Das is my head knocker, my mama dear. Eye winker, Boom! That’s what I learned in my school. Head bumper, gully gully gully goo, Eye winker(point to one eye lid) Fort Knocker My Mama dear With my hand on my shoulder and vas-ish-star-sheer, And so on….. Ours was: knee bender (knee) Louse bed (head) Brain thinker, nickie nickie do (point) My mom would say: Head thinker head thinker Sweat Brower wis my hand on myself Mouth Eater (touch the mouth) on Wednesday, January 17th, 2007 at 12:39 pm and is filed under Australia, Countries & Cultures, English, Finger Plays, Languages, Nursery Rhymes, Questions, Readers Questions, United Kingdom, USA. chin chopper, There is a version above which is about the same as mine. Knee Bender -Knee I can’t remember all of it but he sang… this is my chest protector yes Polly dear… that’s what I learned in bud school! Mouth eater Here’s where the kitty sits(point to top of forehead) .[etc. This is my eye blinkers God gave to me at last now i can sing it to myself at work, without too many mistakes. eye-peeper (Brow) Sveat-maker Do other people sing it or say it like a rhyme? Mouth Eater *taps mouth Put my hand on myself, what have I here? With my hands on my head, What have we here? That’s what I learned in my school. This is my May thinker my teacher dear. This is my food grinder God gave to me Tommy tinker. Head bumper, I remember toe touched, knee knocker bread basket chin chopper boy kisser nose blower eye peeper headknocker… maybe I should text Mom and my sisters! smelly-boxer Boy kicker, shin slider, knee knocker, lap sitter, bread basket, crumb catcher, rubber necker, chin chopper, boy kisser, soup strainer, nose blower, eye blinker, think boxer, top notcher, rinky a dinky do, that’s what I learned in my school. Of course this is always best if there is more than one child, not knowing who is gonna get their gully whopper tickled is always fun for all!! Eye-winky (then tickle and say “get that little girl). Hey everyone above us, we too were looking for the lyrics to this song and had great enjoyment seeing all the different variations. What have I here? Mouth eater Dickey, dickey doo This is the version my great aunt taught me. Head thinker head thinker das ist der rule, Cookie duster knee bender Knee knocker Food grinder, soup strainer, That’s what I learned from school today. 3. Germany till now. nose blower (nose) thats the tune. These are the body parts I say: Off to google, which brings me here. The Wiggles - Here Comes the Big Red Car Album Lyrics; 1. (slap thighs), My hand on my chest, mouth eater-touch mouth dat’s vat ve learnt in de school, ya ya. My Grandmother was from North Georgia and she would say: Far Arce (to head) Smell sniffer, eye blinker, mouth eater “With my hand on my heart, what have I here – nose smeller That's what they taught me. This is my food chomper, do you hear? Nikki Nikki Nikki Noo Nose-smeller (touch nose) Nose smeller, mouth eater My 3 y.o. Chin freezer Das ist my hat-racker, my father dear. knee knockers. : ). 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Wiggles - Nicky Nacky Nocky Noo Lyrics YouTube Nicky Nacky Nocky Noo - Duration: 1:54. hey dee ho educational services 1,205 views Tom Tinker Eye winker (left eye) Chin chopper Inky, dinky doo Boom! Soup strainer, Das is my tinker boxer my mama dear. (tickle under the chin). I just found this rhyme that ends with the chin chopper that’s in many of the versions above (though it’s almost a different rhyme all together): Knock at the door, (forehead) Tinkerboxer Thats what we learn in da school YA YA! Knee Knocker think boxer (forehead) yah! Gully Hopper (tickle under chin). chin-chopper That’s what they teach us at our pirate school, Hands on my waist what is that here? Telephoner Chin cherry Chin Chopper I point to myself right here right here this is my eye winked momma my dear eye winker, do thinker, top notcher momma my dear that’s what I learned at this camp dear camp…. Foot stomper, beer belly. “Put your hands on my shoulders and vas is das here, this my tinkerboxer oh mama dear! Joy maker Gully, gully, gully (tickle under chin), I am 79 and learned a Scottish version on board ship crossing the Atlantic ocean during World War 2. Does anyone know the English version, instead of the nicky nacky noo, my grandad used to sing ‘wiggly waggly wool’ does anyone know that version? and…. Chinchopper, noseblower, eyeblinker, headknocker nik nik nik new Gully gully gully! Here’s where he jumps(point to just above eye) Chin Chopper (chin) around forehead (make circle with finger) Ever heard of Bill Bryson? My hand on my head, Sweat browser, Hatracker “Nose dropper” touch nose (Clap twice when you say yaya) Then…. tinkerboxer sightseer hornblower loudspeaker rubbernecker telephoner breadbasket hitchhiker kneekicker and sitterdowner. Nicky Nacky Nocky Noo (Full Audio and Lyrics) Put my hand on myself, what have I here? do-si-do here [uncross hands and put on shoulders], that is my sweat maker my teacher dear… long walkers (legs) gully gully gully…..tickling their neck under the chin. I used to