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A selection of funny Nursery Rhymes from our vast collection of 100000 children's poems by famous and less famous poets - enjoy!

Nursery Rhyme: Funny Rhymes - 7



Ma brother Bill's a Fireman bold

Ma Da's the lord mayor of London


Mah Granny went doon tae the cellar

Maiden In The Moor Lay

Make Believe

Man In The Moon

March Winds

Margaret Wrote A Letter

Mary At The Kitchen Door

Mary Had a Little Lamb

Mary, Mary Quite Contrary

Marys Canary

Master I Have

Matilda Who Told Lies

Me Came Floatee in a Boatee

Me Myself and I

Meh lad's a terry

Merry Games

Michael Row The Boat Ashore

Millions Of Rain-Drops

Mirror Mirror

Mirth And Play

Miss Polly Had A Dolly

Mistress Mary


Modern Milkman

Molly My Sister

Mondays Child

Money and the Mare

Mother May I

Mother Mitchell


Mr Bicker staff

Mr East

Mr Finney

Mr Nobody

Mr Worm

Mrs Sparrow

Mrs Wright

Muffin man

Muggie fell doon the mill dam

Mulberry Hill


My Bonnie

My Books

My eyes are dim I can not see

My Grandfather's Clock

My Kingdom

My Kitten

My Little Old Man

My Love

My Maid Mary

My Mother

My Mother Said Never Play With Gipsies

My mother said that I must go

My Pretty Maid

My Uncle Arly

My uncle Tam


Names For The Fingers

Names For Toes

Nancy Dawson

Naughty Baby

Needles and Pins

Nicht Owre

Nick And Nock

Nievie, Nievie, Nicknack

Night and Day

Nine Little Goblins


Norse Lullaby

Not last night but the night before


Now All Of You

O Dear What Can The Matter Be

O Rose

O, the broon coo

Obliging Mr Hammer

Oh Dear Mother

Oh Dearest Bess

Oh Little Child

Oh mah Granny's in the cellar

Oh Ring The Bells

Oh Susanna

Oh Where

Oh Where Do Fairies Hide

Oh Where has My Little Dog Gone

Oh ye cannae shove yer grannie aff the bus

Old Adam Brown

Old Chairs

Old Grimes

Old King Cole

Old MacDonald Had A Farm

Old Man and a Bee

Old Mother Goose

Old Mother Hubbard

Old Mother Twitchett

Old Mr Match

Old Woman from France

Old Woman Must Stand

Old Woman of Exeter

Old Woman of Gloucester

Old Woman of Harrow

Old Woman of Surrey

Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe

Oliver Cromwell

On a Tired Housewife

On Christmas Eve

On Digital Extremities

On Saturday Night

On The Bridge Of Avignon

On The First Of March

Once A Time

Once I caught A fish Alive

Once I Saw a Little Bird

One and One

One fine day

One fine day in the middle of the night

One Finger One Thumb

One For The Money

One He Loves

One I Love

One Leaf For Fame

One Misty Morning

One Stormy Night

One Two Three Four

One Two Three Four Five

One, Two, Three - a Leerie

Ones None

Oranges and Lemons

Over In The Meadow

Over The River And Through The Woods

Over the Water

Overheard in the Corn-Field

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