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1300 eagle_rock RNP 

 

Eagle Rock

 

SINGALONG

 

BUSKERS

 

SINGALONG SONGS. 1

BANANA BOAT SONG.. 1

ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK. 2

ROCKIN ROBIN. 3

ROCK MY SOUL. 4

MICHAEL ROW THE BOAT ASHORE. 4

WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHING IN. 5

EVERYBODY LOVES SATURDAY NIGHT. 6

GHOST OF TOM.. 6

I’M A GREEN PEA. 7

ONCE AN AUSTRIAN WENT YODELLING.. 8

THE ANTS GO MARCHING.. 9

HE JUMPED FROM 40,000 FEET. 10

YELLOW SUBMARINE. 11

THE GIGGLE AND GRIN SONG.. 12

THE PURPLE PEOPLE EATER. 13

WOMBAT ON A SURFBOARD. 14

FROG WENT A COURTIN. 15

LIMERICK SONG.. 16

OLD FASHIONED FORD. 17

SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN. 17

I AM THE MUSIC MAN. 18

QUARTERMASTERS STORE  – extra verses. 19

JUNIOR SONGS. 20

ROW ROW ROW YOUR BOAT. 20

IT’S RAINING, IT’S POURING.. 21

THE BEAR. 22

KOOKABURRA SITS IN THE OLD GUM TREE. 23

TOMMY THE TERMITE. 24

THERE WAS A CROOKED MAN. 25

JOHN BROWN’S HOLDEN. 26

SHE'LL BE COMING ROUND THE MOUNTAIN. 27

QUARTERMASTERS STORE. 28

NICKY NACKY NOO.. 30

BUFFALO HERD. 31

ON TOP OF SPAGHETTI 32

MY HIGHLAND GOAT. 33

GRANDFATHER’S CLOCK. 34

CHEWY GUM.. 34

NURSERY RHYMES. 35

I HEAR THUNDER (Any Chord) 35

ROUND AND ROUND THE GARDEN. 35

BINGO.. 36

OLD MACDONALD HAD A FARM.. 36

SIX LITTLE DUCKS. 37

EENCY WEENCY SPIDER. 37

LONDON BRIDGE IS FALLING DOWN. 38

FARMER IN THE DELL. 39

MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB. 40

MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB. 40

HERE WE GO ROUND THE MULBERRY BUSH. 41

IF YOU’RE HAPPY AND YOU KNOW IT. 42

JIMMY CRACKED CORN. 42

THREE BLIND MICE. 43

FIVE LITTLE DUCKS. 43

BAA BAA BLACK SHEEP. 43

TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE STAR. 44

TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE BAT. 44

TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE MOON. 44

TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE CAR. 44

HICKORY DICKORY DOCK. 45

HUMPTY DUMPTY. 46

HERE WE GO ROUND THE MULBERRY BUSH. 46

MICHAEL FINNIGAN. 47

HAPPY BIRTHDAY. 47

HEAD, SHOULDERS, KNEES AND TOES. 48

THE ALPHABET SONG.. 48

AUSSIE SONGS. 49

A PUB WITH NO BEER. 49

SNOWY RIVER ROLL. 51

THE WHALE. 52

CHAIN AROUND MY ANKLE. 54

HOME AMONG THE GUM TREES. 55

I AM AUSTRALIAN. 56

RIP RIP WOODCHIP. 57

TIE ME KANGAROO DOWN SPORT. 58

GOODBYE BLINKY BILL. 59

BLAME IT ON THE KELLYS. 60

BRUMBY JACK. 61

ALONG THE ROAD TO GUNDAGAI 62

WALTZING MATILDA. 63

GOLDEN OLDIES. 64

THE WAYWARD WIND. 64

A WHITE SPORTS COAT. 65

HE'LL HAVE TO GO.. 66

HELP ME MAKE IT THROUGH THE NIGHT. 67

WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING.. 68

YOUR CHEATIN' HEART. 68

BLOWIN IN THE WIND. 69

THE TIMES THEY ARE A-CHANGIN' 70

UNDER THE BOARDWALK. 71

HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN. 72

PEGGY SUE. 73

LOVE POTION NUMBER NINE. 74

THE BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS. 75

BAD MOON RISING.. 76

TOM DOOLEY. 77

YES SIR, THAT'S MY BABY. 77

I’VE BEEN WORKING ON THE RAILROAD. 78

OH BOY. 79

HOME ON THE RANGE. 80

IT'S A LONG WAY TO TIPPERARY. 81

SHOW ME THE WAY TO GO HOME. 81

GALWAY BAY. 82

GOODNIGHT IRENE. 83

HEARTACHES BY THE NUMBER. 84

THE CAMPTOWN RACES. 85

CLEMENTINE. 86

COCKLES AND MUSSELS. 87

MY BONNIE LIES OVER THE OCEAN. 87

GOTTA TRAVEL ON. 88

DON'T FENCE ME IN. 89

GHOST RIDERS IN THE SKY. 90

BIG BAD JOHN. 91

AMAZING GRACE. 92

BOBBIE MCGEE. 93

DANNY BOY. 94

LOCH LOMOND. 96

DRUNKEN SAILOR. 97

CHORD PRACTICE. 98

CHANGING CHORDS. 99

TRANSPOSING CHORDS. 100

 

 

 

 

 

 

BAND

 


 

 

INTERLUDE:          Day ... O!       Da .. aa .. ay .... O!

                              DDaylight come and we A7want to go Dhome.

 

1.       DSix foot, seven foot, eight foot bunch!

          Daylight come and we A7want to go Dhome.

 

2.       DA beautiful bunch of ripe banana!

          Daylight come and we A7want to go Dhome.

 

CHORUS:               DCome mister Tally man, Tally me banana,

                              DDaylight come and we A7want to go Dhome.

INTERLUDE:

 

3.       DMighty deadly black Tarantula,

          Daylight come and we A7want to go Dhome.

 

4.       DWell I'm loading de banana boats all day long!

          Daylight come and we A7want to go Dhome.

 

CHORUS:

INTERLUDE:

 

5.       DAll of de workmen sing this song!

          Daylight come and we A7want to go Dhome.

 

6.       DWell I sleep by sun and I work by moon!

          Daylight come and we A7want to go Dhome.

 

CHORUS:

INTERLUDE:

 

7.       DWhen I get some money, gonna quit so soon!

          Daylight come and we A7want to go Dhome.

 

CHORUS:

INTERLUDE:


 

 

CHORUS 1

E1, 2, 3 O’Clock, 4 O’Clock Rock,

5, 6, 7 O’Clock, 8 O’Clock Rock,

9, 10, 11 O’Clock Rock, 12 O’Clock Rock.

We’re gonna B7rock around the clock tonight.

 

Put your Eglad rags on, and join me hon,

We’ll have some fun, when the E7clock strikes one.

 

CHORUS 2

We’re gonna Arock around the clock tonight,

We’re gonna Erock, rock, rock, till broad daylight,

We’re gonna B7rock, gonna rock, a A7round the clock toEnight.

 

CHORUS 1

When the Eclock strikes two, and three and four,

If the band slows down, we’ll E7yell for more.

CHORUS 2

 

CHORUS 1

When the Echimes ring five, six and seven,

We’ll be rockin up in E7seventh heaven.

CHORUS 2

 

CHORUS 1

When it’s Eeight, nine, ten, eleven too,

I’ll be going strong and E7so will you.

CHORUS 2

 

CHORUS 1

When the Eclock strikes twelve, we’ll cool off then,

Start rockin round the E7clock again.

CHORUS 2

 


 

CHORUS

DTwidd-er-lee didd-er-lee dee,

GTwidd-er-lee A7didd-er-lee dee dee,

(Repeat 3 times)

DTWEET!     TWEET!

TWEET! TWEET!

 

He D7rocks in the tree tops all day long,

Hoppin and a boppin and singin this song.

All the little birdies on Jay Bird Street,

Love to hear that Robin goin ‘Tweet, Tweet, Tweet!

 

Rockin GRobin (Tweet! Tweet! Twidd-er-lee Tweet!)

Rockin D7Robin (Tweet! Tweet! Twidd-er-lee Tweet!)

A7Blow Rockin Robin, cause you’re G7really gonna rock toDnight.

