twinkle twinkle little star

twinkle twinkle little star
how I wonder what you are
up above the sky so high
like a diamond in the sky!

when the blazing sun is gone,
when he nothing shines upon,
then you show your little light,
twinkle, twinkle, all the night

then The Traveller in the dark,
thanks you for your tiny spark,
he could not see which way to go,
if you did not twinkle so

in the dark blue sky you keep,
and often through my curtains peep,
for you never shut your eye,
till the sun is in the sky
as your bright and tiny spark,
lights The Traveller in the dark,
though I know not what you are,
twinkle, twinkle, little star!
words written by JANE TAYLOR (1806)
melody as written by WA MOZART (K. 265/300e)


ziggi said...

well I never knew there was more verses to Twinkle Twinkle ...

I used to ride a little pony called Twinkle :)

Mel said...

Very nicely done, ma'am.

Frank is filling his little ground squirrely mouth, the neighbour is playing his radio as he scrapes his house to ready for paint...and *I* am enjoying weblogging from the patio.

What a wonderful thing!!
(Can't wait for twinkling stars this evening--sunset first, of course!)

Mel said...

(the good's really decent music the neighbour's blaring!)

(humming to Crosby, Stills and Nash)

katherine. said...

I think I shall learn all the twinkle verses.

by the way...I am likin' those little note perfect they are for your weblog!

mig bardsley said...

I knew about Mozart but I'd never heard the rest of the lyrics either :) How lovely!
and ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ to you :)