m: "Craig Bennett" email@example.com> Nursery Rhymes Here are some chords to a lot of nursery rhymes. Have fun! Craig Bennett firstname.lastname@example.org> --- Mary Had A Little Lamb Traditional G D7 G Mary had a little lamb, little lamb, little lamb G D7 G Mary had a little lamb, it's fleece was white as snow --- Hot Cross Buns Traditional G Hot cross buns, hot cross buns D7 G One a penny, two a penny, hot cross buns --- Humpty Dumpty Traditional G D7 G Humpty Dumpty sat on the wall, G D7 G Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. C G D7 G All the king's horses and all the king's men, C G D7 G Couldn't put Humpty together again. --- Farmer In The Dell Traditional F Farmer in the dell, the farmer in the dell C7 F Heigh oh, the derry oh, the farmer in the dell. --- Hey, diddle diddle Tradional G D7 Hey, diddle, diddle, that cat and the fiddle G D7 The cow jumped over the moon. C G The little dog laughed to see such sport, D7 G and the dish ran away with the spoon. --- Hickory Dickory Dock Traditional F C7 F Hickory dickory dock Bb F C7 The mouse ran up the clock, Bb The clock struck one, F The mouse ran down C7 F Hickory dickory dock --- Little Bo-peep Traditional C G7 Little Bo-peep has lost her sheep C And can't tell where to find them F C G7 Leave them alone and they'll come home C G7 C Wagging their tails behind them. --- London Bridges Traditional F C7 F London bridge is falling down, falling down, falling down, F C7 F London bridge is falling down, my fair lady. --- Little Jack Horner Traditional G C Little Jack Horner sat in a corner D7 G Eating a christmas pie G He put in his thumb C and pulled out a plumb, D7 G and cried, "What a good boy, am I!" --- See Saw, Margery Daw Traditional C G7 C G7 See-saw, Margery Daw, C G7 Jack shall have a new master C G7 C G7 He shall have but a penny a day C F G7 C Because he won't work any faster --- Old MacDonald Had A Farm Traditional G C G D7 G Old MacDonald had a farm, e-i-e-i-o G C G D7 G And on this farm he had some chicks, e-i-e-i-o G With a chick, chick here and a chick, chick there G Here a chick, there a chick, everywhere a chick, chick G C G D7 G Old MacDonald had a farm, e-i-e-i-o --- Here We Go Looby Loo Traditional C Here we go looby loo, G7 Here we go looby light, C Here we go looby loo, G7 C All on a Saturday night. --- 'Round the Mulberry Bush Traditional G Here we go 'round the mulberry bush, D7 the mulberry bush, the mulberry bush. G Here we go 'round the mulberry bush, D7 G On a cold and frosty morning. --- Polly Put The Kettle On Traditional F Polly put the kettle on, G7 C7 Polly put the kettle on, F Polly put the kettle on, G7 C7 F We'll all have tea. F C7 F Sukey, take it off again, Bb G7 C7 Sukey, take it off again, F C7 F Sukey, take it off again, G7 C7 F They've all gone away. --- The Alphebet Song Traditional C F C A B C D E F G F C G7 C H I J K L M N O P C G7 C G7 Q R S and T U V C G7 C G7 Double U X Y and Z C F C Happy, happy shall we be F C G7 C When we've learned our A B C's --- Twinke, Twinkle, Little Star Traditional C F C Twinkle, twinkle little star F C G7 C How I wonder what you are C G7 C G7 Up above the sky so bright C G7 C G7 Like a diamond in the night C F C Twinkle, twinkle little star F C G7 C How I wonder what you are --- Jack And Jill Traditional C F C F Jack and Jill went up the hill C F C to fetch a pail of water F G7 C Jack fell down and broke his crown F G7 C And Jill came tumbling after --- Pease Porridge Hot Traditional C Pease porridge hot F C Pease porridge cold F C Pease porridge in the pot G7 C Nine days old C Some like it hot F C Some like it cold F C Some like it in the pot G7 C Nine days old ___ ____ ____ _ ___ |### |#### |#### |# |### Craig Bennett email@example.com> |# |# |# |#_|# |# |# _ http://www.autobahn.mb.ca/~theclyde |#__ |# |#### |# |#_|# TheClyde is my nick on the IRC |### |# |# |# |# |#### * MYND * SCM * GRATEFUL DEAD * CHT * "When I use a word," Humpty Dumpty said, in a rather scornful tone, "it means just what I choose it to mean - neither more nor less."