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Come, Let's to Bed

Come Lets to Bed

“Come Lets to Bed” also known as “To Bed, To Bed” or “Sleepy Head” is another rhyme from the traditional rhyme collection. It is very popular in the USA and Great Britain, as first published in “Traditional Nursery Songs of England with Pictures by Eminent Modern Artists” by Sir Henry Cole in 1843 and later republished in the beloved “The Little Mother Goose” in 1912.

It is a short rhyme and can be sung before eating supper, or as a lullaby.

“Come Let’s To Bed” Lyrics

To bed! To bed!
Says Sleepy-head;
Tarry awhile, says Slow;
Put on the pan,
Says Greedy Nan;
We’ll sup before we go.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ's) based on “Come Let’s To Bed”

Answer : This rhyme was written by Geoffrey Chaucer.

Answer : This rhyme was written in English language.

Answer : This rhyme was firstly published in “Traditional Nursery Songs of England with Pictures by Eminent Modern Artists” by Sir Henry Cole.

Answer : The rhyme was published in 1843.

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