“See Saw Margery Daw” is a popular English language nursery rhyme, folk song and playground singing game. The seesaw is one of the oldest ‘rides’ for children, easily constructed from logs of different sizes. The words of “See Saw Margery Daw” reflect children playing on a see-saw and singing this rhyme to accompany their game. No person has been identified by the name Margery Daw; hence it is assumed that this was purely used to rhyme with the words ‘seesaw’.
The rhyme first appeared in its modern form in Mother Goose’s Melody, published in London in around 1765. It may have its origins as a work song for sawyers, helping to keep rhythm when using a two-person saw. It has a Roud Folk Song Index number of 13028.
On this page you can find an easy piano tutorial video and a printable PDF file with piano sheet music for beginners.
Piano Tutorial Video for Beginners (Two Hands)
Piano Sheet Music for Beginners (Two Hands) – Free Printable PDF
The arrangement is for easy piano level in G major key. As you can see, the left hand is very easy, playing only one note which implies the corresponding chord.
Remember to practice the left hand alone before joining the two hands together. Then play the tune at a slow tempo, until you get the hang of it.
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