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Sign up for Gumroad. There's not always a sharp distinction between songs sung by children and by adults. So we've included a sampling of some of the most popular Irish traditional songs. Many of these songs and rhymes are in English, but we're proud to also include several that are Gaelic. In those cases we provide English translations.

This book includes: -Irish songs, rhymes, lullabies, and carols -In English, and some in Gaelic with English translations -Commentary from ordinary people about what the songs have meant to their lives -Web links to recordings and sheet music -Illustrations. I jumped aboard a pirate ship, And the captain said to me. We're going, this way, that way, Forwards and backwards, Over the Irish Sea. A bottle of rum, to warm my tum, And that's the life for me.

Children's Songs

When I was two, I buckled my shoe When I was three, I banged my knee When I was four, I knocked on the door When I was five, I learned to dive 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 day long.

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 day long.

Real Meaning Behind Famous Nursery Rhymes & Popular Kids Songs - Thrillist

The horn on the bus, Goes beep, beep, beep The mummies on the bus Go Chatter, chatter, chatter This is the way we cross the road, We cross the road, we cross the road. This is the way we cross the road, We stop ,we look we listen. We stand at the kerb and we look both ways, Look both ways, look both ways.

We stand ant the kerb and we look both ways, Before we cross the road. If the road is clear we cross the road, Cross the road, cross the road. If the road is clear we cross the road, We follow the green cross code. Red light, red light, what do you say? I say stop, and stop right away Yellow light, yellow light, what do you mean? I mean wait till the lights turn green Green light, green light, what do you say? I say cross, but please look each way Thank-you, thank-you: red, yellow, green Now we know what the traffic lights mean.

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Sharing information and resources for young children www. Bobby Shaftoe Bobby Shaftoe's gone to sea, Silver buckles on his knee.

source Down at the Station Down at the station Early in the morning See the little engines All in a row - The man inside the engine Turns a little handle Poop-poop, choof-choof Off we go! Early In The Morning Come down to the railway station early in the morning, See all the railway trains standing in a row. Five Little Firemen Five little firemen standing in a row, 1 2 3 4 5 lets go.