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苏西托曼(Susie Tallman) -《孩子的歌》(Children's Songs)

发布时间:2014-02-04 12:01:40  

1. I’ve Been Working On the Railroad American Folk Song

I?ve been working on the railroad, all the live long day, I?ve been working on the railroad, just to pass the time away, can?t ya hear the whistle blowin? rise up so early in the morn, can?t ya hear the Captain shoutin? Dinah blow your horn.

Dinah won?t ya blow, Dinah won?t ya blow, Dinah won?t ya blow your horn,

Dinah won?t ya blow, Dinah won?t ya blow, Dinah won?t ya blow your horn.

Someone?s in the kitchen with Dinah, someone?s in the kitchen I know, someone?s in the kitchen with Dinah, strumming on the ?ol banjo. And singing, fee fi, fiddle-e-i-o, fee, fi, fiddle-e-i-o, fee fi fiddle-e-i-o, strumming on the ?ol banjo.

Peter Farnan guitars, bass, drums, keyboards, whistle & vocals, Susie vocals, Maude & Jane “toot-toots”

2. Five Little DucksTraditional

Five little ducks went out to play, over the hills and far away, mother duck said, “Quack, quack, quack, quack” but only four little ducks came back.

Four little ducks went out to play, over the hills and far away, mother duck said, “Quack, quack, quack, quack” but only three little ducks came back.

Three, two, one…and five little ducks came running back.

Featuring Miller, Madeleine, Paul, Brian & Francesca; Mark piano and percussion

3. The Alphabet SongTraditional

a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z

now I know my a, b, c?s next time won?t you sing with me.

A apple N night

B boy O orange

C cat P pumpkin

D dog Q queen

E eel R red

F flower S sunshine

G great T tall

H house U us

I ink V valentine

J jack W winter

K kite X xylophone

L love Y yellow

M mommy Z zebra

4. BINGO Traditional

There was a farmer had a dog and Bingo was his name-oh, B-I-N-G-O, B-I-N-G-O, B-I-N-G-O and Bingo was his name-oh.

Repeat verses by subtracting letters from Bingo?s name, starting with the first letter B.

5. Big Rock Candy Mountain Traditional

One evening as the sun went down and the jungle fire was burning

Down the track came the hobo Jack and he said boys I?m not turning,? I?m headed for a land that?s far away, beside the crystal fountain, so come with me, we?ll go and see the big rock candy mountain.

Chorus: Oh the buzzin? of the bees and the peppermint trees from the soda water fountains where lemonade springs and the bluebird sings in the big rock candy mountains.

In the big rock candy mountain, there?s a land that?s fair and bright, where candy grows on bushes and you sleep out every night, where love is all around you, and the sun shines every day on the birds and the bees and the peppermint trees in the big rock candy mountain. Chorus

In the big rock candy mountain, all the cops have wooden legs and the bulldogs all have wooden teeth and the hens lay soft-boiled eggs, the farmer?s trees are full of fruit and the barns are full of hay, Oh I?m bound to go where there ain?t no snow, there ain?t no fog and the wind don?t blow, in the big rock candy mountain. Chorus.

6. Pop Goes the Weasel Traditional Rhyme

All around the cobbler?s bench the monkey chased the weasel,

the monkey thought it was all in fun, pop goes the weasel.

7. Say, Say, Oh Playmate Traditional

Say, say, oh playmate, come out and play with me and bring your dolly?s three climb up my apple tree. Cry down my rain barrel, slide down my cellar door, and we?ll be jolly friends forever more, more, more.

8. De Colores Traditional Spanish Song

De Colores, de colores se visten los campos en la primavera

De colores, de colores son los pajaritos que vienen de afuera

De colores, de colores es el arco iris que vemos lucir

Y por eso los grandes amores de muchos colores me gustan a mi

Y por eso los grandes amores de muchos colores me gustan a mi

Canta el gallo, canta el gallo con el quiri quiri, quiri, quiri, quiri

La gallina la gallina con su cara, cara, cara, cara, cara

Los polleuelos, los polluelos con el pio, pio, pio, pio, pi

Translation:

In colors, in colors the fields bloom in spring

In colors, in colors the little birds fly from afar

In colors, in colors, the rainbow arcs so clearly

And for this reason, these great loves of many

colors, please be so.

9. Bumble Bee Traditional

I?m bringing home a baby bumble bee won?t my mommy be so proud of me, I?m bringing home a baby bumble bee ouch! It stung me.

I?m mashing up the baby bumble bee, won?t my daddy be so proud of me, I?m mashing up the baby bumble bee, ooo, it?s messy.

I?m licking up the baby bumble bee won?t my mommy be so proud of me,

I?m licking up the baby bumble bee ooo, got a tummy ache.

I?m letting go the baby bumble bee won?t my daddy be so proud of me, I?m letting go the baby

bumble bee, fly away, bye bye.

