İngilizce çocuk şarkıları

'Çocuk Kulübü' forumunda YAREN tarafından 9 Kasım 2009 tarihinde açılan konu


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    The Wheels On The Bus
    Traditional


    The wheels on the bus go round and round
    Round and round, round and round
    The wheels on the bus go round and round
    All through the town.

    The horn on the bus goes "Beep, beep, beep
    Beep, beep, beep, beep, beep, beep"
    The horn on the bus goes "Beep, beep, beep"
    All through the town.

    The wipers on the bus go "Swish, swish, swish,
    Swish, swish, swish, swish, swish, swish"
    The wipers on the bus go "Swish, swish, swish"
    All through the town.

    The money on the bus goes "Clink, clink, clink,
    Clink, clink, clink, clink, clink, clink"
    The money on the bus goes "Clink, clink, clink"
    All through the town.

    The door on the bus goes open and shut,
    Open and shut, open and shut,
    The door on the bus goes open and shut,
    All through the town.

    The baby on the bus says "Wah, wah, wah!
    Wah, wah, wah, wah, wah, wah!"
    The baby on the bus says "Wah, wah, wah!"
    All through the town.

    The mommy on the bus says "I love you,
    I love you, I love you"
    The daddy on the bus says "Love you too"
    All through the town.

     



  2. Bingo
    Traditional


    There was a farmer had a dog
    And Bingo was his name oh,
    B-I-N-G-O, B-I-N-G-O, B-I-N-G-O
    And Bingo was his name oh.

    There was a farmer had a dog
    And Bingo was his name oh,
    -I-N-G-O, -I-N-G-O, -I-N-G-O
    And Bingo was his name oh.

    There was a farmer had a dog
    And Bingo was his name oh,
    - -N-G-O, - -N-G-O, - -N-G-O
    And Bingo was his name oh.

    There was a farmer had a dog
    And Bingo was his name oh,
    - - -G-O, - - -G-O, - - -G-O
    And Bingo was his name oh.

    There was a farmer had a dog
    And Bingo was his name oh,
    - - - -O, - - - -O, - - - -O
    And Bingo was his name oh.

    There was a farmer had a dog
    And Bingo was his name oh,
    - - - - - , - - - - - , - - - - -
    And Bingo was his name oh.

    B-I-N-G-O, B-I-N-G-O, B-I-N-G-O
    And Bingo was his name oh.


    Kookaburra
    Traditional


    Kookaburra sits on
    the old gum tree
    Merry merry king
    of the bush is he
    Laugh Kookaburra,
    laugh Kookaburra
    Gay your life must be.

    Repeat
     



  3. S-M-I-L-E
    Traditional


    It isn't any troubleJust to S-M-I-L-E
    It isn't any troubleJust to S-M-I-L-E
    So smile when you're in trouble,It will vanish like a bubble
    If you'll only take the trouble
    Just to S-M-I-L-EIt isn't any trouble
    Just to L-A-U-G-HIt isn't any trouble
    Just to L-A-U-G-H

    So laugh when you're in trouble,
    It will vanish like a bubble
    If you'll only take the trouble
    Just to L-A-U-G-HIt isn't any trouble
    Just to G-R-I-N, grinIt isn't any trouble
    Just to G-R-I-N, grin

    So grin when you're in troubleIt will vanish like a bubble
    If you'll only take the trouble
    Just to G-R-I-N, grin!
    Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!
    Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha
    !Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!
    Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!
    Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!
    Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!
    Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!
     



  4. Jungle Feever
    Wendy Wiseman and Sari Dajani


    Living in the jungle is a wonderful thing
    Hear the lions roar,
    see chimpanzees swing
    Slithering boas coil around a tree
    Boy, am I glad they don't follow me

    It's so hot in the jungle
    But morning time brings pouring rain
    I'm impatient, I just can't wait
    Until the sun comes shining again

    JUNGLE FEVER
    I GOT
    JUNGLE FEVER

    Living in the jungle is such a blast

    Feel the earth move when elephants pass
    Crocodiles and hippos bathe in the sun
    Don't they look like they're having fun

    Feel the heat of the jungle
    Clap your hands and sing this song
    It's a party, let's have some fun
    So jump right in and join along

    JUNGLE FEVER
    I GOT JUNGLE FEVER

    (instrumental)

    Feel the heat of the jungle
    Clap your hands and sing this song
    It's a party, lets have some fun
    So jump right in and join along

    JUNGLE FEVER
    I GOT JUNGLE FEVER
     



  5. Three Blind Mice
    Traditional


    Three blind mice,
    three blind mice
    See how they run,
    see how they run
    They all ran after
    the farmers wife
    She cut off their tail
    with a carving knife
    Did you ever see such
    a sight in your life
    As three blind mice.

