Top 10 Scary Meanings Behind Childhood Songs
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We all got songs that our parents would sing us when we were just little tikes running around. I think either that our you had those parents that would get you to listen to zeppelin and tell you about the glory days. It was the 1970’s man, life was good, the people were free man! Either way you at least know of some classic children’s songs but I bet not all of you know the twisted hidden meanings behind a lot of these tunes. So I have put together a list of some weird tracks and what those songs mean with today’s list of Top 10 Scary Meanings Behind Childhood Songs.

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  1. Only two of the pictures you showed were of Bloody Mary, the rest was her half-sister Queen Elizabeth.

  2. Speaking of racism, I grew up singing “Einie, Minnie, Minie, Moe.” I stopped when my dad explained the original version to me, and it’s not playing roulette with a tiger…

  3. I haven’t seen this guy but I thought he was funny and I really want him to host more

  4. If I was one of them ghost kids, who was sacrificed for a bridge, I wouldn’t be protecting it I would be pushing people of it lol

  5. Actually London Bridge has nothing to do with children sacrifice the old London Bridge was actually falling down due to it having been built hundreds of years ago from 1700’s when it became the song became popular . The real London Bridge was sold and is in Arizona.

  6. Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water silly Joe forgot her pill and now she’s got a daughter

  7. I showed this to my parents and they were like “that’s why we never sang that stuff in the first place”

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