I expected a lot of versions, but the results were pretty consistant.
To those of you fluent in French: can any bird have both a 'nez' and a 'bec'? If they can't have a 'nez,' why do you think this word shows up? I keep seeing 'pattes,' but a lark doesn't have feathers on it's legs. Any idea why? And the 'yeux'??
Why isn't the word for breast on there anywhere? Armpits? Chin? Cheeks?
Because it is a children's song, perhaps words like 'nez' and 'yeux' are there for an adult to point to the corresponding part on a child while they sing. If this is the case, what human body parts could be included in the song with the intention of teaching them to a child?