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Ringa Ringa Roses

What Is the Story Behind Ringa Ringa Roses?

An English folksong and singing game called "Ring a Ring a Roses”—more popularly known as "Ring Around the Rosie" in the United States—was originally released in 1881. It is thought that the song's melody was well-known at least a century before it was first written, even though it wasn't until 1881. There was a German singing game and nursery rhyme published in the eighteenth century that was quite similar. 

What Is the Nursery Rhyme Ring-A-Ring a Roses?

Ring-a-ring o' roses,

A pocket full of posies,

A-tishoo! A-tishoo!

We all fall down


Fishes in the water,

Fishes in the sea,

We all jump up,

with a 1, 2, 3!

Summary of Poem Ringa Ringa Roses

An easy-to-learn singing game that is quite popular is Ring a Ring a Roses lyrics. Ringa Ringa roses is also its Indian version name that ends with different words “Husha Busha” instead of "Ashes Ashes". Ringa Ringa Roses rhyme about the young playing kids with their friends, holding hands and moving in a circle until they fall or get up after each stanza. The song has numerous well-known versions, and it may be done in a variety of ways by simply jumping up or bending down.

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