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HERE WE GO ROUND THE MULBERRY BUSH (60SEC) - (by Pete Bax)  Year: 2009
Pete Bax "Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush" (also titled "Mulberry Bush" or "This is the Way") is an English language nursery rhyme and singing game. It was originally a bramble bush, mulberries, Morus rubra L. – Red Mulberry they grow on trees. Its like Blue Birds over white cliffs of Dover don't exist. Instrumental, Childrens, Nursery Rhymes
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
60sec - Childrens, Nursery Rhymes  
353720 0:57 Med Slow 100   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush (60sec)
Catalog ID: 353720  ISRC: US5UL0910051
Description: "Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush" (also titled "Mulberry Bush" or "This is the Way") is an English language nursery rhyme and singing game. It was originally a bramble bush, mulberries, Morus rubra L. – Red Mulberry they grow on trees. Its like Blue Birds over white cliffs of Dover don't exist.

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Artist or Group: Pete Bax

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Keywords: Children, Kids, Boy , Girl, Nursery Rhyme, Ring Tone, Fun, Ringtone Ring-Back, Ring Back, Mobile, Happy, School, Nursery, Kinder Garden, Infants, Education

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Childrens Music
       Nursery rhymes (music)
Extended Properties
  Duration: 0:57   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 100
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Synthesizer
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Animated, Bouncy, Bright, Cheeky, Cheerful, Childish, Dancing, Fun, Funny, Groovy, Innocent, Jolly, Joyful, Lively, Mischievous, Questioning, Rhythmic, Silly, Surprising, Whimsical

Styles: Comedy, Comedy / Dark Humor, Comedy / Family, Cooking Show, Fairy Tale, Family / After School, Family / Children, Family / Infant, Family / Teen, Family / Toddler

Extended Keywords: The rhyme is first recorded as a children's game by James Orchard Halliwell in the mid-nineteenth century He also noted that there was a similar game with the lyrics, 'Here we go round the bramble bush'. Some commentators believe that the bramble bush was the earlier version, and perhaps changed because of the difficulty of articulating the alliteration, not least because mulberries do not grow on bushes.
Halliwell noted that subsequent verses included: 'This is the way we wash our clothes', 'This is the way we dry our clothes', 'This is the way we mend our shoes', 'This is the way the gentlemen walk' and 'This is the way the ladies walk'.

The song and associated game is traditional, and has parallels in the Scandinavian languages and in Dutch (although the mulberry bush is replaced by a juniper bush in Scandinavia).


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