The Wheels on the Bus


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Hello friends!

In this nursery rhyme video Wally and Weezy sing the classic nursery rhyme The Wheels on the Bus so that their friend won’t be scared of the bus anymore! Their young friend has never been on a bus and to him the bus looks big and scary. Wally and Weezy fly to the bus stop to assure their friend that the bus is a friendly form of transportation. They sing The Wheels on the Bus… go round and round and by the end of the song they manage to convince him that the bus is a good thing and is not scary at all.

The Wheels on the Bus Lyrics


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Verse 1:

The wheels on the bus go round and round,
round and round,
round and round.
The wheels on the bus go round and round all through the town.

Verse 2:

The driver on the bus says “move on back,
move on back,
move on back.”
The driver on the bus says “move on back” all through the town.

Verse 3:

The people on the bus go up and down,
up and down,
up and down.
The people on the bus go up and down all through the town.

Verse 4:

The horn on the bus goes beep, beep, beep,
beep, beep, beep,
beep, beep, beep.
The horn on the bus goes beep, beep, beep all through the town.

Verse 5:

The babies on the bus go ”whaa, whaa, whaa,
whaa, whaa, whaa,”
whaa, whaa, whaa.”
The baby on the bus goes ”whaa, whaa, whaa” all through the town.

Verse 6:

The mommies on the bus go “shhh shhh shhh,”
“shhh shhh shhh,”
“shhh shhh shhh.”
The mommies on the bus go “shhh shhh shhh” all through the town.

Verse 7:

The grandpa on the bus falls fast asleep,
fast asleep,
fast asleep.
The grandpa on the bus falls fast asleep all through the town.

Verse 8:

The people on the bus they wave goodbye,
wave goodbye,
wave goodbye.
The people on the bus they wave goodbye all through the town.

Thank you so much for helping us sing The Wheels on the Bus!

The Wheels on the Bus History


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The Wheels on the Bus is an American nursery rhyme that was first published in 1939 and credited to Verna Hills of Boston, Massachusetts. Since it was first published it has become a popular and enduring children’s song for many children throughout the English speaking world. However, with social media platforms such as YouTube it has gone on to be enjoyed by children in multiple languages in countries all over the world.


According to Wikipedia, The Wheels on the Bus was first published in volume 25 of American Childhood  from Milton Bradley.

It is believed that the Wheels on the Bus was written to keep children entertained as they rode on buses at a time when the use of buses, including school buses was becoming more and more common.

The Wheels on the Bus is melodically and structurally almost identical to the British nursery rhyme Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush. However, the lyrics are completely different and a much better use of the repeating structure. The lyrics typically describe the motion of the bus’s wheels, then it’s wipers, followed by the sound of the horn, before describing the motion of the people bouncing up and down as they ride on the bus. Over the years more verses have been added including a baby crying and its mother attempting to calm it down.

The Wheels on the Bus is one of Wally and Weezy’s favorite nursery rhymes of all time and so they had a ton of fun creating their own version and accompanying video.