 

CHORUS

 

D7Every little swallow, every chickadee,

Every little bird in the tall oak tree,

The wise old owl, the big black crow,

Flappin their wings, singing’Go Bird Go!’

 

Rockin GRobin …….

 

CHORUS

 

A Gpretty little raven at the bird bandstand

DTaught him how to bop and it was grand.

They Gstarted going steady and a –bless my soul

He A7out bopped the buzzard and the oriole.

 

Rockin GRobin …….

 

CHORUS

 

 


 

DRock my soul in the bosom of Abraham,

A7Rock my soul in the bosom of Abraham,

DRock my soul in the bosom of Abraham,

A7Oh rock a my Dsoul.

 

DSo high, can't get over it,

A7So low, can't get over it,

DSo wide, can't get around it,

A7Oh rock a my Dsoul.

 

DR o c k    m y    s o ul ,

A7R o c k    m y    s o ul ,

DR o c k    m y    s o ul ,

A7Oh rock a my Dsoul.

 

 

 

AMichael row your boat ashore, Halle Dlu Ajah,

Michael row your boat a E7shore, Ha lle Alu E7u Ajah.

 

ASister help to trim the sail, Halle Dlu Ajah,

Sister help to trim the E7sail, Ha lle Alu E7u Ajah.

 

AThe river is deep and the river is wide, Halle Dlu Ajah,                                     

Milk and honey on the other E7side, Ha lle Alu E7u Ajah.

 

AThe Jordan River is chilly and cold, Halle Dlu Ajah,

It chills the body, but not the E7soul, Ha lle Alu E7u Ajah.

 

 

 


 

DOh when the Saints, Go marching in,

Oh when the Saints, Go marching A7in,

Oh DLord, I want to be in that Gnumber,

When the DSaints go A7marching Din.

 

DOh when the sun, begins to shine,

Oh when the sun, begins to s A7hine,

Oh DLord, I want to be in that Gnumber,

When the Dsun be A7gins to Dshine.

 

DOh when I hear, that trumpet sound,

Oh when I hear, that trumpet A7sound,

Oh DLord, I want to be in that Gnumber,

When I Dhear that A7trumpet Dsound.

 

DOh when Gabriel, he blows his horn,

Oh when Gabriel, he blows his A7horn,

Oh DLord, I want to be in that Gnumber,

When DGabriel he A7blows his Dhorn.

 

ALTERNATE CHORDS

 

Oh, Cwhen the Saints go marching in,  

Oh, when the Saints go G7marching in,     

CHORUS      Lord, CI want to be in that Fnumber,

When Cthe Saints G7go Cmarching in.

 

 


 

DEverybody A7loves Saturday Dnight!

Everybody A7loves Saturday Dnight!

Everybody, A7Everybody, DEverybody, A7Everybody,

DEverybody A7loves Saturday Dnight!

 

Everybody loves JUNK FOOD!

 

All the COOL CATS love Saturday night!

 

 

 

 

EmHave you seen the AmGhost of EmTom?

Long white bones with the Amflesh all Emgone.

Oh .. O .. O .. O .. AmO .. EmOh!

 

Wouldn’t it be chilly with Amno skin Emon?

 

Wouldn’t it be chilly with

 

No _______ Skin _________ EmOn _____? _____ BOO!

 

 


 

 

1.          GThe celery’s in the salad, the mint is in the punch,

But I’m in the freezer till Sunday’s lunch.

 

CHORUS 1

I’m a Cgreen pea! FREEZE! FREEZE! I’m a Ggreen pea! FREEZE! FREEZE!

I’m a Cgreen pea, won’t you Dthaw my frozen Gheart?

 

CHORUS 2

GThaw, thaw, thaw my frozen heart!

won’t you thaw my frozen heart                 - echo

CThaw, thaw, thaw my frozen Gheart!

won’t you thaw my frozen heart                 - echo

DThaw, thaw, Ebthaw my Ffrozen Gheart!

 

2.          GThe beans in the crisper, Pumpkin’s in the scones,

But I’m in the freezer till the roast is on.

 

3.          GMum’s in the kitchen making lemonade,

But I’m in the freezer, till the soups been made.

 

4.          GDad’s in the kitchen making a mess,

While I’m in the freezer, having a rest.

 

5.          GGrandma’s in the loungeroom, playing chess,

But I’m in the freezer, freezing to death.

 

CODA

DThaw, thaw, __ Ebthaw my ______, DThaw, thaw, __ Ebthaw my ______

DThaw, thaw, __ Ebthaw my __ Ffrozen Gheart!

Oh won’t you thaw my frozen heart?

 

(NB Moved chords up 2 from original)

 


 

1. Once an GAus-tri-an went to D7yo-del-ling, On a moun-tain so Ghigh
When he met with an 
D7av-al-lanche, In-ter-rup-ting his Gcry

CHORUS:    
D7Oh, lay ---dee, GYo---del---lay---hit---tee
                        D7A---yo---del---lay---cuc---koo
                    Rum---ble, rum---ble, rum---ble! (action - hands rotate)
                    Yo---del---lay---hit---tee---a---
Glo.

2. Once an 
GAus-tri-an went to D7yo-del-ling, On a moun-tain so Ghigh
When he met with a 
D7skier, In-ter-rup-ting his Gcry

CHORUS:     D7Oh, lay ---dee, ……

Whooooosh!!! (Hands swoop down)   

Rum---ble, rum---ble, rum---ble! (hands rotate)

Yo---del---lay---hit---tee---a---Glo

 

3. Once an GAus-tri-an went to D7yo-del-ling, On a moun-tain so Ghigh
When he met with a 
D7St. Bernard, In-ter-rup-ting his Gcry

 

CHORUS:     D7Oh, lay ---dee, ……

Arf, arf, arf! (Hands in begging position)      

Whooooosh!!! Rum---ble, rum---ble, rum---ble!

Yo---del---lay---hit---tee---a---Glo.

 

4. Once an GAus-tri-an went to D7yo-del-ling, On a moun-tain so Ghigh
When he met with a 
D7grizzly bear, In-ter-rup-ting his Gcry

 

CHORUS:     D7Oh, lay ---dee, …..

A---a---a---rgh! (hands up, fingers like a claw) Arf, arf, arf!  Whooooosh!!! Rum---ble, rum---ble, rum---ble!

Yo---del---lay---hit---tee---a---Glo.

 

5. Once an GAus-tri-an went to D7yo-del-ling, On a moun-tain so Ghigh
When he met with a 
D7dinosaur, In-ter-rup-ting his Gcry

CHORUS:     D7Oh, lay ---dee, ……

Eeeeeee! (everyone shrieks!!!)
Yo---del---lay---hit---tee---a---
Glo.

 

The Emants go marching one by one, Ghurrah, hurrah

The Emants go marching one by one, Ghurrah, hurrah

The Emants go marching Done by one, The Emlittle one stops to Dsuck his thumb

 

CHORUS

And Emthey all Dgo EmmarDching Emdown to the ground

To get out of the rain, BOOM! BOOM! BOOM! BOOM!

 

 

The Emants go marching two by two, Ghurrah, hurrah (Repeat this line)

The Emants go marching Dtwo by two, The Emlittle one stops to Dtie his shoe

 

The Emants go marching three by three, Ghurrah, hurrah (Repeat this line)

The Emants go marching Dthree by three, The Emlittle one stops to Dclimb a tree

 

The Emants go marching four by four, Ghurrah, hurrah (Repeat this line)

The Emants go marching Dfour by four, The Emlittle one stops to Dshut the door

 

The Emants go marching five by five, Ghurrah, hurrah (Repeat this line)

The Emants go marching Dfive by five, The Emlittle one stops to Dtake a dive

 

The Emants go marching six by six, Ghurrah, hurrah (Repeat this line)

The Emants go marching Dsix by six, The Emlittle one stops to Dpick up sticks

 

The Emants go marching seven by seven, Ghurrah, hurrah (Repeat this line)

The Emants go marching Dseven by seven, The Emlittle one stops to Dpray to heaven

 

The Emants go marching eight by eight, Ghurrah, hurrah (Repeat this line)

The Emants go marching Deight by eight, The Emlittle one stops to Dshut the gate

 

The Emants go marching nine by nine, Ghurrah, hurrah (Repeat this line)

The Emants go marching Dnine by nine, The Emlittle one stops to Dcheck the time

 

The Emants go marching ten by ten, Ghurrah, hurrah (Repeat this line)

The Emants go marching Dten by ten, The Emlittle one stops to Dshout "THE END"


 

Tune: Battle Hymn of the Republic (John Brown’s Body)

 

GHe jumped from 40,000 feet without a parachute,
He Cjumped from 40,000 feet Gwithout a parachute,
He jumped from 40,000 feet B7without a paraEmchute,
And he Amain't gonna Gfly D7no Gmore.

