Every child loves to sing Itsy Bitsy Spider. It’s a popular nursery rhyme that is highly motivating!
This rhyme shows how the spider never gives up no matter what. Even if the rain washes him down, he gets up and tries once again.
The children can enjoy pretending to be the spider and dancing along with the song.
So, what is the origin of this fantastic song? Is the spider related to any other thing? How to get its photo lyrics?
Get all your answers right now by joining us to discover every detail about “Itsy Bitsy Spider.”
Itsy Bitsy Spider Written Lyrics
Here is the complete written lyrics of Itsy Bitsy Spider. Have a look!
The itsy bitsy spider crawled up the water spout.
Down came the rain, and washed the spider out.
Out came the sun, and dried up all the rain,
and the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again.
Incy Wincy spider climbing up the spout.
Down came the rain, and washed poor Incy out.
Up came the sun, and dried up all the rain
And Incy Wincy spider went climbing up again.
Itsy Bitsy Spider Photo Lyrics
Itsy Bitsy Spider Printable Lyrics
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History and Origin
Itsy Bitsy Spider, also known as Incy Wincy Spider was published in 1920. During that time, the song was mainly for adults in ‘Camp and Camino in lower California.’ Blooming, bloody were the words used instead of Itsy Bitsy.
The final version of this song was printed in 1947 by the California Folklore Society in the Western Folklore Collection.
The rhyme also appears in the 1948 American Folk Songs for Children, a collection by Mike and Peggy Seeger.
It also appeared in 1955, ‘The Growing Familly: A Guide for Parents’ by Maxwell Slutz Stewart. Furthermore, the rhyme has more than one accepted version.
The original author of the rhyme is not known to us. Different publications have their different versions of the song including ‘Itsy Bitsy Spider’ in the US and ‘blooming bloody’ spider and rain in the early 20th-century publication. However, the version used in US and UK is ‘Incy, Wincy.’
Wincy is a plain or twilled fabric with wool and cotton or linen wrap. It is mainly used for warm shirts, skirts, and pajamas.