Christine Clemmons wrote me…
I have a friend, Renee, who is Russian-American. She is pregnant and due in June. She has told me a few times a story about her Great-Grandfather, who was Russian. He used to sing/say to her when she was a baby something like…
“Huts-ka, Huts-ka Naya Huts-ka”
“Tiptoe through the strawberry fields.”
“Tiptoe through the tulips.”
I am looking for more information about this and hoping that this might sound familiar to you. I was at your website and saw some of the Russian children’s songs… Any information that you have would be helpful. I would LOVE to be able to find out more about this so that we can share this heritage with her baby! I know she would be so thrilled.
If anyone can help with this song, please comment below or email me.
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