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Song Source First Line
Baa! Baa! Black Sheep The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane "Baa! Baa! Black sheep, have you any wool?"
Billy Pringle The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane Billy Pringle had a little pig
The Carrion Crow The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane A carrion crow sat on an oak, derry, derry, derry, decco
Xmas Day in the Morning The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Dame, get up and bake your pies, bake your pies, bake your pies
Dance a Baby The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Dance a baby diddy!
Ding Dong Bell The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Ding dong bell! Pussyís in the well!
Dr. Faustus The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Doctor Faustus was a good man
Et Moi de M'en Courir The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane En passant dans un pítit bois, où le coucou chantait
The Fly and the Humble Bee The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane Fiddle-de-dee, Fiddle-de-dee, the fly has married the humble bee
Buy a Broom The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane From Deutschland I come with my light wares all laden
Girls and Boys The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Girls and boys come out to play, the moon doth shine as bright as day
The Mulberry Bush The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Here we go round the mulberry bush
Dickory Dock The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Hickory, dickory dock! the mouse ran up the clock
Hot Cross Buns The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane Hot Cross Buns! Hot Cross Buns! One a penny, two a penny, Hot Cross Buns!
My Lady's Garden The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane How does my ladyís garden grow?
Hush-a-by Baby The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Hush-a-by baby on the tree-top
I Had a Little Nut Tree The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane I had a little nut-tree, nothing would it bear
The Four Presents The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane I had four brothers over the sea, Perrie, Merrie, Dixi, Domine
I Saw Three Ships The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane I saw three ships come sailing by
If All the World Were Paper The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane If all the world were paper, and all the sea were ink
Le Petit Chasseur The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane Il était un petit hommí, A cheval sur un bâton
La Bergere The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane Il était uní bergère, et ron, ron, ron, petit patapon
Ye Frog's Wooing The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane It was the frog lived in the well, Heigh-ho! says Rowley
Jack and Jill The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water
Ye Frog and Ye Crow The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane A jolly fat frog lived in the river swim, O!
Lavender's Blue The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Lavenderís blue, diddle, diddle! Lavenderís green
Bo-Peep The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Little Bo-Peep, she lost her sheep, and didnít know where to find them
The Little Cock Sparrow The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane A little cock-sparrow sat on a high tree
Little Jack Horner The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Little Jack Horner sat in a corner, eating a Christmas pie
London Bridge The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane London Bridge is broken down, dance over my Ladye Lea
Lucy Locket The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane Lucy Locket lost her pocket, Kitty Fisher found it
The Ploughboy in Luck The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane My daddy is dead, but I canít tell you how
The North Wind and the Robin The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane The north wind doth blow and we shall have snow
Looby Light The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane Now we dance looby, looby, looby
The Scare-Crow The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane O all you little blackey tops, pray donít you eat my fatherís crops
The Jolly Tester The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane O dear Six-pence, Iíve got Six-pence, I love Six-pence as I love my life
Mrs. Bond The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane "Oh, what have you got for dinner, Mrs. Bond?"
King Cole The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Old King Cole was a merry old soul
The Little Disaster The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane Once there lived a little man, where a little river ran
The Old Man in Leather The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane One misty, moisty morning, when cloudy was the weather
Oranges and Lemons The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Oranges and lemons, says the bells of St. Clemenís
Charley over the Water The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane Over the water, and over the lea, and over the water to Charley
Polly Put the Kettle On The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane Polly, put the kettle on, Polly, put the kettle on
Pussy Cat The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane Pussy-cat high, Pussy-cat low
Puss at Court The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane "Pussy-cat, pussy-cat, where have you been?"
Margery Daw The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane See-saw, Margery Daw
Ye Fairy Ship The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane A ship, a ship a-sailing, a-sailing on the sea
Ye Song of Sixpence The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Sing a song of sixpence, a pocket fall of rye
Sur le Pont d'Avignon The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane Sur le pont díAvignon, tout le monde y danse, danse
Ye Jolly Miller The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane There was a jolly miller once lived on the river Dee
There Was a Lady Loved a Swine The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane There was a lady loved a swine
Little Man and Maid The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane There was a little man and he wooíd a little maid
The Little Woman and the Pedlar The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane There was a little woman, as Iíve heard say, Fol, lol, diddle, diddle dol
Aiken Drum The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane There was a man lived in the moon, lived in the moon, lived in the moon
The Old Woman of Norwich The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane There was an old woman and what do you think?
The Old Woman Tossed Up in a Blanket The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane There was an old woman tossed up in a blanket
The Three Little Kittens The Baby's Bouquet by Walter Crane There were three little kittens put on their mittens
Three Blind Mice The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Three blind mice, see how they run!
Three Children The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Three children sliding on the ice, all on a summerís day
Over the Hills and Far Away The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Tom he was a piperís son, he learnt to play when he was young
Tom, the Piper's Son The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Tom, Tom, the piperís son, stole a pig and away did run
Cock Robin and Jenny Wren The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane 'Twas on a merry time, when Jenny Wren was young
St. Paul's Steeple The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Upon Paulís steeple stands a tree as full of apples as may be
Warm Hands The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane Warm hands, warm, thy men are gone to plough
Natural History The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane What are little boys made of?
King Arthur The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane When good King Arthur ruled this land, he was a goodly king
My Pretty Maid The Baby's Opera by Walter Crane "Where are you going to, my pretty maid?"



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