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Hot Cross buns

Hot Cross Buns is a popular poem traditionally sung on Easter Sunday in many cultures. It tells the story of a baker who wakes up at midnight to bake hot cross buns for the Easter holiday. 

 

Hot cross buns.

Hot cross buns.

One a penny, two a penny.

Hot cross buns.

Hot cross buns.

Hot cross buns.

One a penny, two a penny.

Hot cross buns.

Give them to your daughters.

Give them to your sons.

One a penny, two a penny.

Hot cross buns.

Hot cross buns.

Hot cross buns.

One a penny, two a penny.

Hot cross buns.

Hot cross buns.

Hot cross buns.

One a penny, two a penny.

Hot cross buns.

Give them to your daughters.

Give them to your sons.

One a penny, two a penny.

Hot cross buns.

History of the Poem

This simple and familiar nursery rhyme is often associated with a popular spiced bun, known as a "hot cross bun," which is traditionally eaten on Good Friday. The song's lyrics have been passed down through generations and are often sung in reference to the delicious treat. The poem also describes the different flavors and spices used in the recipe. The poem is often accompanied by traditional British and American Easter eggs, as they are usually cooked together in the oven. The tradition of hot cross buns has been an important part of Easter celebrations for centuries, and continues to be a beloved symbol of the holiday.

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