Rhyming songs for babies and animations have a great connection. One without the others seems incomplete somehow. Likewise the case with Humpty Dumpty, who is a giant egg-shaped cartoon and the main figure in the nursery rhyme that goes by the same name. The lyrics of the rhyme describe Humpty Dumpty’s struggles to sit in a wall (of a castle supposedly) because of his body shape. So he falls down and ‘breaks’ himself so badly that “all the king’s horses and all the king’s men couldn’t put him together again.” This kid’s song has a nice tune to it and plays on smooth flowing music which makes it fun and simple for children to hum along. It is also, perhaps, one of the first fun songs that toddlers learn during activity time in preschool and during play time with parents back home.