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Angie Who's "Littlefolk" album is parent-friendly kids folk music. Purchase the album by Sydney based vocalist, mum and wife online now.

LYRICS

Singing Along

Step One:

Get the music cranking:

Step Two:

Learn your favourite song and sing it to your little (or yourself) (or your neighbour)

  • Hey Sun

  • Travelling Band

  • Let's Take a Walk

  • Heart of Mine

  • Sailing Song

  • Skip to My Lou

  • Running & Jumping

  • Shortenin' Bread

  • There's a Little Wheel Turning

  • Cup of Tea

  • Chicken Dinner Song

  • My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean

  • Hush Now

  • Lavender's Blue

  • Pretty Little Baby

  • Land of Nod


Hey Sun

The sun and the moon and the stars
Are all hanging high above
Hanging up there Lighting our way
Looking down on us

Hey sun, hey moon, hey stars
Hey sun, hey moon, hey stars

The sun and the moon and the stars
Can see wherever you are
They spy you in turns
While the other ones rest
and time turns into days weeks and months

The sun and the moon and the stars
Like to play games with clouds
They like to hide So we cannot see
And it gets pretty dark on the ground

Hey sun, Hey moon, Hey stars
Hey sun, Hey moon, Hey stars
I’d catch you if I had really long arms
I’d catch you If I had really long arms

One day in the lounge room, I said to my 3yr old daughter, “What shall we write a song about? and she said ‘The sun and the moon and the stars’...and this song is what happened next.
— Angie Who

Travelling Band

Someday day you’ll be too big to hold
Some day my baby I’ll be pretty old
So let’s tarry and treasure these days
My sweetie sweetheart oh my travelling band

Some days are hard
But they will get better
You are so small and we’re learning together

You in my arms our love tried and true
All you need to know is that I sure love you

Ski jumpy nose and sausagey fingers
Crocodile tears and a stare that sure lingers
Dinner roll feet and dimply hands
Who knew that such love in my heart would land

This song tumbled out on the way home from the park one day. I had been talking with a friend about motherhood and the juggling and our
creative hungry souls.
— Angie Who

Let’s Take a Walk

Let’s take a walk Dum da dee dum
Hand in hand Dum da dee dum
Let’s take a walk
Out in the sun

We can go high
We can go low
We can go wherever you want to go
Valley so deep River so wide
Wherever you go
I’ll be there by your side

When I was really little my mum would sing the first part of this song to me, she made it up and I completed it for this album so she would know it meant a lot to me.
— Angie Who & Mum

Heart of Mine

Well the sky is blue
Oh the sky it is blue
Then sometimes it is grey
And the sun it shines
Oh the sun yes it shines
Sometimes it hides away

And I love you dear
When the sun is near
And when the sky is grey
Oh love of mine
Oh heart of mine
I love you all the time

Where the dirt is red
Where the dirt is red
The brightest flowers grow
When it’s time for bed
My sleepy head
Will rest on my pillow

I came up with this song on a cloudy day, my baby boy was fresh out of the bath looking up at me with his blue eyes and I was feeling all the feelings.
— Angie Who

Sailing Song

Sailing sailing into the gleaming sun
Sailing sailing in a little boat for one
Sailing sailing wherever the wind may blow
Sailing sailing up and down we go

Sailing sailing over the ocean blue
Sailing sailing in a little boat for two
Sailing sailing under a starry sky
Sailing sailing into the darkest night

Sailing sailing enjoying the ocean breeze
Sailing sailing in a little boat for three
Sailing sailing over a bumpy sea
Sailing sailing I love your company

A song born at the dinner table trying to get a baby to eat her dinner.
— Anie Who

Skip to My Lou

Lou lou skip to my Lou,
Lou lou skip to my Lou,
Lou lou skip to my Lou,
Skip to my Lou my darlin'

Fly's in the buttermilk Shoo fly shoo
Fly's in the buttermilk Shoo fly shoo
Fly's in the buttermilk Shoo fly shoo
Skip to my Lou my darlin'

Cows in the cornfield What'll I do?
Cows in the cornfield What'll I do?
Cows in the cornfield What'll I do?
Skip to my Lou my darlin'

Monday Tuesday Skip to my lou
Wednesday Thursday Skip to my lou
Friday Saturday Sunday too
Skip to my lou my darling


Running & Jumping

Running and jumping
Running and jumping
Through the fields
Here we go
And where we’ll stop
Well we don’t know

Grass, rivers, open spaces
Mud, dancing, wind, faces
Freckles, hats, picnic places
Bush, rocks, birds, races

Blanket, basket, puffing chest
Sandwich, lemonade, apple, rest
Ants, sticks, cockatoo
Magpie, magpie, kangaroo

Cows, horses, puddles, fences
Sky, clouds, shoes and laces
Farm, trees, flowers, bugs
Home, mumma, dinner, hugs

