What We Are Singing

  • Two Little Apples
    Two little apples hanging on the tree, Two little apples smiling at me. So I shook that tree as hard as I could. Down came the apples. Yum, yum, good!
  • September Passing By
    It's golden in the treetops, It's golden in the sky, It's golden, golden, golden, September is passing by.
  • Summer Goodbye
    Summer goodbye, summer goodbye, You may no longer stay, autumn is on its way. Summer goodbye, summer goodbye.
  • The Apple Tree
    Here is an apple tree, I look up and I can see. Big red apples ripe and sweet, big red apples good to eat. Shake the big old apple tree, see the apples fall on me! Here's a basket big and round, pick the apples from the ground. Here's an apple ripe and sweet, that's the apple I will eat.
  • Oh, what a beautiful morning
    There's a bright golden haze on the meadow, There's a bright golden haze on the meadow, The corn is as high as an elephant's eye, An' it looks like its climbin' clear up to the sky. Chorus: Oh what a beautiful morning, Oh what a beautiful day, I've got a wonderful feeling, Everything's going my way. All the cattle are standing like statues, All the cattel are standing like statues, They don't turn their heads as they see me ride by. But a little brown mav'rick is winking her eye. Repeat Chorus
  • Summertime
    Summertime, And the livin' is easy Fish are jumpin' And the cotton is high Oh, Your daddy's rich And your mamma's good lookin' So hush little baby Don't you cry
  • Sunflower
    Sunflower, sunflower, yellow and round. You are the prettiest flower I've found. Tall, thin, full of grace. I like the light of your bright shiny face.
  • Deep in the Heart of Texas
    The stars at night - are big and bright Deep in the heart of texas. The prairie sky - is wide and high Deep in the heart of texas. The sage in bloom - is like perfume Deep in the heart of texas. Reminds me of - the one I love Deep in the heart of texas. The cowboys cry - ki-yip-pie-yi Deep in the heart of texas. The rabbits rush - around the brush Deep in the heart of texas. The coyotes wail - along the trail Deep in the heart of texas. The doggies bawl - and bawl and bawl Deep in the heart of texas.
  • Bluebonnets
    Bluebonnets, bluebonnets with your coat so blue. Your bright eyes are shining through the silvery dew. I know you're a dolly offered for the rain. I know you'll come back again to Texas in the Spring.
  • Little Bunny Foo Foo
    Little bunny Foo Foo hopping through the forest, Scooping up the field mice and tapping them on the head. Down came the Good Fairy, and she said "Little bunny Foo Foo I don't want to see you scooping up the field mice and tapping them on the head."
  • What Is It?
    Tall ears, Twinkly nose, Tiny tail, And -- hop, he goes! What is he? Can you guess? I feed him carrots And watercress. His ears are long, His tail is small. And he doesn't make any Noise at all! Tall ears, Twinkly nose, Tiny tail, And -- hop, he goes!
  • Grassy, grass, grass
    Grass grass grass, tree tree tree, leafy leaf leaf, one two three. Birdy birdy bird, fly fly fly, nest nest nest, high high high. Cloudy cloudy cloud, wind wind wind, rain rain rain, mud mud mud, Doggie doggie, dog runy run run, quickie quick quick, homey home home. Bedy bed bed sheety sheet sheet, sleepy sleep sleep, dreamy dream dream. Dancie dance dance, singy sing sing, grow grow grow, biggy big big.
  • Growing Song
    A farmer once planted some little brown seeds with a pit a pat, pit a pat, pat a pat, pat. He watered them often and pulled out the weeds, with a tug, and a tug, and a tug, tug, tug. The seeds grew tall and green in the sun with a push, push here, and a push, push, there. And a beautiful plant grew from each one.
  • Spring Is Coming
    Spring is coming, spring is coming. Birdies build your nest. Weave together straw and feather. Doing each your best. Doing each your best. Spring is coming, spring is coming. Flowers are waking too. Daisies, lillies, daffodils. All are coming through. All are coming through.
