Category: Mangled Nursery Rhymes

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Little Miss Willow Sat on a pillow And there she was going to stay. But a spider beside ’er Convinced our Miss Willow That she should go elsewhere to play. By R. Wayne Edwards

Little Boy Blue

Why do you suppose Little Boy Blue turned blue When the cows got into the corn? Do you think, maybe, It had something to do With the way that he blew his horn?

Mary’s Little Lamb

Mary had a little lamb And it was such a pity. They came and took her lamb away ‘Cause she lived in the city.

Little Bo Peep

Little Bo Peep lost all her sheep With a note no bank would carry. She kept one lamb That she called Sam And she gave it to Mary.

Humpty Dumpty

Humpty Dumpty lay on the ground A crushed and broken fella. No one wanted to put him together ‘Cause he had salmonella.