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Pop Goes The Weasel - The Michael Sammes Singers* , With The Westminster Concert Orchestra* , Conducted By Burt Rhodes - Cinderella And Fifteen Favourite Childrens Songs (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Pop Goes the Weasel is a popular children's song that was originally written in In the Barney franchise, it first appeared in "Barney in Concert".Lyrics All around the mulberry bush The monkey chased the weasel The monkey thought 'twas all in fun.
  2. Pop! Goes the weasel. A penny for a spool of thread A penny for a needle, That's the way the money goes, Pop! Goes the weasel. A half a pound of tupenny rice, A half a pound of treacle. Mix it up and make it nice, Pop! Goes the weasel. Up and down the London road, In and out of the Eagle, That's the way the money goes, Pop! Goes the weasel.
  3. Listen to albums and songs from Pop! goes the weasel. Join Napster and access full-length songs on your phone, computer or home audio device.
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  5. The Michael Sammes Singers*, With The Westminster Concert Orchestra*, Conducted By Burt Rhodes: The Michael Sammes Singers*, With The Westminster Concert Orchestra*, Conducted By Burt Rhodes - Cinderella And Fifteen Favourite Children's Songs ‎ (10", Album, Mono, Club) Children's Record Guild Of Australia, World Record Club: JD 1.
  6. “Pop Goes the Weasel” is a nursery rhyme originating in England. It is one of the more popular singing games. Although the first written records of the song date back to the mid 19th century, it is believed that the origins of the song go back to the 18th century England.
  7. 7" Single on 45cat: The Westminster Concert Orchestra With The Michael Sammes Singers - 15 Favourite Children's Songs - HMV Junior Record Club - UK.

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