Out the Window

This is silly and a little bit mean. Take your favorite nursery rhyme and add the mean little ending for this song. Kids love to participate in this one. And it’s really not that mean if you have a group who’s in touch with reality.

Old Mother Hubbard went to her cupboard
To get her poor doggie a bone
When she got there, her cupboard was bare
So she threw him out the window, the window, the second story window
With a heave and a ho and mighty throw she threw him out the window!

Little Miss Muffet sat on her tuffet eating her curds and whey
Along came a spider who sat down beside her
And she threw him out the window, the window, the second story window
With a heave and a ho and mighty throw she threw him out the window!

Hey diddle diddle the cat and the fiddle
The cow jumped over the moon
The little dog laughed to see such sport
So they threw him out the window, the window, the second story window
With a heave and a ho and mighty throw they threw him out the window!

Little Jack Horner sat in a corner eating his Christmas pie
He stuck in his thumb and pulled out a plumb
And he threw it out the window, the window, the second story window
With a heave and a ho and mighty throw he threw it out the window!

Mary had a little lamb its fleece was white as snow
And everywhere that Mary went
She threw him out the window, the window, the second story window
With a heave and a ho and mighty throw she threw him out the window!

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One response to this post.

  1. At camp we called this song ‘Second Story Window’.

    ‘Mary had a little lamb; his fleece was white as snow;
    And everywhere that Mary went she threw him out the window!
    The window, the window, the second-story window!
    Hi-low low-hi, threw it out the window!

    Jack and Jill went up the hill
    To fetch a pail of water;
    Jack fell down and broke his crown and Jill went out the window!
    The window, the window, the second-story window!
    Hi-low low-hi, threw it out the window!

    Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet
    Eating her curds and whey;
    Along came a spider that sat down beside her and threw her out the window!
    The window, the window, the second-story window!
    Hi-low low-hi, threw it out the window!

    Twinkle-twinkle little star,
    How I wonder what you are;
    Up above the world so high I threw you out the window!
    The window, the window, the second-story window!
    Hi-low low-hi, threw it out the window!’

    Basically any nursery rhyme can be made into a verse if you can make it fit the rhyme scheme.

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