Minimalist interpretation. The earliest recorded version of the rhyme is in Tommy Thumb's Pretty Song Book, published in London about 1744, which uses the opening line: 'Hickere, Dickere Dock'.
Minimalist interpretation. First published in 1744, this is a well-known traditional nursery rhyme and singing game, which is found in different versions all over the world.
Funny, light-hearted, goofy, plodding along, humorous tune.
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Smooth pop folk groove. Nostalgic, relaxed and thoughtful.
Very light and summery melody. Joyous and sunny.
Easy going chill-out song. Short track. Very light and joyful.
Classical style arrangement with piano, flute, oboe, brass and strings. Very soft, romantic and nostalgic.
Smooth melodic jazz piece. It takes you somewhere in Paris. Electric guitar, keyboard, vibraphone and soft drums. Elegant, optimistic, romantic.
Simple and mellow solo piano. Smooth, warm, happy and hopeful mood. Light melody goes progressively to climax.
Light piano, acoustic guitar. Soothing and sensual. Very light, soft and romantic.
Acoustic guitars, bass, shaker. Reflective, thoughtful, relaxing.
Uplifting and heartfelt track with delayed piano and acoustic guitars. Positive and melancholic.
PBM 72 Uplifting, inspiring, sweet piano and acoustic guitar. Strings also help brighten the mood. Motivating, introspective, reflective.
Reflective acoustic guitar. Longing, pensive, nostalgic. Very soft and touching.
Acoustic guitars with percussion and light string accompaniment. Reflective and nostalgic.
Folk-pop song played on acoustic guitar. Very neat and natural recording. Warm feeling, relaxing and nostalgic.