Nursery Rhymes - Muffin Man - Mother Goose Club

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Watch Clap Your Hands! *******youtu.be/aeZOXbHd5og Buy the award-winning DVD :) *******www.mothergooseclub****/store.php Visit our ad-free website, *******www.mothergooseclub****, for exciting songs, videos, narrated nursery rhymes, and printable coloring pages. Come join the club! Check out our multiple award-winning DVD: *******www.mothergooseclub****/store.php Subscribe! *******www.youtube****/subscription_center?add_user=sockeyemedia Join us on Facebook: *******www.facebook****/mothergooseclub Follow us on Twitter: *******twitter****/#!/mothergooseclub Watch more videos on our channel: *******www.youtube****/user/SockeyeMedia Buy our nursery rhyme songs: *******www.amazon****/gp/product/B004YCO5OM/ *******www.amazon****/gp/product/B004YCOWJK/ Download a printable coloring page for Muffin Man (just click print): *******www.mothergooseclub****/rhymes.php?cat=favorites&id=122 Listen to a narration of Muffin Man: *******www.mothergooseclub****/rhymes.php?cat=favorites&id=122 A big thanks to all of our fans out there big and small! "Muffin Man" Lyrics: Oh, do you know the Muffin Man? The Muffin Man, the Muffin Man. Oh, do you know the Muffin Man, That lives in Drury Lane? Oh, yes, I know the Muffin Man. The Muffin Man, the Muffin Man. Oh, yes, I know the Muffin Man, That lives in Drury Lane. Historical Background The first known publication of "Do You Know the Muffin Man" was printed in an 1820 British manuscript, preserved in the Bodleian Library, the main research library at the University of Oxford. Famous for the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, "Drury Lane" is an actual street in London. The "Muffin Man" in the rhyme presumably alludes to a muffin man who delivered muffins door-to-door, much like a milk man delivering milk in America. During the mid-nineteenth century, the rhyme gained immense popularity, primarily in America and the Netherlands.
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