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Songs for the last day of school!

Songs for the last day of school!

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    • My Father is a Garbage Man folk song
    • My father is a garbage man, a garbage man, a garbage man, My father is a garbage man, And it goes something like this: PEE-U!
    • My mother is a baker, a baker, a baker, My mother is a baker, And it goes something like this: PEE-U! Yum Yum!
    • My sister is a movie star, a movie star, a movie star, My sister is a movie star, And it goes something like this: PEE-U! Yum Yum! Whoopdie-doo!
    • My brother is a cowboy, a cowboy, a cowboy, My brother is a cowboy, And it goes something like this: PEE-U! Yum Yum! Whoopdie-doo! Yee Haw!
    • My grandpa is a train engineer, a train engineer, a train engineer, My grandpa is a train engineer, And it goes something like this: PEE-U! Yum Yum! Whoopdie-doo! Yee Haw! Toot Toot!
    • My grandma is a tickler, a tickler, a tickler, My grandma is a tickler, And it goes something like this: PEE-U! Yum Yum! Whoopdie -doo! Yee Haw! Toot Toot…
    • TICKLE! TICKLE! Tickle! Tickle! Tickle! Tickle!
    • Going Over the Sea Canadian folk song
    • When I was one I ate a bun Going over the sea.
    • I jumped aboard the sailor man’s ship, The sailor man said to me: “ Going over, going under, Stand at attention like a soldier with a 1, 2, 3!”
    • When I was two I buckled my shoe Going over the sea.
    • I jumped aboard the sailor man’s ship, The sailor man said to me: “ Going over, going under, Stand at attention like a soldier with a 1, 2, 3!”
    • When I was three I banged my knee Going over the sea.
    • I jumped aboard the sailor man’s ship, The sailor man said to me: “ Going over, going under, Stand at attention like a soldier with a 1, 2, 3!”
    • When I was four I shut the door Going over the sea.
    • I jumped aboard the sailor man’s ship, The sailor man said to me: “ Going over, going under, Stand at attention like a soldier with a 1, 2, 3!”
    • When I was five I learned to jive Going over the sea.
    • I jumped aboard the sailor man’s ship, The sailor man said to me: “ Going over, going under, Stand at attention like a soldier with a 1, 2, 3!”
    • When I was six I picked up sticks Going over the sea.
    • I jumped aboard the sailor man’s ship, The sailor man said to me: “ Going over, going under, Stand at attention like a soldier with a 1, 2, 3!”
    • When I was seven I went to heaven Going over the sea.
    • I jumped aboard the sailor man’s ship, The sailor man said to me: “ Going over, going under, Stand at attention like a soldier with a 1, 2, 3!”
    • When I was eight I learned to skate Going over the sea.
    • I jumped aboard the sailor man’s ship, The sailor man said to me: “ Going over, going under, Stand at attention like a soldier with a 1, 2, 3!”
    • When I was nine I climbed a vine Going over the sea.
    • I jumped aboard the sailor man’s ship, The sailor man said to me: “ Going over, going under, Stand at attention like a soldier with a 1, 2, 3!”
    • When I was ten I caught a hen Going over the sea.
    • I jumped aboard the sailor man’s ship, The sailor man said to me: “ Going over, going under, Stand at attention like a soldier with a 1, 2, 3!”
    • Do, Re, Mi from The Sound of Music Rodgers & Hammerstein
    • Do , a deer, a female deer. Re , a drop of golden sun Mi , a name I call myself. Fa , a long long way to run
    • So , a needle pulling thread La , a note to follow so. Ti , a drink with jam & bread That will bring us back to Do !
    • Do , a deer, a female deer. Re , a drop of golden sun Mi , a name I call myself. Fa , a long long way to run
    • So , a needle pulling thread La , a note to follow so. Ti , a drink with jam & bread That will bring us back to Do !
    • Folk Song from Mexico Don Gato (Mr. Cat)
    • Don’t worry, the song ends happily .
    • He went there to read a letter, (meow, meow, meow) Where the reading light was better, (meow, meow, meow) ‘Twas a love note for Don Gato! Oh, Señor Don Gato was a cat, On a high, red roof Don Gato sat.
    • There was not a sweeter kitty, (meow, meow, meow) In the country or the city, (meow, meow, meow) And she said she’d wed Don Gato! “ I adore you!” wrote the lady cat. Who was fluffy, white, and nice & fat.
    • Broke his ribs and all his whiskers, (meow, meow, meow) And his little solar plexus, (meow, meow, meow) “¡Ay caramba!” cried Don Gato! Oh, Don Gato jumped so happily, He fell off the roof and broke his knee .
    • And they held a consultation, (meow, meow, meow) About how to save their patient, (meow, meow, meow) How to save Señor Don Gato! Then the doctors all came on the run Just to see if something could be done.
    • Oh, it wasn’t very merry, (meow, meow, meow) Going to the cemetery, (meow, meow, meow) For the ending of Don Gato! But in spite of everything they tried, Poor Señor Don Gato up and died.
    • Though his burial was slated, (meow, meow, meow) He became re-animated! (meow, meow, meow) He came back to life, Don Gato! When the funeral passed the market square , Such a smell of fish was in the air,
    • Pick a Little, Talk a Little Good Night, Ladies from The Music Man Meredith Willson
    • Pick a little, talk a little, Pick a little, talk a little, Cheep cheep cheep, Talk a lot, pick a little more, Pick a little, talk a little, Pick a little, talk a little, Cheep cheep cheep, Talk a lot, pick a little more,
    • Pick a little, talk a little, Pick a little, talk a little, Cheep cheep cheep, Talk a lot, pick a little more, Pick a little, talk a little, Pick a little, talk a little, Cheep cheep cheep cheep…
    • Good night, ladies. Good night, ladies. Good night, ladies, We’re going to leave you now.
    • Both songs together = Partner Songs
    • I Will D.A.R.E. Teresa Jennings
    • People can tell me what they’ve done . Maybe some things, maybe none. But people can’t tell me what to do . I will choose the way that’s true- for me.
    • Don’t want to fall into the trap. Don’t want to be somebody’s sap. I’m better than that. I’ll go to the mat to prove I can be drug free! Yeah, yeah!
    • D! I won’t do drugs! A! Won’t have an attitude! R! I will respect myself! E! I will educate me! (2 times)
    • Now! (8 beats)
    • People can tell me what they know . I will listen as I go. But people can’t take my mind away. Only I- can have a say- in me.
    • Don’t have to follow others’ path. Don’t have to know their aftermath. My mind is my own! I’ll reap what I’ve sown! I know I can be drug free! Yeah, Yeah!
    • D! I won’t do drugs! A! Won’t have an attitude! R! I will respect myself! E! I will educate me! (2 times)
    • Now! Check your attitude at the door…(4 times)
    • I’m gonna beat the odds. I won’t do drugs. I won’t give in. I’m gonna call the shots in my life. And I’m gonna win. Check your attitude at the door…(4 times)
    • Don’t push me. Don’t press me. Don’t call me friend when all you wanna do is drag me down. It’s time for this to end! Check your attitude at the door…(4 times)
    • Check your attitude at the door! I do not want to score! I only want to win in this drug war! Check your attitude at the door…(4 times) (  ) D.A.R.E!
    • D! I won’t do drugs! A! Won’t have an attitude! R! I will respect myself! E! I will educate me! (4 times)
    • Now! Now!
    • (  ) D.A.R.E! (  ) I will dare! Dare!