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Spring and Early Summer Songs


A dandelion puff

Is a very queer clock

It doesn’t say tick

And it doesn’t say tock

It hasn’t a cuckoo

It hasn’t a chime

And I really don’t think

It can tell me the time!

I have ten little fingers And they all belong to me I can make them do things Would you like to see? I can shut them up tight I can open them wide I can put them together I can make them all hide I can make them jump high I can make them jump low I can fold them up gently And hold them just so.

Rag doll’s arms have got no bones When you lift them up, they go flop! Rag doll’s legs have got no bones When you lift them up, they go flop! Rag doll’s head just wigs and wags What a funny girl/boy, made of rags!

What do you suppose? A bee sat on my nose. Then what do you think? He gave me a wink. And said, "I beg your pardon, I thought you were a garden."

There was an old man with a beard Who said, "It is just as I feared! Two owls and a hen, four larks and a wren Have all built their nests in my beard.”

As little Jenny Wren was standing by the shed She waggled with her tail, And nodded with her head. She waggled with her tail, And nodded with her head, As little Jenny Wren was standing by the shed.

Oats and beans and barley grow, Oats and beans and barley grow, Not you nor I nor anyone know How oats and beans and barley grow? First the farmer sows his seed, Then he stands and takes his ease, He stamps his feet and claps his hands, And turns around to view the land.


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