There are a lot of nursery rhymes that children have grown up with. It is easy to find one that matches your child’s interests and personality.
Shoo Fly, Don’t Bother Me is a song that was written by James D. Harris in 1849. The song was published in 1852 and it has been recorded by many artists including:
The Kingston Trio,
and the Weavers.
“Shoo fly, don’t bother me” is a children’s song that has been used in many different forms of media. The song can be found in the book, “The Little Engine That Could” and also in the Disney movie, “Beauty and the Beast”.
In this section of our blog post, we will discuss some popular nursery rhymes and kids songs. We will also talk about their origins and how they have been used in different forms of media.
Souce: Cocomelon – Nursery Rhymes