A Wise Old Owl

“A Wise Old Owl” is a nursery rhyme original from the USA. We are not sure of its exact origins but most probably it dates back to the 19th century. It was first mentioned by John D. Rockefeller at the … Continue reading →

Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat

“Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat” is a nursery rhyme from England. It was first published in 1805 in the collection book “Songs for the Nurseries”, London. It is unsure who the lyrics of this rhyme refer to, but most probably the … Continue reading →

Old MacDonald Had a Farm

“Old MacDonald Had a Farm” is popular nursery rhyme and animal song for kids, first recorded in the USA. A similar version of this song called “Ohio (Old Macdougal Had a Farm) was first published in Tommy’s Tune collection, a … Continue reading →

Mary Had a Little Lamb

“Mary Had a Little Lamb” is a beautiful rhyme for kids telling the story of a girl who one day is taking her lamb to school. The lyrics belong to American writer Sarah Josepha Hale (1788-1879) and the musical sheet … Continue reading →

Little Bunny Foo Foo

“Little Bunny Foo Foo” is one of the most beloved nursery rhymes and it tells the story of a nasty little rabbit who is disturbing a mice family. This behavior is upsetting the Good Fairy who blames him for his … Continue reading →

Ladybird Ladybird

“Ladybird Ladybird” (also known as “Ladybug Ladybug”) is a traditional nursery rhyme, dating back to the 18th century England. Ladybugs, referred as ladybirds in the UK, have been always loved by little children, and not only. These red or yellow … Continue reading →

Itsy Bitsy Spider

“Itsy Bitsy Spider” or “Incy Wincy Spider” is a modern nursery rhyme that is very popular among children. The origin of this song is unknown. It was first published in 1920, more as a song for adults in “Camp and … Continue reading →

I Love Little Pussy

“I Love Little Pussy” is an old nursery rhyme, dating back to the 18th century England. The song was first published in 1830 in “The Child’s Song Book” and its lyrics have been attributed to Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star’s author, … Continue reading →

Hickory Dickory Dock

“Hickory Dickory Dock” is a traditional nursery rhyme, dating back to the 18th century London. It was fisrt recorded as “’Hickere, Dickere Dock” by Tommy Thumb in his Pretty Song Book collection, 1744, London. Later, another version was published in … Continue reading →

Hey Diddle Diddle

“Hey Diddle Diddle”, “The Cat and the Fiddle” or “The Cow Jumped Over the Moon” are all different titles of the same song and they are part of its lyrics. This traditional nursery rhyme dates back to the 18th century … Continue reading →