“London Bridge is Falling Down” is a song that has been sung to children for many years. It has been around since the 19th century.
This nursery rhyme, uses repetition and alliteration to keep the children entertained. It’s a fun song that kids love to sing and dance to.
The bridge in this nursery rhyme refers to London Bridge, which was built in the year 1136 AD. The lyrics of this nursery rhyme are about how it’s coming down and falling down, so it can no longer be used as a bridge.
This is a nursery rhyme that has been around for over 200 years. It was originally written by John Dyer in 1784 and was published in his book “The British Museum”.
London Bridge is falling down, falling down, my fair lady. London Bridge is falling down, my fair lady.
My fair lady you can’t cross over the bridge anymore, anymore.
Souce: Cocomelon – Nursery Rhymes