Children’s songs for the Noughties

Five Currant Buns

Five currant buns
In a supermarket
Round and full of fat, wheat, milk, possibly nuts and sugar with a cherry on the top
So no, you can’t have them
Stop your whinging
And put them back on the shelf.

 

Children’s songs for the Noughties

The Wheels on the Bus

The wheels on the bus
Go round and round
Round and round
Round and round
The wheels on the bus
Go round and round
All day long
The driver on the bus
Goes “Move further down please”
“Move further down please”
“Move further down please”
The driver on the bus
Goes “Move further down please”
All day long

The old lady on the bus
Goes “Am I twirly love?”
“Twirly love”
“Twirly love”
The old lady on the bus
Goes “Am I twirly love?”
All day long

The drunk on the bus
Goes “Aff akin bastads”
“Aff akin bastads”
“Aff akin bastads”
The drunk on the bus
Goes “Aff akin bastads”
All day long

The Chavs on the bus
Smoke and swear
Smoke and swear
Smoke and swear
The Chavs on the bus
Smoke and swear
All day long

The weirdo on the bus
Sits next to you
Next to you
Next to you
The weirdo on the bus
Sits next to you
All day long

The pensioners on the bus
All whinge and moan
Whinge and moan
Whinge and moan
The pensioners on the bus
All whinge and moan
All day long

The fat man on the bus
Takes up three seats
Takes up three seats
Takes up three seats
The fat man on the bus
Takes up three seats
And the aisle.