Chorus:
GGlory, glory, what a heck of a way to die
CGlory, glory, what a Gheck of a way to die
Glory, glory, what a B7heck of a way to Emdie
And he Amain't gonna Gfly D7no Gmore.

He was last to leave the cockpit and the first to hit the ground.. X3
And he ain't gonna fly no more.

Chorus

He landed on the runway like a blob of strawberry jam… X3
And he ain't gonna fly no more.

Chorus

They scraped him off the runway with a silver spoon. … X3
And he ain't gonna fly no more.

Chorus

They sent him home to mother in a little wooden box. … X3
And he ain't gonna fly no more.

Chorus

She put him on the mantelpiece for everyone to see. … X3
And he aint gonna jump no more.

Chorus

She put him on the table when the vicar came to tea. … X3
And he aint gonna jump no more.

Chorus

The vicar put him on his toast and ate him up for tea. … X3
And he aint gonna jump no more.

Chorus

 

 

 

Guitar tuned down ½ step in original recording.

 

                       

GIn the Dtown where CI was Gborn

EmLived a Amman who Csailed to Dsea

GAnd he Dtold us Cof his Glife

EmIn the Amland of CsubDmarines

 

GSo we Dsailed Cup to the Gsun

EmTill we Amfound the Csea of Dgreen

GAnd we  Dlived beCneath the Gwaves

EmIn our Amyellow CsubDmarine

                                                                                        

Chorus:

GWe all live in a Dyellow submarine

Yellow submarine, Gyellow submarine

We all live in a Dyellow submarine

Yellow submarine, Gyellow submarine

 

And our Dfriends are Call on Gboard

EmMany more of Amthem Clive next Ddoor

GAnd the Dband Cbegins to Gplay

Em        Am         C          D

 

Chorus:

 

GAs we Dlive a Clife of Gease

EmEvery one of Amus has Call we Dneed

GSky of Dblue and Csea of Ggreen

EmIn our Amyellow CsubDmarine                                           

 

Chorus x2

 


 

 

You’re Cnot feeling bright?                         ECHO         (or D, G, A7)

You Fcan’t sleep at night?                          ECHO

Your G7silkworms won’t spin?                   ECHO

Just (clap) Chold up your chin!                  ECHO

 

And, Csnigger, chortle, snuffle, chuckle, giggle, giggle, grin,

And, Fsnigger, chortle, snuffle, chuckle, giggle, giggle, grin,

And, G7snigger, chortle, snuffle, chuckle, giggle, giggle, grin,

And, Csnigger, chortle, snuffle, chuckle, giggle, giggle, grin,

 

You Csplit all the paint,

TheF smell makes you faint,

Your G7head seems to spin,

Just (clap) Chold up your chin!

 

Your Cfriends at the gate,

He Fsays you’ll be late,

But G7you have to stay in,

Just (clap) Chold up your chin!

 

Your Cpancakes are tough,

You’ve Fspilt all the stuff,

You G7can’t seem to win,

Just (clap) Chold up your chin!

 

Your Chouse tumbles down,

FDo you grizzle and frown?

G7Does the wind whistle in?

Just (clap) Chold up your chin!

 

 

1. Well I Gsaw this thing a comin out of the sky,

It had Done long horn and Gone big eye,

It commenced to shakin and I Csaid “ooh-ee,

It D7looks like a Purple People Eater to me.”

 

CHORUS

It was a Gone eyed, one horned, flying purple people eater.

D7One eyed, one horned, flying purple people eater.

GOne eyed, one horned, flying purple people eater.

D7Sure looked strange to Gme.

 

2. Well he Gcame down to earth and he lit in a tree

I said D “Mr Purple People Eater, Gdon’t eat me.”

I heard him say in a Cvoice so gruff,

D7 “I wouldn’t eat you cause you’re so tough.”

 

3. I said GMr Purple People Eater, “what’s your line?”

He said “eatin purple people, and it Gsure is fine.

But that’s not the reason that I Ccame to land,

I D7wanna get a job in a rock and roll band!”

 

4. And Gthen he swung from the tree and he lit on the ground.

And he started to rock, a really Grockin around.

It was a crazy ditty with a Cswinging tune,

D7Sing bop bapa loopa lap a loom bam Gboom.

 

5. Well he Gwent on his way and then what do you know

I saw him last night on a GTV show.

He was blowing it out, really Cknockin em dead,

Playing D7rock and roll music thru the horn in his head.

 

LAST CHORUS

Well Gbless my soul, rock n roll, flying purple eater,

D7Pidgeon toed, under growed, flying purple people eater,

GHe wears short shorts, friendly little people eater,

D7What a sight to Gsee.

 


 

WOMBAT ON A SURFBOARD

 

I was Csitting on the beach one sunny day

When I Amsaw a funny figure heading my way.

He Fwalked across the golden sand

With a Gtwin-finned surfboard in his hand.

 

CHORUS

It was a Cwombat, (clap) Yeah, Yeah, Yeah!

A Amwombat, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah!

A Fwombat, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah!

A Gwombat on a Csurfboard.

 

He Cthrew off his thongs and his sunnies to,

And he Amheaded for the ocean blue.

He Fwaded through the breaking spray

GHopped on his board and paddled away.

 

He Cwaited where thee big waves soar

For a Amwave to take him back to shore

He Fsaw a good one he could use

So he Gjumped on his board and he started to cruise

 

He Fdreamed he was in Hawaii

CRiding a big wave’s crest,

He could Fhear the crowd cheering from the shore

As he Gstayed there with the Fbest.

 

CODA

A Gwombat on a Csurfboard,

A Gwombat on a Fsurf …   Cboard.


 

 

DFrog went a courting and he did go, Ah-ha, Ah-ha.

Frog went a courting and he did go, A7Ah-ha, Ah-ha.

DFrog went a courting and he did go, To the GPolice Boys Club for the big Disco,

DAh-ha,  A7Ah-ha, DAh-ha.

 

DMolly Mouse was the waiting girl, Whoo-woo, Whoo-woo,

Molly Mouse was the waiting girl, A7Whoo-woo, Whoo-woo,

DMolly Mouse was the waiting girl, He Gthought he’d give that Chick a whirl,

DWhoo-woo, A7Whoo-woo, DWhoo-woo.

 

DHe sauntered up to Molly’s side, Ah-ha, Ah-ha.

He sauntered up to Molly’s side, A7Ah-ha, Ah-ha.

DHe sauntered up to Molly’s side, And Gwhispered “Molly would you like to jive?”

DAh-ha, A7Ah-ha, DAh-ha.

 

DWell they made a real cool pair, Real Cool, Real Cool.

Well they made a real cool pair, A7Real Cool, Real Cool.

DWell they made a real cool pair, GDanced all night without a care,

DOh Yeah, A7Oh Yeah, DOh Yeah!

 

DBut at the end of the night her dad appeared, Oh No, Oh No.

But at the end of the night her dad appeared, A7Oh No, Oh No.

DBut at the end of the night her dad appeared, Said “You’d Gbetter propose or disappear,

DOh No, A7Oh No, DOh No!

 

DWell that’s it Clyde, better hit the road, get lost, shove off!

Well that’s it Clyde, better hit the road, A7Goodbye, Au-voir!

DWell that’s it Clyde, better hit the road, You Gain’t no Prince, you’re just all show,

DGoodbye, A7Farewell, DAdios!

 


 

There Gwas a man from D7Peru,

Who dreamed he was eating a Gshoe

When he Cwoke in a fright, In the Gdark of Emnight

He Am7found it was D7perfectly Gtrue.

 

Chorus:
GAye, aye, aye, Caye, in D7China they never eat Gchili
So sing me another one just
D7like the other one
Make it foolish and
Gsilly.

 

There Gwas a man from D7Kew,

Found a large mouse in his Gstew

Said the Cwaiter don’t shout, And Gwave it aEmbout

Or the Am7rest will be D7wanting one Gtoo.

