Wee Sing - Animal Songs Trailer

Wee Sing - Animal Songs Trailer (1996)

04 September 1996

Wee Sing Animal Songs (1996)[edit] This video features 15 clips from different Wee Sing Videos that include an animal song with each of the intervals between them featuring an animated clip of Singaling and Warbly. Soundtrack[edit] "Bingo" "Had a Little Rooster" "Little Baby Ottie" "Little Miss Muffet" "The Eensy Weensy Spider" "Do Your Ears Hang Low?" "The Old Gray Mare" "One, Two, Whale That's Blue" "Grasshoppers Three" "Little Peter Rabbit" "Frog Round" "Mary Had a Little Lamb" "I'm a Hermit Crab" "Two Little Blackbirds Sitting On a Hill" "Old MacDonald Had a Farm"

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