Ask Mother Goose!

by misterseth

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A collection of three nursery rhymes, extended and turned into one song!


Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall
All the king's horses and all the king's men
couldn't put Humpty together again.
They tried band aides they tried super glue
they tried duct tape, but nothing would do.
A doctor and a carpenter were no help at all
when your Dumpty's in pieces who do you call?

Ask Mother Goose!

Little Boy Blue come blow your horn
the sheep's in the meadow the cow's in the corn
where is the boy who looks after the sheep?
he's under the haystack fast asleep.
They tried a harmonica, they tried a guitar,
they tried a piano but they didn't get far.
What should they use? They didn't know
how to lead the sheep where they wanted them to go.

Just ask Mother Goose!

Jack be nimble. Jack be quick.
Jack jump over the candle stick.
If he had jumped just a little bit higher
he wouldn't've set his pants on fire.
He exercises and tries to eat right.
He gets 8 hours of sleep almost every night.
He's good at jumping, but Jack just learned
when you play with fire you tend to get burned.

Just ask Mother Goose.


released June 17, 2014
Written by me and recorded on my iphone!



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misterseth Indianapolis, Indiana

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