 

There Gwas a goldfish named D7Pinkie,

Who went for a swim in the Gsinkie

When Cout came the plug,, It Gwhispered Emglug, glug!

I’ll Am7be in the D7sea in a Gwinkie.

 

There Gonce was a fellow named D7Tim,

whose dad never taught him to Gswim.

He Cfell off a dock, and sunk like a Emrock.

And Am7that was the D7end of Ghim.

 

There Gonce was a young girl named D7Jill,

Who was scared by the sight of a Gdrill.
She
Cbrushed every day, So her dentist would say,
“Your
Am7teeth are so D7perfect; no Gbill.”

 

There Gonce was a boy called D7Heath, Who hated to clean his Gteeth

His Cdirty face, was a real disEmgrace

But Am7he was D7lovely underGneath.

 


 

(Tune: Road to Gundagai)

                     

C There's an old fashioned G7Ford made of Crubber tin and board

                                

Along the road to G7Gunda Cgai

                                             

Well the Fradiators hissing and Chalf the engine's missing

                           

The D7oil sump's running Gdry

                                                 

There's Cwater in the petrol and Fsand in the gears

                                                    

And she Chasn't seen a garage for G7over 40 years

                                                                         

But Oh CLord!, hear her G7roar when the pedal hits the Cfloor

                                   

Along the road to G7Gunda Cgai.

 

 

DI’m Singin’ in the Rain, just singin’ in the rain,

What a glorious feeling I’m Ahappy again

STOP!

Hands together! (they echo & do motion)

A-dootin-da, a- dootin-da, a- dootin-da DA!
A-dootin-da, a- dootin-da, a- dootin-da DA!

 

 (Keep going back to the beginning, adding one motion each time and doing the "root-chy-cha" chorus. During the chorus, kids are moving to the beat.)

Keep adding more movements –

Wrists together! 

Elbows together!

Knees together....
Toes together....
Bottom out....
Head back….

Eyes closed....
Tongue out.....


 

 

Music Man:   DI am the Music Man, I A7come from far aDway. And I can A7play.

Audience:     What can you play?

All:                I can play the Pi.. an.. Do.

 

Ohhh!           DPee-a, pee-a, pee-an-o, A7pee-an-o, Dpee-an-o.

                    Pee-a, pee-a, pee-an-o, A7pee-a, pee-an-Do.

 

I can play the VIOLIN.

Ohhh!           DVi-o, vi-o, vi-o-lin, A7vi-o-lin, Dvi-o-lin.  Vi-o, vi-o, vi-o-lin, A7vi-o, vi-o-Dlin.

                    DPee-a, pee-a, pee-an-o, A7pee-an-o, Dpee-an-o.

                    Pee-a, pee-a, pee-an-o, A7pee-a, pee-an-Do.

 (repeat each of the previous versus as well)

 

I can play the JOHN HOWARD.

Ohhh!           GS, GS, GST, GST,GST.  .. GS, GS, GST, GS,GST.           ...  Vi-o ... Pee-a ...

 

I can play the QUEEN ELIZABETH.

Ohhh!           God Save Our Gracious Queen.

 

I can play the GUITAR.

Ohhh!           1, 2, 3 O'Clock, 4 O'Clock Rock.    …….  5, 6, 7 O'Clock, 8 O'Clock Rock.

 

I can play the RICKY PONTING.

Ohhh!           Cut it here, Pull it there.        …….. Cut it here, Pull it there.

 

I can play the ANDREW JOHNS.

Ohhh!           Run it here, Pass it there.   ……..                    Run it here, Pass it there.

 

I can play the MICHAEL JACKSON.

Ohhh!           (Moon Walk, while squeaking)

 

I can play the STEVIE WONDER.

Ohhh!           I just called to say  .... Where are you?

 

PICOLO:                      Pica, pica, piccolo, piccolo, piccolo, …. Pica, pica, piccolo, pica, piccolo.

SAXAPHONE:              Sax-o, sax-o, sax-o-phone, Sax-o-phone, sax-o-phone ….

BIG BASS DRUM:        Big bass, big bass, big bass drum, Big bass drum, big bass drum  ….

TROMBONE:                Oomp-pa, oomp-pa, ooomp-pa-paaaa, oomp-pa-paaaa, oomp-pa-paaa; …

 

Dam Busters: 

"I can play The Dam Busters!"

Sing the theme to The Dam Busters with arms outstretched, like bomber aircraft. OR aircraft noises

Football section:

“I can play the ‘Match of the Day’, (followed by a scarf waving section to the music of Match of the Day music.

OR just cheering and yelling


QUARTERMASTERS STORE  – extra verses

 

There were Grats, rats,

Big as Pussy Cats,

In the D7store, In the Gstore.

There were rats, rats,

Lying round on mats,

In the AmQuarter D7masters GStore.

 

CHORUS

 

My Geyes are dim, I Ccannot Amsee,

I have not bought my D7specs with me,

I Ghave not Cbought, ___ my Gspecs, ___ D7with Gme!

 

There was bread  …. Harder than your head!.. Just like lumps of lead!

There was steak…. Tough as cattle cake! .. To give you belly ache!

 

Bill, … Couldn’t stand still                       Sandy … loved lots of candy.

Mike, …Couldn’t ride a bike                             Josh … thought he was the boss.

Murf, .. Riding the wild surf                              Steve .. He would never leave.

Paul … Riding for a fall.                         Renae .. She ran far away.

Matt … He was big and fat.                             Daniel … He was a cocker spaniel.

Kelly … She had a pain in the belly.


Mice . . . running through the rice.          Snakes . . . as big as garden rakes.
Beans . . . as big as submarines.                     Gravy . . . enough to float the navy.
Cakes . . . that give us tummy aches.     Eggs . . . with scaly chicken legs.
Butter . . . running in the gutter.             Lard . . . they sell it by the yard.
Soot . . . they grow it by the foot.                     Goats . . . eating all the oats
Bees . . . with little knobby knees.          Owls . . . shredding paper towels.
Apes . . . eating all the grapes.               Turtles . . . wearing rubber girdles.
Bear . . . with curlers in its hair.              Buffalos . . . with hair between their toes.
Foxes . . . stuffed in little boxes.             Coke . . . enough to make you choke.
Pepsi . . . that gives you apoplexy.         Roaches . . . sleeping in the coaches.
Flies . . . swarming 'round the pies.        Fishes . . . washing all the dishes.
Moths . . . eating through the cloths       Scouts . . . eating brussel sprouts.
Leaders . . . slapping at the skeeters.

Bread . . . with great big lumps like lead.

Cheese . . . that makes you want to sneeze.


 

 

ROW ROW ROW YOUR BOAT          

 

Makes a good round. One verse at a time!

 

DRow, row, row your boat

Gently down the stream.

Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily,

Life is but a dream.

 

2. Row row row your boat gently down the stream

If you see a crocodile, Don’t forget to scream! (Shreik)

 

3. Row row row your boat gently down the stream

Throw your teacher overboard, And listen to her scream! (Shreik)

 

Row row row your boat gently down the stream

Ha Ha fooled you, I'm a submarine.

 

Soap soap soap and towel, soap and water please

Busily busily busily busily, scrub your dirty knees.

 

Brush, brush, brush your teeth, morning noon and night

See your dentist twice a year and you will be all right.

 

Hang, hang, hang your coat, Don't leave it on the floor

Tripping over heaps of clothes can really be a bore.

 

(A Beaver verse)

Chop, chop, chop the tree, Build your little dam,

Share, share, share the work,

Help us if you can.

 

 


 

 

 

 

It's Draining, it's pouring;

The old man is snoring.

Bumped his head

And he went to bed

And he couldn't get up in the morning.

 

GRain, Drain, Ggo Daway;

GCome Dagain some Gother Dday;

 

GLittle DJohnny Gwants to Dplay.

 

 

IT'S RAINING IT'S POURING     

 

It's Draining, it's F#mpouring;

The Gold man is Dsnoring.

He DBumped his head

And he F#mwent to bed    

And he Gcouldn't get Aup in the Dmorning.

. . .

GRain, rain, go away,

DCome again another day.

GLittle Johnny wants to play,

DRain, rain,   Ago a- Dway.

