Here’s a folk melody/song that one of my students from Chicago taught me. It’s supposed to be sung while you are “rubbing an ow-ey” or tending to an ache on a child. It doesn’t have to be just for children’s aches, though. Consoling a friend, sibling, parent works, too!
The song translates to:
Heal, heal, Little tail of frog.
If you don’t heal today, heal tomorrow.
I added some fun parts to set the melody. This can be sung as a round or a part song, but it should always begin by layering in each line consecutively and end by layering out each line consecutively so that the clapping in the 4th part completes the song.