Nursery Rhymes – Kids Songs Baby songs “Jack and Jill” – Kids Nursery Rhymes In English
“Jack and Jill” is a famous nursery rhyme. Its origin dates back in the early 18th Century. There are several versions of this kids’ song. The phrase “Jack and Jill,” also known as “Jack and Gill” sometimes, was used in England to describe a buy and a girl.
The earliest printed version comes from a reprint of “ Mother Goose’s Melody” by John Newbery. It is assumed that it was first published in London around 1765. In this published version, Jack and Gill referred to two boys instead of a boy and a girl.
“Jack and Jill” Nursery Rhyme Lyrics
Jack and Jill went up the hill
To fetch a pail of water.
Jack fell down and broke his crown,
And Jill came tumbling after.
Then up got Jack and said to Jill,
As in his arms he took her,
“Brush off that dirt for you’re not hurt,
Let’s fetch that pail of water.”
So Jack and Jill went up the hill
To fetch the pail of water,
And took it home to Mother dear,
Who thanked her son and daughter
You can entertain your kids using the lyrics . Kids love this nursery rhyme so much and I also had a wonderful time listening to this in my school time. Once I sung this in front my little niece, now she sings it every time she sees me.