s go to the zoo zoo ♫ And see what we can do ♫ Can you stomp like an elephant ♫ Stomp stomp ♫ Hiss like a snake ♫ Sss sss ♫ Can you hop hop hop just like a kangaroo ♫ Hop hop ♫ Can you talk like a monkey ♫ Ee oo ♫ Roar like a lion ♫ Roar ♫ There’s so many things that we can do ♫ At the zoo ♫ Let’s go to the zoo zoo ♫ And see what we can do do ♫ Let’s go to the zoo zoo ♫ And see what we can do ♫ Can you stomp like an elephant ♫ Stomp stomp ♫ Hiss like a snake ♫ Sss sss ♫ Can you hop hop hop just like a kangaroo ♫ Hop hop ♫ Can you talk like a monkey ♫ Ee oo ♫ Roar like a lion ♫ Roar ♫ There’s so many things that we can do ♫ At the zoo (“Zoo Song”) (“Wheels On The Bus-Part Eight”) ♫ 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 ♫ Mia by the door says good morning ♫ Good morning, good morning ♫ Mia by the door says good morning ♫ All through the town ♫ The traffic light has turned to red ♫ Turned to red, turned to red ♫ The traffic light has turned to red ♫ All through the town ♫ The bus on the road says so smoky ♫ So smoky, so smoky ♫ The bus on the road says so smokey ♫ All through the town ♫ The driver on the bus
says you need a wash ♫ You need a wash, you need a wash ♫ The driver on the bus
says you need a wash ♫ All through the town ♫ The brush on the wash
goes splish splash splosh ♫ Splish splash splosh,
splish splash splosh ♫ The brush on the wash
goes splish splash splosh ♫ All through the town ♫ The wheels on the bus are shiny again ♫ Shiny again, shiny again ♫ The wheels on the bus are shiny again ♫ All through the town (“Wheels On The Bus-Part Eight”) (“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 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 Song”) (“Five Little Kittens Jumping On The Bed”) ♫ Five little kittens 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 ♫ Four little kittens 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 kittens 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 kittens 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 ♫ One little kitten jumping on the bed ♫ She fell off and bumped her head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed (“Five Little Kittens Jumping On The Bed”) (“The Muffin Man”) ♫ Do you know the muffin man ♫ The muffin man, the muffin man ♫ Do you know the muffin man ♫ Who lives on Drury Lane ♫ Yes, I know the muffin man ♫ The muffin man, the muffin man ♫ Yes, I know the muffin man ♫ Who lives on Drury Lane (“The Muffin Man”) ♫ Do you know the muffin man ♫ The muffin man, the muffin man ♫ Do you know the muffin man ♫ Who lives on Drury Lane ♫ Yes, I know the muffin man ♫ The muffin man, the muffin man ♫ Yes, I know the muffin man ♫ Who lives on Drury Lane (“The Muffin Man”) (“Diddle Diddle Dumpling, My Son John”) ♫ Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John ♫ Went to bed with his trousers on ♫ One shoe off and the other shoe on ♫ Diddle, diddle, dumpling,
diddle, diddle, dumpling ♫ Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John (“Diddle Diddle Dumpling My Son John”) ♫ Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John ♫ Went to bed with his trousers on ♫ One shoe off and the other shoe on ♫ Diddle, diddle, dumpling,
diddle, diddle, dumpling ♫ Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John (“Diddle Diddle Dumpling My Son John”) ♫ Day ♫ Night ♫ Day ♫ Night ♫ The sun comes up to start the day ♫ There’s time to learn and time to play ♫ We eat our meals and do our chores ♫ There’s family time and so much more ♫ At night the moon comes out to shine ♫ It’s nice to get ready for bedtime ♫ We rest our heads and close our eyes ♫ The stars, they twinkle in the sky (“Day And Night Song”) ♫ The sun comes up to start the day ♫ There’s time to learn and time to play ♫ We eat our meals and do our chores ♫ There’s family time and so much more ♫ At night the moon comes out to shine ♫ It’s nice to get ready for bedtime ♫ We rest our heads and close our eyes ♫ The stars, they twinkle in the sky (“Day And Night Song”) (“Cock A Doodle Doo”) ♫ Cock a doodle doo, my
dame has lost her shoe ♫ My master’s lost his fiddlestick ♫ And knows not what to do ♫ Cock a doodle doo, what is my dame to do ♫ Till master’s found his fiddlingstick ♫ She’ll dance without her shoe ♫ Cock a doodle doo, my
dame has found her shoe ♫ And master’s found his fiddlingstick ♫ Sing cock a doodle doo ♫ Cock a doodle doo, my
dame will dance with you ♫ While master fiddles his fiddlingstick ♫ And knows not what to do ♫ Cock a doodle doo, my
dame has lost her shoe ♫ My master’s lost his fiddlestick ♫ And knows not what to do ♫ Cock a doodle doo, what is my dame to do ♫ Till master’s found his fiddlingstick ♫ She’ll dance without her shoe ♫ Cock a doodle doo, my
dame has found her shoe ♫ And master’s found his fiddlingstick ♫ Sing cock a doodle doo ♫ Cock a doodle doo, my
dame will dance with you ♫ While master fiddles his fiddlingstick ♫ And knows not what to do (“The Moon Song”) ♫ At night the moon comes out to play ♫ The sun has finished for the day ♫ Now it’s late and very dark ♫ The moon shines bright across the park ♫ It’s the moon, moon, moon ♫ It’s the moon, moon, moon (“The Moon Song”) ♫ Sometimes the moon is a crescent ♫ And sometimes it is round ♫ It grows bigger and then smaller ♫ Every month we have found ♫ It’s the moon, moon, moon ♫ It’s the moon, moon, moon ♫ It’s the moon, moon, moon ♫ It’s the moon (“The Moon Song”) (“To Market To Market”) ♫ To market, to market, to buy a big cake ♫ Walk around, shop around, jiggety-bake ♫ To market, to market, to buy a cute dog ♫ Walk around, shop around, jiggety-jog ♫ To market, to market, to buy a big drum ♫ Home again, home again, market is done (“To Market To Market”) ♫ To market, to market, to buy a big cake ♫ Walk around, shop around, jiggety-bake ♫ To market, to market, to buy a cute dog ♫ Walk around, shop around, jiggety-jog ♫ To market, to market, to buy a big drum ♫ Home again, home again, market is done (“To Market To Market”) (“A Wise Old Owl”) ♫ A wise old owl lived in an oak ♫ The more he saw the less he spoke ♫ The less he spoke the more he heard ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird (“A Wise Old Owl”) ♫ A wise old owl lived in an oak ♫ The more he saw the less he spoke ♫ The less he spoke the more he heard ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird (“A Wise Old Owl”) (“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 (“Rock A Bye Baby”) ♫ 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 (“Rock A Bye Baby”) (“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 (“Bath Song”) ♫ Ah, nice and clean now (“Farmer In The Dell”) ♫ The farmer in the dell ♫ The farmer in the dell ♫ Hi-ho, the derry-o, ♫ The farmer in the dell ♫ The farmer takes a cow ♫ The farmer takes a cow ♫ Hi-ho, the derry-o ♫ The farmer takes a cow ♫ The cow takes a pig ♫ The cow takes a pig ♫ Hi-ho, the derry-o ♫ The cow takes a pig ♫ The pig takes a dog ♫ The pig takes a dog ♫ Hi-ho, the derry-o ♫ The pig takes a dog ♫ The dog takes a cat ♫ The dog takes a cat ♫ Hi-ho, the derry-o ♫ The dog takes a cat ♫ The cat takes a mouse ♫ The cat takes a mouse ♫ Hi-ho, the derry-o ♫ The cat takes a mouse ♫ The mouse takes the cheese ♫ The mouse takes the cheese ♫ Hi-ho, the derry-o ♫ The mouse takes the cheese (“Farmer In The Dell”)