know it in German but have forgotten it: Laus Bumper (Tickling neck/chest/stomach), As learned from my Grandmother, a girl scout troop leader. Chest Protector (chest) Forehead Mouth eater (the lower lip) Sweat boxer, top-notcher, I learned a different version from my three older sisters in the ’50s: Hands on my chest [cross hands on chest)], :-), Head bumper, eye winker, tom tinker, nose dropper, mouth eater, chin chopper, and at that point you start ticking the child going “gitzy gitzy gitzy.”, Can’t remember the exact version my grandfather sang to us but it had the word noggin in it. Head Knocker. Eyewinker (touch the eyes) Eye Blinker my version is so totally different, it has been passed down… fore bumper, (forehead) eye winker, tom tinker (eyes) nose smeller, cheek cherry, cheek cherry, mouth eater chin gully gully. We used to have a lot of fun with that. Dicky wiper eye blinker (eyes) headacher headacher ya Papa dear. Moutheater (pointing at knee) That is my waist-bender my mamma dear Nose, Sorry…it went before I finished nick-nick-nick-noo brain thinker thats what i learned at the school ( and so forth), then there was one that my mom would put her index and middle finger on top our head and walk down out face saying, (from top of the head to our forhead) This is what I learnt, when I went to school. Mama, mama dear. Here’s where he crows… (bridge of nose) Chin Chopper (touch the chin) Snuff boxes (nose) Nose-dropper (touch nose) “my mama dear….eye blinker, eye blinker, nicky nicky nicky noo….that’s what I learned in my school – YAHOO! (point to mouth) (Tickle under chin). eye-winky Trad Arr A Field, L Gillespie, E Watkins, O Brian, A Keller (Wiggly Tunes Pty Ltd) Trivia. (finger tries to walk in between the child’s lips) Gully gully gully…. trouble maker (one guess!) Eye Blinker (Eye) nose dropper, (down the nose) flat footer, I am looking for the rest of the rhyme Chest Wheezer Dickey, dickey doo Door Knocker What is thus here Boom! Boom! Gully, Gully, Gully. yah! That is my chin-wagger my mamma dear eye blinker Here’s where she falls (tap bridge of nose twice) that’s what I learned at my school today. boy kisser or girl kisser (mouth) Nose smeller (nose) snot blower Vas ist vas here Thas vat we learned on the school…, eye blinker (slap thighs), My hand on my brow, Brain boxer, ring a ling a ling, toot toot! The rest were: Sweat Brower (forehead) Das vat I learned in das school, yahoo. ….. Like Arlene above, I grew up in Cinti. Top nothcher, Top notcher, top notcher dear. wind blower Mouth Eater Chin Chomper Ja, Ja! Bull shooter Das ist mein [———], My Teacher Dear … Nose dropper – nose Domi Domi Domi Row Nose Blower (slap thighs), My hand on my lap, You start by saying: hand on my heart what do I care this is my (body part) my momma dear. Eye peepers (point to eyes) That’s what i learned in the school. gully, gully, gully. This is the toe stubber my darlin, my dear Eye winker, Eye winkie (Right eye) Well to their great surprise, one night the couple heard their children’s nanny tucking the kids into bed while reciting the 1788 version of “Brow Bender” with an extra five lines never before recorded! “Eye winker” circle one eye Chest sweller What is this here? Pop shooter. Nose breather (touch nose) Chinny Chop Chinny chop Chinny chop, Or she would take our hand and make a circle in the palm of our hand 3 times while saying, round and around the garden like a teddy bear Head thinker. And, chinny chin chin – chucks under chin. Add each verse * to previous ones sung until last verse contains all toe on up last verse adds to last verse “That’s what I’ve learned in the school”, My hand on myself Nicky, nacky, nocky, noo, That's what they taught me When I went to school. With my hand on my shoulder and vas-ish-star-sheer, Chin chopper, breadbasket What is this here? I think mine went like this: Mine hand on mineself, vas is das here? You touch each part of the face as you say the rhyme, (pointing to the body part) Mouth Eater I love all the different versions. (Forehead) shin slider (shin). Nose dauber My Mama dear girl kisser (lips) There are “bits” for the whole body …but I can’t recall too many others ;-(, I point to myself and say what is this here this is my Brain boxer oh momma dear gilly gilly gilly. Mouth Eater (mouth) Sweat boxer(forehead) Bread Basket With our hands on our heads what have we here? Hard Knocker doodle do Forehead thumper, eye winker, tom tinker, nose dropper, mouth eater, chin chopper, and a long white gitchy-gitchy-goo. Top notcher, ya mama dear, even remember which one said it to our kids, but now I’m saying it to my grandchildren. Mouth Eater … i may have missed one, its been awhile. Gully, Gully, Gully! I’d love to know the real words and their meaning! chin wagger (um..chin!) etc. Nicky nacky nocky noo Mouth eater (Mouth) Dickey, dickey doo That’s what I learned at this camp yeah yeah. Our other offspring (2 daughters and now a total of four grandchildren) were always content to have it done to them, but not to do it themselves. kiss maker (lips) Kiss maker Golly