The Wiggles: Nursery Rhymes 2 (Part 1 of 3)


(UPBEAT MUSIC) -Hi.
-ALL: We’re the Wiggles. -I’m Emma.
-I’m Simon. -I’m Lachy.
-And I’m Anthony. And right now
it’s time to sing. -It’s time to dance.
-It’s time to play. -And it’s time to sleep.
-(OTHERS GASP) Oh, no! Lachy’s fallen asleep. We’re gonna have to
wake him up. Are you ready? After the count of three,
let’s say, “Wake up, Lachy.” Ready? EMMA, SIMON AND ANTHONY:
One, two, three. Wake up, Lachy! Brrrr!
Thanks for waking me up. Glad you’re awake, Lachy. It’s time to sing
some nursery rhymes. SIMON: ‘Aiken Drum’. (BRIGHT, ROLLICKING
COUNTRY MUSIC) (EMMA SINGS) # There was a man
who lived in the moon # Who lived in the moon,
who lived in the moon # There was a man
who lived in the moon # And his name was Aiken Drum OTHERS: # And he played
upon a ladle, a ladle, a ladle # And he played upon a ladle # And his name was Aiken Drum,
drum, rum-a-tum-tum # Drum, drum, rum-a-tum-tum # And his hat was made
of good cream cheese # Of good cream cheese,
of good cream cheese # And his hat was made
of good cream cheese # And his name was Aiken Drum # And he played upon a ladle,
a ladle, a ladle # And he played upon a ladle # And his name was Aiken Drum,
drum, rum-a-tum-tum # Drum, drum, rum-a-tum-tum # And his coat was made
of good roast beef # Of good roast beef,
of good roast beef # And his coat was made
of good roast beef # And his name was Aiken Drum # And he played upon a ladle,
a ladle, a ladle # And he played upon a ladle # And his name was Aiken Drum,
drum, rum-a-tum-tum # Drum, drum, rum-a-tum-tum # And his buttons
made of penny loaves # Of penny loaves,
of penny loaves # And his buttons
made of penny loaves # And his name was Aiken Drum # And he played upon a ladle,
a ladle, a ladle # And he played upon a ladle # And his name was Aiken Drum,
drum, rum-a-tum-tum # Drum, drum, rum-a-tum-tum # And his breeches
made of haggis bags # Of haggis bags,
of haggis bags # And his breeches
made of haggis bags # And his name was Aiken Drum. # EMMA: ‘B-I-N-G-O’. -Ruff-ruff! Ruff! Ruff!
-(UPBEAT MUSIC) Hey, that sounds like
Bingo the Barking Dog. -Hey, Bingo.
-Ruff! (SINGS) # There was a farmer
had a dog # And Bingo was his name-o ALL: # B-I-N-G-O
B-I-N-G-O # B-I-N-G-O SIMON: # And Bingo
was his name-o… # Ruff! Now, this time
when we spell ‘Bingo’, clap your hands with us. Ah! This is gonna be fun. BINGO: Ruff! Ruff! Ruff! # There was a farmer 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… # (BINGO BARKS AND GROWLS) Hey, that was fun.
Let’s do it again. -What do you think, Bingo?
-Ruff! (SINGS) # There was a farmer
had a dog # And Bingo was his name-o BOTH: # B-I-N-G-O
B-I-N-G-O # B-I-N-G-O SIMON: # And Bingo
was his name-o. # BINGO: Ruff! Ruff! Oh, that was great clapping.
Thanks, Bingo. BINGO: Rokay! ANTHONY: ‘Sweet Boiled Candy’. (ALL SING)
# Ally bally, ally bally bee # Sittin’ on yer mammy’s knee # Waitin’ for a wee bawbee # Tae buy me
a sweet boiled candy # Mama give me thrifty doon # Here’s auld Coulter
comin’ roon’ # Wi’ a basket on his croon # Sellin’ sweet boiled candy # Ally bally, ally bally bee # Sittin’ on yer mammy’s knee # Waitin’ for a wee bawbee # Tae buy me
a sweet boiled candy # Times are gettin’ hard the noo # Yer daddy’s singin’
on the brew # Yer mammy’s still
got a penny or two # Tae buy some
sweet boiled candy (PLAYS SWEET MELODY) # Come, me boy,
wee, wee, wee man # Run down the road
as fast as you can # And pay your money
to the sweetie man # For a big bag
of sweet boiled candy # Ally bally, ally bally bee # Sittin’ on yer mammy’s knee # Waitin’ for a wee bawbee # Tae buy me
a sweet boiled candy # Tae buy me
a sweet boiled candy. # ANTHONY: ‘Gregory Griggs’. (BRIGHT, UPBEAT MUSIC) (SINGS) # Gregory Griggs # Gregory Griggs # Had 47 different wigs # He wore them up # He wore them down # To please the people
of London town # Gregory Griggs, Gregory Griggs # Had 47 different wigs # He wore them east # He wore them west # But never could decide
which one he loved best. # ANTHONY: ‘Have You Seen
the Muffin Man?’ (UPBEAT MUSIC) (SINGS) # Have you seen
the muffin man? # The muffin man, the muffin man # Have you seen the muffin man # Who lives on Drury Lane? ALL: # Yes, we’ve seen
the muffin man # The muffin man, the muffin man # Yes, we’ve seen the muffin man # Who lives on Drury Lane # Have you seen the muffin man? # The muffin man, the muffin man # Have you seen the muffin man # Who lives on Drury Lane? # Yes, we’ve seen the muffin man # The muffin man, the muffin man # Yes, we’ve seen the muffin man # Who lives on Drury Lane. # EMMA: ‘Hey Diddle Diddle’. (GENTLE FOLK MUSIC) (SINGS) # Hey, diddle diddle # The cat and the fiddle # The cow jumped
over the moon… # Moo! # The little dog laughed
to see such sport # And the dish ran away
with the spoon… # EMMA: Come on, spoon.
