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(chimes twinkle) (“Going on a Lion Hunt”) ♫ Going on a lion hunt,
going on a lion hunt ♫ Gonna snap a big one,
gonna snap a big one ♫ I’m not scared
♫ I’m not scared ♫ What a beautiful day,
what a beautiful day ♫ Oh no
♫ Oh no ♫ Tall grass, tall grass ♫ Can’t go over it, can’t go over it ♫ Can’t go under it, can’t go under it ♫ Can’t go around it, can’t go around it ♫ Have to go through it,
have to go through it ♫ Swish, swish
♫ Swish, swish ♫ Going on a lion hunt,
going on a lion hunt ♫ Gonna snap a big one,
gonna snap a big one ♫ I’m not scared
♫ I’m not scared ♫ What a beautiful day,
what a beautiful day ♫ Oh no
♫ Oh no ♫ A river, a river ♫ Can’t go over it, can’t go over it ♫ Can’t go under it, can’t go under it ♫ Can’t go around it, can’t go around it ♫ Have to go through it,
have to go through it ♫ Splash splash
♫ Splash splash ♫ Going on a lion hunt,
going on a lion hunt ♫ Gonna snap a big one,
gonna snap a big one ♫ I’m not scared
♫ I’m not scared ♫ What a beautiful day,
what a beautiful day ♫ Oh no
♫ Oh no ♫ A cave, a cave ♫ Can’t go over it, can’t go over it ♫ Can’t go under it, can’t go under it ♫ Can’t go around it, can’t go around it ♫ Have to go through it,
have to go through it ♫ Shh shh
♫ Shh shh ♫ Going on a lion hunt,
going on a lion hunt ♫ Gonna snap a big one,
gonna snap a big one ♫ I’m not scared
♫ I’m not scared ♫ What a beautiful day,
what a beautiful day ♫ Oh no
♫ Oh no ♫ A lion, a lion ♫ Back through the cave ♫ Shh, shh, shh, shh ♫ Back through the river ♫ Splash splash
♫ Splash splash ♫ Back through the long grass ♫ Swish swish
♫ Swish swish ♫ Phew, we’re home safely (“Five Little Birds”) ♫ One, two, three, four ♫ Five little birds went flying one day ♫ Over the hills and far away ♫ When mother bird said
tweet, tweet, tweet ♫ Only four birds came to the tree ♫ One, two three ♫ Four little birds went flying one day ♫ Over the hills and far away ♫ When mother bird said
tweet, tweet, tweet ♫ Only three birds came to the tree ♫ One, two ♫ Three little birds went flying one day ♫ Over the hills and far away ♫ When mother bird said
tweet, tweet, tweet ♫ Only two birds came to the tree ♫ One, two little birds
went flying one day ♫ Over the hills and far away ♫ When mother bird said
tweet, tweet, tweet ♫ Only one bird came to the tree ♫ One little bird went flying one day ♫ Over the hills and far away ♫ When mother bird said
tweet, tweet, tweet ♫ No little birds came to the tree ♫ Sad mother bird when flying one day ♫ Over the hills and far away ♫ When papa bird said tweet ♫ All the birds came flying to the tree (“Things That Go Slow”) ♫ The oak tree grows slowly ♫ The snail slithers slowly down the leaf ♫ The turtle below ♫ Is traveling quite slow ♫ And the sloth likes to take things easy ♫ Sometimes slow is the way to go ♫ Some things are better done slow (gentle music) ♫ The oak tree grows slowly ♫ The snail slithers slowly down the leaf ♫ The turtle below is traveling quite slow ♫ And the sloth likes to take things easy ♫ Sometimes slow is the way to go ♫ Some things are better done slow (“Daisy”) ♫ There was a farmer who had a cow ♫ And Daisy was her namesy ♫ D-A-I-S-Y ♫ D-A-I-S-Y ♫ D-A-I-S-Y ♫ And Daisy was her namesy Now leave out the D and clap instead! ♫ There was a farmer who had a cow ♫ And Daisy was her namesy ♫ (clap) A-I-S-Y ♫ (clap) A-I-S-Y ♫ (clap) A-I-S-Y ♫ And Daisy was her namesy This time, leave out the D and the A. ♫ There was a farmer who had a cow ♫ And Daisy was her namesy ♫ (clap, clap) I-S-Y ♫ (clap, clap) I-S-Y ♫ (clap, clap) I-S-Y ♫ And Daisy was her namesy Now, just say the S and the Y. ♫ There was a farmer who had a cow ♫ And Daisy was her namesy ♫ (clap, clap, clap) S-Y ♫ (clap, clap, clap) S-Y ♫ (clap, clap, clap) S-Y ♫ And Daisy was her namesy Next, just say the letter Y. ♫ There was a farmer who had a cow ♫ And Daisy was her namesy ♫ (clap, clap, clap-clap) Y ♫ (clap, clap, clap-clap) Y ♫ (clap, clap, clap-clap) Y ♫ And Daisy was her namesy Now just clap. ♫ There was a farmer who had a cow ♫ And Daisy was her namesy (clapping to the rhythm) ♫ And Daisy was her namesy (“Five Little Kittens Jumping on the Bed”) ♫ Five little kittens jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped her head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ Four little kittens jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped her head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ Three little kittens jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped her head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ Two little kittens jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped her head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ One little kitten jumping on the bed ♫ She fell off and bumped her head ♫ Mother called the
doctor and the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed (“Rig A Jig Jig”) ♫ As I was walking down the street ♫ Down the street, down the street ♫ Me and my friend I happened to meet ♫ Hi-ho, hi-ho, hi-ho ♫ Rig-a-jig-jig and away we go ♫ Away we go, away we go ♫ Rig-a-jig-jig and away we go ♫ Hi-ho, hi-ho, hi-ho ♫ As I was walking down the street ♫ Down the street, down the street ♫ Jakis my friend I happened to meet ♫ Hi-ho, hi-ho, hi-ho ♫ Rig-a-jig-jig and away we go ♫ Away we go, away we go ♫ Rig-a-jig-jig and away we go ♫ Hi-ho, hi-ho, hi-ho ♫ As I was walking down the street ♫ Down the street, down the street ♫ Cow my friend I happened to meet ♫ Hi-ho, hi-ho, hi-ho ♫ Rig-a-jig-jig and away we go ♫ Away we go, away we go ♫ Rig-a-jig-jig and away we go ♫ Hi-ho, hi-ho, hi-ho ♫ As I was walking down the street ♫ Down the street, down the street ♫ Pig my friend I happened to meet ♫ Hi-ho, hi-ho, hi-ho ♫ Rig-a-jig-jig and away we go ♫ Away we go, away we go ♫ Rig-a-jig-jig and away we go ♫ Hi-ho, hi-ho, hi-ho (“Pussy Cat Pussy Cat”) ♫ Pussy cat, pussy cat,
where have you been ♫ I’ve been to London
to see the fair queen ♫ Pussy cat, pussy cat,
what did you do there ♫ I chased a little mouse
right under the chair ♫ Pussy cat, pussy cat,
where have you been ♫ I’ve been to London
to see the fair queen ♫ Pussy cat, pussy cat,
what did you do there ♫ I chased a little mouse
right under the chair (“Humpty Dumpty”) ♫ Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall ♫ Humpty Dumpty had a great fall ♫ All the king’s horses
and all the king’s men ♫ Couldn’t put Humpty together again ♫ Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall ♫ Humpty Dumpty had a great fall ♫ All the king’s horses
and all the king’s men ♫ Couldn’t put Humpty together again ♫ Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall ♫ Humpty Dumpty had a great fall ♫ All the king’s horses
