Here's the Tagalog version of "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes", from the Philippines. It starts the opposite way from the traditional version: it begins with the toes instead of the head.

Notes

Here's a second version of this song:

Paa, tuhod, balikat, ulo
Paa, tuhod, balikat, ulo
Paa, tuhod, balikat, ulo
Magpalakpakan tayo.

English Translation:

My toes, my knees, my shoulders, my head,
My toes, my knees, my shoulders, my head,
My toes, my knees, my shoulders, my head,
Let's clap our hands together.

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