Sing a Song of Sixpence


Sixty Favourite Nursery Rhymes

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Sixty much-loved nursery rhymes, sung by Susan Sheridan and Jimmy HibbertJoin in with Susan Sheridan and Jimmy Hibbert, as they sing along to 60 of their favourite nursery rhymes, complete with wonderful music and sound effects. Perfect for playtime or in the car, these classic counting songs, action songs and lullabies are sure to delight little ones.Track listing1 Sing a Song of Sixpence2 Girls and Boys Come Out to Play3 London Bridge is Falling Down4 Oh, Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone?5 Jack and Jill6 Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary7 Hey Diddle Diddle, the Cat and the Fiddle8 I Saw Three Ships9 Pease Pudding10 Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush11 Over the Hills and Far Away12 Little Boy Blue13 Wee Willie Winkie14 One, Two, Buckle My Shoe15 Humpty Dumpty16 Bye Baby Bunting17 One a Penny, Two a Penny18 The North Wind Doth Blow19 Incy Wincy Spider20 See Saw, Margery Daw21 The Grand Old Duke of York22 Little Tommy Tucker23 Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star24 Pop Goes the Weasel25 Rock-a-Bye Baby on the Tree Top26 Oranges and Lemons27 I Had a Little Nut Tree28 Pussycat, Pussycat29 The Farmer’s in the Dell30 Jack Sprat31 Three Blind Mice32 Cock-a-Doodle-Doo33 Baa Baa Black Sheep34 Fly Away, Ladybird35 Simple Simon36 Ride a Cock Horse to Banbury Cross37 Diddle Diddle Dumpling38 I Love Little Pussy39 Pat-a-Cake, Pat-a-Cake40 Little Jack Horner41 Who Killed Cock Robin?42 This Little Piggy43 Tom, Tom, the Piper’s Son44 Lavender’s Blue45 Hickory Dickory Dock46 Polly Put the Kettle On47 Little Bo Peep48 There Was a Frog Lived in a Well49 There Was a Crooked Man50 Rub-a-Dub-Dub51 Curly Locks52 Doctor Foster Went to Gloucester53 Three Little Kittens54 London’s Burning55 Goosey Goosey Gander56 Georgie Porgie57 Ding Dong Bell58 Cuckoo, Cuckoo59 Ring a Ring o’Roses60 The Muffin Man© 2022 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd (P) 2022 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd]]>



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