Let’s run away. # Dish ran away
with the spoon… # OK, dish. (PLAYS MELODY) # Hey, diddle diddle # The cat and the fiddle # The cow jumped
over the moon… # Moo! # The little dog laughed
to see such sport # And the dish ran away
with the spoon… # EMMA: Come on, spoon. Let’s go. # Dish ran away
with the spoon. # OK, dish. Let’s run away. Oh, come back, dish. Come back, spoon. EMMA: ‘Hush Little Baby’. (PLAYS GENTLE MELODY) (SINGS) # Hush, little baby
Don’t say a word # Daddy’s gonna buy you
a mockingbird # And if that mockingbird
don’t sing # Well, Daddy’s gonna buy you
a diamond ring # And if that diamond ring
turns brass # Well, Daddy’s gonna buy you
a looking glass # And if that looking glass
gets broke # Well, Daddy’s gonna buy you
a billy goat # And if that billy goat
don’t pull # Well, Daddy’s gonna buy you
a cart and bull # And if that cart and bull
turn over # Well, Daddy’s gonna buy you
a dog named Rover # And if that dog named Rover
don’t bark # Well, Daddy’s gonna buy you
a horse and cart # And if that horse and cart
fall down # Well, you’ll be the sweetest
little baby in town # So hush, little baby
Don’t you cry # Your mummy loves you
and so do I SIMON: # Doo doo-doo SIMON, EMMA AND LACHY:
# Doo doo-doo, doo doo-doo # Ba-dah, ba-dah, ba-dah
Ba-dah, ba-dah SIMON: # I’m gonna
buy you a bird -(TUNEFUL WHISTLING)
-# Doo doo-doo # Doo doo-doo ALL: # Ba-dah, ba-dah, ba-dah
Ba-dah, ba-dah # So hush, little baby
Don’t say a word # Daddy’s gonna buy you
a mockingbird # And if that mockingbird
don’t sing # Well, Daddy’s gonna buy you
a diamond ring ALL: # Doo doo-doo, doo doo-doo # Ba-dah, ba-dah, ba-dah
Ba-dah, ba-dah. # ANTHONY: ‘I’ll Tell Me Ma’. (PLAYS LIVELY TUNE) (SINGS) # I’ll tell me ma
when I go home # The boys won’t leave
the girls alone # They pull me hair,
they stole me comb # But that’s alright
till I go home # She is handsome,
she is pretty # She is the belle
of Dublin City # She is a-courting
One, two, three # Please won’t you tell me,
who is she? (SINGS) # Albert Mooney
says he loves her # All the boys
are fighting for her # Knock at the door,
they’re ringing the bell # Saying, “Oh, my true love,
are you well?” # Out she comes as white as snow # Rings on her fingers,
bells on her toes # Ol’ Jenny Murray
says she’ll die # If she doesn’t get the fella
with the roving eye # Let the wind and
the rain and the hail blow high # And the snow come tumbling
from the sky # She’s as sweet as apple pie # She’ll get her own right,
by and by # When she gets a lad of her own # She won’t tell her ma
till she gets home # Let them all come as they will # It’s Albert Mooney
she loves still (PENNY WHISTLE PLAYS MELODY) ALL: # I’ll tell me ma
when I go home # The boys won’t leave
the girls alone # They pull me hair,
they stole me comb # But that’s alright
till I go home # She is handsome,
she is pretty # She is the belle
of Dublin City # She is a-courting
One, two, three # Please won’t you tell me,
who is she? # I’ll tell me ma
when I get home # The boys won’t leave
the girls alone # Pull me hair,
they stole me comb # But that’s alright
till I go home # She is handsome,
she is pretty # She is the belle
of Dublin City # She is a-courting
One, two, three # Please won’t you tell me,
who is she? MEN: # Albert Mooney loves her # Albert Mooney loves her! #

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