Nursery Rhymes – Kids Songs Baby songs “Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat” – Kids Nursery Rhymes In English

Nursery Rhymes – Kids Songs Baby songs “Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat” – Kids Nursery Rhymes In English

“Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat” is a nursery rhyme from London, England which was published in 1805 in the book “Songs for the Nurseries”.

Some people believe that the Queen mentioned in the rhyme is either Queen Elizabeth or Queen Carolina, wife of King George IV. This kids’ rhyme is very easy to learn.

 

“Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat” Nursery Rhyme Lyrics
Pussy cat, pussy cat, where have you been?
I’ve been down to London to visit the Queen.
Pussy cat, pussy cat, what did you there?
I frightened a little mouse, under her chair.

It is one of my favorite poems, which I learned when I was a kid. I had a white cat with blue eyes named “kilota,” and whenever I used to play with him, I always used to sing this poem to him. Now I sing it to my nephew, who is as naughty as Kilota was, and he likes it so much. Also, he has learned the lyrics of  the poem to sing with me.

 

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