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  • #31
    Re: Playground Songs!

    Originally posted by ariesangel1985 View Post
    "pitter patter on my shoulder"
    In and Out the Dusting Bluebells
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    • #32
      Re: Playground Songs!

      Originally posted by karenbrown18 View Post
      In and Out the Dusting Bluebells
      thats it!!!
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      • #33
        Re: Playground Songs!

        Originally posted by jolima71 View Post
        something something (or might of been a name?)
        turn around (u turn around)
        something something
        touch the ground (u touch the ground)
        then some thing something something else (lol)
        something something do the splits (u attempt to do the splits)
        Sounds like Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear
        "Ah, nostalgia ain't what it used to be..."

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        • #34
          Re: Playground Songs!

          We used to have 2 lines - (it was a girls game but boy's used to play too!) anyway one person would walk down the middle of the line - but had to walk posh and swanky.

          "Here comes Susie posh little Susie...."

          Then a second person would be push down after her

          "Here comes the other one just like the first one"

          Then everyone joined hands (including the 2 susie's) and dance in a push/pull kind of way and sing the chorus

          "Sillery sallery, sillery sallery...all day long!!!"

          You would gradually make your way down the playground and used to end when there was no more room!

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          • #35
            Re: Playground Songs!

            We used to play Oranges and Lemons in primary school
            Two people would form an arch after secretly decided who was the orange and who was the lemon. Then everyone else would walk throught the arch while singing
            Oranges and lemons,
            Say the bells of St. Clement's.

            You owe me five farthings,
            Say the bells of St. Martin's.

            When will you pay me?
            Say the bells of Old Bailey.
            When I grow rich,
            Say the bells of Shoreditch.

            When will that be?
            Say the bells of Stepney.
            I'm sure I don't know,
            Says the great bell at Bow.

            Here comes a candle to light you to bed,
            Here comes a chopper to chop off your head.

            Chip chop chip chop the last man's head
            The last person would be caught and flipped over and asked whether they wanted to be an orange or a lemon. They then stood behind the relevant person. The game would begin again until the last person had chosen, there was then a tug-of-war to see who was stronger between the oranges and lemons

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            • #36
              Lou Lou had a baby she called him Tiny Tim she took him to the river to see if he could swim, sank to the bottom floated to the top Lou Lou got her Hair off and pulled him by the
              Cocktail whiskey seventy six a glass if you dont like it i'll Kick ya up ya
              Ask no questions I'll tell no lies, I saw copper messing with his
              Flies are nasty flea's are worse this is the end of our little verse!

              Who Remembers "We are the London Girls"
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              • #37
                Re: Playground Songs!

                Quote:
                Originally Posted by ariesangel1985
                "pitter patter on my shoulder"

                In and Out the Dusting Bluebells

                Staffordshire version of this -
                Children stood in a circle - arms raised to form 'Arches' and one child wove in and out of the Arches while everyone sang

                In and out the Bluebell Windows
                In and out the Bluebell Windows
                In and out the Blue bell Windos all day long !

                When verse came to an end, the 'weaver' put her hands on the nearest childs shoulders and patted them while everyone sang

                Pat a little girl upon her shoulders
                Pat a little girl upon her shoulders
                pat a little girl upon her shoulders all day long

                The two would then swap places and the whole process repeated until the bell went or you all got totally fed up !!
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                • #38
                  Re: Playground Songs!

                  Originally posted by huggie74 View Post
                  Lou Lou had a baby she called him Tiny Tim she took him to the river to see if he could swim, sank to the bottom floated to the top Lou Lou got her Hair off and pulled him by the
                  Cocktail whiskey seventy six a glass if you dont like it i'll Kick ya up ya
                  Ask no questions I'll tell no lies, I saw copper messing with his
                  Flies are nasty flea's are worse this is the end of our little verse!

                  Who Remembers "We are the London Girls"

                  nope dont know that 1 (i dont think) are you gonna share it with us???
                  Those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it.
                  Those who live in the past are already repeating it.

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                  • #39
                    Re: Playground Songs!

                    and is anyone watching the channel 4 programme the law of the playground???
                    i didnt realise it was still on i saw a few a while ago must have been series 1 cos seies 2 is on now

                    its on fri 15th feb channel 4 at 22:50
                    some clips here
                    http://www.channel4.com/video/the-la...und/index.html
                    Those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it.
                    Those who live in the past are already repeating it.

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                    • #40
                      Re: Playground Songs!

                      Originally posted by jolima71 View Post
                      nope dont know that 1 (i dont think) are you gonna share it with us???
                      Ermm better not little tiny bit rude I'll PM it you
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                      • #41
                        Re: Playground Songs!

                        Originally posted by huggie74 View Post
                        Ermm better not little tiny bit rude I'll PM it you
                        thanks heather
                        oh and at secondary school we used to sing (no hev its not the 1 i pm'd u so u can breathe again lol)

                        build a bonfire
                        build a bonfire
                        put the teachers on the top
                        put the prefects in the middle and burn the bloomin lot!

                        and junior school
                        School dinners, school dinners
                        Concrete chips, concrete chips
                        sloppy semolina, sloppy semolina
                        i feel sick, toilets quick
                        Those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it.
                        Those who live in the past are already repeating it.

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                        • #42
                          Re: Playground Songs!

                          Originally posted by jolima71 View Post
                          thanks heather
                          oh and at secondary school we used to sing (no hev its not the 1 i pm'd u so u can breathe again lol)

                          build a bonfire
                          build a bonfire
                          put the teachers on the top
                          put the prefects in the middle and burn the bloomin lot!
                          OMG yeah we sang that one too, totally forgot that one. Shame I was a prefect

                          Second One you missed
                          "It's to late I've Done it on my plate"
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                          • #43
                            Re: Playground Songs!

                            i vaugley remember another horrible one

                            red jelly green jelly
                            snot and bogey pie
                            all mixed up with a dead dogs eye (or bulldogs?)
                            spread it on toast
                            spread it thick
                            and wash it down with a cup of old sick
                            Those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it.
                            Those who live in the past are already repeating it.

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                            • #44
                              Re: Playground Songs!

                              Just the top line Different Here
                              "canty canty custard"
                              Green snot pie...... and it was Dead dogs!
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                              • #45
                                Re: Playground Songs!

                                Doing the rounds in Suffolk in the mid-80s:

                                Mary had a little lamb, she thought it very silly
                                She threw it in the air one day and caught it by its...
                                Willy was a watchdog, sitting on the grass
                                Along came a wasp and stung him on the...
                                Ask no questions tell no lies
                                I saw a policeman doing up his...
                                Flies are a nuisance, wasps are worse
                                And this is the end of my silly little verse

                                Under the bramble bushes, down by the sea
                                True love for you my darling, true love for me
                                And when we marry, we'll have a family
                                Boys for you, girls for me,
                                um-tiddly-um-tum, sexeee
                                (This last line was normally accompanied by the raising of skirts. Or sometimes an attempt to make boys join in by pulling their trousers down.)
                                I'm your duck

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