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"Mary, Mary Quite Contrary" is a nursery rhyme that appears as a minor song in the 1961 film, Babes in Toyland. It does not appear in the soundtrack.

Lyrics

Mary, Mary Quite Contrary.
How does your garden grow?
With silver bells and cockle shells
And pretty little maids in a row.


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Babes in Toyland Logo
Media
Babes in Toyland
Characters
Tom PiperMary ContraryBarnabyGonzorgo and RoderigoMr. ToymakerGrumioMother GooseSylvester J. GooseBoy Blue • Willie Winkie
Locations
SpainMother Goose VillageBarnaby's HouseThe Forest of No ReturnToyland
Objects
Toy SoldiersShrinking Formula • Poof Gun
Songs
Mother Goose Village and LemonadeWe Won't Be Happy 'Till We Get It!Mary, Mary Quite ContraryJust A Whisper AwaySlowly He Sank To The Bottom Of The SeaCastle In SpainNever Mind, Bo-PeepI Can't Do The SumFlorettaThe Forest of No ReturnToylandWorkshop SongJust A ToyMarch of the ToysTom and Mary
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