Bailee wrote: "I transliterated this to the way I thought the words would sound to other native English speakers…"

Roat, nos, ushy, e glaza, e glaza
Ruky, nogy, golova, golova
Sheya, grood, zhivot, kalyeny, e stopny
Ne zabod kock nazyvayetsya ahny.


"It's technically not 'Head, shoulders, knees and toes', but it's set to the same tune, and is a very good way to memorise some of your body parts in Russian. Also, I found this version easier and more fun to sing." -Bailee


Monique wrote: "I looked up the Russian word "zhivot" (stomach) on the 3rd line and found out that the word doesn't mean just 'stomach', it also means abdomen, belly etc. Let's say what kids call belly/tummy that generally means all the area below the ribs and above the pelvis."

Thanks and Acknowledgements

Many thanks to Bailee for contributing and translating this song!

Bolshoe spasibo!

Большое спасибо!