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The Hello Song Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs

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Nursery rhymes are a part of children’s life. They help in the development of children’s language and motor skills. Nursery rhymes have been around for many years and they have evolved over time.

The Hello Song is one of the most popular nursery rhymes that has been around since 1806. It was written by John Gay, a British poet and songwriter who wrote many popular songs during his lifetime.

The Hello Song is about a mother bird teaching her baby to sing its morning song by singing it herself before she leaves for work. The mother bird teaches her baby to say “hello” so that it will know how to greet people when it becomes an adult bird.


Many nursery rhymes and children songs have been composed in the past. These songs are often sung by parents to their children.

The Hello Song is a song about the first time that a person says hello to another person. It was originally written by an American author, Robert Louis Stevenson, back in 1885.

This song has been translated into many languages and even into different dialects of English. | Nursery Rhymes | Nursery Rhymes and Baby Songs | Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs | Nursery Rhymes For Kids Songs


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