"I'm Doing Something Cute!" Sister Enraged That Brother Interrupts Her

AFVPublished: April 16, 2018
Published: April 16, 2018

Learning how to recite the ABCs song is one of the foundational parts of growing up and learning English. It helps kids remember the alphabet and keeps it a little bit fun with the sing-songy way of saying the words.

Siblings. Most of us love our brothers and sisters, but only they know how to truly push our buttons…

The ABCs song has been around for so long that we were curious where it came from and who wrote it. You might laugh at the idea of someone writing the alphabet song but someone had to come up with the last line and they had to compose the tune that you use to perform the song. It turns out that the song was originally copyrighted in 1835 by publisher Charles Bradlee with a crazy long title. The original title is “The A.B.C., a German air with variations for the flute with an easy accompaniment for the piano forte”. Wow! That is quite the title for such simple a song.

This little girl just wants to sing the ABCs but her brother keeps interrupting. Her reaction is HILARIOUS! Oh my god!

The original arrangement was attributed to Louis Le Maire. Did you know that the ABC tune is the same one that is used for Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star and Baa, Baa Black Sheep. Apparently, this same tune was used in Mozart’s “Twelve Variations on ‘Ah, vous dirai-je, maman.” Who knew that so much went into the ABCs song? We certainly didn’t. Like learning the alphabet song, it is fun to learn about where they come from as well. The little girl in this video might not care because she is trying to be cute!

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