This section is dedicated to the famous nursery rhyme, “John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt”.
John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt is a nursery rhyme about a man who had many children, each of them with a different name. The song was written by German immigrant John Jacob Astor in 1848.
This section will provide you with an introduction on the song and its history. You will also be able to find out some fun facts about it!
John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt is a nursery rhyme character who was created by Washington Irving in 1819. The name of the character is an amalgamation of John Jacob Astor and Johann Georg Heinrich von Stein, two businessmen who were friends.
John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt is the most famous nursery rhyme in the United States. It has been sung around the world and has been translated into many languages.
Souce: Cocomelon – Nursery Rhymes