I remember trying to play the ukulele while my Mum and I sang the words ‘Running and Jumping’ as loud as we could in the kitchen. I was probably 3 or 4. Another song i completed as a tribute to my Mum & childhood.
— Angie Who & Mum

Shortening Bread

My baby loves shortenin’ shortenin’
My baby loves shortenin’ bread

Mama's little baby loves shortenin' shortenin'
Mama's little baby loves shortenin’ bread
Mama's little baby loves shortenin' shortenin'
Mama's little baby loves shortenin' bread

Put on the skillet put on the lid
Mama's gonna make a little shortenin' bread
That ain't all mamma's gonna do
Mama's gonna make a little coffee too


There’s a Little Wheel

There’s a little wheel turning in my heart
There’s a little wheel turning in my heart
In my heart in my heart
There’s a little wheel turning in my heart

There’s a little song singing in my heart
There's a little song singing in my heart
In my heart in my heart
There’s a little song singing in my heart

There’s a little drum beating in my heart
There's a little drum beating in my heart
In my heart in my heart
There's a little drum beating in my heart

Oh I feel so very happy in my heart
Oh I feel so very happy in my heart
In my heart in my heart
Oh I feel so very happy in my heart


My Cup of Tea

Sugar and honey
You’re my honey bee
Little Bear Baby
You’re my cup of tea

And as you grow May you know
I’ll always love you Little one
And as you grow May you know
I’ll always hold you So so dear

Honey Bear Baby
You’re sugar and spice
My littlest dumpling
You’re so very nice

Sugarbird baby
You’re so very sweet
My gingerbread pudding
You’re too good to eat

Verse 1 came out of my head one day while I was noodling on a piano, the rest was harder work, but we got there!
— Angie Who

Chicken Dinner Song

When I get home I’m gonna eat my chicken
When I get home I’m gonna eat my chicken
When I get home I’m gonna eat my chicken
Eat my chicken yeah

Oh yeah Chicken chicken chicken
Oh yeah Chicken chicken chicken
When I get home I’m gonna eat my chicken
Gonna eat my chicken yeah

When I get home I’m gonna eat my tatters...

When I get home I’m gonna eat my carrots...

When I get home I’m gonna eat my peas...

When I get home I’m gonna eat my pudding...

Another dinner table song!
— Angie Who

My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean

My bonnie lies over the ocean
My bonnie lies over the sea
My bonnie lies over the ocean
Oh bring back my bonnie to me

Bring back bring back
Oh, bring back my bonnie to me to me
Bring back bring back
Oh bring back my bonnie to me

Oh blow ye winds over the ocean
Oh blow ye winds over the sea
Oh blow ye winds over the ocean
And bring back my bonnie to me

The winds have blown over the ocean
The winds have blown over the sea
The winds have blown over the ocean
And brought back my bonnie to me

This was the song that settled my daughter when
she was a baby, it was like magic.
— Angie Who

Hush Now

Hush little baby now don’t you cry
Mammas gonna sing you a lullaby
Hush little baby now don't say a word
Papa's gonna buy you a mockingbird

And if that mockingbird won't sing
Papa's gonna buy you a diamond ring
And if that diamond ring turns brass
Papa's gonna buy you a looking glass

Hush now little baby
Hush now little darlin'
Hush little baby now don’t you cry
Hush little baby say goodnight

Adapted from ‘Hush Little Baby’ (Traditional). I didn’t think it needed improving, it just happened when I was walking in the city one night.
— Angie Who

Lavender’s Blue

Lavender's blue dilly dilly Lavender's green
You shall be king dilly dilly I shall be queen
Who told you so dilly dilly Who told you so?
Was my own heart dilly dilly
That told me so

Call up your friends dilly dilly
Send them to work
Some to the plough dilly dilly Some to the fork
Some to the Field dilly dilly Some to the corn
While you and I dilly dilly
Keep ourselves warm

Lavender's blue dilly dilly Lavender's green
When you are King dilly dilly I shall be Queen
Who told you so dilly dilly Who told you so?
Was my own heart dilly dilly
That told me so

This was the song that settled baby boy in the car, every time.
— Angie Who

Pretty Little Baby

Pretty little baby I love you
Pretty little baby yes I do
Pretty little baby I love you
I love you that I do

Funny little bunny I love you
Funny little bunny yes I do
Funny little bunny I love you
I love you that I do

I love you I love you

Boogie woogie baby I love you
Diddle, diddle doobear yes I do
Sugar sugar honey I love you
I love you that I do

I love you I love you

Another ‘love you baby’ song.
— Angie Who

Land of Nod

Off we go to the land of nod
The land of nod we know
And on our way we will hush the day
And off to sleep we’ll go

Everyday there are things to do
And new things to explore
Close your eyes now and go to sleep
Tomorrow we can do some more
You are my special little mite
And I love you so
Close your eyes now and go to sleep
Off to nod we go

Written by my friend Maggie MacKenzie, for her own little one. Thank you Maggie for trusting me with your lullaby x.
— Angie Who