silly kids songs

This made me think of the great kids songs from yesteryear that I grew up with, I wonder if there are any good videos of them on You Tube, songs like Nellie The Elephant, and The Bee Song.
@peppervel: My kids and I to sing together and learn new funny songs…I know someday I’ll really miss it, too.
I think your kids created a great list of 10 Funny Kids Songs.
Kids love to laugh, and funny songs they just find amazing.
your lens brought back memories when I sang to my kids all kinds of kiddy songs.
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Silly songs are great because, like activity songs, kids will be able to listen to them with other children.
While many learning songs are made to help children understand math, colors, or the alphabet, silly songs are purely to give them some relaxation and enjoyment.
Some of the more popular songs, such as I Know A Song That Gets On Everybody’s Nerves, are totally silly and only exist for kids to sing for the sake of singing.
Children love silly songs because they allow kids to simply have some fun and enjoy music.
For adults, silly songs provide the opportunity to give kids some downtime or relief from learning or trying to memorize things.
This selection of silly children’s songs and nursery rhymes is one of the largest on the web.
Other songs, like the Jingle Bells Silly Version, are parody songs that are created based on existing songs.
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Oh i dont like tomatos and i dont think they like me and they make me FAR… TOO… UNHAPPY!!! LOL i love tomatos actually i just love ur song keep writing u are so talented and i thank u for using your talent for good.
My friend Ashley and my favorite songs where Before I could Ryhme,A Love Song, and The Ukelele Song.
we laugh so hard to the tomatoe song , it is great! Most kids songs are aimed at kids and adults shutter at listening to them over and over but I find myself loving these songs more then the kids.
Funny song! My mom and i had a good laugh when listening to your songs.
Going to teach my girl guides two of the songs too all kids need to at least hear the tomatoe and duck song.
Bryan oden u r the best and all of these songs r good actually and i love how ure voice goes in this it is grea and i dont like tamatos either i do like tomato soup but not a lot.
hey!songdrops daily comment writer here!this is a really funny song!it sounds like tomatos help him pass gas!:) LOL!OMG!ROTFLOL!”far…too unhappy”so hilarious!:) i cant write any more comments for today.
this song is kind of weird but ilove all the other songs like the duck song and bob the snail but i do not like this one.
Hey man I hope you keep making songs I suggest you mke a song called the ugly mean dog.
Silly Songs, a collection of about 270 silly songs for kids of all ages with lyrics and music to listen to.
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And it’s good to have more entries into this growing field of "Children’s Music That Parent’s Will Try to Make Their Kids Like." The truth is, sometime’s the best intentions—like Tom Waits singing "Bend Down the Branches"—don’t strike the same chord with the little one’s that mom or dad might have hoped.
They’ve had everyone from Wilco, Aimee Mann, and Over the Rhine (hearing Caren Bergquist sing "poop goes in the potty" is a little surreal) to Blitzen Trapper, Mates of State and Of Montreal provide a bit of "Dad Rock" for the kids.
"Here on fibber island, we strum rubber guitars, our friends live on Mars, and we sow buttons on our cars." This is why They Might Be Giants might be the best kids’ band of all time.
Like They Might Be Giants, the idea of Dawson singing kids’ songs seems natural.
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"The Song that Never Ends": One of the 10 best funny songs for kids is "The Song that Never Ends." It is called that way for you will keep on repeating the verses unless you’ve grown bored or tired of doing so.
" Polly Wolly Doodle": First published in 1880, "Polly Wolly Doodle" is another song that is one of the 10 best funny songs for kids.
 "Little Bunny Foo Foo": This song, one of the 10 best funny songs for kids tells the story of a little bunny named Foo Foo.
"Brown Squirrel:" This song from the 10 best funny songs for kids will certainly keep you on your toes.
"There’s a Hole in the Bottom of the Sea": This song has no real meaning but still, it’s one of the 10 best funny songs for kids.
"Five Little Monkeys": For the times that you need the kids to get up and be active, this song from the 10 best funny songs for kids will be the best.
