I suppose most people would say "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star", and maybe it was for me too. That's not the one I remember as being one of the first ones though. I think "Where Is Thumbkin?" was thrown in somewhere, but a lot of songs for tiny tots seem to be about nature. The first song I learned that I recall being asked to sing is "The Big Round Sun". The big round sun, with its yellow light......tells us its day instead of night; And when it sinks, in the golden west.....it tells a story I love best. (Ah, gotta love those sunsets!) I also liked "It's Raining, It's Pouring" - such a truth too. Most of the old men I know enjoy snoring when it rains. Later on in public school, my two favorite songs taught to me were "Senor Don Gato" and "Get Along Little Doggies". Who has a children's song that they particularly like, or that brings back childhood memories?