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Everyone, Everyone Is Going Home. May Makes Everything New. All the Birds Are Already Here. I'm Happy about My Goat. Apples, Pears and Spinach. On the Wall, On the Lookout. A Cuckoo Sat on a Tree. What Goes Over Our Meadow? Bake, Bake the Cake. The Baker's Place Burnt Down. The Miller's Place Burnt Down. Little Brother, Dance With Me. The Hunchbacked Little Man.
The Fox Goes Around. The Rooster Is Dead. This One Fell into the Water. The Cuckoo and The Donkey.
The Plumpsack Goes Around. The Sandman is Here. The Monkeys Race Through the Woods.
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This Is the Thumb. The Tyroleans are Happy. Three Chinese with a Double Bass. Eia, Popeia, What Rustles in the Straw? A Farmer Went into the Woods. The Itsy Bitsy Spider. One Elephant Strolled over a Spider Web. A Dog Came into the Kitchen. A Little Man Stands in the Forest. A Tailor Caught A Mouse. One Two Three in Quick Time. A Bird Wanted to Get Married. Eeny meeny miney mo. A Rose Has Sprouted. The Mill Goes Clickety-Clack.
There Comes a Ship a' Laden. It Rains When it Wants to Rain. The Songs are Sounding. There Was a Mother. Finger Play of the Family. It Takes Little to Be Happy. Fox, You've Stolen the Goose. Last Night I Went Out. Good Evening, Good Night. Good Morning, My Darling. The Sun Calls, "Good Morning! Little Johnny Original Version. Little Rabbit in Your Burrow. Little Rose on the Moor. Heal, Heal Bald Man's Muck. Heigh Ho, Hitch Up the Cart. O Come, All Ye Faithful. Here You Have a Thaler.
Hark What Comes from Outdoors. I am a Little Donkey. I Walk with My Lantern. I Have a Beautiful Lantern. The Farmer in March. May There Always Be Sunshine. In the Forest Stands a House. In My Little Apple. Now We Cross over the Lake. Now The Lovely Spring Begins. Ring, Little Bell, Ring! A Man Comes up the Stairs. A Bird Comes A-flying. Head, Shoulders, Knees and Feet. Let Us Be Happy and Lively. Quiet, Little Peter, Quiet. The Snow Falls Quietly. Dear Sister, Dance With Me! Lift Up Your Heads. My Flowers are Thirsty.
My Hands Have Disappeared. My Aunt from Morocco. My Finger Goes in Circles. My Hat Has Three Corners. Early in the Morning, At Six. Nicholas, Come into Our House. Ox on the Mountain. Uncle Fritz Had a Farm. Scritch, Scratch, Scritch, Scratch. Little Boat, Little Boat. Sleep, My Little Prince, Sleep. Sleep, Sleep, Fine, Sweet Boy. Little Snowflake, Little White Skirt. The Bells Never Sound Sweeter. Coin, Coin, You Must Wander. Dance, Little Child, Dance! Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear. Daughter of Zion, Rejoice. Puff, Puff, Puff, The Train. And Whoever Was Born in January.
Good Luck and Many Blessings. What Does Santa Claus Bring? What Clothes Do Geese Wear? If I Were a Little Bird. Who Can Carry This Apple? Show Your Little Feet. Happy Birthday to You! Two Frogs Bathe in a Pond. Between Mountain and Deep Valley. Sleep, Sleep, Wish, Wish, Wish. Heal, Heal Little Gosling. I am a Little Snail. Snail Goes for a Walk Today. Snail in the House. Little Chin, Little Mouth. Our books feature songs in the original languages, with translations into English.
Many include beautiful illustrations, commentary by ordinary people, and links to recordings, videos, and sheet music. Your purchase will help us keep our site online! Please contribute a traditional song or rhyme from your country. Articles about the music, culture and traditions of Germany and more. Below you can listen to a recording while reading along with the German text, followed by an English translation.
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Scott Murray, Mount Royal University, examines how awareness of the Holocaust continues to shrink, yet no event better teaches the dire consequences of racism, and bystander inaction. Murray's talk will be followed by a screening of Who Will Write Our History, a powerful new film about the heroic efforts of a handful of people to record the Nazis' persecution of European Jewry during the Second World War.
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