"Charmin’ Billy": This is another song that belongs to the 10 best funny songs for kids.
"I’m a Little Piece of Tin": One of the 10 best funny songs for kids, this has a lively melody with very simple words that are really catchy.
Barry Louis Polisar’s first song for children was written in 1975, and he has been telling stories ever since.
The songs — and there are 150 Polisar compositions — were Jacob Kohuth’s favorite part of the event, he said.
As Polisar sang, he moved his body in slug-like motions and used the voice a slug would have used — if one could talk.
After his first performance of singing songs to children, he witnessed a teacher scold her students, telling them to quit acting like children.
Shortly after the dinosaur song, he progressed to a new song called "I’m a Slug." He had the children sing along during the chorus, in a low voice.
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Listen on Spotify 4 My People Missy Elliott 2001 Though we can’t say for sure whether it’s about ecstasy consumption, this club track, best heard as a Basement Jaxx remix, is taken from the album Miss E … So Addictive (on the cover the E is circled) and is heralded by Elliott hollering, “This is for my motherfucking club heads!” In the song, Missy initially appears all coy after spotting a fella she likes across the dancefloor and so opts for an orange juice and to “go X it out”.
Listen on Spotify Beat the Clock Sparks 1979 After expressing admiration for disco producer Giorgio Moroder’s innovative work on Donna Summer’s I Feel Love, oddball brothers Ron and Russell Mael were teamed up with him for their revitalising No 1 In Heaven album, which produced this gameshow-inspired hit single.
Listen on Spotify You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real) Sylvester 1978 Formerly a member of ramshackle, San Fransisco-based transvestite performance troupe the Cockettes (who at one time also counted Divine among their number), sizeable singer Sylvester had already released some great soul, funk and rock records by 1978, but success eluded him until he upped the tempo considerably and focused on disco.
Listen on Spotify Break Dance – Electric Boogie West Street Mob 1983 Although Break Dance – Electric Boogie wasn’t the first old-school hip-hop record to dismember the Incredible Bongo Band’s take on Apache, it’s the most cherished for the way it blends the original’s crucial elements (bongo intro and brass fanfare) with the emerging electro.
Listen on Spotify We Are Your Friends Justice v Simian 2002 Few people had heard of Simian – Arctic Monkeys producer James Ford’s old band – or the first single from their 2002 album, We Are Your Friends, until noisy French dance duo Justice remixed it.
Listen on Spotify Somebody Oughta Turn Your Head Around Crystal Mansion 1972 Based around the talents of Philly singer Johnny Caswell (who also had a northern soul hit with You Don’t Love Me Anymore), Crystal Mansion included this song on their debut album, which was imbued with the optimism of Haight-Ashbury rather than the cynicism of Altamont.
Listen on Spotify Rapper’s Delight The Sugarhill Gang 1979 Having a DJing nightmare? Dead dancefloor and you need a pee and a fag? Cue up the full, 14-minute version of the first hip-hop hit single and leave the party to take care of itself.
Listen on Spotify Off the Wall Michael Jackson 1979 If Don’t Stop ’Til You Get Enough is the populist party choice from Michael Jackson’s fifth album, Off the Wall, disco connoisseurs prefer the title track.
Listen on Spotify There But for the Grace of God Machine 1979 In between the early success he enjoyed alongside his brother in Dr Buzzard’s Savannah Band and forming his own stage persona as Kid Creole, Tommy Browder – aka August Darnell – found time to lend his almost peerless satirical songwriting skills (not to mention his considerable production abilities) to this female-voiced disco anthem.
Listen on Spotify Numbers/Computer World 2 Kraftwerk 1981 The blueprint for Detroit’s otherworldy techno music, particularly its nu-electro element, is contained within these two adjoining tracks, which are traditionally played together, consecutively in dance clubs (it is also a significant record to the hip-hop community).
Listen on Spotify The Clapping Song Shirley Ellis 1965 Bronx soul songstress Ellis wrote her footnote into music history with this blistering novelty dance hit.