wopper!! giddygiddygiddy. Head knocker ( rap on head) My Mum would say this to us when we were little. Head of Hair What is this here? Thats what I learned in my school ya ya! I point to myself right here right here this is my do thinker momma my dear top notcher, do thinker momma my dear that’s what I learned at this camp dear camp my teacher dear! Chin Chopper (point of chin) sit downer (tush) Tommy tinker As it had been sung in a rhyme and played as you touch each area of the face. what a lot of different variations! Eye winker (right eye) Dickey, dickey doo Here’s where the cat sits (tap top of forehead twice) Sit Downer Das is my [bread basket], Maybe I remember wrong! Foot stomper, knee bender, Neck Twister Clothes Hanger (Shoulder) Mouth eater, Dickey, dickey doo Open the door, (mouth) Sweat boxer (repeat twice)… (Tap child on each part for every verse) eyeblinker Eye See You This is my headacher ya papa dear. I was thrilled to find this thread and fill in some words I’m struggling to remember. Nevertheless, my grandchildren love it! My hand on my chin, Chin chopper, chin chopper, chin chopper chin!! Chin chopper. Eyewinker (eye) Soup sucker=mouth My mom did one that started on our forehead with “here sits a mousey, eating cream and cheese…” then proceeded to the respective parts of our face with “eye winker, tom tinker (for the second eye), nose smeller, mouth eater, chin chopper, coochie coochie coo” then would tickle us under the chin. Forehead bare (rub his forehead) What have I here? bull shiter. That is my toe-tapper my mamma dear knee knockers Read about The Nicky Nocky Noo Song from Ken Dodd's THE SONG OF THE DIDDYMEN and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. It was “Little Red School House”. bread basket rubber necker Look At Baby 26. Kopfthinker, nicky nicky noo (WOO-WOO!) Soup strainer, Head of hair, Nose pull it, [I also seem to remember saying Nose dropper] This seems to be a scout song now. Knee bender GOTTA GET YA’ UNDER (tickling the neck). Floor mopper(hair) My mom used to do this to me and I was a teacher for a few years before changing my studies, I would do this with me pre-k students. Here’s something I posted on my Facebook page on Father’s Day this year. This is where he jumps to (between eyebrows) Forehead fair (forehead again) What have we here? Hands on my Waist, What is that here? This is the eye blinker my darlin, my dear Dis ist mein toe tapper, molly my dear…, Toe tapper, foot stomper, ankle bender, shin scraper, knee knocker, leg warmer, hip hugger, bread basket, chest cover, neck stretcher, chin chomped, lip shmacker, shnozola, ear acher, eye blinker, head bumper, volly volly volly voo, (slowly) das vat I learned in das school, yahoo. Milk shaker Head bumper, Try disabling any ad blockers and refreshing this page. I was beginning to think my family was the only one. I lay hands on myself, vas dis das dere? Sit-Upon (tush) Cheek cherry, chin chop (pinch chin gently) Mouth Eater this is my Nose blower Mommy my dear Ours goes like this: With my head on my shoulder, was ist das hier, (Mouth) Was ist dis hier? bull sh*tter (mouth) These are my eye blinkers my teacher dear, Eye blinkers, brain thinker nicky nacky nocky noo, chin wagger. lap sitter I am pushing 50 years now and I still remembered most of it. Eye winker (right eye) tom tinker (left eye) nose smeller, mouth water, chin chomper and a gully gully gully (tickle under chin with index finger side of knuckle). With my hand on my shoulder and vas-ish-star-sheer, hagefip = hairy chin Top-notcher, top-notcher, Eye blinker ( sweat boxer) ringa dinga dinga do! hey, Nose Blower Head bumper, Kids generally start to tuck they chin and laugh about the time you get to the lips. What is this here? Like a small pocket of our collective childhoods lives on. Tin tinker, This version only includes head, eyes, nose, mouth, breast, belly, genitial, knees, foot. Boy kicker(foot) kneee knockers Inky Dinky Doo chin chopper Nose dropper Many include beautiful illustrations, commentary by ordinary people, and links to recordings, videos, and sheet music. Mouth-eater (touch mouth) Eye Blinker nosedropper Tinkerboxer, ringee digee do, thats what i learned in this school… YA HOO”! Nose dropper, thank you sooooooo much forthe words i had the tune in my head and everyone i asked thought i was making this song up. Chin chopper Eye Blinker (point to other eye) Nose stinker babe holder(lap) And when you say yeah yeah you clap with it. (slap thighs). This is my eye blinker, Hands on myself Knee bender We’d point to the parts of the face as we were saying it. (slap thighs). Who knew that there were so many versions?? Thought it was funny!!! eye winker and with the words “gully gopper”, you tickle your child under his chin! And two little chickies and the hole they walk in. The Wiggles are a children's music group formed in Sydney, Australia in 1991. brain box and willy willy woo I am afriad it may be lost forever. trouble maker Tommy Tinker (other eyelid) Chin-Chopper, Chin-Chopper, Chin-Chopper! 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