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Which nursery rhymes have the lyrics of kissed the girls and made them cry?
Georgie Porgie Pudding and pie Kissed the girls And made them cry When the boys Came out to play Georgie Porgie Ran away
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Sing a song of sixpence, A pocket full of rye, Four and twenty blackbirds, Baked in a pie When the pie was opened, The birds began to sing, Wasn't that a dainty dish to set be…fore the king.
A nursery rhyme is a story told in a song/ poem, that is written for children. A nursery rhyme is a short sometimes rhyming story. Also they're all fictional. n. A short, r…hymed song, poem or tale for children such as Mary Had a Little Lamb
On Saturday night I lost my wife, And where do you think I found her? Up in the moon, singing a tune, And all the stars around her.
Little Miss Muffett
THE LOST SHOE Doodle doodle doo, The Princess lost her shoe: Her Highness hopped,- The fiddler stopped, Not knowing what to do.
Little Miss Muffet Sat on a tuffet, Eating her curds and whey; Along came a spider, Who sat down beside her, And frightened Miss Muffet away.
anything that ends with ing. It sounds even better if the first syllable has the hard "i" sound, like crying does. sighing lying hiding biding fighting flying so…me soft rhymes could end in a hard "e" sound, like mighty flighty or something like that Part Answer Lying Dying Crying Spying Frying A few to get this started best wishes the words that rhyme with crying are:lying, dying,spying and inspiring sighing tying buying Dying, flying, trying prying, like prying something from something. buying drying dyeing dying frying eying eyeing flying guying lying plying prying shying sighing skying spying tieing tying vying Hmm, are you wanting to know what rhymes with the phrase "on crying" or just the word crying? Because this will allow you a better relevance. Anyway. Basically anything with i-ing sound at the end, like crying, dying and flying will rhyme. I was hurt, and started crying. For i knew, my friend was dying. Is just a brif example :) Hoped this helped :) Jake Doran.
Georgie Porgie Georgie Porgie, Puddin' and Pie, Kissed the girls and made them cry, When the boys came out to play Georgie Porgie ran away.
Lucy Locket lost her pocket, Kitty Fisher found it. Not a penny was there in it, Only ribbon round it.
What are little boys made of? What are little boys made of? Frogs and snails, And puppy-dogs' tails; That's what little boys are made of. What are little girls… made of? What are little girls made of? Sugar and spice, And all that's nice; That's what little girls are made of.
Many nursery rhymes were made up to poke fun at real events and people. Baa baa black sheep is about taxation. One third of crop to master, one third to church and …one third left to live on Humpty Dumpty is about a real cannon that accidentally fell off a castle wall in Scotland. The grand old Duke of York really did march his 10,000 soldiers up and down. Mary, Mary, quite contrary describes the court of Mary, Queen of Scots. Little Jack Horner was a real bishop who helped himself to some plum properties. London Bridge did burn down and Ring a ring of roses describes getting the black death. It varies. Many dealt with dead-serious adult and even political topics- such as the Black Plague (Ring around the Rosey) and ashes, etc implying cremating bodies and tossing ashes off the roof, or down the drain. Mary Mary, Quite Contray was political poking fun at Queen Mary I of England, who has been much maligned as the prototype for the phrase (Bloody Mary)- the sad if not tragic queen reigned for only five years and was deeply religious. she was only (In Office) from l553-l558, but it is amazing how much bad rep got around. Other Nursery Rhymes poked fun at other aspects of politics, decaying infrastructre(London Bridge is falling down) as I see it if its the more modern one- correctly called Tower Bridge, it is folding up- it"s a Bascule bridge!) and so on. then there are the funny modern ones such as the maneuvering watch which concludes: One to watch, One to Steer, and ATwo to fetch a can of Beer!again not very healthy!
Nursery rhymes are called Nursery rhymes because they rhyme and children sing them when their in nursury.
Sugar, spice, and everything nice, that's what little girls are made of. Clippings, snails, puppy dog tails, that's what little boys are made of.
Nursery rhymes we know today come from European folk lore, for the most part, British (English speaking) folk lore. Their origins had a number of purposes before the a…verage household had books or were literate. Some had hidden political messages from times that, to actually speak ill of or make fun of the ruling class, could have dire consequences. Some nursery rhymes commemorated historical events; some were devised to teach children a lesson or moral; some were used for their sing song rhythms to soothe a baby or to interact with a toddler to make them smile and laugh. It's difficult for us to imagine what lives were like for the average European of hundreds of years ago; we know much of the history but not much about what they thought about or talked about as they went about their daily lives. When things were harsh for them, they were very harsh. Something like the plague is said to have been the origin of Ring Around the Rosy, describing the redness around the boils, people carrying flowers in their pockets to hold over their mouths and noses to avoid being infected, the end with so many people dying that piles of bodies had to be burned, then we all fall down having become sick ourselves. Pretty harsh stuff when it's happening all around us. Certainly more frightening than abstract tales of wicked witches or princes fighting fire breathing dragons. A rhyme like Ring Around the Rosy would have been sung over and over by children as a way to cope with the reality. It's possible that the rhymes that sound scary to us may have been seen from a different perspective to the people who created and perpetuated them. Even more recent history gives us a good example of real life horror turned into children's fun, Lizzie Bordon with an axe...
Georgie Porgie, pudding and pie, Kissed the girls and made them cry. When the boys came out to play, Georgie Porgie ran away.