Oh ah, want a piece of pie, clapping song correct lyrics?

So this just popped in my head and no where online has the version I'm trying to recall. I know there's a million lyrics to the same tune, but is anyone familiar with this version?

Abc, easy as 123, so simple as

Oh ah, want a piece of pie

Pie to sweet want a piece of meat

Meat too tough, wanna ride the bus

Bus too full, wanna ride a bull

Bull to black, want my money back

Money too green (some times money not clean), want a jellybean

Jellybean to red, want to go to bed

Bed not made, want some lemonade

Lemonade too sour

Now I have the power to close my eyes and count to ten, who ever does wrong starts over again.

And then you count to 10 hopefully without messing up the clapping rhythm and the clapping game is over.

This feels like the lite version compared to other search results.

2 Answers

  • This is the version everyone sang when I was in elementary school. It's called the ABC Game. 

    ABC, as easy as 1, 2, 3,

    My mama takes care of me,

    My daddy watches MTV (the kids at my school may have sang "my/may  daddy says do, re, me" but I cannot remember)

    Ooh ah, I wanna piece of pie,

    Pie too sweet,

    I wanna piece of meat,

    Meat too tough,

    I wanna ride a bus,

    Bus too full,

    I wanna ride a bull,

    Bull too black,

    I want my money back,

    Money back too green,

    I wanna jelly bean,

    Jelly bean not cooked,

    I wanna read a book,

    Book not read,

    I wanna go to bed,

    Bed not made

    I wanna lemonade

    Lemonade too sour

    I wanna take a shower

    Shower too cool

    I wanna go to school,

    School too dumb

    I wanna suck my thumb,

    Thumb too dirty,

    I wanna ride a birdie,

    Birdie too slow

    And that's all I know,

    So close your eyes

    And count to ten,

    Whoever messes up

    Starts over again.

    1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10!

  • Kenny
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Sounds like a jump rope cadence .

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