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Index to Kindergarten Songs
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There was a little man and he woo'd a little maid. See Little man
and little maid. BB—FS *There was a little woman as I've heard tell. RCS
(Little woman. BB) There was a man lived in the moon. See Aiken drum. BB There was a pretty dandelion. Foote. StN There was a small hoy with a toot. See Bartlett. Boy and the
toot. StN There was a soft-shell crab. See Chadwick. Soft-shell crab. TC *Th'ere was a tree stood in the ground. NG
(Green leaves grew all around. JB) There was a wood in valley green. See Green leaves grew all
around. JB
(There was a tree stood in the ground. NG) There was a youth, and a well beloved youth. See Marzials.
Bailiff's daughter of Islington. CPP There was an old man in a wood. See Old man and his wife. LBS There was an old woman and what do you think? See Old woman
of Norwich. BB There was an old woman tossed up in a basket. See Old woman
tossed up in a basket. BB *There was once a little birdie. Cornwell. EL
(Frost. Birdie's song. WS)
(Rust. There was once a little birdie. EL) There went a fiddler marching. See O Tempora! O Mores! TLB There were four big owls. See Smeltzer. Four owls. SZ *There were four lilies. Haynes. TC There were shepherds abiding in the field. See Handel. Messiah.
TLB *There were three jolly fisherman. JB There were three little kittens put on their mittens. See Three
little kittens. BB—FS There were three ravens sat on a tree. See Marials. Three
ravens. CPP
(Three ravens. EFS—FS) There were two little boys playing out in the snow. See Two little
boys in the snow. KK Thermometer. Neidlinger. ES2 These are mother's knives and forks. See Gaynor. Mother's
knives and forks. SCI These little birdies in their nest. See Hopping birds. WS These see His wonders in the deep. See Psalter. TLB They are having a merry party. See Gaynor. Pop-corn people. SCI They drive home the cows from the pasture. See Hubbard. Little
brown hands. MSG Thev need not go so far away. See Palmer. Childhood's gold.
"StN Thievish mouse. Elliott. MG *Thing of beauty is a joy forever. Page TLB








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