and all the king’s men ♫ Couldn’t put Humpty together again (“Dinosaur Song”) – [Girl] Dinosaurs lived a long time ago. ♫ Some dinosaurs had sharp claws ♫ Some had scaly skin ♫ Some dinosaurs stomped the ground ♫ And some of them flew around ♫ So many different dinosaurs ♫ So many things to learn ♫ I’d like to be a dinosaur ♫ And roam upon the earth ♫ Some dinosaurs had long necks ♫ Some had spiky tails ♫ Some dinosaurs had sharp teeth ♫ And some ate leafy greens ♫ So many different dinosaurs ♫ So many things to learn ♫ I’d like to be a dinosaur ♫ And roam upon the earth (“Number 2 Song”) ♫ I have two gloves for my two hands ♫ Two socks that warm my feet ♫ I have two shoes I love so much ♫ Two bows I tie so neat ♫ Can you sing a song about the number two ♫ Will you count one, two with me ♫ There’s so many nice
things about the number two ♫ So many nice things you see (jolly music) ♫ I have two ears that help me hear ♫ Two headphones play a beat ♫ I have two eyes that help me see ♫ I close when I’m asleep ♫ Can you sing a song about the number two ♫ Will you count one two with me ♫ There’s so many nice
things about the number two ♫ So many nice things you see (“Three Blind Mice”) ♫ Three blind mice, three blind mice ♫ See how they run, see how they run ♫ They all run away from the farmer’s wife ♫ Got into the spaceship to take a ride ♫ Did you ever see such
a sight in your life ♫ As three blind mice ♫ Three blind mice, three blind mice ♫ Crash on the moon, crash on the moon ♫ The moon was covered in cheese so high ♫ And nobody knew the reason why ♫ Did you ever see such
a sight in your life ♫ As three blind mice ♫ Three blind mice, three blind mice ♫ With full tummies, with full tummies ♫ All of them at too
much cheese that night ♫ With little moon left after every bite ♫ Did you ever see such
a sight in your life ♫ As three blind mice ♫ Three blind mice, three blind mice ♫ Return to the earth, return to the earth ♫ Their mommy asked them,
“Where is the moonlight” ♫ The moon has shrunk
to a crescent tonight ♫ Did you ever hear such
a thing in your life ♫ As three blind mice (“Wheels on the Bus”) ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ Round and round, round and round ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ All through the town ♫ Daisy on the bus says what’s that sound ♫ What’s that sound, what’s that sound ♫ Daisy on the bus says what’s that sound ♫ All through the town ♫ The cars then let the firetruck through ♫ Firetruck through, firetruck through ♫ The cars then let the firetruck through ♫ All through the town ♫ The cat in the tree says meow-meow-meow ♫ Meow-meow-Meow, meow-meow-meow ♫ The cat in the tree
says meow, meow, meow ♫ All through the town ♫ The fireman says now please don’t move ♫ Please don’t move, please don’t move ♫ The fireman says now please don’t move ♫ All through the town ♫ The cat in the tree has been rescued ♫ Been rescued, been rescued ♫ The cat in the tree has been rescued ♫ All through the town ♫ The people gathered
round are now cheering ♫ Now cheering, now cheering ♫ The people gathered
round are now cheering ♫ All through the town (“The Muffin Man”) ♫ Do you know the muffin man ♫ The muffin man, the muffin man ♫ Do you know the muffin man ♫ Who lives on Drewery Lane ♫ Yes I know the muffin man ♫ The muffin man, the muffin man ♫ Yes I know the muffin man ♫ Who lives on Drewery Lane ♫ Do you know the muffin man ♫ The muffin man, the muffin man ♫ Do you know the muffin man ♫ Who lives on Drewery Lane ♫ Yes I know the muffin man ♫ The muffin man, the muffin man ♫ Yes I know the muffin man ♫ Who lives on Drewery Lane (“Diddle Diddle Dumpling, My Son John”) ♫ Diddle diddle dumpling, my son John ♫ Went to bed with his trousers on ♫ One shoe off and the other shoe on ♫ Diddle diddle dumpling,
