One Two Buckle My Shoe

"One, Two, Buckle My Shoe" is a children's song, which was first documented in 'Songs for the Nursery' in London 1805. It is kids' favorite counting-out rhyme, which is played to pick one player from a group, more often for playing another game.

Counting-out rhyme a Young children sing the song to select one player either to play another game or eliminated him.

Sing along to this nursery rhyme video and have fun!

One Two Buckle My Shoe Lyrics

One, two,

Buckle my shoe;

Three, four,

Open the door;

Five, six,

Pick up sticks;

Seven, eight,

Lay them straight:

Nine, ten,

A big, fat hen;


Eleven, twelve,

Dig and delve;

Thirteen, fourteen,

Maids a-courting;

Fifteen, sixteen,

Maids in the kitchen;

Seventeen, eighteen,

Maids a-waiting

Nineteen, twenty,

My plate's empty.