Illustrated Rhymes for Nursery Kids: Baa, Baa Black Sheep and Other Rhymes
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Oh wait of course Jana is the one who makes all her songs special. Thanks so much Jana. I love this song it is a wonderful song my g. This is amazing- — — — — not!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Home Storynory. Yes sir, yes sir Three bags full.. Leave a reply Cancel comment Did you like this story?
Please write in English. Comments are moderated. Lovely singing by Jana! I feel little once again.. From Nobody. Hooray 2nd comment!! Annabel congrats for your 1st comment… Yours gratefully, Nobody. Something tells me Jana is a bit of black sheep herself.
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The rhyme was first printed in Tommy Thumb's Pretty Song Book , the oldest surviving collection of English language nursery rhymes, published c. Bah, Bah, a black Sheep, Have you any wool?
Yes merry have I, Three bags full, Two for my master, One for my dame, None for the little boy That cries in the lane. In the next surviving printing, in Mother Goose's Melody c. A controversy emerged over changing the language of "Baa Baa Black Sheep" in Britain from , because, it was alleged in the popular press, it was seen as racially dubious. This was based only on a rewriting of the rhyme in one private nursery as an exercise for the children there and not on any local government policy. In , there was reportedly a similar controversy in the Australian state of Victoria.
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The phrase "yes sir, yes sir, three bags full sir" has been used to describe any obsequious or craven subordinate. It is attested from , and originally was common in the British Royal Navy.
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The rhyme has often been raised in literature and popular culture. Rudyard Kipling used the rhyme as the title of a semi-autobiographical short story he wrote in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Baa, Baa, Black Sheep disambiguation. Baa, Baa, Blacksheep. Children's literature portal.
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