diddle diddle dumpling, ♫ Diddle diddle dumpling, my son John ♫ Diddle diddle dumpling, my son John ♫ Went to bed with his trousers on ♫ One shoe off and the other shoe on ♫ Diddle diddle dumpling,
diddle diddle dumpling, ♫ Diddle diddle dumpling, my son John (“Tell Time Song”) ♫ When the long hand points to the top ♫ The short hand points to the hour ♫ This is how we read the clock ♫ This is how we know what time it is ♫ One o’clock, two o’clock ♫ Three o’clock, four o’clock ♫ Five o’clock, six o’clock ♫ Seven o’clock, eight o’clock ♫ Nine o’clock, ten o’clock ♫ Eleven o’clock, twelve o’clock ♫ When the long hand points to the top ♫ The short hand points to the hour ♫ This is how we read the clock ♫ This is how we know what time it is ♫ One o’clock, two o’clock ♫ Three o’clock, four o’clock ♫ Five o’clock, six o’clock ♫ Seven o’clock, eight o’clock ♫ Nine o’clock, ten o’clock ♫ Eleven o’clock, twelve o’clock (“Wheels on the Bus”) ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ Round and round, round and round ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ All through the town ♫ The boy on the street
says there’s the bus ♫ There’s the bus, there’s the bus ♫ The boy on the street
says there’s the bus ♫ All through the town ♫ The bus on the road
says what a long queue ♫ What a long queue, what a long queue ♫ The bus on the road
says what a long queue ♫ All through the town ♫ The police vehicle has come along ♫ Come along, come along ♫ The police vehicle has come along ♫ All through the town ♫ The little ducks, they run around ♫ Run around, run around ♫ The little ducks, they run around ♫ All through the town ♫ The people on the bus
then catch the ducks ♫ Catch the ducks, catch the ducks ♫ The people on the bus
then catch the ducks ♫ All through the town ♫ The vehicles can move again ♫ Move again, move again ♫ The vehicles can move again ♫ All through the town (“Number 1 Song”) ♫ Let’s sing a song about the number one ♫ It’s very easy and lots of fun ♫ Let’s sing a song about the number one ♫ And here we go ♫ One fast car so blue and bright ♫ One jet airplane taking flight ♫ One big tug boat on the lake ♫ And one long train, train, train ♫ Let’s sing a song about the number one ♫ It’s very easy and lots of fun ♫ Let’s sing a song about the number one ♫ And here we go ♫ One juicy orange that tastes so great ♫ One yellow banana on my plate ♫ One sweet apple I love to eat ♫ And one ripe strawberry (“Polly Put the Kettle On”) ♫ Polly put the kettle on,
Polly put the kettle on ♫ Polly put the kettle
on, we’ll all have tea ♫ Me I lay the table down,
me I lay the table down ♫ Me I lay the table
down, we’ll all have tea ♫ Baba brings out all the cakes ♫ Baba brings out all the cakes ♫ Baba brings out all the cakes ♫ We’ll all have tea ♫ Jakis takes the kettle off,
Jakis takes the kettle off ♫ Jakis takes the kettle
off, we’ll all have tea ♫ Eensy pours the water out,
Eensy pours the water out ♫ Eensy pours the water
out, we’ll all have tea ♫ Spread the jam and cream on scones ♫ Spread the jam and cream on scones ♫ Spread the jam and cream on scones ♫ Let’s have our tea (“Song About Planes”) ♫ I’m going on a plane ♫ I think I’ll try ♫ To find a rainbow so bright ♫ I’m going on a plane to touch the clouds ♫ So big, so fluffy and white ♫ Soaring through the sky so high, so high ♫ Spreading our wings we fly, fly, fly ♫ I’m going on the plane ♫ I think I’ll try ♫ To find a rainbow bright ♫ I’m going on a plane to touch the clouds ♫ So big, so fluffy and white ♫ Soaring through the sky so high, so high ♫ Spreading our wings we fly, fly, fly (“The Little Blue Whale”) ♫ The little blue whale
