“Hello There” T:Hello there S:Hello there T:How are you? S:How are you? T:It’s so nice S:It’s so nice T:To see you S:To see you T:At Springdale S:At Springdale T:We’re happy S:We’re happy T:‘Cause we’re all here together again
T:Let me see you… Clap your hands Stamp your feet Pat your legs Tap your toes Pat your head Etc...
“I Say, You Say”
T:I say, you say S:I say, you say T:That’s the best way S:That’s the best way T:We can all play S:We can all play T:I say, you say S:I say, you say
Captain, go side track your train (Chicka-hana, chicka-hana, chicka-hana, chicka-hana) Captain, go side track your train (Chicka-hana, chicka-hana, chicka-hana, chicka-hana) The number 3 in line is comin' in on time Captain, go side track your train (Chicka-hana, chicka-hana, chicka-hana, chicka-hana)
Counting to Ten (a hand clapping game)
One, one this is fun. Two, two peek-a boo. Three, three tap your knee. Four, four here comes more. Five, five Yikes! Bee hive! Six, six cookie mix. Seven, seven up to heaven. Eight, eight stay up late. Nine, nice draw a line. Ten, ten do it again.
All Around the Daffodil
All around the daffodil 1, 2, 3.
If you want to find a friend Just choose me.
Scrapin' Up Sand
1) Scrapin' up sand in the bottom of the sea Shiloh, Shiloh. Scrapin' up sand in the bottom of the sea Shiloh, Liza Jane.
Oh, how I love her. Oh, Liza Jane! Oh, how I love her. Goodbye Liza Jane!
2) Black my boots, gonna make them shine...
3) Hopped up a chicken and it flew upstairs...
4) A hump backed mule gonna make it my ride...
We've Got the Whole World in our Hands...
One day when I was sailing, the country to explore. A storm came up and wrecked the ship and drove me to the shore.
(CHORUS) With a THUMP volarity, WHACK volarity, HOP volarity day.
Just then it was I sighted a fearsome crocodile. From the tip of his nose to the end of his tail he was 10 thousand miles. (CHORUS)
That crocodile was clearly from a different place. I had to climb a mighty pine to look into his face. (CHORUS)
I started off to sea then with every inch of sail. And going 9 knots in 10 months time I’d only reached his tail. (CHORUS)
The crocodile he yawned then and thought he had his victim. Bu I went down his throat you see, and that is how I tricked him. (CHORUS)
I traveled on 4 months or more until I reached his belly. And there were scores of stuff and stores, and plenty of jam and jelly. (CHORUS)
And for to drive my cares away I’d sing a sailing song. Soon 7 years flew by although it didn’t feel that long. (CHORUS)
His skin you see was nine miles thick or somewhere there about. It took another 20 years to find my way back out. (CHORUS)
And if you think this is not true, whenever you cross the isle If you look well you’ll see the shell of the roaring crocodile. (CHORUS)
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