baby bumblebee lyrics

Baby BumbleBee is a traditional English nursery rhyme and gesture-play song, sharing the same tune as “The Arkansas Traveler” written in 1947. There are several other songs associated with this traditional song.

baby bumblebee lyrics

Listen to and watch the video for the popular nursery rhyme “baby bumblebee song.”

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I’m bringing home a baby bumblebee,
Won’t my mommy be so proud of me,
I’m bringing home a baby bumblebee,
Ouch! He stung me!

I’m squishing up a baby bumblebee,
Won’t my mommy be so proud of me,
I’m squishing up a baby bumblebee,
Eww! He’s gooey!

I’m lickin’ up a baby bumble bee
Won’t my Mommy be so proud of me
I’m lickin’ up my baby bumble bee
Mmm! He’s yummy!

Baby BumbleBee Australian Version

I’ve got myself a baby bumblebee,
Won’t my mummy be so proud of me?
I’ve got myself a baby bumblebee,
Ouch! He stung me!

I’m squashing up my baby bumblebee,
Won’t my mummy be so proud of me?
I’m squashing up my baby bumblebee,
Oh no, it’s all over my hands!

I’m lickin’ up my baby bumble bee
Won’t my mummy be so proud of me?
I’m lickin’ up my baby bumble bee
Oh no, I feel sick…

I’m throwing up my baby bumble bee,
Won’t my mummy be so proud of me?
I’m throwing up my baby bumble bee,
Oh no, it’s all over the floor!*

I’m mopping up my baby bumble bee,
Won’t my mummy be so proud of me?
I’m mopping up my baby bumble bee,
Oh look! A butterfly!

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Baby BumbleBee Game for Australian Version

On the first verse mimic holding something small in your hands
On the second verse rub your hands together like squashing something
On the third verse mimic licking your hands.
On the fourth verse mimic throwing up.
And, on the fifth verse pretend to mop the floor.

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When the adorable Bumblebee baby finally arrived on the scene, they welcomed him into their lives with a traditional song that they had been singing off and on since the dawn of time – it’s a gesture-play song sharing the same tune with Arkansas Traveler, a traditional American folk song written in 1952, making it yet another wonderfully catchy American classic! While there are several songs associated with this tune, one couldn’t help but notice that it had also been associated with many nursery rhymes. One of them was “Baa Baa Black Sheep” which is a popular children’s nursery rhyme that was first published in 1744.

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