Listen on Spotify Just Can’t Get Enough Depeche Mode 1981 No matter how inventive the rearrangement, how annoying the charity cover version or how ubiquitous its appearance in advertising makes it, there’s no escaping the pure pop thrill of new-wave veterans Depeche Mode’s naive, breakthrough single, the final contribution from early songwriter Vince Clarke (before leaving to form Yazoo and later Erasure) and an anthem in British gay clubs ever since.
Listen on Spotify Disco Inferno The Trammps 1976 This incendiary dance anthem had already been a disco hit before gaining inclusion on the soundtrack of Saturday Night Fever.
Listen on Spotify Is It All Over My Face Loose Joints 1980 Known primarily as a cult contributor to the leftfield disco scene, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Arthur Russell’s work across several genres of avant garde music has been rediscovered and critically acclaimed since his death from Aids in the early 90s.
Listen on Spotify Begin the Beguine Artie Shaw 1938 Cole Porter’s witty ballroom classic – which served to popularise an obscure Caribbean dance – was first used in a 1935 musical but received its definitive version three years later at the hands of bandleader Artie Shaw and arranger Jerry Gray.
Listen on Spotify Cokane in My Brain Dillinger 1976 One of the weirdest party songs ever, and a huge influence at the time on the fledgling hip-hop scene, this international underground reggae hit is full of funk, fire and ambiguity.
Listen on Spotify Silly Games Janet Kay 1979 Lovers rock was the first flowering of homegrown black British music and big sister to everything that came after, from jungle to UK garage through to grime and funky house.
Listen on Spotify Love Shack The B-52’s 1989 A seemingly effortless meld of Don Was’s slick big-band production, Fred Schneider’s fairground bark, the piping harmonies of Cindy Wilson and Kate Pierson and the dirty blues guitar of Keith Strickland, Love Shack gave the B-52’s their first mainstream hit more than a decade into their career.
Listen on Spotify Flashdance Irene Cara 1983 One of the first “high concept” films of the 80s – female welder finds herself through the medium of dance and legwarmers – was helmed by a title track that found the melodic/melancholic interface at which Abba were so good.
Listen on Spotify Weekend Class Action 1981 A brilliant cover version of Phreek’s club classic, this electronically reconstituted version featured the original vocalist Chris Wiltshire, was produced by legendary New York figure Bob Blank and remixed by Paradise Garage DJ Larry Levan (who apparently was absent from the studio during “his” remix).
Listen on Spotify 9pm (Till I Come) ATB 1999 Apparently, German trance producer André Tanneberger discovered the velvety guitar sound that became the hook on his first single by accident.
Listen on Spotify Jimmy Jimmy Aaja Bappi Lahiri/Parvati Khan 1982 Recently sampled by MIA, this Parvati Khan-vocalled glitzy dance nugget is the sound of disco fever sweeping Bollywood.
Listen on Spotify Lost in Music Sister Sledge 1979 The major works of disco geniuses Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards of Chic were always double-edged celebrations of dancing.
Listen on Spotify Soul Makossa Manu Dibango 1972 Based around a spare bassline and a mesmerising, swirling Afro-funk beat, this seminal single by Cameroonian saxophonist Emmanuel Dibango was picked up by influential New York DJ David Mancuso who started playing it as his nightclub, The Loft.
Listen on Spotify Whip It Devo 1980 Arguably the best song these new-wave pop surrealists produced that isn’t on their Brian Eno-produced debut album, Whip It was almost a manic alternative to a Will Powers motivational record.
Listen on Spotify Long Train Runnin’ Doobie Brothers 1973 Not many country-tinged, California rock records can tear up a Balearic dancefloor two decades later, but Long Train Runnin’ is one of those rare songs that have managed to completely transcend genre and era, having been rediscovered by the next generation of DJs.
Listen on Spotify Sweet Soul Music Arthur Conley 1967 With a voice that sat somewhere between the lofty heights of his biggest idol, Sam Cooke, and the racked emotion of his mentor/manager, Otis Redding, Arthur Conley remains one of the most underrated artists associated with the early years of Stax.