 

 


 

 

DThe other day, (The other day)

I met a bear, (I met a bear)

A great big A7bear, (A great big bear)

Away up Dthere. (Away up there)

 

CHORUS: 

DThe other day,  I met a Gbear,

A great big A7bear,  Away up Dthere.

 

DHe looked at me, I looked at him,

He sized up A7me, I sized up Dhim.

 

DHe said to me, Why don’t you run,

I see you A7ain’t, got any Dgun.

 

DAnd so I ran, Away from there,

But right be A7hind me, was that Dbear.

 

DThen up ahead, I saw a tree,

A great big A7tree, Oh mercy Dme.

 

DThe nearest branch, was ten feet up,

I had to A7jump, and trust my Dluck.

 

DAnd so I jumped, up in the air,

But I missed that A7branch, a way up Dthere.

 

DNow don’t you fret, now don’t you frown,

I caught that A7branch, On my way Ddown.

 

DThe moral to, this story is,

Don’t talk to A7bears, whilst in the Dwoods.

 

DThat’s all, That’s all, There ain’t no more,

Unless I A7meet that bear once Dmore.


 

 

KOOKABURRA SITS IN THE OLD GUM TREE

 

 

1) DKookaburra Gsits in the Dold gum tree,

Merry, merry A7king of the Dbush is he,

GLaugh, Kookaburra, DLaugh,

Kookaburra, A7Gay your life must Dbe.

 

 

2) DKookaburra Gsits in the Dold gum tree

Eating A7all the gumdrops Dhe can see

GStop, Kookaburra, DStop,

Kookaburra, A7Leave some there for Dme.

 

 

3) DKookaburra Gsits in the Dold gum tree,

Counting A7all the monkeys Dhe can see

GStop, Kookaburra, DStop,

Kookaburra, A7That's no monkey, that's Dme.

 

4) DKookaburra Gsits on the Dold barbed wire,

Jumping up and A7down with his Dpants on fire

GYELL, Kookaburra, DYELL,

Kookaburra, A7Hot your bottom must Dbe.


 

1. DWay up north where there Gis no Dsnow,

Way up where the A7big gums grow,

DLived a little termite, he loved to chew,

DHe was the founder of the A7didgeriDdoo.

 

CHORUS      DTommy the GTermite, he Dlived in the northern A7sands,

                    DTommy the GTermite, gave Dsong to the A7Arnhem DLand.

 

2. DWell the lightning flashed and it Gthundered all aDround,

A great big tree A7crashed to the ground.

DPicanninies found a branch, they Gpuffed and they blew

DOut came the music of the A7didgeriDdoo.

 

3. DTommy got married and had Glots of little Dones,

Fed them all on trees and they A7ate many tons.

DFor thousands of years they Gbred and they grew,

DEach generation making A7didgeriDdoos.

 

4. DWell it happened years ago on a Gnight so very Ddark,

Poor Tommy passed away neath a A7little bit of bark,

DThe aborigines cried when they Gcame to hear the news

DThen they sang him to Heaven with their A7didgeriDdoos.

 

LAST CHORUS

DTommy the Termite he Dlived in the northern A7sands

And the Dghost of old GTommy is Dhaunting A7Arnhem DLand.

 


 

CHORUS

Uh Dhuh, On No, don’t let the Grain come down.

Uh A7huh, On No, don’t let the Drain come down.

Uh huh, On No, don’t let the Grain come down.

My A7roof’s got a hole in it.     (Echo: My roof’s got a hole in it.)

My roof’s got a hole in it.         And I might Ddrown.

 

DThere was a crooked man

Who A7walked a crooked mile.

He found a crooked sixpence

DAgainst a crooked stile.

He bought a crooked cat

Which Gcaught a crooked mouse,

And A7they all lived together

In a crooked little Dhouse.

 

DNow this crooked little man

And his A7crooked little smile

Took his crooked sixpence

And he Dwalked a crooked mile

Brought some crooked nails

And a Gcrooked little bat

A7Tried to fix his roof,

With a rat-a-tat-tat-Dtat.

 

DNow this crooked little man

And his A7crooked cat and mouse

They all live together

In a Dcrooked little house

Has a crooked door

With a Gcrooked little latch

A7Has a crooked roof

With a crooked little Dpatch.


 

GJohn Brown’s Holden’s got a puncture in it’s tyre,

CJohn Brown’s Holden’s got a Gpuncture in it’s tyre,

John Brown’s Holden’s got a puncture in it’s tyre,

But he Cfixed it with D7chewing Ggum!

 

GChewy, chewy, chewy, chewy gum,

CChewy, chewy, chewy, Gchewy gum,

Chewy, chewy, chewy, chewy gum,

But he Cfixed it with D7chewing Ggum!

 

____ got a hole in his pants

____ can’t catch a football

____ can’t eat an icecream

____ hair is falling out

 

 

Alternate: But he Cfixed it with D7chewing Ggum D7uh Gum!

 


 

 

1. GShe'll be coming round the mountain when she comes,

            (When she comes)

    She'll be coming round the mountain when she D7comes,

            (When she comes)

    She'll be Gcoming round the mountain

    She'll be Ccoming round the mountain

    She'll be Gcoming round the D7mountain when she Gcomes,

 

            CHORUS:        GSinging Ki Yi Yippee Yippee Yi,

                                    Singing Ki Yi Yippee Yippee D7Yi, (hee, haa)

                                    Singing GKi Yi Yippee, CKi Yi Yippee,

                                    Singing GKi Yi D7Yippee Yippee GYi,

 

2. GShe'll be driving six white horses when she comes,

            (Whoa back)

3. GAnd we'll all go out to meet her when she comes,

            (Hi babe)

4. GAnd we'll kill the old red rooster when she comes,

            (Chop, chop)

5. GShe’ll be wearing red pyjamas when she comes,

          (Whistle)

6. GAnd we'll all have chicken and dumplins when she comes,

          (Yum, Yum)

7. GWe’ll all have indigection when she comes, (Blaaaaa ___h!)

 


QUARTERMASTERS STORE

 

There were Grats, rats,

Big as Pussy Cats,

In the D7store, In the Gstore.

There were rats, rats,

Lying round on mats,

In the AmQuarter D7masters GStore.

 

CHORUS

 

My Geyes are dim, I Ccannot Amsee,

I have not bought my D7specs with me,

I Ghave not Cbought, ___ my Gspecs, ___ D7with Gme!

 

There was bread  …. Harder than your head!.. Just like lumps of lead!

There was steak…. Tough as cattle cake! .. To give you belly ache!

 

Bill, … Couldn’t stand still                       Sandy … loved lots of candy.

Mike, …Couldn’t ride a bike                   Josh … thought he was the boss.

Murf, .. Riding the wild surf                              Steve .. He would never leave.

Paul … Riding for a fall.                         Renae .. She ran far away.

Matt … He was big and fat.                   Daniel … He was a cocker spaniel.

Kelly … She had a pain in the belly.


Mice . . . running through the rice.          Snakes . . . as big as garden rakes.
Beans . . . as big as submarines.                     Gravy . . . enough to float the navy.
Cakes . . . that give us tummy aches.     Eggs . . . with scaly chicken legs.
Butter . . . running in the gutter.             Lard . . . they sell it by the yard.
Soot . . . they grow it by the foot.                     Goats . . . eating all the oats
Bees . . . with little knobby knees.          Owls . . . shredding paper towels.
Apes . . . eating all the grapes.               Turtles . . . wearing rubber girdles.
Bear . . . with curlers in its hair.              Buffalos . . . with hair between their toes.
Foxes . . . stuffed in little boxes.             Coke . . . enough to make you choke.
Pepsi . . . that gives you apoplexy.         Roaches . . . sleeping in the coaches.
Flies . . . swarming 'round the pies.        Fishes . . . washing all the dishes.
Moths . . . eating through the cloths       Scouts . . . eating brussel sprouts.
Leaders . . . slapping at the skeeters.

Bread . . . with great big lumps like lead.

Cheese . . . that makes you want to sneeze.

