Kids

Kids Favorite Songs

There are various kids songs in the world that are specific to areas, cultures and countries while some of them are universally used by children of all ages.

Kids’ songs are mainly divided into two categories as lullabies and nursery rhymes. Lullabies are the oldest recorded kids favorite songs that have been able to preserve up to today and a lullaby is the first song a child would get connected to. Every culture has its own lullabies that use various techniques to produce the lulling sound which will help little kids sleep. Rock-a-bye-baby is the most popular traditional lullaby that is used by mothers from all corners of the world.

Rock-a-bye baby, in the treetop
When the wind blows, the cradle will rock
When the bough breaks, the cradle will fall
And down will come baby, cradle and all

When children’s education was first back-boned by the authorities, nursery rhymes were introduced to improve the concentration of the kids. These nursery rhymes are generally educative that commonly represent aspects such as the alphabet, numbers shapes, objects, family members and many more. Sometimes nursery rhymes can be derived from folk songs that will tell interesting stories about specific incidents.

With the advance and development of the society, kids’ songs have been subjected to various changes and the children are exposed to kids’ songs telecasted in television and other media rather than nature and environment like the older generations. However, kids’ songs are still popularly used among children and there is a set of favorites common to the specific groups.

Given below is one of the most common kids’ songs that have been able to win the hearts of kids as an all time favorite.

Old MacDonald had a farm,
Ee-i-ee-i-o,
And on his farm he had a duck,
Ee-i-ee-i-o,
With a quack-quack here,
And a quack-quack there,
Here a quack, there a quack ,
Everywhere a quack-quack,
Old MacDonald had a farm,
Ee-i-ee-i-o.
 
Old MacDonald had a farm,
Ee-i-ee-i-o,
And on his farm he had a pig,
Ee-i-ee-i-o,
With an oink-oink here,
And an oink-oink there,
Here an oink, there an oink ,
Everywhere an oink-oink,
Old MacDonald had a farm,
Ee-i-ee-i-o.
 
Old MacDonald had a farm,
Ee-i-ee-i-o,
And on his farm he had a cow,
Ee-i-ee-i-o,
With a moo-moo here,
And a moo-moo there,
Here a moo, there a moo ,
Everywhere a moo-moo,
Old MacDonald had a farm,
Ee-i-ee-i-o.
 
Old MacDonald had a farm,
Ee-i-ee-i-o,
And on his farm he had a chick,
Ee-i-ee-i-o,
With a cluck-cluck here,
And a cluck-cluck there,
Here a cluck, there a cluck ,
Everywhere a cluck-cluck,
Old MacDonald had a farm,
Ee-i-ee-i-o.
 
Old MacDonald had a farm,
Ee-i-ee-i-o,
And on his farm he had a horse,
Ee-i-ee-i-o,
With a neigh-neigh here,
And a neigh-neigh there,
Here a neigh, there a neigh ,
Everywhere a neigh-neigh,
Old MacDonald had a farm,
Ee-i-ee-i-o.
 
Old MacDonald had a farm,
Ee-i-ee-i-o,
And on his farm he had a sheep,
Ee-i-ee-i-o,
With a baa-baa here,
And a baa-baa there,
Here a baa, there a baa ,
Everywhere a baa-baa,
Old MacDonald had a farm,
Ee-i-ee-i-o.

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