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nicky nacky nocky noo lyrics

nicky nacky nocky noo lyrics

Nose Dropper (touch nose) My kids grandpa always said Nose Dropper (nose) They’ll be fascinated to learn it’s of German origin. For some reason none of my audiobooks were showing up on my iPod during a recent car trip and I wanted to fix that. Head Boiler, Head Boiler wot is dis here Vas is dis? Sweaty box (forehead) Rubber necker What have I here? Food grinder, soup strainer, Trad. Rubber Necker knocks on the door Do other people sing it or say it like a rhyme? and then giddy giddy giddy while tickling. Hip Bouncer I recall learning this in the 60s in an elementary school with students of central European descent. Reading all the different versions all so similar is fascinating, but my granddad’s specific take on it isn’t quite here, so I’ll add it: Fore Bumper Then tickle them under the chin. Eye winker Das vat ve learned in da American school. My hand on my mouth, Head of hair (back to hair again) Tom blinker, This is my food grinder God gave to me mouth chomper Mouth Eater(point to mouth) That’s what we learned in the school,mommy. Ass kicker Head acher Eyeblinker- touch eyes Das ist mein [———], My Teacher Dear … brain box and willy willy woo soup strainer Vas ist das, my son Sweat boxer, top-notcher, Mouth eater (touch mouth) Vos is dis my son, vos is dis, vos is this, this is my That’s what they taught me when I went to school, continues in the same vein with Nicky nacky nocky noo. (Tickle under chin). Eye winker Thank you so much for all the time and effort here….BRAVO!… the internet….I write & illustrate children’s stories…..some years ago I was totally captivated by my nephew at 4 years ….he would add ‘Nicky Nocky Noo’ on to the end of everything he said…..’i just drank a glass of milk… nicky nocky noo’….’I am going to play outside …nicky nocky noo’….’i am going to bed now…nicky nocky noo’…..etc etc…..I couldn’t work out why?…but at the same time it was also familar to me somehow…..after reading all these absolutely wonderful accounts here…..I am embarrassed to say that my family sang a version of this rhyme to me and my siblings…..I had forgotten the details….but the rhythm of my nephew’s ‘nicky nocky noo’ was firmly programmed into my memory bank……and now thanks to you all I have started to piece together my childhood memory of this sweet little ditty. repeat with actions for each body part eg. Nose smeller yah! let me know what else people are saying and if there are any more lyrics to the verses that I don’t know about. bread basket And peep in, (lift eyelids) I grew up watching my mom do this to us children and then passed it onto my children and grandchildren. I learnt this in elementary school and made the mistake of singing it tonight and forgot the word part the way through. Tinkerboxer that is my sweat maker my teacher dear… Top-notcher, top-notcher, Nose blower When I went to School, I learned this song from my father, who had parents of German ancestry. My hand on my heart and what is this here Moutheater (tapping lips) dis is my noo-noggin (point to head) my version is so totally different, it has been passed down… fore bumper, (forehead) eye winker, tom tinker (eyes) nose smeller, cheek cherry, cheek cherry, mouth eater chin gully gully. chest protector a goolie, a goolie, a goolie while tickling the tummy…. Girl scouter=eyes I remember my dad and my uncles, when they had a few too many at family gatherings, sing a slightly naughty, but harmless, version. Milk shaker nose dropper I was just singing this with my 10 year olds and they wanted me to look it up on the net. The words are almost the same except when it came to the ‘bottom’, we used to turn around, point to our bottom and sing, All the way down with… My Mama dear (and two which i made up myself ‘ear listener’ ‘hand waver’. Eye winker (point to eye) This is what I learned in school, Ya Ya. Air blower, apple knocker, The version I learned from my father and have passed on to my own children is as follows: Forebumper (tuch the forehead) Thanks for the cultural history lesson, Daddy! What have I here? Dickey, dickey doo Thanks for this thread! brain thinker Tom tinker GOBBLE GOOBLE GOBBLE. Then the song continues with: I point to myself, what is this here? If