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Songs About Unicorns for Kids and Adults

Many children love unicorns. They want to read unicorn books, play with unicorn toys and listen to unicorn songs. Today, we are going to list the best unicorn songs for kids and adults.

You can find all these songs for free on YouTube, and make a unicorn music YouTube playlist.

Songs about unicorns are easy to find on YouTube, but sometimes, you don’t know what the song is really about until you listen to it. The title might say “unicorn song”, but the lyrics may not be suitable for kids.

So, we collected some magical unicorn songs, that are appropriate for kids and the whole family. Enjoy!

1. Toy Fan TV: The Llama Unicorn Song

“Oh! My llama unicorn!” The llama unicorn song by Toy Fan TV is about the magical llama unicorn, also known as the llamacorn. This magical creature is half unicorn, half llama.

Even grown-ups can’t help but dance to this happy tune with a catchy melody and dance beat. The cute music video has dancing llamacorns and unicorns. The llama unicorn song is a 100% child-friendly party song!

2. ITS Music: Unicorn Song

The Unicorn Song by ITS Music is a jovial song for kids. The music video features a cute prancing rainbow unicorn. The video also has lyrics, so you can sing along!

3. Parry Gripp and Brianne Drouhard: Space Unicorn

The Space Unicorn song is a whimsical pop-rock song with cute lyrics. The animated music video features a green unicorn soaring through outer space.

4. Amy Krouse Rosenthal: Uni the Unicorn Song

The Uni the Unicorn Song is based on Amy Krouse Rosenthal‘s children’s book Uni the Unicorn. Uni the Unicorn is a story about a unicorn, who believes little girls exist, even though grown-up unicorns try to convince her little girls are not real.

The Uni the Unicorn Song is about the same theme as the book; Uni the Unicorn believes in little girls and becomes friends with a little girl she meets.

5. Little Baby Bum: The Lion and the Unicorn

The Lion and the Unicorn is an old nursery rhyme and folk song. It is based on the symbolism of the lion and the unicorn in the history of the United Kingdom. The lion symbolized England, and the unicorn is the symbol of Scotland. Since 1603, the lion and the unicorn have represented the United Kingdom in the Royal coat of arms.

The rhyme also appeared in Lewis Carroll’s novel Through the Looking-Glass. 

The Lion and the Unicorn Lyrics

The lion and the unicorn
were fighting for the crown
The lion beat the unicorn
all around the town

Some gave them white bread
and some gave them brown
Some gave them plum cake
and drummed them out of town

6. Toddler Tunes: My Angel Unicorn

My Angel Unicorn is a sweet feel-good tune targeted at young children. The lyrics are about spending magical time with an angel unicorn.

7. The Irish Rovers: The Unicorn Song

The Unicorn Song is a famous piece of music published by The Irish Rovers in 1967. The lyrics are based on the story of Noah’s Ark in the Bible, but The Irish Rovers have mixed up the unicorns with this ancient story. Unicorns were too eager to play “silly games”, so they missed Noah’s Ark and drowned. This is given as the explanation for why you don’t see many unicorns around these days.

The lyrics might be a bit much for the youngest children, but older kids probably understand it’s just a song; of course, unicorns are still around and doing well!

The Unicorn Song Lyrics

A long time ago, when the Earth was still green
And there were more kinds of animals than you've ever seen
They'd run around free while the earth was being born
But the loveliest of all was the unicorn

There was green alligators and long-necked geese
Some humpty-backed camels and some chimpanzees
Some cats and rats and elephants, but sure as you're born
The loveliest of all was the unicorn

Now God seen some sinnin' and it gave him pain
And he says, "stand back, I'm going to make it rain"
He says, "Hey, brother Noah, I'll tell you what to do
Build me a floating zoo

And take some of them green alligators and long-necked geese
Some humpty-backed camels and some chimpanzees
Some cats and rats and elephants, but sure as you're born
Don't you forget my unicorn"

Old Noah was there to answer the call
He finished up making the ark just as the rain started fallin'
He marched in the animals two by two
And he called out as they went through
"Hey, Lord"

I've got your green alligators and long-necked geese
Some humpty-backed camels and some chimpanzees
Some cats and rats and elephants, but Lord, I'm so forlorn
I just can't see no unicorn"

Then Noah looked out through the driving rain
Them unicorns was hiding, playing silly games
Kicking and splashing while the rain was pouring
Oh, them silly unicorns

There was green alligators and long-necked geese
Some humpty-backed camels and some chimpanzees
Noah cried, "close the doors 'cause the rain is pourin'
And we just can't wait for no unicorns"

The ark started movin', it drifted with the tide
Them unicorns looked up from the rock and they cried
And the waters came down and sort of floated them away
And that's why you'll never see a unicorn, to this very day

You'll see green alligators and long-necked geese
Some humpty-backed camels and some chimpanzees
Some cats and rats and elephants, but sure as you're born
You're never gonna see no unicorn

The lyrics of the song The Unicorn © Warner Chappell Music

Which Song About Unicorns Is Your Favorite?

Did you find any favorite out of these tunes? Do you know any other good unicorn songs for kids and adults you would like to share? Please let me know in the comment section below!

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  1. I have a little girl and she is obcessed with unicorns. I try to keep up with her and find the best cartoons for her to watch and songs for her to listen to (about unicorns of course). Thank you so much for sharing this article, there are a couple here we didn’t know, and she is over the moon listening and singing along.

  2. What a fun touch these songs have! They’re mostly for children but let’s be real, some of the lyrics in the songs can be really relatable for adults as well. I loved the variety they had and the fun melodies they brought. Growing up this would’ve been the perfect playlist for me, but again, it’s never too late, right? Thanks for the fun suggestions. 

    1. Thank you, Stephanie!

      I agree, it’s never too late, especially when it comes to unicorns. 🦄

      Some of these songs are more for kids, but like you said, some of the lyrics are relatable for adults too. And I must admit I found myself dancing and singing along the Llama Unicorn Song and the Angel Unicorn song.