(1) Not a word did he speak to the little girl, but began singing a little ditty , an old tune full of light and the sun's laughter.(2) a lovely little music-hall ditty(3) The red legions sang the old ditty about Paul Scholes scoring goals, which is true again at long last.(4) And for younger fans the ├ö├ç├┐Great Harwood Blue├ö├ç├û uses a modern rap song for his ditty .(5) They sing the famous ditty , ├ö├ç├┐Tom, Tom the piper's son, stole a pig and away he run.├ö├ç├û(6) Alternatively, enjoy the day by composing a ditty about tonight's guest of honor at the Washington Hilton.(7) A remake of the lilting Irving Berlin ditty Blue Skies began playing as the lights came up.(8) A great political balladeer, he is at his superb best when singing melancholy personal ditties , with that soulful voice and tuneful guitar.(9) Ballads have been penned, poems have been composed and ditties have been compiled.(10) Coates wry, muttered lyrics lend his ditties a mischievous if subdued charm.(11) My nearly 2-year-old granddaughter Tiana can almost sing all the ditties and do her dances to the tunes.(12) In her spare time, the lawyer likes to do nothing better than knock out a few ditties from the Great American Songbook on her baby grand piano.(13) If you know only Kander's pop ditties (and, to my regret, I do), these three will surprise you.(14) Indeed, I muttered tuneless, dire ditties that I myself had composed.(15) As though he has just come back from India and the great Maharishi, Brother JT songs resemble campfire ditties , with an odd tinge.(16) Blink 182 play very fast punk-metal ditties that might be anthemic were they not furiously out of time.