Christmas Nursery Song

Here’s a nice little traditional rhyme for you…

Little Robin Redbreast
Sat upon a tree,
I wish you a merry Christmas
It’s a greeting from me.

With apples to eat,
Nuts to crack,
I wish you a merry Christmas
With a big rat-a-tat.

-Lisa

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2 Responses to “Christmas Nursery Song”

  1. Ev and Heather Says:

    hey, we are using Norway as a Homeroom Decorating Contest. If you could post some christmas songs for us from NORWAY, it would be great. If you could do that by tomorrw morning that would be nice. Thank You for your time =]

  2. Lisa Says:

    You can find one English translation of a Danish song about Christmas cookies Danish people eat called Pebernød by clicking the link.

    Click the following link for the original Danish song called Der lå en lille pebernød.

    Click the following link for other Danish Christmas songs in Danish only.

    I don’t have time to do any translations by tomorrow morning, but there’s a pretty good Danish English dictionary online you can access.

    I hope this helps!

    -Lisa

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