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Winter songs & rhymes


Uncle John, Mum and Me

Uncle John, Mum and Me

Went for a ride before our tea

Mum fell off...Dad fell off...

But Uncle John went on and on and on and on and on and on and on!

Ragdoll's arms have got no bones,

when you lift them up they go flop.

Ragdoll's legs have got no bones,

when you lift them up they go flop.

Ragdoll's head just wigs and wags,

what a funny doll made of rags.

Four scarlet berries

Left upon the tree.

‘Thanks,’ said the blackbird,

‘These will do for me.’

First he ate numbers one and two,

Then ate number three;

When he’d eaten number four,

There was none to see!

The north wind doth blow and we shall have snow

The north wind doth blow and we shall have snow, And what will the robin do then, poor thing, He’ll sit in a barn, and keep himself warm, And hide his head under his wing, poor thing.

And what will the dormouse do then? Poor thing. She’ll curl in a ball, In her nest oh-so small, And wait for the coming of spring, Poor thing.

The north wind doth blow, And we shall have snow, And what will the swallows do then? Poor things.

Oh didn’t you know? They were gone long ago, To a country much warmer than this,

Tell me where do you come from, you little flakes of snow? Falling, falling, softly falling to the earth below. On the trees and the hedgerows, on the hillsides afar, Tell me snowflakes do you come from where the angels are?

To add when the snowdrops come out:

Snowdrop Snowdrop

Snowdrop Snowdrop little drops of snow

What do you do when the cold wind blows

I hang my little head and say

cold wind cold wind go away

Snowdrop snowdrop dressed in green and white

What do you do when the sun shines bright?

I raise my little head and say

Ding-a-ling Ding-a-ling here comes Spring!

And for frost:

Jack Frost

Jack Frost is a fairy small. I'm sure he is out today. He nipped my nose. And pinched my toes. When I went out to play.

King winter song ( with cloak and crown )


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