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Jack Be Nimble | Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs

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“Jack Be Nimble” is a children’s song that was written by James Whitcomb Riley in 1881. It is a perfect example of how nursery rhymes are created and passed down generation after generation.

The song was originally published in The Youth’s Companion, a magazine for children. It tells the story of Jack who wants to be as nimble as he can be. He tries to dance and skip, but instead falls down on his face.

Nursery rhymes are meant to teach kids about life lessons and values that are important for their development – such as being kind and having patience.


Jack Be Nimble is a children’s song that was written by John Jacob Astor in 1833. It’s about a boy who is so nimble that he can jump over a stick that’s stuck in the ground.

Jack Be Nimble, Jack Be Quick

Jack Jump Over The Stick In The Ground

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