"In Finnish hämähäkki means a spider. I don't really know why we sing hämä-hämä, but it fits the melody perfectly. This Finnish version of Incy Wincy Spider is known all around Finland. And this one translates to the following..." -Hippu

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Thanks and Acknowledgements

Many thanks to Hippu for sharing and translating this song!

Image: From A.S. Packard, Jr.'s 1873 book "Our Common Insects".

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