with little blue tail ♫ With the blue tail, with the blue tail ♫ Can you see the blue
whale and the big blue sea ♫ Swimming so merrily ♫ The little blue bird
flies high in the blue sky ♫ In the blue sky, in the blue sky ♫ Can you see the blue
bird flying in the breeze ♫ Flying so merrily ♫ The little blue frog
hops with the blue flea ♫ From the tree, from the tree ♫ Can you see the blue friends
hopping one, two, three ♫ Hopping so merrily (“Down by the Bay”) ♫ Down by the Bay where
the watermelons grow ♫ Back to my home I dare not go ♫ For if I do my mother will say ♫ Did you ever see an ant climbing a plant ♫ Down by the Bay ♫ Down by the Bay where
the watermelons grow ♫ Back to my home I dare not go ♫ For if I do my mother will say ♫ Did you ever see a
duck in a pickup truck ♫ Down by the Bay ♫ Down by the Bay where
the watermelons grow ♫ Back to my home I do not go ♫ For if I do my mother will say ♫ Did you ever see a fly wearing a tie ♫ Down by the Bay ♫ Down by the bay where
the watermelons grow ♫ Back to my home I dare not go ♫ For if I do my mother will say ♫ Did you ever see a cat wearing a hat ♫ Down by the Bay (“Number Four Song”) ♫ Let’s all talk about the number four ♫ That’s one and two plus another two more ♫ Four-four sounds like a football score ♫ And my little friend has four paws ♫ Knock knock on door number four ♫ For colored pencils so you can draw ♫ A rectangle, diamond, rhombus, or more ♫ Shapes have sides one, two, three, four ♫ Four legs on the table,
four wheels on a car ♫ Without these four, you wouldn’t go far ♫ Four sides to a yummy,
mmm, chocolate bar ♫ Four is everywhere, hip hip hoorah ♫ Now it’s your turn to find all the fours ♫ Hunt high and low,
check all your drawers ♫ Because everywhere you
will see more and more ♫ That fantastic and useful number four (“The Moon Song”) ♫ At night and the moon comes out to play ♫ The sun has finished for the day ♫ And now it’s late and very dark ♫ The moon shines bright across the park ♫ It’s the moon, moon, moon ♫ It’s the moon, moon, moon ♫ Sometimes the moon is a crescent ♫ And sometimes it is round ♫ It grows bigger and then smaller ♫ Every month we have found ♫ It’s the moon, moon, moon ♫ It’s the moon, moon, moon ♫ It’s the moon, moon, moon ♫ It’s the moon (“To Market to Market”) ♫ To market, to market, to buy a big cake ♫ Mmm ♫ Walk around, shop around, jiggidy bake ♫ To market, to market, to buy a cute dog ♫ Walk around, shop around, jiggidy jog ♫ To market, to market, to buy a big drum ♫ Home again, home again, market is done ♫ To market, to market, to buy a big cake ♫ Mmm ♫ Walk around, shop around, jiggidy bake ♫ To market, to market, to buy a cute dog ♫ Walk around, shop around, jiggidy jog ♫ To market, to market, to buy a big drum ♫ Home again, home again, market is done (“A Wise Old Owl”) ♫ A wise old owl lived in an oak ♫ The more he saw, the less he spoke ♫ The less he spoke, the more he heard ♫ Why can’t we all ♫ Be like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ A wise old owl lived in an oak ♫ The more he saw, the less he spoke ♫ The less he spoke, the more he heard ♫ Why can’t we all ♫ Be like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird ♫ Why can’t we all be
