(A Tomcat as Small as a Kitten)
(Croak, Croak, "Diri Diri Dam")
(Fox, You've Stolen the Goose)
Drop the Handkerchief Game
(Here Comes the Snail)
(In the Forest by the Hazelnuts)
(Many More Years)
(Many Years with Good Health!)
(Mommy Has A Little Girl)
(My Little Ducks Went On The Water)
(One Elephant Was Swinging)
(Santa Claus with His White Hair)
(Spring is Coming)
(The Itsy Bitsy Spider)
(The Sleigh Dashes)
(The Stone Bridge)
Please contribute a traditional song or rhyme from your country.
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