I vacationed in the Bahamas in the summer of 2005 in Freeport and I kept hearing this song and in the lyrics the artist sang about children’s nursery rhymes. There were also children singing in the background of these tunes.
The only words I can remember from the song are “Morning, good morning, how are ya this morning?“…and then children would chant, “It was a rainy day!” In the next verse the children say, “That’s what the froggie say!”
It has been bothering me for almost 2 years because those are the only lyrics I can remember and I really like the song. I was wondering if you could help give a name to this song.
Diana Guercio, Florida, USA
If anyone can help with the name of this song, the lyrics, singer, name of a CD or any other information that would help Diana find this song, we’d be grateful! Please comment below.
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