Listen on Spotify Transmission Joy Division 1979 Joy Division were never perceived as a party band , but this two-chord bludgeoning, with Ian Curtis militaristically demanding that we “dance, dance, dance, dance, dance to the radio!”, is as close to a knees-up as they ever came.
Listen on Spotify Baby Let’s Dance Together Sapan Chakraborty 1978 The 1978 Hindi movie Shalimar might have flopped but its soundtrack album remains a highly collectable favourite with freak-funk fans.
Listen on Spotify Jump (For My Love) The Pointer Sisters 1984 The versatile Sisters recorded soul, disco and country songs in the 70s but hit a commercial purple patch in the mid-80s, with Jump (For My Love) their apex.
Listen on Spotify Stop Bajon (Primavera) Tullio De Piscopo 1984 A beautifully produced, early-80s pop hit from Italian session drummer Tullio De Piscopo, beloved by legions of international dance fans despite most non-Italians being completely oblivious to the confusing, but ultimately optimistic message delivered within its lyrics.
Listen on Spotify Holiday Madonna 1983 Madonna’s third single and first major hit still stands as her dumbest song.
Listen on Spotify Windowlicker Aphex Twin 1999 Rumour has it that there is a demo version of this song, with Richard D James, aka Aphex Twin, playing the original idea for the song on guitar.
Listen on Spotify Yes Sir, I Can Boogie Baccara 1977 How female Spanish duo Baccara were ever earmarked for pan-European disco success considering their background in flamenco and traditional Spanish songs is anyone’s guess, but in 1977 they managed it with this humongous Eurodisco classic.
Listen on Spotify Cross the Tracks (We Better Go Back) Maceo and the Macks 1975 Bebop-influenced saxophonist Maceo Parker tried to leave his longstanding place within James Brown’s band several times over the years (for a while he even joined the Parliament/Funkadelic collective), but always returned having failed to secure equal success solo or as a band leader.
Listen on Spotify Everybody Madonna 1982 Ubiquitous as she now is, Sire records actually left Madonna’s face off the cover of her debut single, believing people would have trouble swallowing this white-hot slab of robo-pop if they knew it was sung by a white girl.
Listen on Spotify Tighten Up Archie Bell and the Drells 1968 This jittery funk classic was co-written by Archie Bell’s friend Billy Butler, who invented a dance called “the tighten up” to cheer up Bell after he was drafted to Vietnam.
Listen on Spotify Land of 1,000 Dances Cannibal and the Headhunters 1965 Originally recorded by New Orleans eccentric Chris Kenner and covered, over the years, by Wilson Pickett, Rufus Thomas, the Walker Brothers and Patti Smith, this rambunctious rock’n’roll classic received its definitive version from this Chicano quartet from east Los Angeles.
Listen on Spotify Let’s Start II Dance Again Hamilton Bohannon 1981 Stevie Wonder’s former drummer Hamilton Bohannon scored his biggest hit with 1978’s Let’s Start the Dance, a massive chunk of irresistible boogie powered by Carolyn Crawford’s roof-raiser vocal.
Listen on Spotify Shout Tears for Fears 1984 Regarded by many as a somewhat pretentious synth band from the new-wave school, things were about to change radically for Tears for Fears upon the release of their highly considered departure and huge-selling second album, Songs from the Big Chair.
Listen on Spotify Hit the Bongo Tito Puente 1968 By 1968, Tito Puente was no longer the Afro-Cuban dance king, with a younger generation of Nuyoricans taking his beats and mixing them with funk and garage rock.
Listen on Spotify Paper Planes (DFA remix) MIA 2008 Already one of recent pop sensation MIA’s best tracks, Paper Planes was dragged from its dreamy orbit by NYC post-punk disco revivalists DFA and thrust into the centre of the dancefloor by way of their equally impressive remix.
Listen on Spotify He’s the Greatest Dancer Sister Sledge 1979 This Chic-composed and produced disco hit is a gay anthem that just happens to be sung by women.
Listen on Spotify I’m in the Mood for Dancing The Nolans 1979 Anyone who drunkenly selects this hen-party favourite at a karaoke night will quickly realise that it’s not as simple as it sounds.
