English rhymes from alphabet G

Goosey, Goosey Gander
Goosey Goosey Gander

It is a well known traditional rhyme dating back to the late 18th century, still in circulation although perhaps losing some favors.

girls and boys come out to play
Girls and Boys Come Out To Play

It is one of the truly historical nursery rhymes dealing with child poverty and child labor. It refers to the time when most children had to work "Those who would eat must work" and there was little time for play.

Georgie Porgie
Georgie Porgie

It is a popular traditional rhyme, but it is still popular. It is used in many preschools in UK and the USA. The origins of the lyrics to "Georgie Porgie" are English and refer to the courtier George Villiers.