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Old 11-27-2017, 11:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Help identify an old children song by melody

This is an old children song, I think from the 60's.
The beginning roughly goes like this:

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Please help identify...
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Default "Old (childern song)"

As opposed to "(Old children) song"
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This is an old children song, I think from the 60's.
The beginning roughly goes like this:

(I'm not allowed to post URLs, so I inserted spaces inside)
http: // thetruthiswrong.com/tmp/Song.mp3

Please help identify...
^ Here's your song as a one-click link:-

http://thetruthiswrong.com/tmp/Song.mp3

Someone might recognize it, but not me.

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Old children?
^ I think "an old children's song" would be clear and acceptable, right? Otherwise you'd have to go for "an old song for children" I guess, because "a children's old song" doesn't sound right at all.
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^ I think "an old children's song" would be clear and acceptable, right? Otherwise you'd have to go for "an old song for children" I guess, because "a children's old song" doesn't sound right at all.
I prefer to think of it as a song for old children.
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^ Haha! Yes, I guess "old children" doesn't have to be as contradictory as it sounds at first. It also allows for the possibility of "young geriatrics," which is my planned self-image for the coming decades.
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