Oranges and Lemons
Possibly the most well-known traditional song related to bell ringing, Oranges and Lemons (Roud 13190) is a traditional English nursery rhyme and singing game which refers to the bells of several churches, all within or close to the City of London.
Oranges and lemons Said the bells of St. Clements You owe me five farthings Said the bells of St. Martins When will you pay me? Said the bells of Old Bailey When I grow rich Said the bells of Shoreditch And when will that be? Said the bells of Stepney Oh I do not know Said the great bell of Bow Here comes a candle To light you to bed And here comes a chopper To chop off your head