"Jack and Jill" is a well-known traditional English nursery rhyme, which originated in the eighteenth century. It often considered a nonsense verse, as Jack and Jill go up a hill to find the water, which is usually found at the bottom of the hills. The rhyme was first published in a collection of James William Elliott, National Nursery Rhymes Nursery Songs.
The rhyme has two six-line stanzas with a rhyming scheme of of aabccb. The melody of the rhyme was first recorded by James William Elliot in 'National Nursery Rhymes and Nursery Songs'.
Watch the video and have a great time singing the song along with the children.