List of nursery rhymes

This is a list of English nursery rhymes.

Title Other titles Place of Origin Date First Recorded
'Aiken Drum' Scotland1825
'A Was an Apple Pie' England1671
'A Wise Old Owl' USA? 1915
'A-Tisket, A-Tasket' USAc. 1879
'As I was going by Charing Cross' 'As I was going to Charing Cross' England 17th century
'As I was going to St Ives' Englandc. 1730
'Baa, Baa, Black Sheep' Englandc. 1744
'Billy Boy' England1930
'Bingo' Englandc. 1780
'Bobby Shafto's Gone to Sea' England 1805
'Bye, Baby Bunting' England1784
'Cock-a-Doodle Doo' England 1765
'Did You Ever See a Lassie?' USA? Scotland?1895-1900
'Diddle, Diddle, Dumpling, My Son John' England1797
'Ding Dong Bell' England1580
'Doctor Foster' England1844
'Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe' Britain or USA1888
'Eeper Weeper' 'Heeper Peeper' Englandlate 19th early 20th century
'Five Little Speckled Frogs' USA?20th century
'Frère Jacques' 'Brother John'Francec. 1780
'Frog Went A-Courting' 'A frog he would a-wooing go'England1611
'Georgie Porgie' England c. 1850
'Girls and Boys Come Out To Play' 'Boys and Girls Come Out to Play' England 1708
'Goosey Goosey Gander' England1784
'Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush' 'Mulberry Bush' England c. 1850
'Hey Diddle Diddle' England c. 1765
'Hickory Dickory Dock' 'Hickety Dickety Dock' Englandc. 1744
'Hot Cross Buns' England1797
'How Many Miles to Babylon?' Scotland 1801
'Humpty Dumpty' England1803
'Hush Little Baby' USA ?
'If Wishes Were Horses, Beggars Would Ride''If wishes were horses'Britain1605
'I Do Not Like Thee, Doctor Fell' England 1680
'I Had a Little Nut Tree' England 1789
'I'm a Little Teapot' USA 1939
'I Love Little Pussy' England 1830
'It's Raining, It's Pouring' USA 1939
'Itsy Bitsy Spider' 'Eensy Weensy Spider' USA1910
'Jack and Jill' England c. 1765
'Jackanory' England c. 1760
'Jack Be Nimble' England c. 1815
'Jack Sprat' England 1639
'Ladybird Ladybird' 'Ladybug Ladybug'Britain c. 1744
'Lavender's Blue' 'Lavender Blue' England late 17th century
'Little Arabella Miller' USA?20th century
'Little Bo Peep' England c. 1805
'Little Boy Blue' Englandc. 1744
'Little Jack Horner' England 1725
'Little Miss Muffet' England 1805
'Little Poll Parrot' England1853
'Little Robin Redbreast' England c. 1744
'Little Tommy Tucker' England c. 1744
'London Bridge Is Falling Down' England c. 1744
'Lucy Locket' England or USA1842
'Mary Had a Little Lamb' USA1830
'Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary' Englandc. 1744
'Matthew, Mark, Luke and John' "Black Paternoster" Britain1656
'Monday's Child' England1838
'Needles and Pins' England1843
'Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep' USA1737
'Nuts in May' 'Gathering Nuts in May' England1894
'Old King Cole' England 1708-1709
'Old McDonald Had a Farm' USA1917
'Old Mother Hubbard' England1805
'On Top of Old Smoky' USA1951
'One for Sorrow' Britain c. 1780
'One, Two, Buckle My Shoe' USA1805
'One, Two, Three, Four, Five' England c. 1765
'Oranges and Lemons' Englandc. 1744
'Pat-a-Cake, Pat-a-Cake, Baker's Man' "Pat-a-cake", "patty-cake" or "pattycake" England1698
'Pease Porridge Hot' 'Peas Porridge Hot' or 'Pease Pudding Hot' Englandc. 1765
'Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater' USA?c. 1825
'Peter Piper' England1813
'Polly Put the Kettle On' England1803
'Poor Mary' 'Poor Jenny' or 'Poor Sally'England1880s
'Pop Goes the Weasel' England1850s
'Pretty Little Dutch Girl' USA1940s
'The Queen of Hearts' Britain1782
'Pussy Cat Pussy Cat' Britain1805
'Rain Rain Go Away' England1659
'Ride a Cock Horse to Banbury Cross' England1784
'Ring-a-Ring o' Roses' 'Ring Around the Rosie'England1881
'Rock-a-bye Baby' Hush a bye Baby Englandc. 1765
'Roses are Red' England1784
'Round and Round the Garden' Britain1940s
'Row, Row, Row Your Boat' USA1852
'Rub-a-Dub Dub' England1798
'See Saw Margery Daw' Britainc. 1765
'Simple Simon' England1764
'Sing a Song of Sixpence' Englandc. 1744
'Solomon Grundy' Britain1842
'Star Light, Star Bright' USAlate 19th century
'Sticks and Stones' Britainbefore 1872
'Taffy was a Welshman' Englandc. 1780
'Ten Little Indians' USA1868
'The Farmer in the Dell' 'The Farmer's in his Den' Germany1820
'The Grand Old Duke of York' 'The Noble Duke of York'England1642
'The Lion and the Unicorn' England1708-1709
'The Muffin Man' Englandc. 1820
'The Wheels on the Bus' USAlate 20th century
'There Was a Crooked Man' Britain1842
'There Was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe' England1794
'There Was an Old Woman Who Lived Under a Hill' England1714
'This Is The House That Jack Built' England1755
'This Little Piggy' 'This Little Pig'Englandc. 1760
'This Old Man' England1906
'Three Blind Mice' England1609
'Three Little Kittens' USA1853
'Three Wise Men of Gotham' Englandc. 1765
'Tinker, Tailor' England1695
'To Market, to Market' England1611
'Tom, Tom, the Piper's Son' Britain1795
'Tweedledum and Tweedledee' Britain1805
'Twinkle Twinkle Little Star' Britain1806
'Two Little Dickie Birds' Britainc. 1765
'Wee Willie Winkie' Scotland1841
'What Are Little Boys Made Of?' 'What Are Little Girls Made Of?' Britainc. 1820
'Where, O Where Has My Little Dog Gone?' 'Der Deitcher's Dog' Germany 1846
'Who Killed Cock Robin?' Englandc. 1744
'Wind the Bobbin Up' England1890s
'Wynken, Blynken, and Nod' USA1889


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