Popular Lullabies and Nursery Rhymes Starting with 'B'
Baa, Baa, Black Sheep
Baa, Baa, Black Sheep originated around 1744 in Britain. The supposed origin is the slave trade and the medieval wool tax.
Billy Boy originated in America in 1930.
Bingo originated around 1780 in England.
The Big Ship Sails
This is one of the most common nursery rhymes. Children used to sing it while they were enjoying themselves with skipping ropes. This is simply because the lyrics to the song usually were good to suit the ritual chants during the whole process. Though its history cannot be traced clearly, it is believed that the term ‘big ship’ was not hypothetical but real. Therefore, it is believed that it came up after the opening of the Manchester Canal in 1894. It should be understood that this Canal is the second longest one after the mighty Panama Canal which is in Central America. The Manchester Ship Canal was built for the mighty ships as during the time, there were no many ships in the place. In fact, there were only 6 ships that were large enough to use it. It is believed that this was the origin of the song.
Bobby Shafto’s Gone to Sea
Bobby Shafto’s Gone to Sea originated in England in 1805.
Bye Baby Bunting
Bye Baby Bunting originated in 1784 in England.
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