This article needs additional citations for verification. An alphabet song is letter abcs of various songs used to teach children the alphabet.
Alphabet songs typically recite the names of all letters of the alphabet of a given language in order. English language alphabet songs, and perhaps the one most frequently referred to as “the alphabet song”, especially in the United States. The song was first copyrighted in 1835 by the Boston-based music publisher Charles Bradlee, and given the title “The A. German air with variations for the flute with an easy accompaniment for the piano forte”. Next time, won’t you sing with me?
This is a version that goes Z to A instead of A to Z. Now you know your ZYX’s I bet that’s not what you expected! The e-d-c-b part is as fast as the l-m-n-o part in the normal alphabet song. Generally, the absent zee-rhyme is not missed, although some children use a zee pronunciation in the rhyme which they would not use elsewhere.