    See how they run,
    see how they run...
     



  6. Polly Wooly Doodle
    Traditional


    Oh, I went down south for to see my Sal
    Singing Polly-Wolly-Doodle all day
    My lovely Sal, she is a spunky gal
    Singing Polly-Wolly-Doodle all day.

    Chorus:
    Fare thee well
    Fare thee well
    Fare thee well, my fairy fay
    For I'm going to Louisiana
    For to see my Susyanna
    Singing Polly-Wolly-Doodle all day.

    Oh my Sal, she's a maiden fair
    Singing Polly-Wolly-Doodle all day
    With her curly eyes and her long brown hair
    Singing Polly-Wolly-Doodle all day.

    (Chorus)

    Oh, a grasshopper sitting on a railroad track
    Singing Polly-Wolly-Doodle all day
    Just picking his teeth with a carpet tack
    Singing Polly-Wolly-Doodle all day.

    (Chorus)

    Oh, I went down South for to see my Gal
    Singing Polly-Wolly-Doodle all day
    My lovely Sal, she is a spunky gal
    Singing Polly-Wolly-Doodle all day.

    (Chorus)
     



  7. Rock-A-Tot
    Wendy Wiseman and Sari Dajani


    Everybody loves the way we move
    Everybody says we really groove
    Come and join along with me
    Clap your hands now 1-2-3

    Chorus
    Like a Rock-a-tot
    Dance around alot
    Like a Rock-a-tot
    Clap your hands and rock
    Like a Rock-a-tot
    Give it all you`ve got
    Like a Rock-a-tot... Rock-a-tot

    Jump up and down
    And twirl around
    Pretend you`re on
    A merry-go-round
    We`re here to have alot of fun
    This is a game for everyone

    (Chorus)... (Chorus)

    Let`s all form a circle now
    Let`s hold hands and take a bow
    We can do so many things
    Join along and help us sing

    Like a Rock-a-tot
    Give it your best shot
    Like a Rock-a-tot
    Dance around alot
    Like a Rock-a-tot
    Give it all you've got
    Like a Rock-a-tot
    Clap your hands alot
    Like a Rock-a-tot
    Dance and sing and rock
    Like a Rock-a-tot
    Give it your best shot
    Like a Rock-a-tot
    Clap your hands alot
    Like a Rock-a-tot
    Dance and sing and rock
    Like a Rock-a-tot... Rock-a-tot

     



  8. Itsy Bitsy Spider
    Traditional


    The itsy bitsy spider
    climbed up the water spout

    Down came the rain and
    washed the spider out

    Out came the sun and
    dried up all the rain
    And the eensy weensy spider climbed up the spout again.

    Repeat
     



  9. Mister Clean
    Wendy Wiseman and Sari Dajani


    My favorite time of day
    Is after dinner
    `Cause that`s when I take my bath
    I can`t wait to play
    With all my toys
    So I`m going to get undressed real fast

    During the day
    I can dirty my jeans
    But after my bath
    I`m Mister Clean!

    My mom runs the water
    But I always want it hotter
    So that I can stay longer in the tub
    My duck and me
    And my froggy make three
    All together we rub a dub dub

    When I`m dirty
    I look real mean
    But after my bath
    I`m Mister Clean!

    I feel really good
    Both in and out
    And that`s what a bath`s all about!!!
     



  10. Yankee Doodle
    Traditional


    Yankee Doodle went to town
    A-riding on a pony
    He stuck a feather in his cap
    And called it Macaroni.

    Chorus:
    Yankee Doodle, doodle doo,
    Yankee doodle dandy
    All the lassies are so smart
    And sweet as sugar candy.

    Oh, the noble Duke of York,
    Had ten thousand men;
    He led them up to the top of the hill
    And led them down again.

    (Chorus)

    Now, when they were up they were up,
    And when they were down they were down.
    But when they were only half way up,
    They were neither up nor down.

    (Chorus)

    Sam, Sam, the butcher man,
    Washed his face in a frying pan,
    Combed his hair with a wagon wheel,
    And changed the hoof of his horses heel

    (Chorus)

    Johnny over the ocean,
    Johnny over the sea,
    Johnny broke a bottle of milk
    And blamed it all on me.

    (Chorus)

    Yankee Doodle went to town,
    A-riding on a pony.
    He stuck a feather in his cap
    And called it Macaroni.
     



  11. THE VULTURE

    The vulture eats between his meals
    And that's the reason why
    He very, very rarely feels
    As well as you or I.