  • John the Rabbit
    Oh, John the rabbit, Yes, Ma’am. Got a mighty habit, Yes, Ma’am. Jumping in my garden, Yes Ma’am. Cutting down my cabbage, Yes Ma’am. My sweet potatoes, Yes Ma’am. My fresh tomatoes, Yes Ma’am. And if I live, Yes Ma’am. To see next fall, Yes, Ma’am. I ain’t gonna have, Yes Ma’am No garden at all, No Ma’am.
  • Under the Big Chestnut Tree
    Under the big chestnut tree. You and me. We are playing happily. Under the big chestnut tree. Ookina kuri no ki no shita de Anata to watashi Nakayoku asobimashou Ookina kuri no ki no shita de.
  • Bling Blang
    You get a hammer and I'll get a nail; You catch a bird and I'll catch a snail; You bring a board and I'll bring a saw, and we'll build a house for the ba-by-o CHORUS: Bling blang, ham-mer with my ham-mer, Zingo zango cutting with my saw. I'll grab some mud and you grab some clay So when it rains it won't wash away. We'll build a house that'll be so strong, The winds will sing my baby a song. CHORUS Run bring rocks and I'll bring bricks. A nice pretty house we'll build and fix. We'll jump inside when the cold wind blows And kiss our pretty little baby-o. CHORUS You bring a ladder and I'll get a box. Build our house out of bricks and blocks. When the snowbird flies and the honeybee comes, We'll feed our baby on honey in the comb. CHORUS
  • The Friendly Beasts
    Jesus, our brother, strong and good. Was humbly born in a stable rude. And the friendly beasts around him stood. Jesus, our brother, strong and good. "I," said the donkey, shaggy and brown."I carried his mother up hill and down. I carried his mother to Bethlehem town." "I," said the donkey, shaggy and brown. "I," said the cow, all white and red. "I gave him my manger for his bed. I gave him my hay to pillow his head." "I," said the cow, all white and red. "I," said the sheep with a curly horn. "I gave him my wool for his blanket warm. He wore my coat on Christmas morn." "I," said the sheep with curly horn. "I," said the dove from the rafters high, "I cooed Him to sleep that He should not cry; We cooed Him to sleep, my mate and I." "I," said the dove from the rafters high. Thus every beast by some good spell In the stable dark was glad to tell Of the gift he gave Emmanuel, The gift he gave Emmanuel.
  • Oh, Where Do You Come From?
    Oh, where do you come from you little flakes of snow? Falling, falling, softly falling on the earth below. On the trees and on the bushes on the mountains afar. Tell me snowflake do you come from where the angels are?
  • Old Man Winter
    Old Man Winter came out to play and said I gonna make this a very cold day. So he blew to the South. Whoosh! To the East. Whoosh! To the West. Whoosh! But when he blew to the North. Whoosh! He said, "That's the best!" The Old North Wind is my very best friend. And when we play we make a very, very, very, very, very cold day! Brrrrr!
  • Jack Frost
    Jack Frost is very small I'm sure he's out today and he is busy pinching me when I go out to play. Jack Frost, he pinched my fingers. Jack Frost, he pinched my toes. So I ran into my house and I shut the door and that little Jack Frost couldn't pinch me anymore.
  • I Go Outside With My Lantern
    I go outside with my lantern, my lantern goes with me. Above us shine the stars so bright, down here on earth shine we. So shine my light in the still dark night, Labimmel, Labammel, Laboom. 'Neath heaven's dome till we go home, Labimmel, Labammel, Laboom. We walk with our little lanterns, our lanterns so shiny bright. We wander through the darkness, with winking, twinkling lights. Like stars that swing are the lanterns we bring, Labimmel, Labammel, Laboom. 'Neath heaven's dome till we go home, Labimmel, Labammel, Laboom.
  • Glimmer, Lantern Glimmer
    Glimmer, lantern, glimmer Little stars a-shimmer Over meadow, moor and dale Flitter, flutter, elfin veil Pee-wit, pee-wit, tikka-tikka-tik Rucoo, rucoo. Glimmer, lantern, glimmer Little stars a-shimmer Over rock and stock and stone Wandering, skipping, little gnome Pee-wit, pee-wit, tikka-tikka-tik Rucoo, rucoo.
