Blow Wind, Blow

Blow Wind, Blow

“Blow Wind, Blow” is Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme song is an old Nursery Rhyme that was originally published back in 1185. The “Blow Wind, Blow” Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme song describes how bread was made everywhere in the country at the time.

Today, this Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme, “Blow Wind, Blow” is still very popular with schools and preschools. “Blow Wind, Blow” demonstrates the process of how bread are made. The power of the wind helps the miller grind the corn, and baker takes the grind corn to the baker who uses it to bake the bread.

“Blow Wind, Blow” Song Lyrics

Blow wind, blow
And go, mill, go
That the miller may grind his corn
That the baker may take it
And into bread make it
And bring us a loaf in the morn.

Blow wind, blow
And go, mill, go
That the miller may grind his corn
That the baker may take it
And into bread make it
And bring us a loaf in the morn.

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