The Wheels on the Bus
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"The Wheels on the Bus" is an anonymous United States folk song dating to the late-20th century. It is a popular children's song, particularly among pre-teens, in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom and is often sung by children on bus trips to keep themselves amused. It has a very repetitive rhythm, making the song both easy for a large number of people to sing, in a manner similar to the song 99 Bottles of Beer. It is based on the traditional British song Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush.
Mad Donna's cover version
|"Wheels on the bus"|
|Single by Mad Donna|
|Released||4 May 2002|
|Label||Star Habour/All Around The World Disco 0202R|
Lyrics 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 day long.
More verses: The horn on the bus goes beep, beep, beep etc. The wipers on the bus go swish, swish, swish etc. The people on the bus go chatter, chatter, chatter etc. The baby on the bus goes wah, wah, wah etc. The bell on the bus goes ding, ding, ding etc.
In 2002 British Madonna impersonator "Mad Donna" had a hit with the song, featuring a version of Madonna's Ray of Light over which the classic children's song was sung. The single reached #17 in the United Kingdom and also made the charts elsewhere in Europe.
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