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Come follow

A simple but beautiful round by John Hilton, who composed in the 1600s. Come follow, follow, follow, follow, follow, follow me Whither will you follow, follow, follow, whither shall I follow, follow thee To the greenwood, to the greenwood, to … Continue reading

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Oh, how lovely is the evening

A lullaby sung as a round. Oh, how lovely is the evening Oh, how lovely is the evening, is the evening When the bells are sweetly ringing, sweetly ringing Ding dong, ding dong, ding dong.

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I hear thunder

This is, of course, Frere Jacques, but several generations have grown up singing this version. Sing it with the actions, in a round- and keep out the noise of the rain. Sorry- tracks are only up for a week. There … Continue reading

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Three Blind Mice

I’m often asked for this one, but I’m actually not too fond of the words. It’s a simple tune and easy for children to learn, but what a grizzly tale (tail?). Sometimes gruesome stories stick in the brain for much … Continue reading

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