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Eensy Weensy Spider


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Make-Up Challenge!

If you have missed either Week One, Two or Three you can complete this challenge (In addition to the main challenge above) to make-up your missing potion ingredient. This challenge is ONLY for those SingSnap Members who need to make-up a missed challenge.

Make-Up Challenge Part A: You must sing any CHILDREN'S SONG on October 25th. If you already know what song you would like to sing and would like it featured, you can request it here!

Make-Up Challenge Part B: Nothing says children like a nursery rhyme or tongue twister. At the start of your song you must say the following phrase;

I wish to wish the wish you wish to wish,
But if you wish the wish the witch wishes,
I won't wish the wish you wish to wish.

I think whoever made up this Poem must of been DRUNK*LOL* oh and don't try to say this poem when You are DRUNK*chuckles*


I used to sing this when I was little and we would do all the hand motions, but it's been so long I forgot how*LOL* Careful it's the TERMINATOR SPIDER*snickers*lol* Thank You for Your kind comments and listens they are much appreciated and I did this in MY OWN WAY*S*

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This article is about the nursery rhyme. For other uses, see Itsy Bitsy Spider (disambiguation).

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"Itsy Bitsy Spider" singing game

"Itsy Bitsy Spider" (also known as "Incy Wincy Spider" in Australia and Great Britain, and several other similar-sounding names) is a popular nursery rhyme and fingerplay that describes the adventures of a spider as it ascends, descends, and reascends the downspout or "waterspout" of a gutter system (or, alternatively, the spout of a teapot or open-air reservoir). It is usually accompanied by a sequence of gestures that mimic the words of the song. Its Roud Folk Song Index number is 11586.


The song can be found in publications including an alternative version in the book, Camp and Camino in Lower California (1910), where it was referred to as "Spider Song."It appears to be a different version of this song using “blooming, bloody” instead of "itsy bitsy". It was later published in one of its several modern versions in Western Folklore, by the California Folklore Society (1948), Mike and Peggy Seeger's, American Folk Songs for Children (1948). In 2013 Maziar Bahari's company Off-Centre Productions created an animated version of the song featuring an animated mouse character called "Journo."

Lyrics as described in 1910, as being from the 'classic' "Spider Song":

Oh, the blooming, bloody spider went up the spider web,
The blooming, bloody rain came down and washed the spider out,
The blooming, bloody sun came out and dried up all the rain,
And the blooming, bloody spider came up the web again.
The song is sung by and for children in countless languages and cultures. It is similar of the melody of the children's song "Spannenlanger Hansel " in German-speaking countries.


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