Friday, June 5, 2009

Poetry Friday: Sally Go Round the Sun

I'm enjoying these English Mother Goose rhymes. It's fun to find ones that are unfamiliar to me. Enjoy this with your totz! Can you sing along?

Sally Go Round the Sun

Sally go round the sun,
Sally go round the moon,
Sally go round the chimney pots,
On a Saturday afternoon.

Then I found picture books that carry this title!
Her's one by Edith Fowke.

Does everyone know this rhyme but me?

Catch the roundup with Sara Lewis Holmes at Read Write Believe.


Julie said...

That's a new one to me, too, Lorie. Neat.

Lorie Ann Grover said...


Cassie said...

I didn't know this one either. It's fun though!

DadB said...

I heard it as a kid (over 50 years ago, in Australia) and then nothing - and suddenly heard it at my grand-daughter's music class in the USA this year.
Anyone know the origin? Knowing "Ring o' Roses" was related to the plague, I am almost afraid to ask...


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