Hey Ho Nobody Home is a popular tune and an easy round for kids
This classic nursery rhyme “Hey Ho Nobody Home” is a beloved traditional song that has been enjoyed by generations of children.
It is a popular musical round or canon originating from England and dating back to the 16th century.
On this page you’ll find a Karaoke MP3 file of the song, a Karaoke video, a PDF with sheet music and some information about.
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- Hey Ho Nobody Home KARAOKE Video
- Hey Ho Nobody Home karaoke mp3 download
- Hey Ho Nobody Home Sheet Music and PDF
- Song Info
Hey Ho Nobody Home KARAOKE Video
Hey, ho, nobody home
Meat nor drink nor money
I have none.
Yet will I be merry, very merry
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Hey Ho Nobody Home karaoke mp3 download
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Hey Ho Nobody Home Sheet Music and PDF
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“Hey Ho Nobody Home” is a popular musical round or canon originating from England and dating back to the 16th century. There’s a version of it in Pammelia, a collection of English rounds and canons, published in England in 1609 by Thomas Ravenscroft. It also appears in Francis Beaumont‘s play “The Knight of the Burning Pestle” (see version 2 below).
This beautiful tune is sung in different languages throughout Europe and it is up to this day a favourite piece for choirs, included in their basic repertoire while often serving as a warm up song at rehearsals.
The English version “Hey Ho Nobody Home” is sung as a Christmas carol although there is no direct reference to Christmas. The other popular English version “Rose, rose…” is usually sung together with another old canon “Ah poor bird…”. As for the rest of the versions in other languages (French, Italian and German), the lyrics talk about the wind, so there is no connection to Christmas time.
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