 

Mice . . . running through the rice.
Snakes . . . as big as garden rakes.
Beans . . . as big as submarines.
Gravy . . . enough to float the navy.
Cakes . . . that give us tummy aches.
Eggs . . . with scaly chicken legs.
Butter . . . running in the gutter.
Lard . . . they sell it by the yard.
Bread . . . with great big lumps like lead.
Cheese . . . that makes you want to sneeze.
Soot . . . they grow it by the foot.
Goats . . . eating all the oats
Bees . . . with little knobby knees.
Owls . . . shredding paper towels.
Apes . . . eating all the grapes.
Turtles . . . wearing rubber girdles.
Bear . . . with curlers in its hair.
Buffalos . . . with hair between their toes.
Foxes . . . stuffed in little boxes.
Coke . . . enough to make you choke.
Pepsi . . . that gives you apoplexy.
Roaches . . . sleeping in the coaches.
Flies . . . swarming 'round the pies.
Fishes . . . washing all the dishes.
Moths . . . eating through the cloths
Scouts . . . eating brussel sprouts.
Leaders . . . slapping at the skeeters.

 

 


 

DWith my hand on my heart, what have I A7here?

This is my Brain-Boxer, my Dteacher dear.

Brain-Boxer, Nicky – Nacky – Nicky – A7Noo.

That’s what they taught me when DI went A7to Dschool.

 

Eye Peepers                     Nose Wiper                       Chatter Boxer

Chin Wagger                     Rubber Necky                             Chest Protector

Bread Basket                              Sit Me Downer                  Knobbly Knees

Beetle Crushers

 

1. maythinker,                   2. eyes, eyepeepers,         3. nose: smellboxer,

4. mouth: boykisser           5. chin: chinwagger,          6. tummy: breadbasket,

7. knees: kneeknockers     8. toes: toetappers

 

More

 

Hat checker,                               Ear flopper,                       eye blinker,

nose blower,                               food chopper,                              chin whiskers,

rubber necker,                  chest protector,                 bread basket,

 


 

GYou can’t rollerskate in a buffalo herd,

You D7can’t rollerskate in a buffalo herd,

You Gcan’t rollerskate in a buffalo herd,

But D7you can be happy if you’re a Gmind to.

CAll you gotta do, is Gput your mind to it,

DKnuckle down, Buckle down, D7Do it! Do it! Do it!

 

GYou can’t take a shower in a parakeet cage.

 

GYou can’t drive around with a tiger in your tank.

GYou can’t go fishing in a watermelon patch.

GYou can’t go swimming in a baseball pool.

GYou can’t ride behind the old school bus.

GYou can’t play up in my class.

GWe’re all good kids at Wilkin’s school.

 

 


 

COn top of SpaFghetti all covered with Ccheese

I lost my poor G7meatball when somebody Csneezed.

 

It rolled off the Ftable and onto the Cfloor

And then my poor G7meatball rolled out of the Cdoor.

 

It rolled in the Fgarden and under a Cbush

And then my poor G7meatball was nothing but Cmoosh.

 

But the moosh was as Ftasty as tasty can Cbe

And early next G7summer it grew into a Ctree.

 

The tree was all Fcovered with beautiful Cmoss

It grew lovely G7meatballs in tomato Csauce.

 

So when you get spaFghetti all covered with Ccheese

Hang onto your G7meatballs and DON'T EVER CSNEEZE!

 

A-A-A-CHOO !!

 

 

 

COn top of Mt FKeira all covered with Cblood

I shot my poor G7teacher with a 44 Cslug.

I went to her Ffuneral, I went to her Cgrave,

Instead of throwing G7flowers, I threw hand Cgrenades.

Her body went Fup! Her body went Cdown!

Her body went G7bl……….! All over the Cground!

 


 

My highland Cgoat, (echo)

Was doing Ffine, (echo)

He ate three G7shirts,

Off my back Cline.

 

I took a stick,

Gave him a Fwhack,

And tied him G7to,

The railway Ctrack.

 

The whistle blew,

The train drew Fnigh,

My highland G7goat,

Was going to Cdie.

 

I took a knife,

And cut that Frope,

And set him G7free,

My highland Cgoat.

 

 

My highland Cgoaty, oaty, oaty, oaty.

Was doing Ffiney, iney, iney, iney.

He ate three G7shirty, irty, irty, irty

Off my back Cline, iney, iney, iney.

 

ETC.


 

My Dgrandfather's A7clock was too Dlarge for the Gshelf
So it
Dstood ninety A7years on the Dfloor
It was taller by
A7half than the Dold man him Gself
And it
Dweighed not a A7penny weight Dmore
It was bought on the
A7morn of the Dday that he was Gborn
And was
Dalways his E7treasure and A7pride 
But it
Dstopped A7short Dnever to go a Ggain
When the
Dold A7man Ddied
       
Ninety
Dyears without slumbering (tick tock tick tock)
His life's seconds numbering (tick tock tick tock)

But it stopped
A7short Dnever to go a Ggain
When the
Dold A7man Ddied


 

GMy old Holden’s got a puncture in it’s tyre,

CMy old Holden’s got a Gpuncture in it’s tyre,

My old Holden’s got a puncture in it’s tyre,

But I Cfixed it with D7Chewing GGum!

 

CHORUS

Chewy, chewy, chewy, chewy gum!

CChewy, chewy, chewy, Gchewy gum!

Chewy, chewy, chewy, chewy gum!

But I Cfixed it with D7Chewing GGum!

 

……. Got a hole in his pants.

 

……. Can’t catch a football.

 

……. Can’t eat an icecream.

 

……. Hair is falling out.


 

 

DI hear thunder!

I hear thunder!

Hark, don’t you?

Hark, don’t you?

Pitter, patter raindrops,

Pitter, patter raindrops,

I’m wet through,

So are you!

 

I see blue skies,

I see blue skies,

Way up High!

Way up High!

Hurry up the sunshine

Hurry up the sunshine

I’ll soon dry!

I’ll soon dry!

 

Are you sleeping

Are you sleeping

Brother John?

Brother John?

Morning bells are ringing,

Morning bells are ringing,

Ding! Dang! Dong!

Ding! Dang! Dong!

 

Round and round the garden
Went the teddy bear
One step, two step
Tickle you under there

 

Round and Round The Haystack
Went The Little Mouse
One Step, Two Step
In His Little House

 


 

 

There Dwas a farmer had a dog,

And Bingo A7was his Dname-O.

B  I  N  G  O

A7B  I  DN  G  O

B  I  A7N  G  O

And Bingo was his Dname-O.

 

Leave out a letter with each repeat.

Clap instead of the letter.

_ INGO

_ _NGO etc.

 

 

DOld MacDonald had a farm, ee-yi, A7ee-yi, Doh,

And on that farm he had a duck, ee-yi, A7ee-yi, Doh,

With a QUACK, QUACK here, and a QUACK, QUACK there,

Here a QUACK, there a QUACK, Everywhere a QUACK! QUACK!

Old MacDonald had a farm, ee-yi, A7ee-yi, Doh,

 

Duck, cow, pig, horse, chook ….

 

Old MacDonald Had A Farm

                            

GOld MacDonald Chad a Gfarm, e-i- D7e-i- Go

And Gon this farm he Chad some Gchicks, e-i- D7e-i- Go

With a Gchick, chick here and a chick, chick there

GHere a chick, there a chick, everywhere a chick, chick

GOld MacDonald Chad a Gfarm, e-i- D7e-i- Go


 

DSix little ducks that A7I once knew,

Fat ones, skinny ones, Dfair ones too.

But the one little duck with a A7feather on his back,

He led the others with a Dquack, quack, quack!

A7Quack, quack, quack! Dquack, quack, quack!

A7He led the others with a Dquack, quack, quack!

 

DDown by the river, A7they would go,

Wibble, wobble, wibble, wobble, Dto and fro,

But the one little duck with a A7feather on his back,

He led the others with a vquack, quack, quack!

A7Quack, quack, quack! Dquack, quack, quack!

A7He led the others with a Dquack, quack, quack!

 

DHome from the river, A7they would come,

Wibble, wobble, wibble, wobble, Dho hum hum,

But the one little duck with a A7feather on his back,

He led the others with a Dquack, quack, quack!

A7Quack, quack, quack! Dquack, quack, quack!

A7He led the others with a Dquack, quack, quack!

 

 

DEencey Weency spider climbed A7up the water Dspout;

Down came the rain, And A7washed poor Eencey Dout;

Out came the sun And A7dried up all the Drain;

And the Eencey Weencey spider, A7Climbed up the spout Dagain.

