The Wheels on the Bus

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"The Wheels on the Bus" is an anonymous United States[citation needed] 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[edit]

"Wheels on the bus"
Single by Mad Donna
Released 4 May 2002
Format CD single
Length 2:25
Label Star Habour/All Around The World Disco 0202R

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.[1]

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