Popular Lullabies and Nursery Rhymes Starting Starting with 'D'

Doctor Foster

Doctor Foster originated in 1844 in England and is in reference to Edward I of England.


Ding Dong Bell

Shakespeare was one of the most famous writers who ever lived. He is still regarded as one of the greatest. It is from him that the nursery rhyme Ding Dong Bell came from in the 16th Century. He used the rhyme in a number of his masterpiece poems. The most common one involved a cat which was left to drown. However, the cat did not die as it was saved by the Little Tom Stout. This was during the time of animal activism. The saving of the cat aimed at showing the children that it was not acceptable to be cruel against animals. Another common aspect of the ding dong depicts the real sound in the onomatopoeia version.

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