The best songs make you dance. So we listened to hundreds of alphabet song videos and kept the top 10 that will have you and your kids moving. Every song is educational and every song will have you moving your body. You know we had to kick things off with our very own Crazy ABCs.
The Alphabet Song by Super Simple Songs: The most traditional version of the song in this collection with a great animation with plastic letters, great for encouraging kids to follow along. In fact, I am pretty sure I first saw it in the 70s when I was a child! Love the rock version. Animal Alphabet by Key Wilde: An fun alphabet story told through a song about fun animal antics with gorgeous illustrations. I can see this inspiring some great alphabet animal drawing with older children. Have fun singing the alphabet!
The Best ABC Songs Out
Though active throughout the '80s as a musical entity, Britain's ABC presented most of its lasting work on its wonderful debut, The Lexicon of Love. Here's a chronological look at ABC's finest song offerings, appearing largely during the first half of the decade, even if the inferior single "When Smokey Sings" ultimately stands as the group's biggest American hit. What is it that feels so different about ABC when compared with the other synth-pop and new wave groups playing keyboard-driven pop during the early '80s? There are a lot of totally viable answers to this question, but unquestionably the best place to start is with frontman and clear leader Martin Fry. Aside from his slick trademark gold suit that probably no one else could pull off , Fry transmits a tremendous amount of sophistication and flamboyance in his vocal performance here, somehow avoiding descriptors such as vampy or campy. The vital, supporting role played by the musical arrangement makes this Top 30 pop hit special, as weaving lines of saxophone , keyboards, and snappy bass guitar combine to deliver near pop perfection. Another major reason for the British group's success is in blending qualities of traditionally white and black music in nearly seamless ways.
All lyrics and music are property of their respective owners and are provided for informational and educational purposes only. This simple but memorable melody is at least years old! Many people think Mozart composed this melody. In fact, he wrote several variations of the French tune. It was first published by Charles Bradlee who put the useful lyrics to that catchy tune. Today, the tune is standard for alphabet songs, not only the English alphabet, but also French and German, helping kids learn the order and the spelling of the alphabet letters. Choose a letter.