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Children's Song Titles

Fill in the blank to complete the song title.
Quiz by FentonsDad
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Last updated: September 21, 2012
First submittedSeptember 21, 2012
Times taken30,062
Rating4.02
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Song
Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star
I'm a Little Teapot
Mary Had a Little Lamb
Three Blind Mice
The Itsy Bitsy Spider
Hot Cross Buns
London Bridge is Falling Down
Song
Go Tell Aunt Rhody
On Top of Old Smoky
Did You Ever See a Lassy
Row, Row, Row Your Boat
Old McDonald Had a Farm
Polly Wolly Doodle
Skip to My Lou
Song
Oats, Peas, Beans and Barley Grow
Pop Goes the Weasel
She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain
Here We Go 'Round the Mulberry Bush
I've Been Working on the Railroad
Over the River and Through the Woods
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level 20
Oct 21, 2012
Obviously lost my innonence of child getting 11/20. Lol great quiz! XD
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level 30
Feb 17, 2014
LOL..I only got 10
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level 21
Jun 30, 2015
Same :)
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level 26
Dec 2, 2015
Haha, me too! 11/20
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level 71
Aug 8, 2018
I have certainly lost my innocence. The only possibilities I could think of for "Have you ever seen a ____" were all obscene.
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level 35
Oct 21, 2012
It's incy wincy spider
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level 22
Oct 21, 2012
it is actually both ... it depends on which version you are singing
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level 67
Aug 24, 2015
In the UK it's Incy Wincy Spider :)
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level 58
Aug 23, 2015
I've heard this version too, now that you mention it. I do believe it's spelled "eensy weensy", though. :)
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level 76
Aug 23, 2015
It's definitely Incy Wincy.
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level 76
Aug 23, 2015
Itsy bitsy where I'm from in the mid-south US.
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level 24
Aug 21, 2016
Same, except I'm from Wisconsin
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level 37
Dec 1, 2016
Same in PA
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level 27
Oct 21, 2012
WHOOO 100 PERCENT!! great quiz!
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level 29
Oct 21, 2012
It's Aunt Rhodie, not Rhody!!
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level 78
Oct 21, 2012
It's the nature of folk song that lyrics, melody, and even title vary from one source to another, sometimes radically. So there's generally no definitive version -- just more and less common versions. My sources all show "Rhody," but I can allow "Rhodie." Many of my sources show "Eency Weency" or "Eensy Weensy," as betsy1997 remembers, but "Itsy Bitsy" is also common. Anyhow, you knew it was about the spider, right?
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level 14
Feb 7, 2017
I spelled it rhody
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level 53
Oct 22, 2012
I only missed one and it's one I never knew,so quite happy with that. Guessed right at some of the others that I didn't know. Also we used to sing Go Tell Aunt Nancy- totally different but still able to get the question right- good quiz.
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level 18
Oct 23, 2012
I missed did you ever see a lassie. Never heard of it.
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level 55
Apr 22, 2015
I know a song that says "Did you ever see a..." well, something. But I don't remember what. When I saw "lassy" I realized that maybe I've never heard the original.
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level 76
Aug 23, 2015
Only one I missed, then smacked my forehead when I saw the answer. Knew the song well, it just didn't jump out of the brain files.
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level 71
Aug 24, 2015
I don't ever remember my mother singing that one to me.
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level 14
Feb 7, 2017
yeah.
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level 28
Dec 27, 2012
Guess there's some benefit to reading books in my childhood.... 100% with 2:27 left. WOOT!
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level 82
May 27, 2014
Oats, Beans, Peas... never ever heard of it, but guessed the missing word first try! Some international songs, but ended up with just 10/20. Tough for the non-Englishspeaking.
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level 77
Nov 3, 2014
Your first guess was barley?? I'd never heard that song either and tried to sound it out but I never would have accidentally guessed barley.
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level 82
Dec 2, 2014
Yeah it was. Dunno where it came from, but yup.
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level 14
Feb 7, 2017
i guessed too
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level 38
May 4, 2015
Only knew ones like Skip to my Lou due to singing a mash up with it last year in primary.
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level 38
Aug 23, 2015
Did this quiz again, 100%. Love long trips in the car with a 6yr old second cousin listening to my aunt sing nursery rhymes with him.
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level 59
Aug 23, 2015
15/20, not bad for a Brit! I seem to say that a lot here, but the 'regional variations' are really obvious sometimes.
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level 67
Aug 24, 2015
I find the same thing; I wouldn't have heard of several of these if not for an American-published piano book I had as a child. Would be interesting to find out whether there are any sung here in the UK but not in the US.
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level 77
Aug 23, 2015
I appreciate that you accept Lassie for Lassy but if you ask Mr. Google you will find that Lassie is by far the more common spelling. Perhaps the answer as shown should reflect this. Thanks!
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level 46
Aug 24, 2015
Please accept "Did You Ever See a Salad in your life", I have fond memories of that childhood song
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level 12
Aug 26, 2015
Taking this quiz brought so many memories! <3
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level 46
Sep 24, 2015
I think you should allow Old McDonald Had a Manor, Skip to My Lee, Row, Row, Row Your Canoe, and Hot Cross Biscuits, because I have fond childhood memories of all these versions.
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level 14
Dec 2, 2015
100% with 2:46 remaining!! So fun!
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level 71
Jul 3, 2017
"I've Been Working on the Railroad" - University of Texas' "fight" song. LOL!

Guess that shouldn't be surprising from a team that has a depiction of the female reproductive system on the sides of their helmets.
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level 41
Sep 3, 2018
I am so annoyed. I thought Itsy Bitsy Spider was Itsy bitsy teenie weenie yellow polka dot bikini
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level 52
Nov 4, 2018
what kind of a childhood did you have??
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level 59
Mar 3, 2019
I am surprised at how many people didn't know "Did You Ever See a Lassy"