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Song time : a book of rhymes, songs, games, hymns, and other music for all occasions in a child's life

Author: Percy Dearmer
Publisher: London : Curwen, 1915.
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Genre/Form: Nursery rhymes
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Percy Dearmer
OCLC Number: 41759205
Description: 111 pages
Contents: Section I: Nursery rhymes. Acre of land, an --
Aikin drum --
Apple-pie alphabet, the --
Archer alphabet, the --
Baa, baa, black sheep --
Bed in summer --
Bobby Shafto --
Carrion crow, the --
Cock a doodle doo --
Cow, the --
Cross patch --
Cuckoo --
Curly locks --
Dame, get up --
Dilly dilly --
Ding dong bell --
Four loves, the --
Frog and the crow, the --
Frog and the mouse, the --
Georgie Porgie --
Golden slumbers --
Goosey, goosey gander --
Hark hark! --
Hey diddle diddle --
Hickory, dickory dock --
Hot cross buns --
House that Jack built, the --
Humpty dumpty --
Hungry old woman, the --
I delighted am with me --
If all the world were paper --
I had a little husband --
I love sixpence --
I saw a ship a-sailing --
Jack and Jill --
Jack Sprat --
Johnny see-saw --
King Stephen --
Lady and the swine, the --
Lady bird --
Lavender's blue --
Love and the unicorn, the --
Little Bo-Peep --
Little boy blue --
Little Jack Horner --
Little Miss Muffet --
Little nut-tree, the --
Little pony, the --
Little pussy --
Little woman and the pedlar --
Lucy locket --
Man with the gun, the --
Margery See-saw --
Mary had a little lamb --
Months, the --
Mother Hubbard --
My Daddy is dead --
My lady's garden (or, Mary, Mary) --
North wind, the --
Numbers, the (or, One, two, buckle my shoe) --
O dear, what can the matter be? --
Old woman in the shoe, the --
Paul's steeple --
Perry Merry --
Polly Flinders --
Polly, put the kettle on --
Pussy cat, pussy cat --
Queen of hearts, the --
Robin's last will, the --
Scarecrow, the --
Simple Simon --
Song of sixpence, a --
Three blind mice --
Three children sliding --
Tom, Tom, the piper's son --
Tom Tucker --
Twinkle, twinkle --
Wee Willie Winkie --
Where are you going to, my pretty maid? Section II: Baby rhymes. Animal noises --
Baby bunting --
Clap hands --
Daffy-down-dilly --
Dance a baby diddy --
Dance, thumbkin, dance --
Dance to thy Minnie --
Face games: Bo Peeper; Front door; Lord Mayor --
Hand game: Pat-a-cake --
Hush-a-bye, baby --
Knee games: Leg over; Ride a cock horse; This is the way --
Toe games: Harry whistle; Little pigs, the. Section III: Song games. Call to play, the --
Draw a bucket --
Forty Dukes --
Green gravel --
Here comes a lusty wooer --
King of the Barbarie, the --
Knots of May --
Little Bingo --
London Bridge --
Lubin --
Muffin man, the --
Mulberry bush, the --
Oranges and lemons --
Poor Jenny a-weeping --
Ring a ring o' roses --
Rosy apple --
Round and round the village --
Sally Water --
Soldier, soldier --
Twelve days of Christmas, the. Section IV: Hymns. All things bright and beautiful --
Child's grace, a --
Evening hymn: Tender shepherd --
Gentle Jesus --
I think when I read --
Lamb, the --
Little drops of water --
Lord, I would own --
Loving shepherd --
Matthew, Mark --
Morning hymn --
Now the day is over --
Once in Royal David's city --
Perseverance --
Sing to the Lord --
Sunday kindergarten, a --
There's a friend for little children. Section V: Marches and hush music. All in a garden green --
Dear harp of Erin --
I live not where I love --
In yon garden --
Peaceful slumbering on the ocean --
Portsmouth --
Sun rises bright in France, the --
Bonnie briar bush, the --
Under the rose --
When the King enjoys his own again.
Responsibility: by Percy Dearmer and Martin Shaw.

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