Row, row, row your boat, Gently down the stream. Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, Life is but a dream. Hoe hoe hoe your row Through the summer heat, Merrily digging but cheerily singing Raising beets we'll eat Save, save save the wheat, Beets and sugar too, Corn and potatoes and rice and tomatoes Are mighty good for you.
Row Row Row Your Boat- Nursery Rhymes Poems
Row, Row, Row Your Boat is a popular nursery rhyme song in Pakistan and is often sung in a round with the rhyme being repeated again and again. There has been some speculation that the song may have risen from American minstrelsy or minstrel shows. The song that is sung now first originated in 1852 but with a different tune. The modern version was recorded in 1881 by Eliphalet Oram Lyte and has become one of the most popular songs in children's literature. The poem is considered to be an action nursery rhyme- children sit opposite to each other and row forwards and backwards with joined hands! Let your child listen to 'Row Row Row Your Boat' at The Fun Kids Rhyming Poems for Kids