Go to bedMy little puddinheadThe witching hour is nigh.The monster in the closetWill soon awakeThe Jack-in-the-boxWill cry.No sticks, no stonesNo broken bonesFor you this Halloween.No tricks or treatsOr smelly feet'sNo candy cornNovember morn.So go to bedMy little puddinheadAnd...
He lives in the sea
He saw all the others But he didn't see me The Slithery Dee He came out of the sea He chased all the others But he didn't chase me
The Slithery Dee I hid in a tree He caught all the others But he couldn't catch me
The Slithery Dee He went back to the sea...
*Mary had a little lambIn diapers he would goHer lamb was really her brotherAnd his diapers did always showOne when she 15And he was 9His diaper was so poopyShe changed his little behindBaby Jimmy 2013
This is a medieval rhyme dating back to around the time of Henry VIII
I'll start with the short version first, I knew there was a longer version, but nobody seemed to know all the words.
Orange and Lemons
Say the bells of Saint Clements
You owe me five farthings
Say the bells of...
The Nursery world you think is kind,
But afterward you'll change your mind.
With Humpty Dumpty, who never broke,
And Little Miss Muffet, who always spoke.
Jack pushed Jill down the hill,
So now our story begins with a spill. Sleeping beauty never did awake, Snow...
This little dark rhyme dates back to Mary , Queen of Scots, the Catholic half sister of Elizabeth, the ' Virgin ' queen, and King Henry VIII's daughters. Mary, Mary, quite contraryHow does your garden grow?With silver bells And cockle shellsAnd pretty maids all in a rowThis...