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Kid Songs and Rhymes of
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A Hare Went Out for a Walk (Nursery Rhyme)  
Cossack Lullaby (Lullaby)  MP3 Midi
Do-re-mi-fa-sol-la-ti (Nursery Rhyme)  
Good Evening To You (A Carol)  Midi  
Ladybug Fly to the Sky
(Nursery Rhyme)  
Magpie - Magpie (Finger Play) MP3  
Pat-a-cake (Clapping Song) MP3  
Pussy-Cat (Lullaby)
Sleep (Lullaby)  Midi
Some Russian Tongue Twisters (Tongue Twisters)
The Crocodile (Nursery Rhyme) MP3
The Hussars Are Coming (Nursery rhyme)
The Priest Had a Dog (Nursery Rhyme) MP3
The Russian Doll (Rhyme Game) MP3
Tongue Twisters #2 (Tongue Twisters)  
Two Merry Geese   MP3 Midi  
 
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