100 thoughts on “The Little Blue Whale | Plus Lots More Nursery Rhymes | 59 Minutes Compilation from LittleBabyBum!

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  3. im very happy to watch the songs me en my baby my baby is hapy with de songs she sleeps to the songs

  4. Hey LBB This Video Is Really Awsome My Youngest Sister Just Love This Pls Make More

  5. My girl is 20 months old she is learning a lot from you guys she sings all of your songs luv u

  6. lbb, you are so amazing! my baby girl was watching u since she was 6 months old. now she is 1 n half yrs. she loves u so much and had learned lot. Thank you so much. keep up your good work. all the best!

  7. wow your songs and animation are very good and are very good for teaching little kids!👍🏻😍

  8. my 18 month old son loves these 🙂 hes learning a lot from the songs..thank you

  9. But frogs and bugs don't go together But I love this so much!!!!!!

  10. My neice loves it thanks alot LBB she listen to it everyday we almost memorise the songs😂😂😂

  11. you guy's have 10M more than miranda sings keep up the good work

  12. My son enjoy watching these lovely rhymes..thnku LBB!!😊😊

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  15. we love little baby bum. it's full of educational shows . my son loves the colors and textures and songs . it is sure to catch a child's attention.

  16. My 14 month old baby boy loves LBB!!! I love that it's also educational, Thank You LBB, please keep posting these videos they're amazing!

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