Hot Cross Buns

"Hot Cross Buns" is a joyful song about the traditional sweet, which is eaten on Good Friday. It is a popular nursery rhyme and Easter song to sing and enjoy. The song features a street-seller and the street cry made by him to sell the tasty and spiced English hot cross buns.

The earliest version of the song was published in 'Christmas Box' in 1798 in London.

Sing along to the video and learn the lyrics.

Hot Cross Buns Lyrics

Hot cross buns!

Hot cross buns!

One a penny, two a penny

Hot cross buns!


If you have no daughters,

give them to your sons

One a penny two a penny

Hot cross buns!