 

Variation: Itsy Bitsy Spider

 


 

DLondon Bridge is falling down,

A7London Bridge is falling down,

DLondon Bridge is falling down,

A7My Fair DLady.

 

  • Build it up with Iron bars
  • Iron bars will rust and break
  • Build it up with sticks and stones
  • Sticks and stones will tumble down
  • Here’s a prisoner I have found
  • Off to prison he (she) must go
  • Have the jailer lock him (her) up

 


 

The Dfarmer in the dell, The farmer in the dell,

Hi-ho, the derry-o, The A7farmer in the Ddell.

 

The Dfarmer takes a wife, The farmer takes a wife,

Hi-ho, the derry-o, The A7farmer takes a Dwife.

 

The Dwife takes a child, The wife takes a child,

Hi-ho, the derry-o, The A7wife takes a Dchild.

 

The Dchild takes a nurse, The child takes a nurse,

Hi-ho, the derry-o, The A7child takes a Dnurse.

 

The Dnurse takes the cow, The nurse takes the cow,

Hi-ho, the derry-o, The A7nurse takes the Dcow.

 

The Dcow takes a dog, The cow takes a dog,

Hi-ho, the derry-o, The A7cow takes a Ddog.

 

The Ddog takes a cat, The dog takes a cat,

Hi-ho, the derry-o, The A7dog takes a Dcat.

 

The Dcat takes a rat, The cat takes a rat,

Hi-ho, the derry-o, The A7cat takes a Drat.

 

The Drat takes the cheese, The rat takes the cheese,

Hi-ho, the derry-o, The A7rat takes the Dcheese.

 

The Dcheese stands alone, The cheese stands alone,

Hi-ho, the derry-o, The A7cheese stands Dalone

 


 

 

DMary had a little lamb, A7little lamb, Dlittle lamb.

Mary had a little lamb, Its A7fleece was white as Dsnow.

 

DEverywhere that Mary went, A7Mary went, DMary went.

Everywhere that Mary went, The A7lamb was sure to Dgo.

 

DIt followed her to school one day, A7school one day, Dschool one day.

It followed her to school one day, A7Which was against the Drules.

 

DIt made the children laugh and play, A7laugh and play, Dlaugh and play.

It made the children laugh and play, To A7see a lamb at Dschool.

 

DMary had a little lamb, A7little lamb, Dlittle lamb.

Mary had a little lamb, Its A7fleece was black as Dsoot.

 

DEverywhere that Mary went, A7Mary went, DMary went.

Everywhere that Mary went, It’s A7sooty foot he Dput.

 

 

GMary had a little lamb, D7little lamb, Glittle lamb
Mary had a little lamb, it's
D7fleece was white as Gsnow

Everywhere that Mary went, D7Mary went, GMary went
Everywhere that Mary went, that
D7lamb was sure to Ggo

 

GIt followed her to school one day, D7school one day, Gschool one day
It followed her to school one day which
D7was against the Grules

 

GIt made the children laugh and play, D7laugh and play, Glaugh and play
It made the children laugh and play to
D7see a lamb at Gschool

 

GMary had a little lamb, D7little lamb, Glittle lamb
Mary had a little lamb, it’s D7fleece was white as Gsnow

 

 


         

DHere we go 'round the mulberry bush,

the A7mulberry bush, the mulberry bush.

DHere we go 'round the mulberry bush,

On a A7cold and frosty Dmorning.

 

DThese are the chores we'll do this week, A7Do this week, Do this week.

DThese are the chores we'll do this week, So A7early every Dmorning.

 

DThis is the way we wash our clothes, A7Wash our clothes, wash our clothes.

DThis is the way we wash our clothes, So A7early every Dmorning.

 

DThis is the way we iron our clothes, A7Iron our clothes, Iron our clothes.

DThis is the way we iron our clothes, So early Tuesday Dmorning.

 

DThis is the way we scrub the floor, A7Scrub the floor, Scrub the floor.

DThis is the way we scrub the floor, So A7early Wednesday Dmorning.

 

DThis is the way we mend our clothes, A7Mend our clothes, Mend our clothes.

DThis is the way we mend our clothes, So A7early Thursday Dmorning.

 

DThis is the way we sweep the floor, A7Sweep the floor, Sweep the floor.

DThis is the way we sweep the floor, So A7early Friday Dmorning.

 

DThis is the way we bake our bread, A7Bake our bread, Bake our bread.

DThis is the way we bake our bread, So A7early Saturday Dmorning.

 

DThis is the way we get dressed up, A7Get dressed up, Get dressed up.

DThis is the way we get dressed up, So A7early Sunday Dmorning.

 

DHere we go 'round the mulberry bush, A7The mulberry bush, The mulberry bush.

DHere we go 'round the mulberry bush, So A7early in the Dmorning.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

If you’re Dhappy and you know it Aclap your hands (clap clap)
If you’re happy and you know it
Dclap your hands (clap clap)
If you’re
Ghappy and you know it and you Dreally want to show it
If you’re
Ahappy and you know it clap your Dhands (clap clap)

 

Continue with:

  • If you’re DANGRY and you know it Astamp your feet (stomp stomp)
  • If you’re DSLEEPY and you know it Anod your head (nod nod)
  • If you’re DSAD and you know it Awipe your eyes (wipe wipe)
  • If you’re Dhappy and you know it Aclick your tongue (click click)
  • If you’re Dhappy and you know it Asnap your fingers (snap snap)
  • If you’re DPROUD and you know it Astrut about (strut strut)
  • If you’re Dhappy and you know it Ashout hooray, (Hooray!)

 

 

DJimmy cracked corn and A7I don’t care,

Jimmy cracked corn and DI don’t care,

Jimmy cracked corn and GI don’t care,

The Dmaster’s A7gone Daway.

 

Right hand up, and I don’t care,

 

Left hand up, and I don’t care,

 

Both hands up, and I don’t care,

 

Right leg hop, and I don’t care,

 

Left leg hop, and I don’t care,

 

Both legs jump, and I don’t care.

 


 

 

DThree A7blind Dmice, Three A7blind Dmice

See A7how they Drun, See A7how they Drun

They Gall run A7after the Dfarmer’s wife,

She Gcut off their A7tails with the Dcarving knife

Did you Gever A7see such a Dsight in your life

A7As Dthree A7blind Dmice?

 

 

 

 

 

 

DFive little ducks went Gout one Dday,

Over the Ghills Dand A7far away,

DMother duck said, quack, Gquack, quack, Dquack.

But only Gfour little A7ducks came Dback.

(Etc till none)

 

DSad Mother duck went Gout one Dday,

Over the Ghills Dand A7far away

DMother duck said, quack, Gquack, quack, Dquack.

And all of the Gfive little A7ducks came Dback.

 

 

DBaa, baa, black sheep, Ghave you any Dwool?

GYes sir, Dyes sir, A7three bags Dfull;

One for the master, and A7one for the Ddame,

And Done for the Glittle boy who A7lives down the Dlane.

 

DBaa, baa, white sheep, Ghave you any Dwool?

GYes sir, Dyes sir, A7three bags Dfull;

One for the jumpers, and A7one for the Dfrocks,

And Done for the Glittle girl with A7holes in her Dsocks.

 


 

DTwinkle, twinkle, Glittle Dstar,

A7How I Dwonder Awhat you Dare.

Up a A7bove the Dworld so Ahigh,

DLike a A7diamond Din the Asky.

DTwinkle, twinkle, Alittle Dstar,

A7How I Dwonder Awhat you Dare.

 

DTwinkle, twinkle, Glittle Dbat,

A7How I Dwonder Awhat you Dat.

Up a A7bove the Dworld you Afly,

DLike a A7diamond Din the Asky.

DTwinkle, twinkle, Alittle Dbat,

A7How I Dwonder Awhat you Dat.

 

DTwinkle, twinkle, Glittle Dmoon,

A7How I Dwonder Awhat you Ddoin’.

Up a A7bove the Dworld so Ahigh,

DLike a A7diamond Din the Asky.

DTwinkle, twinkle, Alittle Dmoon,

A7How I Dwonder Awhat you Ddoin’.

 

DTwinkle, twinkle, Glittle Dstar,

A7My dad’s Dgot a Amotor Dcar.

A7Turn the key Dpull the Achoke,

DOff we A7go in a Dcloud of  Asmoke.

