Row Row Row your Boat is an English language nursery rhyme and a popular children's song. It can also be an "action" nursery rhyme, whose singers sit opposite one another and "row" forwards and backwards with joined hands. It is one of Pororo's favorite songs, as well as being one of Eddy's favorite songs.
It has been suggested that the song may have originally arisen out of American minstrelsy. The earliest printing of the song is from 1852, when the lyrics were published with similar lyrics to those used today, but with a very different tune. It was reprinted again two years later with the same lyrics and another tune. The modern tune was first recorded with the lyrics in 1881, mentioning Eliphalet Oram Lyte in The Franklin Square Song Collection but not making it clear whether he was the composer or adapter.
Episodes Used Edit
|Episode||Season||Who sings it?||Notes|
|Snow Canvas||1||Pororo, Eddy, Crong|
|A Jigsaw Puzzle||1||Poby||Hums the song|
|Loopy the Fortuneteller||1, Season 1 (HD)||Pororo, Eddy, Crong, Poby, Loopy||Towards end of episode|
|Gigantic Crong||4||Eddy, Petty|
In total, it has been sung 4 times in the series.
|Product||Appears in||Performed by||Arranged by|
|Daekyo Pororo English Set||Let's Sing with Pororo||Anna Paik (Pororo), Tunde Skovran (Crong), Kristen Cho (Eddy), Jennifer Waescher, Cris Johnson, Jacob Wo||Kim Dae Hui, Chang Jumi|
Row row row your boat
Gently down the stream.
Merrily merrily merrily merrily
Life is but a dream.