    His eye is dull
    His head is bald
    His neck is growing thinner
    Oh, what a lesson for us all
    To only eat at dinner

    HERE IS THE OSTRICH

    Here is the ostrich straight and tall
    Nodding his head above us all
    Here is the long snake on the ground
    Wriggling over the stones he found
    Here are the birds that fly so high
    Spreading their wings across the sky
    Here is the hedgehog prickly and small
    Rolling himself into a ball
    Here is the spider scuttling around
    Treading so lightly on the ground
    Here are the children fast asleep
    And here at night the owls do peep

    KANGAROO RHYME

    Old jumpety-bumpety, hop and ....
    .... Lying asleep on his side in the sun
    This old kangaroo he was whisking the flies
    With his long glossy tail
    From his ears and his eyes
    Old jumpety-bumpety, hop and go one
    Was lying asleep on his side in the sun
    Jumpety, pumpety, hop

    Incy-Wincy Spider

    Incy-Wincy Spider, climbing up the spout
    Down came the rain and washed the spider out
    Out came the sun and dried up all the rain
    Incy-Wincy Spider climbing up again .
    GOT HIM!
     



  12. John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt
    Traditional


    John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt
    That's my name too
    Whenever we go out,
    The people always shout,
    John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt
    Da Da Da Da Da Da Da

    Repeat

    John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt
    John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt


    Head and Shoulders
    Traditional


    Head and shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes, knees and toes,
    Head and shoulders, knees and toes,
    Eyes, ears, mouth and nose.

    (Repeat getting faster each time)
     



  13. ARABELLA MILLER

    Little Arabella Miller
    Found a hairy caterpillar
    First it crawled upon her mother
    Then upon her baby brother
    All said: Arabella Miller
    Take away that caterpiller
    Trot, Trot, Trot

    Trot, trot, trot
    Go and never stop
    When too smooth
    And when too stoney
    Trot along my little pony
    Go and never stop
    Trot, trot, trot, trot, trot!

    BIRTHDAY SONGS

    (Mary) is (five) years old today
    (She's) (five) years old this morning
    And so we light (five) candles bright
    For (Mary) is (five) today!

    (Mary) has waited a whole long year
    To light (her) (five) birthday candles
    And so we sing and sit in a ring
    For (Mary) is (five) today!

    A SMILE

    A smile is such a lovely thing
    It crinkles up your face
    And when it's gone it's hard to find
    It's secret hiding place
    But far more wonderful it is
    To know what smiles can do -
    I smile at you
    You smile at me
    And so one smile makes two!
     



  14. In My Room
    Sari Dajani, Wendy Wiseman


    In my room
    I've got my bed
    Every night that's where
    I lay my head

    And on my bed
    I can jump so high
    And I pretend that
    I'm flying across the sky

    Chorus:
    In my room
    I run the show, can't you see
    Cause in my room
    Everybody listens to me

    In my room
    I've got my teddy bear
    All my toys
    And my favorite chair

    And on the walls
    Of my room
    I've got some pictures
    Of the stars and the moon

    (Chorus)

    Listen!


    I've Got The Runny Nose Blues
    Wendy Wiseman and Sari Dajani


    Everybody's got the runny nose blues
    Everybody hurts from hat to shoes
    What am I supposed to do
    Now I caught the runny nose blues

    Everybody's sick today
    When all I wanted to do was play
    Everybody's got the flu
    Now I've got the runny nose blues

    Mommy`s got a runny nose
    Daddy hurts from head to toes
    My brother`s got a hundred and two
    And now I've got the runny nose blues

    Got to make some chicken soup
    And feed it to my mother
    Got to find the aspirin
    And give it to my brother

    Everybody's got the runny nose blues
    Everybody hurts from hat to shoes
    What am I supposed to do
    `Cause now I've got the runny nose blues
     



  15. HERE IS MY HEAD

    Here is my head, and here is my nose
    Here are my knees, and here are my toes
    Here are my fingers, one, two, three -
    (Susan) come and shake hands with me

    SHARING SECRETS

    I have a secret
    That I will tell to you
    Do you have a secret?
    Please tell it to me, too

    READY TO GO (HOLIDAYS)

    We've one large trunk
    Two big cases
    Three small bags
    Four clean faces
    Five minutes more till we drive away
    Then six weeks fun on holiday

    TOMMY'S FIVE SENSES

    Tommy's ears help him to hear
    And keep his balance, too
    Tommy's eyes help him see
    If something's red or blue
    Tommy's hand help him touch
    And know just how things feel
    Tommy's tongue helps him taste
    A sour lemon peel
    Tommy's nose helps him smell
    The food he likes to chew
    Tommy's senses help him think
    Decide and learn to do
    Tommy has five senses as
    This picture of him shows -
    Tommy's helpers: ears and eyes
    And hands and tongue and nose

    ( L B Scott & J J Thompson - 'Talking Time', McGraw-Hill)
     



  16. Alphabet Song
    Traditional


    ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUV
    WXY and Z

    Now I know my ABC's,
    come and sing along with me.

