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Do you remember ‘I’m a little teapot’, ‘Baa Baa Black sheep’ and The Hokey Pokey!
Your Nursery school songs from as far as 1939 are now back with a bhang! to give you that nostalgic feeling and fresh exiting memories.
Kids on holiday can also get the same taste as a reminder but to learn more about the songs in different renditions and languages.
Pay Tv, StarTimes has lined up the fun-filled series of songs that will play at random intervals through out the day all day long over the August holiday.
Sit back and enjoy BabyTV’s brand new collection of songs and rhymes from around the world!

Best of August
You will learn how to say hello in over 10 different languages with the brand new Hello Song, as well as singing along with classics.
‘I’m a little teapot’ is an American song describing the heating and pouring of a teapot or a whistling tea kettle which also has a spout but would be used to pour hot water onto tea bags or atea ball filled with loose tea leaves.
The song was originally written by George Harold Sanders and Clarence Z. Kelley and published in 1939
Tune in to Baby Tv for more insights.

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