When you read nursery rhymes to your child, you are telling them a story. But probably right at this moment, mothers of small children around the world are mindlessly singing along to seemingly innocuous nursery rhymes that, if you dig a little deeper, reveal shockingly sinister backstories. She grabbed his hair, turned him around and pushed is face down in some clover She said "Listen punk I don't wanna hear shit but you barking like your name is rover". Old Mother Hubbard went to the cubbard to fetch her poor dog a bone. I think that might have been a song or something.
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Jack and Jill Went up the hill And planned to do some kissing. Creating a fun experience for children will help engage them and they are more likely to sit and participate in the songs. Cock your guns here come the natives. But, as he journied homeward, down swooped a ferking Hawk, pulled out all his feathers, and said, "Now you bugger walk"! Happy birthday to you, squashed bananas and poo, you smell like a monkey, and you look like one too!
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