Nursery Rhymes #2

How many of these nursery rhymes do you remember? Complete the lyrics!
Quiz by CBTemple
Last updated: May 8, 2013
First submittedSeptember 19, 2012
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Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall / Humpty Dumpty had a great fall
London Bridge is falling down / Falling down, falling down / London Bridge is falling down /My fair lady
Hey diddle diddle, the cat and the fiddle / The cow jumped over the moon
Pat a cake, pat a cake / Baker's man / Bake me a cake as fast as you can
Here's the church, and here's the steeple / Open the door and see all the people
What are little boys made of? / Snips and snails, and puppy dogs tails / That's what little boys are made of!
Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John / Went to bed with his trousers on
Hickory dickory dock / the mouse ran up the clock
Hot cross buns! / Hot cross buns! / One a penny two a penny / Hot cross buns
Three blind mice, three blind mice / See how they run, see how they run / They all ran after the farmer's wife
Sing a song of sixpence a pocket full of rye / Four and twenty blackbirds baked in a pie
Little Bo peep has lost her sheep / and doesn't know where to find them.
Little Boy Blue come blow your horn / the sheep's in the meadow the cow's in the corn
Little Jack Horner sat in the corner / eating his Christmas pie
Little Tommy Tucker sings for his supper / What shall we give him? / Brown bread and butter
Mondays child is fair of face / Tuesdays child is full of grace
Old King Cole was a merry old soul / and a merry old soul was he
One two buckle my shoe / Three, four, knock at the door
“Oranges and lemons" say the Bells of St. Clement's / "You owe me five farthings" say the Bells of St. Martin's
Pease pudding hot / Pease pudding cold / Pease pudding in the pot / nine days old.
Peter Peter pumpkin eater / Had a wife and couldn't keep her!
Half a pound of tuppenny rice / Half a pound of treacle / That’s the way the money goes / Pop! goes the weasel
Ding dong bell / Pussy's in the well / Who put her in? / Little Johnny Flynn /
Who pulled her out? / Little Tommy Stout
Simple Simon met a pieman going to the fair / Said Simple Simon to the pieman, "Let me taste your ware"
There was a crooked man and he walked a crooked mile / He found a crooked sixpence upon a crooked stile.
The Owl and the Pussycat went to sea In a beautiful pea-green boat
Who killed Cock Robin? / "I," said the Sparrow / "With my bow and arrow, I killed Cock Robin”
Level 71
May 27, 2013
I'm surprised I remembered them all - it's a long time ago I learned them!
Level 88
May 28, 2013
The clue for 'Pop goes the weasel' indicates that you're only looking for one word, rather than three.
Level 62
May 28, 2013

I didn't even try "goes the weasle" because of it.

Level 39
Apr 4, 2014
Same! I thought about it, but then saw that it was just one big word, so I skipped it.
Level 79
Sep 22, 2015
...and "goes the weasle" is accepted - despite the spelling error. ;-)
Level 79
Jan 6, 2017
Same here.
Level 67
Jun 14, 2019
Still has not been fixed..

I dont know the rhyme but heard of pop goes the weasel, so that is what immediately popped into my head. But then saw a single line, so that couldnt be the answer. I see no reason for it to be single line.

Level 55
Dec 30, 2013
I didn't even try "goes the weasle" because of it.---same here.
Level 24
Feb 19, 2016
Knew it was stout, but not tommy
Level 25
Mar 14, 2020
I knew it was Tommy, but thought it was Scout, not Stout.
Level 79
Jan 6, 2017
I've only known it as "pease porridge hot".
Level 67
Feb 26, 2018
I've never come across pease porridge - though wiki shows it is an alternative. I often ate pease pudding when I was a child living with my parents, and very nice it was - no way would it have gone nine days without being fully consumed!
Level 79
Mar 28, 2017
Got destroyed on this one. Only 18/27. :-(
Level 60
Mar 31, 2017
I knew it was Somebody Stout...
Level 67
Jun 14, 2019
I ve seen it used in an english detective serie, midsummer murders, once, so i had a vague memory of it being stout too, plus, it rhymes
Level 79
Apr 27, 2018
I've always known it as "pudding and pie". Probably because "Christmas pie" isn't really a thing here.
Level 81
Jan 31, 2019
Knew it was pie, but had no idea what kind.
Level 53
Aug 28, 2020
Yeah, I always heard "pumpkin pie"
Level 49
Nov 22, 2020
yes pudding and pie in the UK anyway!
Level 47
Dec 3, 2018
According to Skip and Flip-he was eating his "Cherry Pie".
Level 67
Jun 14, 2019
Very hard if you are from another country ! I had only heard of 3! But somehow I managed to get 11, all by guessing, some were obvious (like door..), some i was amazed i guessed right ! (Like full of grace).

some complete guesses were nesr misses though ! Six pennies instead of 5 farthings. Little dogs tails instead of puppy dogs

Level 66
Mar 29, 2020
You needed an equivalent assonance to Lemons/Clements, hence Farthings/Martins. You'll really struggle to find that if English is not your mother tongue.
Level 60
Jun 22, 2020
i have never heard half of these. Are some of them British?
Level 78
Jul 27, 2020
Lots of them I think.
Level 37
Nov 3, 2020
I grew up with it being 3 farthings