DTwinkle, twinkle, Alittle Dstar,

A7My dad’s Dgot a Amotor Dcar.

 

 

 

 


 

                             

DHickory A7Dickory DDock

The Gmouse ran Dup the A7clock

The Gclock struck one

The Dmouse ran down

A7Hickory Dickory   DDock

 

DHickory A7Dickory DDock

The Gmouse ran Dup the A7clock

The Gclock struck two

The Dmouse said "boo"

A7Hickory Dickory DDock

                             

DHickory A7Dickory DDock

The Gmouse ran Dup the A7clock

The Gclock struck three

The Dmouse said "wee"

A7Hickory Dickory DDock

                             

DHickory A7Dickory DDock

The Gmouse ran Dup the A7clock

The Gclock struck four

The Dmouse said "no more"

A7Hickory Dickory DDock

                             

DDickery A7dickery Ddare

The Gpig flew Dup in the A7air

The Gman in brown

Soon Dbrought him down

A7Dickery dickery Ddare


 

 

DHumpty Dumpty A7sat on the Dwall,

DHumpty Dumpty A7had a great Dfall.

GAll the king's Dhorses and A7all the king's Dmen,

GCouldn't put DHumpty to-A7gether aDgain.

 

 

 

GHere we go round the mulberry bush,

The Cmulberry bush, the D7mulberry bush,

GHere we go round the mulberry bush,

On a Gcold and D7frosty Gmorning.

 

This is the way we wash our face.

 

This is the way we clap our hands.

 

This is the way we comb our hair.

 

This is the way we stamp our feet.

 

This is the way we sweep the floor.

 

This is the way we clean our teeth.

 

This is the way we chop the wood.

 


 

 

 

There Gwas an old man named D7Michael GFinnigan
D7He grew whiskers on his chinnigan
The
Gwind came up and D7blew them in a-gin
D7Poor old Michael GFinnigan, begin a-gin

There Gwas an old man named D7Michael GFinnigan
D7He fell down and broke his shinngain
GFolks said, “Mike, you’ll never D7swim a-gin”
D7Poor old Michael GFinnigan, begin a-gin

There Gwas an old man named D7Michael GFinnigan
D7He grew fat and then grew thin a-gin
GThinner than a safety D7pinnigan
D7Poor old Michael GFinnigan, begin a-gin

 

 

 

 

GHappy birthday to D7you             

Happy birthday to Gyou 

 

Happy birthday to dear Cchild’s name

 

Happy Gbirthday D7to Gyou


 

 


GHead, shoulders, knees and toes
Knees and toes.                           
GHead, shoulders, knees and Dtoes
Knees and toes and...
GEyes and ears and Cmouth and nose.
DHead, shoulders, knees and Gtoes
Knees and toes.

 

 

                                       

DA B AC D            GE F DG     GH I   DJ K             A7L M N O             DP

DQ R AS      and GT U D V         GW    DX      A7Y and       DZ

DHappy, happy       Gshall we      Dbe

GWhen we've          Dlearned our           A7A B           DC's

 

AA B C D DE F AG           E7H I AJ K EL M N O AP 
AQ R DS AT U EV            AW DX AY and EZ
ANow I know my DA-B- ACs.     E7Next time Awon't you Esing with Ame.

 

 

 


 

 

 
Well  it's Glonesome away from your Ckindred and all                                                
By the Dcampfire at night where the D7wild dingos Gcall                              
But there's nothin' so lonesome, Cmorbid or drear                                   
Than to Dstand in the bar of a D7pub with no Gbeer 
 
Now the Gpublican's anxious for the Corder to come 
And there's a Dfaraway look on the D7face of the Gbum 
The maid's gone all cranky and the Ccook's acting queer 
What a Dterrible place is a D7pub with no Gbeer 
 
Now the Gstockman rides up with his Cdry, dusty throat 
He Draces up to the bar and pulls a D7wad from his Gpoke 
But the smile on his face quickly Cturns to a sneer 
When the Dbarman says sadly: "The D7pub's got no Gbeer!" 
 
Now the Gswaggie comes in, all Ccovered with flies 
He Dthrows down his swag and rubs D7sweat from his Geyes 
But when he is told he says, C"What's this I hear? 
I've trudged Dfifty flamin' miles to a D7pub with no Gbeer!"
 
There's a Gdog on the verandah, for his Cmaster he waits 
But the Dboss is inside drinking D7wine with his Gmates 
He hurries for cover and he Ccringes in fear 
It's no Dplace for a dog round a D7pub with no Gbeer 
 
Old GBilly, the blacksmith, the first Ctime in his life 
Has Dgone home cold sober to D7his darling Gwife 
He walks in the kitchen; she says: C"You're early, Bill dear" 
Then he Dbreaks down and he tells her that the D7pub's got no Gbeer 
 
So it's Glonesome away from your Ckindred and all 
By the Dcampfire at night where the D7wild dingos Gcall 
But there's nothin' so lonesome, so Cmorbid or drear 
Than to Dstand in the bar of a D7pub with no Gbeer


CGive me a man who's a Fman among men,
Who'll
Cstow his white G7collar and Cput down his G7pen.
CWe'll blow down a mountain and Fbuild you a dam,
CBigger and better than G7old Uncle CSam!

CRoll! G7Roll! FRoll on your way!

CSnowy G7River Croll on your G7way!
CRoll on your way until FJudgement Day!
CSnowy G7River Croll.

CSometimes it's raining and Fsometimes it's hail,
CAnd sometimes it G7blows up a Cblizzardly G7gale.
CSometimes there's fire and Fsometimes there's flood,
CAnd sometimes you're up to your G7eyeballs in Cmud!

CGive me bulldozers and Ftractors 'n' hoses,
C'N' diesels to G7ease all my Ctroubles a G7way.
CWith the help of the Lord and Fgood Henry Ford
CThe Snowy will G7roll on her Cway.

CDon't bring your sweetheart unFless she's your wife,
CFor here you must G7follow a Cbachelor G7life!
CWhen woman is woman, a Fman is a fool!
CY' get much more work from a G7bow-legged Cmule.

 


 

AmDi Di Di Di GDA Di DE Di AmDi

 

AmThey sailed from port one morning the Gweather it was Amfair

A gentle breeze it pushed them and Gno one gave a Amcare

They sang and danced and Am7laughed that night and D opened up a Ekeg

They're Amout to catch the monster whale that Gtook the captain's Amleg

AmDi Di Di Di Di GDe De AmDi

 

AmThe Captain said "a piece of gold for Ghe who sees me Amwhale"

So bend your backs and row me boys I Gknow that we won't Amfail

 

Chorus

So Ambend your backs and row me lads and Gtake me to me Amwhale.

Tonite we'll sing and dance and Gtomorrow nite we'll Amsail.

We'll sail into the Am7harbour no Dprouder man ther'll Ebe;

We'll Amshow them all we captured the Gmonster from the Amsea

AmDi Di Di Di Da GDi DE Di AmDi

 

They saw the whale one morning the Gweather it was Amfair

the men were white as ghosts, the GCaptain didn't Amcare

I'll take this whale me Am7self he cried the Dweak can stay beEhind

The Amstrong can share my glory and toGnight they'll share my Ampride

AmDi Di Di Di Da GDi DE Di AmDi

 

The whale it came so closer it was Gbigger than the Amsky

They lowered down the longboat and they Gheard the captain Amcry

AmDi Di Di Di Da GDi DE Di AmDi

 

 

Chorus

 

The whale it came so close it alGmost tipped the Amboat

The captain took his spear and he Grammed it down it's Amthroat

the whale it gave a Am7mournfull cry and Dlifted it's great Etail

and Ambrought it down a crushing their Gsmall boat like a Amgale

 

(spoken) Now 100 years have passed since the GCaptain and his Ammen

went down to spend their days in GDavy Joneses' Amden

The whale it goes on Am7living but inside it Dbears a Escar

AmAnd if your ever near that place a Gvoice calls from aAmfar

 

Chorus

So Ambend your backs and row me lads and Gtake me to me Amwhale.

Tonite we'll sing and dance and Gtomorrow nite we'll Amsail.

We'll sail into the Am7harbour no Dprouder man ther'll Ebe;

We'll Amshow them all we captured the Gmonster from the Amsea