you’ve ever read or seen Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”, Mercutio (sp?) We were eight years old and had no idea that the song might be mocking a German accent or the process of the child of a German immigrant learning English. nose dropper…..touching their nose Cheek Cheater Oh momma dear Here’s where the cat sits (tap top of forehead twice) chest protector Chip Chopper Nose Beeper (nose… like the horn, I suppose?) Hands on myself …thats what they taught me when I went to school. Our version was slightly different: knee bender That’s what I learned in the school. and gettichy gettichy goo, This was said to me as a child, and I have said it to all my baby nieces and nephews (by the way I am from WV), Head bumper knee knockers. While playing with Grandchildren or other small friends, would take her fingers moving slowly and saying: I recall my family’s version as… “Put your hands on my shoulders and vas is das here, this my tinkerboxer oh mama dear! Giddy-giddy-giddy!! That’s what I learned from school today. That’s what I learned in my school, ya ya! Forehead bare, eye winker When I went to school. That’s what I learned at the school. what a lot of different variations! Nosedropper Dickey, dickey doo foot stomper, Mine goes; Air blower (chest) We also had a rhyme in my family that I now do with my little ones it goes… Sweet-cheek, sour-cheek Knee knocker Here sits the hen, (left cheek) nose dropper, (down the nose) Headknocker, headknocker, nik nik nik new Headacher (touch the forehead) I was just doing this before changing my 3 month old daughter and wanted to know if there were other verses/how it originated. Waist spinner, chin wagger, head thinker, Nicky Nacky Nocky Noo That's what they teach me at my pirate school Hands on my knees. Eye Peepers Head-achy _____________________ 6. As this is my first Father’s Day since my father passed away back in October, I thought I’d post a favorite memory of him. And the parts we use are as follows: Nose Sniffer chin-chopper a$$ kicker (foot). Vat is dis? Our family always did: bull thrower nicky nacky nocky noo (and then you go on with) Nose blower (pull nose) Foot stomper My Mama dear I found this one in a book of old nursery rhymes: BROW brinky, Inky Dinky Doo Songs list of album: Nicky Nacky Nocky Noo (2006) Title Rating; 01: That's the Life for Me lyrics -02: Der Gloomph lyrics -03: B-I-N-G-O lyrics -04: Magalina Hagalina lyrics -05 Nicky Nacky Nocky Noo lyrics : 4.50: 06: Wooby Wooby Yum lyrics -07: Hokey Pokey lyrics -08: O Little Ant/The Ants Go Marching lyrics -09: 5 Green Grublets lyrics -10 ding ding ding do What I learned at the camp so many years ago Lips merry Soup Strainer (under nose) Kids generally start to tuck they chin and laugh about the time you get to the lips. My dad and Grandma used to sing this to me when I was a little girl. Our version did not have a German accent and we called it “Inka Dinka Doo”. Ooo, while typing this I just remembered the name of the album. And walk in. Mouth Eater This is my Foot Stomper Hat-wrecker, hat-wrecker, doodly-doo (with a twirly gesture at my head) Food chewer Nicky nacky nocky noo That’s what I learned at this camp yeah yeah. Fab. Mouth eater My Mama dear What is this, mommy dear? Mouth Eater (touch the mouth) point to each body part as you sing: With my hands on my hips, Hi all, Hands on my Side, chin chopper Giddy, Giddy, Giddy! This is one reason I love the internet! Sweat boxer, top-notcher, It’s cool to find out it’s still around isn’t it? That’s what I learned in my school. Nose Dropper This is my sweat boxer, Eye winker Peep in (pretend to peep into their eyes) Forehead, right eye, left eye, nose, mouth, chin, and tickle from chin to belly. That’s what we learned in the school house. Foot stomper, knee bender, bread basket [for tummy], hand toucher, chin chomper, mouth taster, nose smeller, ear listener, eye looker, head thinker, (point to nose) knee Bender What is thus here foot slogger (foot) What have I here? This is my (chin-chopper) …jolly good cheer – So while I was in iTunes, I randomly clicked on an audiobook, which just happened to be MADE IN AMERICA by Bill Bryson. Tom Tinker Here’s where the cat sits (between eyebrows) there’s where he falls, (slides down nose). giddy, giddy, giddy Nose-smeller (touch nose) Mouth Eater (touch the mouth) was not having that. bread basket this is my top notcher my momma drear\top knotcher inky dinky do thats what i learned at the school nick-nick-nick-noo I have also heard it with snot locker/ schnotlocker for the nose. Nose smeller (point to nose) Giddy, giddy, giddy (tickle under chin). My brother in law sang this song. The tune I know is in quick waltz time, maybe even 6/8. I sang it at Christian summer camps as a kid but only remembered pieces of the song … so I googled it using the few phrases I remembered. !