“The Animal Fair” is a traditional American folk song and nursery rhyme first time published in 1898. It’s also known as “The Green Green Grass of Home”, “Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush”, or simply “Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush”. The song has been adapted into many forms, most notably by Thomas Edison, who popularized it in his recording of 1911. The melody, however, has remained unchanged since its origin.
“The Animal Fair Lyrics”
listen to the American Traditional nursery rhymes The Animal Fair are given below.
The birds and the beasts were there.
The big baboon by the light of the moon
Was combing his golden hair.
And slid down the elephant’s trunk.
The elephant sneezed – Achoo!
And fell on her knees,
Monkey, monkey, monkey, monkey?
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“The Animal Fair” nursery rhyme was a very popular children’s poem written by English poet William Cowper in 1782.
The animal fair is a traditional nursery rhyme that promotes the use of animals in home decor. The rhyme itself has its origins in the English language, but it has been used in many different languages around the world. It was originally written by Mrs. Prue, and published in 1774 as part of her book Children’s Corner Booklet.