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November Songs

Over The River

 

Over the river and through the woods,

To Grandfather’s house we go.

The horse knows the way to carry the sleigh Thro the white and drifted snow.

 

Over the river and through the woods,

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 woods,

Trot fast my dapple gray!

Spring over the ground like a hunting hound,

For this is Thanksgiving Day!

 

Over the river and through the woods,

Now Grandmother’s face I spy!

Hurrah for the fun!

Is the pudding done?

Hurrah for the pumpkin pie!

 

 

I’m a Very Fine Turkey

 

I’m a very fine turkey and I sing a fine song,

Gobble, gobble, gobble, gobble gobble.

I strut around the barnyard all day long,

And my head goes bobble, bobble, bobble, bobble.

 

And when Thanksgiving Day comes round,

Gobble, gobble, gobble, gobble, gobble.

I’ll go and hide so I can’t be found,

Then my head will still bobble as I gobble.

 

Ki-Yi-Yi-Yi

 

Ki yi yi yi, Ki yi yi yi,

Indian beats his drum.

 

Ki yi yi yi yi, Ki yi yi yi yi,

Indian beats his big red drum.

 

Thanksgiving

 

Thank you for the world so sweet,

Thank you for the food we eat.

Thank you for the birds that sing,

Thank you God for everything.

 

The Popcorn Song

(Tune:  I’m a Little Teapot)

 

I’m a little popcorn in a pot.

Heat me up and watch me pop.

When I get all fat and white,

I’m done.

Popping Corn is lots of fun.

   Pop!

 

Ten Little Indians

 

10 little, 9 little, 8 little Indians

7 little, 6 little, 5 little Indians

4 little, 3 little, 2 little Indians, 1 little Indian Boy.

 

Repeat with girl.

 

The Big Indians

 

There were 3 great, big Indians

They stood so straight and tall.

They tried to fit in a little canoe,

But one of them did fall.

 

There were 2 great big Indians,

They stood so straight and tall.

They tried to fit in a little canoe.

But one of them did fall.

 

There was one great big Indian.

He stood so straight and tall.

He did fit in a little canoe.

And he paddled that boat right home.

And he paddled that boat right home.

 

Five Little Turkeys

 

Five little turkeys on the barn floor.

One ran away, then there were four.

Four little turkeys sleeping in a tree.

One flew down, then there were three.

Three little turkeys running to Sue.

One found a bug, then there were two.

Two little turkeys eating corn for fun. 

One ate too much, then there was one.

One little turkey hiding in the hay.

And he wasn’t found until Thanksgiving Day!

 

 

Zacchaeus

 

Zacchaeus was a wee little man,

A wee little man was he.

He climbed up in the Sycamore tree, for the Lord he wanted to see.

 

And as the Savior passed that way. 

He looked up in the tree.

And He said, Zacchaeus you come down,

For I’m going to your house today!

For I’m going to you house today!

 

He’s Got The Whole World in His Hands

 

He’s got the stamping horses in his ark.

He’s got the stamping horses in his ark.

He’s got the stamping horses in his ark.

He’s got the whole world in his ark.

 

Waddling ducks

Flapping flamingos

Hopping bullfrogs

Swinging monkeys

Crawling crocodiles

Running children

Sleeping kittens

 

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