Row, Row, Row Your Boat is an English Nursery Rhyme that is often used as a bedtime song. The song is hated by Violet Baudelaire. If she didn’t clean her room, her mother would stand outside her bedroom door and sing it over and over.
It has been suggested that the song may have originally arisen out of America. The earliest printing of the song is from 1852. It was reprinted again two years later with the same lyrics and another tune. The modern tune was first recorded with the lyrics in 1881.
Row, row, row your boat,
Gently down the stream.
Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily,
Life is but a dream.