Listen on Spotify Girls Just Want to Have Fun Cyndi Lauper 1983 One of pop’s most ecstatic classics, this debut single and huge global hit from former Blue Angel singer Lauper is also one of pop’s greatest feminist statements.
Listen on Spotify (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher Jackie Wilson 1967 Originally unable to nail the vocal track, Wilson was instructed by producer Carl Davis to “jump and go along with the percussion”.
Listen on Spotify (You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party) Beastie Boys 1987 It’s more than likely that all the woes listed by the Beastie Boys have been experienced by all western teenage boys (“Your dad caught you smoking and he said ‘No way!’”), yet Fight for Your Right was only ever intended as a parody of such meathead anthems as Mötley Crüe’s version of Smokin’ in the Boys Room.
Listen on Spotify Virginia Plain Roxy Music 1972 When art-school freaks Roxy Music accompanied this, their non-album debut single, on Top of the Pops they were the weirdest sight to date witnessed on the programme (Sparks wasn’t until 1974).
Listen on Spotify Cloud Nine The Temptations 1968 The Temptations never really got the psychedelic direction producer Norman Whitfield pushed them in – photos at the time make them look like extras in a comedy about undercover narcs – but they could more than handle the music.
Listen on Spotify Drug Train The Cramps 1980 As might be expected of a man who once told the audience of a children’s TV show, “I’m on drugs, they’re good drugs,” Cramps frontman Lux Interior knew a thing or two about having a good time.
Listen on Spotify Brass in Pocket The Pretenders 1979 If rock music’s female singers had their vocal styling and the attitudes contained therein made flesh you would pity the figure depicted by Joplin’s fragility, cross the road to avoid Patti Smith’s, and whimper in reverence to PJ Harvey’s.
Listen on Spotify Feel Good Hit of the Summer Queens of the Stone Age 2000 “Nicotine, valium, vicodin, marijuana, ecstasy and alcohol, C-C-C-C-C-cocaine!” So runs the entire lyric of this aptly titled single, on which veteran hellraiser and ex-Judas Priest singer Rob Halford guested.
Listen on Spotify I Love Rock’n’Roll Joan Jett and the Blackhearts 1982 Seventies beat-poppers the Arrows originally wrote and recorded this hymn to the devil’s music to worldwide indifference.
Listen on Spotify One Nation Under a Groove Funkadelic 1978 George Clinton was always as much cult as band leader, so it’s only right that his biggest hit aped the language of the pledge of allegiance.
Listen on Spotify Young Hearts Run Free Candi Staton 1976 Few songs encapsulate the last days of disco spirit like Candi Staton’s tour de force.
Listen on Spotify Buffalo Gals Malcolm McLaren 1983 After messy fallouts with the Sex Pistols, Bow Wow Wow and Adam Ant, McLaren spent months wandering aimlessly around southern Africa, the American south and New York researching an album provisionally titled Folk Dances of the World.
Listen on Spotify Brimful of Asha Cornershop 1997 Having been on the indie radar since the early 1990s, when they set fire to a picture of Morrissey outside EMI’s offices, it took a speeded-up remix by Norman Cook to bring Cornershop to the masses, via Tjinder Singh’s tribute to Bollywood’s most prolific playback singer, Asha Bhosle.
Listen on Spotify Think About It (What Is Wrong With the World Today) Flight of the Conchords 2008 In which the peerless Kiwi “digi-folk” duo pay homage to a certain strain of “protest song” – the vague, directionless, apolitical soul ballad exemplified by Buffalo Springfield, Stevie Wonder, Curtis Mayfield, the Stylistics and any number of acid jazz copyists.
Listen on Spotify A Punk Vampire Weekend 2008 One of the most annoying and therefore also one of the most memorable singles released in recent years, this very fast offering from the Afro-pop infatuated New York youngsters literally sorts the men from the boys, as anyone over the age of 24 would look completely daft attempting to pogo to its insistent guitars, mock flutes and feral yelps.

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