    Old MacDonald
    Traditional


    Old MacDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O
    And on that farm he had some cows,
    E-I-E-I-O
    With a moo-moo here and
    a moo-moo there
    Here a moo, there a moo,
    everywhere a moo-moo
    Old MacDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O

    Old MacDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O
    And on that farm he had some pigs,
    E-I-E-I-O
    With an oink-oink here and
    an oink-oink there
    Here an oink, there an oink,
    everywhere an oink oink...a moo-moo...
    Old MacDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O

    Old MacDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O
    And on that farm he had a dog,
    E-I-E-I-O
    With a woof-woof here and
    a woof woof there
    Here a woof, there a woof,
    everywhere a woof-woof...
    an oink oink... a moo-moo...
    Old MacDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O

    Old MacDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O
    And on that farm he had some hens,
    E-I-E-I-O
    With a cluck-cluck here and
    a cluck-cluck there
    Here a cluck, there a cluck,
    everywhere a cluck-cluck...
    a woof-woof... an oink oink...
    a moo-moo...
    Old MacDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O

    Old MacDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O
    And on that farm he had some ducks,
    E-I-E-I-O
    With a quack-quack here and
    a quack-quack there
    Here a quack, there a quack,
    everywhere a quack quack...
    a cluck-cluck... a woof-woof...
    an oink oink... a moo-moo...
    Old MacDonald had a farm.
    E-I-E-I-O
     



  17. Hickory Dickory Dock
    Traditional


    Hickory dickory dock
    The mouse ran up the clock
    The clock struck one,
    the mouse ran down
    Hickory dickory dock

    Hickory dickory dock
    The mouse ran up the clock
    The clock struck two,
    he hid in the shoe
    Hickory dickory dock

    Hickory dickory dock
    The mouse ran up the clock
    The clock struck three,
    he climbed up a tree
    Hickory dickory dock

    Hickory dickory dock
    The mouse ran up the clock
    The clock struck four,
    he ran out the door
    Hickory dickory dock

    Hickory dickory dock


    Oh Susanna
    Traditional


    I come from Alabama with my banjo
    on my knee
    I'm going to Louisiana, my true love
    for to see
    Well it rained all night the day I left
    The weather was so dry
    The sun was hot, I froze myself
    Susanna, don't you cry

    Oh, Susanna, oh don't you cry for me
    For I come from Alabama with my banjo on my knee

    I had a dream the other night when every thing was still
    I thought I saw my lovely Susanna
    coming down the hill
    The buckwheat cake was in her mouth
    The tear was in her eye
    I said, I'm coming from down south
    Susanna, don't you cry.
     



  18. CLAPPING HANDS

    Let's clap hands together
    My best friend and me
    First clap left hands
    Then clap right hands
    Now both hands together
    One, two, three

    Let's clap hands together
    My best friend and me
    Clap your own hands
    Cross your own hands
    Clap both hands together
    One, two, three

    GOOD MORNING MR SUN

    Good morning Mr Sun
    Our day has just begun
    We love to see your shining face
    Good morning Mr Sun

    NIDDLEDY, NODDLEDY

    Niddledy, noddledy, to and fro
    Tired and sleepy to bed we must go
    Jump into bed, turn out the light
    Head on the pillow and shut your eyes tight
    Shut your eyes tight, shut your eyes tight
    Head on the pillow and shut your eyes tight

    ---oOo---

    We thank the Lord for happy hearts
    For rain and sunny weather
    We thank the Lord for this our food
    And that we are together
     



  19. I'm Am A Big Now
    Wendy Wiseman and Sari Dajani


    Everyday I'm growing taller
    And my clothes are getting small
    Shoes don't fit me now
    I'm much bigger than before
    Hey just look at me!
    I'm a big kid now

    I can count to 52
    Learn my ABC's
    Mom will show me how
    I can even tie my shoe
    Hey just look at me!
    I'm a big kid now

    I can play all by myself
    Potty all alone
    Mommy showed me how
    I can tidy up my toys
    Hey just look at me!
    I'm a big kid now
     



  20. ---oOo---

    Before I eat my food today
    I like to stop and say
    Thank you God
    Oh thank you God
    For all my food today

    ---oOo---

    Thank you for the world so sweet
    Thank you for the food we eat
    Thank you for the birds that sing
    Thank you God for everything

    ---oOo---

    Bread is a lovely thing to eat
    God bless the bakery and the wheat
    I love these things; to breathe this air
    God bless the sunshine everywhere


    ---oOo---

    Our hands we fold
    Our heads we bow
    For food and drink
    We thank thee now

    ---oOo---

    Thank you God
    For milk and bread
    And other things so good
    Thank you God
    For those who help
    To grow and cook my food