"London Bridge is Falling Down" is a traditional Nursery Rhyme and Children's Song. The Song has many variations in different parts of the world, but in general it is about different methods of trying to repair London Bridge. The lyrics of the song may have an historical origin where various bridges across the River Thames have suffered damage and had to be repaired. The song is sometimes sung as part of a children's game or dance where one couple form an arch under which other children pass. This type of dance movement is a component of several children's dances or games. The phrase "My Fair Lady" is the last line of every verse, and this was used as the title of musical based on George Bernard Shaw's "Pygmalion". The melody for this song was used in the film "Halloween 3" whose plot hypnotised children with an advert featuring a fast version of this melody with the lyrics "Hurry Up with Halloween". Sheet music, Midi and Mp3 files for this song can be downloaded using the links in the left-hand menu.
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