……thank you! Boom! I don’t think she ever sang a song with it. Gully gully gully…. Das is my head tinker, ya mamma dear. Eye blinker, With each body part, you’d put your hands on that part, and with each verse, as the list of parts grew ever longer, you’d have to point/touch faster and faster, with barely enough time to say the words. chest protector (chest) This is my DIGNITY head knocker Gilly Golly! Label: Wanaaring Road Music - 9 323078 007995 • Format: CD Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock, Children's • Style: Acoustic This is the kiss maker my darlin, my dear Fort Knocker Chin Chomper Tommy tinker nosedropper nose blower Eye winker (right eye) tom tinker (left eye) nose smeller, mouth water, chin chomper and a gully gully gully (tickle under chin with index finger side of knuckle). The Wiggles - The Wiggles: Here Comes the Big Red Car (The Wiggles: Here Comes the Big Red Car) Album Lyrics; 1. 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Wiggles - Nicky Nacky Nocky Noo Lyrics YouTube Nicky Nacky Nocky Noo - Duration: 1:54. hey dee ho educational services 1,205 views Brain boxer nose blower Breadbasket yah! yah! Vas ist my head Milk shaker Eyewinker (touch the eye) nose drop (touch nose) (LAST VERSE) My hand on myself, what’s this right here, this is my boy kicker or girl kicker (toes/ foot), my Mama dear. chin chopper snitch-wiper Nicky nacky nocky noo (tickling over the firead to the back of the neck!! Snot blower Forehead thumper, eye winker, tom tinker, nose dropper, mouth eater, chin chopper, and a long white gitchy-gitchy-goo. I remember that it was called “The Immigrant Song”. Nicky & Ruby xxx Chest Protector (chest) hip-swingers We do this song all the time in Canada with our Girl Guides!!! Nose Smeller Head knocker, head knocker, nicky nicky noo, woo woo! Chin chopper (chin) Eyeblinker (lightly touching right eyelid under brow) All seems very familiar except the nika nika part. I’m really glad some people remember the old songs. We’d point to the parts of the face as we were saying it. The version I remember when I was a child is: Hands on myself Chin Chopper I asked my Mom, vot I got here. Actually, there are 2 different versions. Eyeblinker, headknocker, nik nik nik new This is my tree topper, yes mother dear This is my brain boxer my teacher dear Knee knocker=knee (tickle attack to the neck), Wow! (tickling under the chin) That’s what I learned in the school Dast vat we learned in the Schule haus. Ear acher, We learned headacher, eye-winker, nose dropper, bread eater, chin chopper, gully gully gully and got a tickle on the neck. Peep in! This is my brain boxer yeah momma dear. Makes the world a little more connected seeing how many people know this tune. eye blinker Fascinating! Mouth eater. nose blower chin chopper Air breather(lungs) lip lily A boutique for little ones... Keeping your tiny tots looking tip-top in the most innovative designs on the market. (Continue on with: Nose blower Gully gullet (neck) Nose blower Chin-chopper All the great songs and lyrics from the "Dorothy the Dinosaur's Travelling Show!" Boy kicker=foot, F’ard (forehead) washer (slap thighs), My hand on my foot, Brown Girl in the Ring Lyrics: 2. I grew up with this song also, my dad (now 65) learned it in a summer camp in the DC area. But that is what it may have been. Here sits the Lord Mayor, (touching forehead) Chin-Chopper, Chin-Chopper, Chin-Chopper! Tom tinker Nose Dropper Pandeben, øjensten, næsetip, mundelæp, hagefip, killikillivavvav! I have no idea where I heard this, but I did it to my kids when they were babies, and now to their children. here’s where the cat sits, (head) nicky nacky nocky nok Inky Dinky Doo Gully gully gully…. 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