like that wise old bird (“Where is Thumbkin”) – Hello, I’m Thumbkin. – I’m Pointer. ♫ Where is Thimbkin, where is Thumbkin ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How are you, Mia ♫ Very well, I thank you ♫ Let’s all play, let’s all play ♫ Where is pointer, where is pointer ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How are you, Jakis ♫ Very well, I thank you ♫ Run and hide, run and hide ♫ Where is Thimbkin, where is Thumbkin ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How are you, Polly ♫ Very well, I thank you ♫ Run away, run away ♫ Where is pointer, where is pointer ♫ Here I am, here I am ♫ How are you, Johnny ♫ Very well, I thank you ♫ Let’s all play, let’s all play (“There Was a Crooked Man”) ♫ There was a crooked man
and he walked a crooked mile ♫ He found a crooked six
pence upon a crooked style ♫ He bought a crooked cat
which caught a crooked mouse ♫ And they all live together
in a little crooked house ♫ There was a crooked man
and he walked a crooked mile ♫ He found a crooked six
pence upon a crooked style ♫ He bought a crooked cat
which caught a crooked mouse ♫ And they all live together
in a little crooked house ♫ They ate a crooked dinner
on a very crooked table ♫ In came a crooked horse
from a crooked stable ♫ They all had crooked
dishes in many crooked styles ♫ And after every bite,
each had a crooked smile – [Child] Day, night. Day, night. ♫ The sun comes up to start the day ♫ There’s time to learn and time to play ♫ We eat our meals and do our chores ♫ There is family time and so much more ♫ At night the moon comes out to shine ♫ It’s nice to get ready for bed time ♫ We rest our heads and close our eyes ♫ The stars they twinkle in the sky ♫ The sun comes up to start the day ♫ It’s time to learn and time to play ♫ We eat our meals and do our chores ♫ There is family time and so much more ♫ At night the moon comes out to shine ♫ It’s nice to get ready for bed time ♫ We rest our heads and close our eyes ♫ The stars they twinkle in the sky (“Cock A Doodle Doo”) ♫ Cock-a-doodle-doo my
dame has lost her shoe ♫ My master has lost his fiddle stick ♫ And knows not what to do ♫ Cock-a-doodle-doo what is my dame to do ♫ Until master has
found his fiddling stick ♫ She’ll dance without her shoe ♫ Cock-a-doodle-doo my
dame has found her shoe ♫ And master has found his fiddling stick ♫ Say cock-a-doodle-doo ♫ Cock-a-doodle-doo my
dame will dance with you ♫ While master fiddles his fiddling stick ♫ And knows not what to do ♫ Cock-a-doodle-doo my
dame has lost her shoe ♫ My master has lost his fiddle stick ♫ And knows not what to do ♫ Cock-a-doodle-doo what is my dame to do ♫ Until master has
found his fiddling stick ♫ She’ll dance without her shoe ♫ Cock-a-doodle-doo my
dame has found her shoe ♫ And master has found his fiddling stick ♫ Say cock-a-doodle-doo ♫ Cock-a-doodle-doo my
dame will dance with you ♫ While master fiddles his fiddling stick ♫ And knows not what to do (“Crocodile Song”) ♫ Can you see the bubbles ♫ Popping one, two, three ♫ Look out there’s a snout ♫ Is that, could it be ♫ Yes it’s a crocodile ♫ Look at his big smile ♫ He’s got lots of teeth ♫ He swims in the water ♫ Just like he ought to ♫ Sometimes it’s underneath ♫ Can you see the rushes ♫ Bending one, two, three ♫ Look out there is a snout ♫ Is that, could it be ♫ Yes it’s a crocodile ♫ Look at his big smile ♫ And short little legs ♫ His belly scrapes the floor ♫ As he walks on all four paws ♫ Stomping as he treads ♫ Can you see the bubbles ♫ Popping one, two, three ♫ Look out there’s a snout ♫ Is that, could it be ♫ Yes it’s a crocodile,
look at his big smile ♫ He’s got a tail so long ♫ And, scaly skin as sharp as pins ♫ He is very strong

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