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20 Favorite Toddler Tunes

Franklin Kids

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1.1
Wheels on the Bus
Franklin Kids
1:39
1.2
Alphabet Song
Franklin Kids
1:18
1.3
Itsy Bitsy Spider
Franklin Kids
0:58
1.4
Old Mac Donald Had a Farm
Franklin Kids
2:19
1.5
Row Row Row Your Boat
Franklin Kids
1:20
1.6
Farmer in the Dell
Franklin Kids
2:47
1.7
This Old Man
Franklin Kids
2:18
1.8
Head and Shoulders Knees and Toes
Franklin Kids
2:07
1.9
I've Been Working on the Railroad
Franklin Kids
1:43
1.10
Pop Goes the Weasel
Franklin Kids
1:16
1.11
Be Kind to Your Web Footed Friends
Franklin Kids
1:49
1.12
B-I-n-G-O
Franklin Kids
1:54
1.13
Boom Boom Ain't It Great to Be Crazy
Franklin Kids
1:35
1.14
It's Raining It's Pouring
Franklin Kids
0:51
1.15
John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt
Franklin Kids
0:53
1.16
Yankee Doodle Dandy
Franklin Kids
1:51
1.17
Mary Had a Little Lamb
Franklin Kids
1:02
1.18
The Bear Went over the Mountain
Franklin Kids
1:42
1.19
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
Franklin Kids
1:55
1.20
The Ants Go Marching
Franklin Kids
3:47
Total Playing Time    35:04
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