This one is hard for me just because I'd always start singing "Head AND shoulders kneeS and toeS"
Same here. Made me think! I was typing in the plurals, then had to stop - wait a minute.....!
I did the same, because of the children's song and the plurals were accepted!!
The author must be missing a leg.
i wrote them in plural and it was marked correct
Well I put in toes and was marked wrong
Head & Shoulders shampoo should make a body wash and call it "Knees & Toes."
Cabeça, ombro, joelho e pé. Joelho e pé!
Is this a well-known song in Dutch or just in English?
In Dutch also
I belive it is from cartoon about Muzzy
In French it exists too.
Ooren, Ogen puntje van je neus
Oren, ogen, puntje van je neus
Does the Dutch song have plural or singulars for knees and toes though? :)
Obviously singular, or it wouldn't be singular here.
The knees and the toes are singular in dutch. I think it's because "knees" and "toes" are one syllable and in dutch "knieën" and "tenen" are two. It does in dutch not fit in the rhythm of the song!!
The song!!! It reminded me to the school past years...
in my country, we sing it in the opposite order lol.
Súil, súil eile, a haon, a dó.
Shouldn't it be 'hoofd, schouders, knieen en tenen' ? plural for all but the head? I guess it depends where the song originated but that is how we sing it in Canada
wat voor een oorwurm!
It was cute until I visualized the last couple of words (the farmer with nine fingers got a much better deal).
While reading this I pictured it to be a work done by Dexter. Good to know that that's just a children's song!
"Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" but dutch version.
Aí que fácil
The English song is "Head, shoulders, knees and toes."