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M4 World   ·  Michael Finnigan   ·  Apple Tree   ·  Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree   ·  Can You Clap   ·  Trot Along   ·  Down to the Baker's Shop   ·  I Hear Thunder   ·  Rain Rain/It's Raining   ·  If All the Raindrops   ·  Muffin Man/Old King Cole/Pat a Cake   ·  Noble Duke of York   ·  I Have a Little Turtle   ·  Hey Diddle Diddle/Five Little Monkeys   ·  Itsy Bitsy Spider   ·   Have You Ever Seen a Lassie?   ·  Pop Goes the Weasel   ·  Cuckoo/One Two   ·  All the Fish   ·  Show Me Your Elbow   ·  Where Is Thumbkin?   ·  Open Shut Them   ·  My Bonnie   ·  Bye Bye Baby   ·  I See the Moon   ·  Fais Do Do

Michael Finnigan (trad)
There was an old man named Michael Finnigan
He had whiskers on his chinnigan
They blew off and then grew in again
Poor old Michael Finnigan, begin again.

Apple Tree (trad)
Way up high in the apple tree,
Two red apples smiled at me.
I shook that tree as hard as I could.
Down came the apples.
Mmmmm, they're good!>

Can You Clap (Sue Schnitzer)
Can you clap, clap, clap? (twice)
Can you clap, clap, clap your hands?
Clap fast.  Clap slow.
Can you clap, clap, clap your hands?

Can you pat your legs? (twice)
Can you pat, pat, pat your legs?
Pat softly.  Pat softer.
Can you pat, pat, pat your legs?

Can you stamp your feet? (twice)
Can you stamp, stamp, stamp your feet?
Stamp fast.  Stamp faster!
Can you stamp, stamp, stamp your feet?

Can you dance? (twice)
Can you dance, can you dance around?
Do ballet.  And tap.
Then twirl and sit back down.

Can you eat? (twice)
Can you eat some macaroni and cheese?
Corn on the cob,  And an ice cream cone.
And wash it all down with milk.

Can you sing? (twice)
Can you sing, can you sing a song?
Sing high.  Sing low.
Can you sing, can you sing this song?

A, B, C, …

Trot Along
Trot along to Boston
Trot along to Lynn
You'd better watch out
Or you might fall in.

Trot along to London
Trot along to Dover
You'd better watch out
Or you might fall over.

Down to the Baker’s Shop (trad)
Down to the baker’s shop, hop, hop, hop.
For my mother said, “Buy a loaf of bread.”
Down to the baker’s shop, hop, hop, hop.

I Hear Thunder
I hear thunder, I hear thunder.
Boom, boom, boom. (repeat)
Pitter, patter raindrops (repeat)
I’m soaked through
So are you.

Rain, Rain/It’s Raining (trad)
Rain, rain, go away
Come again some other day.
Sunshine, come our way
So we can go out and play.

It’s raining, it’s pouring
The old man is snoring
Went to bed and he bumped his head
And he didn’t get up until morning.

If All the Raindrops (trad)
If all the raindrops were lemondrops and gumdrops
Oh, what a rain that would be.
I’d stand outside with my mouth open wide
Ah,….
If all the raindrops were lemondrops and gumdrops
Oh, what a rain that would be.

If all the snowflakes were candy bars and milkshakes ...

If all the sunbeams were bubble gum and ice cream ...

Muffin Man/Pat a Cake (trad)
Oh, do you know the muffin man,
The muffin man, the muffin man.
Oh, do you know the muffin man,
Who lives on Drury Lane. 

Oh, yes, I know …

Old King Cole was a merry old soul
And a merry old soul was he.
He called for his pipe and he called for his bowl
And he called for his fiddlers three.

And they played
Pat a cake, pat a cake, bakers man
Bake me a cake as fast as you can
Roll it and pat it and mark it with a “B”,
And put it in the oven for baby and me.

Noble Duke of York (trad, bouncing song)
Oh, the noble Duke of York
He had ten thousand men
He marched them up to the top of the hill
And marched them down again.
And when they’re up, they’re up.
And when they’re down, they’re down.
And when they’re only halfway up,
They’re neither up nor down.

Oh, the noble Duke of York
He had ten thousand men
He marched them up to the top of the hill
And marched them down again.
He marched them to the left.
He marched them to the right.
He even marched them upside down.
Oh, what a silly sight!

I Had a Little Turtle (trad)
I had a little turtle, his name was Tiny Tim
I put him in the bathtub to see if he could swim
He drank up all the water, and ate up all the soap
And now he’s sick in bed with bubbles in his throat.
Oh, bubble, bubble, bubble, … Pop!

Hey Diddle Diddle/Five Little Monkeys
Hey diddle diddle, the cat and the fiddle
The cow jumped over the moon
The little dog laughed to see such sport
And the dish ran away with the spoon.

There were five little monkeys jumping on the bed
One fell off and bumped his head
Mama called the doctor and the doctor said,
“No more monkeys jumping on the bed.”

Itsy Bitsy Spider (trad)
The itsy bitsy spider climbed up the water spout
Down came the rain and washed the spider out.
Out came the sun and dried up all the rain
And the itsy bitsy spider climbed up the spout again.

Great big hairy spider.

Eensy weensy spider.

Have You Ever Seen a Lassie? (trad, Scotland)
Have you ever seen a lassie, a lassie, a lassie?
Have you ever seen a lassie go this way and that?
Go this way and that way and this way and that way.
Have you ever seen a lassie go this way and that?

Pop, Goes the Weasel (trad)
All around the cobblers bench
The monkey chased the weasel.
The monkey thought ‘twas all in fun.
Pop goes the weasel.

Cuckoo
Cuckoo, where are you?

1,2, tie my shoe.
3,4, shut the door.
5,6, pick up sticks.
7,8, lay them straight.
9,10, start again.

All the Fish (trad)
All the fish are swimming in the water,
Swimming in the water, swimming in the water.
All the fish are swimming in the water,
Bubble, bubble, … splash!

Ducks - quacking in the water …

Frogs - hopping in the water …

Alligators - snapping in the water …

Seagulls - flying over the water …

Children - swimming in the water …

Show Me Your Elbow (trad)
Show me your elbow,
To di deedle dum, to di deedle dum
Show me your elbow
To di deedle dum, dum.

Where Is Thumbkin? (trad, tune: Frere Jacques)
Where is thumbkin, Where is thumbkin?
Here I am.  Here I am.
How are you today, sir?
Very well, I thank you.
Run away.  Run away.

Pointer

Tall Man (or middle)

Ringer

Pinky

Open, Shut Them (trad)
Open, shut them. Open, shut them.
Give a little clap, clap, clap.
Open, shut them, open, shut them,
Place them in your lap, lap, lap.
Creep them, crawl them.  Creep them, crawl them
Right up to your chinny chin chin.
Open wide your little mouth and
Do not let them in.

My Bonnie (trad, Scotland)
My bonnie lies over the ocean
My bonnie lies over the sea
My bonnie lies over the ocean
Please bring back my bonnie to me.
Bring back, bring back,
Oh, bring back my bonnie to me, to me.
Bring back, bring back,
Oh, bring back my bonnie to me, to me.

Bye Bye Baby (trad, additional verse by S. Schnitzer)
Bye bye baby, baby bye. (repeat)

Goodnight baby, baby bye. (repeat)

I See the Moon (trad)
I see the moon and the moon sees me
We’re both as happy as we can be.

Fais Do Do
Instrumental


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