Mudcat Café message #2014143 The Mudcat Café TM
Thread #81350   Message #2014143
Posted By: GUEST,Shotzie
02-Apr-07 - 03:16 AM
Thread Name: I'm Rubber . You're Glue: Children's Rhymes
Subject: RE: I'm Rubber . You're Glue: Children's Rhymes
Little Bunny Fru Fru hopping through the forest scooping up the feild mice and bopping them on the head.
Down came the fairy and said, "Little Bunny Fru Fru I don't want to see you scooping up the feild mice and bopping the on the head. [Spoken] I'll give you three chances, and if you do it again I'll bop you on the head."
So the very next day..."Repeat" Change three chances, to two chances.
"                            " Change to one more chance.
"                            "
Little buny Fru Fru you've used up all your chances, now I'm going to get you and bop you on the head.



I'm curious if anyone remembers this one:

I'm bringing home a baby bumblebee,
Won't my mommy be so proud of me,
I'm bringing home a baby bumblebee,
Ouch! It stung me!
I'm squishing up the baby bumblebee,
Won't my mommy be so proud of me,
I'm squishing up a baby bumblebee,
Ooh! It's yucky!
I'm wiping off the baby bumblebee,
Won't my mommy be so proud of me,
I'm wiping off the baby bumblebee,
Now my mommy won't be mad at me!


Patty cake patty cake bakers may
bake me a cake as fast as you can.
Roll it, and pat it, and mark it with a "B"
And put it in the over for "Baby" and me.

You can subsitute the "B" with the letter of your crush or friend or whomever. Then where it says "Baby" you say their name.


I would also like to know if anyone knows any other "Boom boom baby" "shimmy shimmy cocoa puff" variations. I used to sing it years ago but the ones I've read here are different from what I knew.

"I've been working on the rail-road, all the live-long day."
Fill in the rest anyone?


Circa 1990's Southern California.
Mostly white children.

McDonalds is my kind of place!
They feed you rattle snakes.
Hamburgers from up your nose.
French fries from between your toes.

That's all I have for the above one. My mom taught it to me in the 90's so she learned it somewhere between the 60's and 90's.