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Hey, Diddle, Diddle (Nursery Rhyme)

Hey, diddle, diddle,

The cat and the fiddle,

The cow jumped over the moon.

The little dog laughed

To see such sport,

And the dish ran away with the spoon.

Diddlety, diddlety, dumpty  (Nursery Rhyme)


Diddlety, diddlety, dumpty

The cat ran up the plum tree;

Half a crown

To fetch her down

Diddlety, diddlety, dumpty.

Ding Dong Bell (Nursery Rhyme)

Ding dong bell!

Pussy's in the well!

Who put her in?

Little Tommy Lin.

Who pulled her out?

Little Tommy Stout.

What a naughty boy was that

To drown poor pussy cat,

Who never did any harm,

But killed all the mice in father's barn.

A cat came dancing out of a barn (Nursery Rhyme)

A cat came dancing out of a barn

With a pair of bag-pipes under her arm;

She could sing nothing but, Fiddle cum fee,

The mouse has married the bumble-bee.

Pipe, cat; dance, mouse;

We'll have a wedding at our good house.

The Lazy Cat (Nursery Rhyme)

Pussy, where have you been today?

In the meadows, asleep in the hay.

Pussy, you are a lazy cat,

If you have done no more than that.

Poor Dog Bright (Nursery Rhyme)

Poor Dog Bright,

Ran off with all his might,

Because the Cat was after him,

Poor Dog Bright.


Poor Cat Fight,

Ran off with all her might,

Because the Dog was after her,

Poor Cat Fright.

Pussycat, Pussycat (Nursery Rhyme)

Pussycat, pussycat, where have you been?

I've been to London to visit the Queen.

Pussycat, pussycat, what did you there?

I frightened a little mouse under her chair.

Pussycat, Wussy cat (Nursery Rhyme)

Pussy-cat, wussy-cat, with a white foot,

When is your wedding? For I'll come to't.

The beer's to brew, the bread's to bake,

Pussy-cat, pussy-cat, don't be too late


The Robber Kitten (Nursery Rhyme)

A kitten once to its mother said,

'I'll never more be good;

But I'll go and be a robber fierce,

And live in a dreary wood,

Wood, wood, wood,

And live in a dreary wood.'


So off it went to the dreary wood,

And there it met a cock,

And blew its hat, with a pistol, off,

Which gave it an awful shock!

Shock, shock, shock,

Which gave it an awful shock!


It climbed a tree to rob a nest

Of young and tender owls

But the branch broke off and the kitten fell,

With six tremendous howls!

Hows, hows, howls,

With six tremendous howls!


Soon after that it met a cat;

'Now, give to me your purse;

Or I'll shoot you through, and stab you too,

And kill you, which is worse!

Worse, worse, worse,

And kill you, which is worse.' One day it met a Robber Dog,

And they sat down to drink;

The dog did joke, and laugh and sing

Which made the kitten wink,

Wink, wink, wink!

Which made the kitten wink!


At last they quarrelled; then they fought,

Beneath the greenwood tree;

Till puss was felled with an awful club,

Most terrible to see!

See, see, see,

Most terrible to see!


When puss got up, its eye was shut,

And swelled, and black, and blue;

Moreover, all its bones were sore,

So it began to mew!

Mew, mew, mew,

So it began to mew!


Then up it rose, and scratched its nose,

And went home and said;

'Oh! Mother dear, behold me here,

I'll never more be bad,

Bad, bad, bad,

I'll never more be bad.'


Three Little Kittens (Nursery Rhyme)

Three little kittens, they lost their mittens,

And they began to cry,

Oh, mother dear, we sadly fear

That we have lost our mittens.

What! Lost your mittens, you naughty kittens!

Then you shall have no pie.

Mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow.

You shall have no pie.


The three little kittens, they found their mittens,

And they began to cry,

Oh, mother dear, see here, see here,

Our mittens we have found.

Put on your mittens, you silly kittens,

And you shall have some pie.

Purr-r, purr-r, purr-r,

Oh, let us have some pie.


The three little kittens, put on their mittens,

And soon ate up the pie;

Oh, mother dear, we greatly fear

That we have soiled our mittens

What! Soiled your mittens, you naughty kittens!

Then they began to sigh,

Mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow.

They began to sigh.


The three little kittens, they washed their mittens,

And hung them out to dry;

Oh! mother dear, do you not hear

That we have washed our mittens?

What! Washed your mittens, then you’re such good kittens.

But I smell a rat close by

Mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow.

We smell a rat close by.

The first record we have of the rhyme is when it was printed at the end of New England author Eliza Follen's (1787-1860) New Nursery Songs for All Good Children, published in 1853

Two Little Kittens (Nursery Rhyme)

Two little kittens, one stormy night,

Begun to quarrel, and then to fight;

One had a mouse, the other had none,

And that's the way the quarrel begun.


'I'll have that mouse,' said the biggest cat;

'You'll have that mouse? We'll see about that!'

'I will have that mouse,' said the eldest son;

'You shan't have the mouse,' said the little one.


I told you before 'twas a stormy night;

When these two little kittens began to fight;

The old woman seized her sweeping broom,

And swept the kittens right out of the room.


The ground was covered with frost and snow,

And the two little kittens had no where to go;

So they laid them down on the mat at the door,

While the old woman finished sweeping the floor.


Then they crept in, as quiet as mice,

All wet with snow, and cold as ice,

For they found it was better, that stormy night,

To lie down and sleep than to quarrel and fight.

I Love Little Pussy (Nursery Rhyme)

I love little pussy,

Her coat is so warm,

And if I don't hurt her,

She'll do me no harm.


So I'll not pull her tail,

Or rive her away,

But pussy and I

Together will play.


She will sit by my side,

And I'll give her some food,

And she'll like me because

I'm gentle and good.

Little Robin Redbreast (Nursery Rhyme)

Little robin redbreast sat upon a tree,

Up went pussy cat and down went he.

Down came pussy cat, and away robin ran,

Says little robin redbreast, 'Catch me if you can.'

Oh, Lovely, Lovely, Lovely

The witch flew out on Hallowe'en,

Her hair was blue, her nose was green,

Her teeth the longest ever seen,

Oh, she was lovely, lovely, lovely!


Her cat was black and fit and fat,

He lashed his tail and humped his back,

He scritched and scratched and hissed and spat,

Pussy, Pussy Baudrons (Scottish Nursery Rhyme)

'Pussy, pussy baudrons

Where have you been?'


'I've been to London,

To see the Queen!'


'Pussy, pussy baudrons,

What got your there?'


'I got a good fat mousikie,

Running up the stair.'

St. Jerome's Cat (Traditional English Nursery Rhyme)

St. Jerome in his study kept a great big cat,

it's always in his pictures, with its feet upon the mat.

Did he give it milk to drink, in a little dish?

When it came to Friday's, did he give it fish?

If I lost my little cat, I'd be sad without it;

I should ask St. Jerome what to do about it.


I should ask St. Jerome, just because of that,

for he's the only saint I know who kept a kitty cat.


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