“Does anyone have a copy of the ‘Little Johnny Jump Up’ song from the 1930’s?
The beginning words are:
‘Little Johnny Jump Up, That’s my name.
Early in the Spring time up I came.’
…….( can’t recall all the words)…….
‘Don’t you like my smiling face,
Shining in a sunny place.’
……( Help me find this song)……
Signed: DeLoy Johnson
“Johnny-Jump-Up” can refer to violets or pansies. A “Johnny Jump Up” is also a European wildflower flower called heartsease. Heartsease can also be used as an herb.
Please comment below if you can help with this song.
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