First 50 Kid's Songs You Should Play on Ukulele

First 50 Kid's Songs You Should Play on Ukulele

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When kids start to play the ukulele, they want to start playing their favorite songs as soon as possible! This collection features 50 songs for children who are ready to step into songbooks, with melody, lyrics, and chord diagrams. Includes: Baby Shark · Bob the Builder (Main Title) · Do-Re-Mi · Dora the Explorer Theme Song · Eensy Weensy Spider · How Far I'll Go · If You're Happy and You Know It · A Million Dreams · On Top of Spaghetti · Puff the Magic Dragon · Sesame Street Theme · SpongeBob SquarePants Theme Song · Warm Kitty · You Are My Sunshine · and more.



1. I Just Can't Wait To Be King

2. Animal Crackers In My Soup

3. This old man

4. Happiness

5. Tomorrow

6. Don't Give Up

7. Take Me Out to the Ball Game

8. Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star

9. Bingo

10. Any Dream Will Do

11. If You'Re Happy And You Know It

12. Row, Row, Row Your Boat

13. Bob The Builder (Main Title)

14. Somewhere Out There

15. SpongeBob SquarePants Theme Song

16. Dora The Explorer Theme Song

17. Old MacDonald

18. The Wheels On The Bus

19. 'C' Is For Cookie

20. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

21. Castle On A Cloud

22. Hush, Little Baby

23. More We Get Together

24. Dites-Moi (Tell Me Why)

25. Do-re-mi

26. Eensy Weensy Spider

27. Naughty

28. When I Grow Up

29. Everything Is Awesome (Awesome Remixx!!!)

30. Warm Kitty

31. Bananas In Pyjamas

32. How Far I'll Go

33. A Million Dreams

34. I Don't Know My Name

35. Hot Dog!

36. Un Poco Loco

37. Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone

38. Baby Shark

39. Here We Go Looby Loo

40. How Much Is That Doggie In The Window

41. Let's Go Fly A Kite

42. Never smile at a crocodile

43. On Top Of Spaghetti

44. Puff The Magic Dragon

45. Rubber Duckie

46. Sesame Street Theme

47. Singin' in the rain

48. A Spoonful Of Sugar

49. The Unicorn

50. You are My Sunshine

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