  • Over the River and Through the Woods
    Over the river, and through the wood, To Grandfather's house we go; the horse knows the way to carry the sleigh through the white and drifted snow. Over the river, and through the wood—oh, how the wind does blow! It stings the toes and bites the nose as over the ground we go. Over the river, and through the wood—and straight through the barnyard gate, We seem to go extremely slow, it is so hard to wait! Over the river, and through the wood—now Grandmother's cap I spy! Hurrah for the fun! Is the pudding done? Hurrah for the pumpkin pie!
  • Round Little Acorn
    Round little acorn tumbled into the pond. Stuck there at the bottom. "Oh my, goodness me." Baby fish came upon him, "How do you do? Little acorn boy won't you play with me?"
  • Frisky Wisk
    Frisky Whisk Frisky Whisk the squirrel winks his funny eye. Turns around and scampers just for a surprise. Now I see him hiding way up in the tree. Funny Mr. Squirrel won't you play with me?
  • Leaves Are Falling
    Leaves Are Falling Leaves are falling, softly floating, tumbling to the ground. Orange, red, brown, yellow, orange, tumbling to the ground.
  • Late Autumn Circle
    The wind is blowing to and fro, The leaves are falling down, The winter's snow is on its way, The light of day is gone. I'm the wind, I breeze and blow, Mmm--mm, Mm--mm Listen, listen, how I whisper, Mm--mm, Mm--mm, In the tree, listen to me. Here comes a squirrel on scampering feet. Looking for acorns and nuts to eat. Repeat I'm the Wind... Little Chipmunk scurries away Through the leaves so red and gray. Where will he go for winter's rest? In his cozy little nest.
  • Patty Cake
    Patty Cake Patty cake, patty cake baker's man. Bake me a cake as fast as you can. Pat it and prick it and mark it with a "t". And put it in the oven for baby and me. For baby and me, for baby and me. Put it in the oven for baby and me.
  • When I was a farmer, I sowed the wheat, sowed the wheat, sowed the wheat. When I was a farmer I sowed the wheat, sowed the wheat today. And now the farmer will mow the wheat, mow the wheat, mow the wheat. When I was a farmer I mowed the wheat, mowed the wheat today. And now the miller will grind the wheat, grind the wheat, grind the wheat. When I was a miller I ground the wheat, ground the wheat today. And now the baker will stir the bread, stir the bread, stir the bread. When I was a baker I stirred the bread, stirred the bread today. And now the baker will bake the bread, bake the bread, bake the bread in the big oven. When I was baker I baked the bread, baked the bread today. And now we all give thanks for the bread, Mm-m-m - delicious.
  • Autumn Has Come To Country and Town
    Autumn has come to country and town. Wearing its garments of golden and brown. Apples she brings us so round and so red. Brings us our corn that we bake our bread.
  • Autumn Showers, Autumn Rain
    Autumn showers, Autumn rain, Wash the apples clean again, Wash the apples clean again.
  • Two Little Apples
    Two little apples, sitting on a tree. Two little apples, smiling at me. So I shook that tree as hard as I could. Down came the apples, yum, yum good.
  • Let's Tidy Up
    Let's tidy up, let's tidy up. Let's put all our work away. Let's tidy up, so tomorrow we'll be ready for work and play. Let's put all things away, everything in it's place. Let's put all our work away, all in a snap, like that!
  • 10 Little Fingers
    I have 10 little fingers and they all belong to me. I can make them do things would you like to see? I fold them up tight or open them wide. Hold them in front or make them all hide. I can put them up high! I can put them down low. Place them in front and fold them just so.
  • This Is My School
    This is my school. My place to work and play. My friends and I are living out each day. Washing a table, polishing a cup, everyday I'm growing up. This is my school, my place to work and play.

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10/12/2013

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