Featuring Maude Farnan Peter Farnan music and arrangement

10. Five Little Speckled Frogs Traditional

Five little speckled frogs, sittin? on a speckled log eating a most delicious fly, yum, yum, yum, yum, yum

One jumped into the pool where it was nice and cool then there were four little speckled frogs. Four, three, two, one

Mark guitar, harmonica and drums; Madeleine, Paul, Brian & Francesca “yumms”

11. 1, 2 Buckle My Shoe Traditional Rhyme

1, 2 buckle my shoe

3, 4 shut the door

5, 6 pick up sticks

7, 8 lay them straight

9, 10 a big fat hen

11, 12 dig and delve

13, 14 maids a courting

15, 16 cool scene

17, 18 finger painting

19, 20 you?re so funny

12. She’ll Be Coming ‘Round the Mountain American Folk Song

She?ll be coming ?round the mountain when she comes, she?ll be coming ?round the mountain when she comes, she?ll be coming ?round the mountain, she?ll be coming ?round the mountain, she?ll be coming ?round the mountain when she comes.

She?ll be driving six white horses when she comes…

We?ll all run out to meet her when she comes…

We?ll all have chicken and dumplings when she comes…

Oh she?ll have to sleep with grandma when she comes…

She?ll be coming ?round the mountain when she comes…

13. Found A Peanut American Traditional

Found a peanut, found a peanut, found a peanut just now, just now I found a peanut, found a peanut just now.

Repeat tune with the following verses:

Cracked It Open; It was rotten; Ate it anyway; Got a stomach ache; Called the doctor; Operation; Died anyway; Was a dream; Then I woke up; Found a peanut.

14. What a Wonderful World

15. Alouette Traditional French

Alouette, gentille Alouette, Alouette, je te plumerai

Alouette, gentille Alouette, Alouette, je te plumerai

Je te plumerai la tete

Je te plumerai la tete

et la tete, et la tete, Alouette, Alouette Ah, Ah

Je te plumerai le bec

Je te plumerai le bec

et le bec, et le bec, et la tete, et la tete, Alouette, Alouette Ah, Ah

Je te plumerai le cou

Je te plumerai le cou

et le cou, et le cou, et le bec, et le bec, et la tete, et la tete, Alouette, Alouette Ah, Ah

Je te plumerai le nez

Je te plumerai le nez

et le nez, et le nez, et le cou, et le cou, et le bec, et le bec, et la tete, et la tete, Alouette, Alouette Translation:

Lark, nice Lark, Lark, I will pluck Alouette, nice Alouette, Alouette… I will pluck the nose, the neck and the nozzle etc.

16. Little Peter RabbitTraditional Camp Song

Little Peter Rabbit had a fly upon his ear, little Peter Rabbit had a fly upon his ear, little Peter Rabbit had a fly upon his ear and he flicked it till it flew away.

2nd time repeat and omit the word “rabbit”

3rd time repeat and omit the words “rabbit” and “fly”

4th time repeat and omit the words “rabbit,” “fly,” and “ear”

Last time…Little Peter Rabbit had a fly upon his ear, little Peter Rabbit had a fly upon his ear, little Peter Rabbit had a fly upon his ear and he flicked it till it flew away.

17. Who Stole the Cookies from the Cookie Jar? Traditional Rhyme

Bob: Who Stole the Cookies from the Cookie Jar?

Bungie: You Stole the Cookies from the Cookie Jar.

Bob: Who Me?

Bungie: Yes You!

Bob: Not Me! Couldn?t Be.

Bungie: Then Who?

Bob: Katie stole the cookies from the cookie jar

Katie: Who Me

Bob: Yes You

Katie: Not Me

Bob: Then who?

Katie: Doggie stole the cookies from the cookie jar.

18. Monkeys on a Bed Traditional Children?s Song

Four little monkeys jumpin? on the bed, one fell off, and bumped his head. Mama called the doctor and the doctor said “No more monkeys jumpin? on the bed!”

Three little monkeys…

Two little monkeys…One little monkey…“No more monkey?s jumpin? on the bed!”

19. Apples & Bananas Traditional Children?s Song

a-e-i-o-u

Verse 1:

I like to eat, eat, eat apples and bananas, I like to eat, eat, eat apples and bananas…

Verse 2: “a”

I like to ate, ate, ate a-ples and ban-a-nays, I like to ate, ate, ate a-ples and ban-a-nays… Verse 3: “e”

I like to eet, eet, eet eeples and baneenees, I like to eet, eet, eet eeples and baneenees… Verse 4: “I”

I like to ite, ite, ite iples and baninyes, I like to ite, ite, ite iples and baninyes…

Verse 5: “o”

I like to oat, oat, oat oaples and banonoes, I like to oat, oat, oat oaples and banonoes… Verse 6: “u”

I like to ute, ute, ute uples and banunus, I like to ute, ute, ute uples and banunus…

Back home to verse 1

I like to eat, eat, eat apples and bananas, I like to eat, eat, eat apples and bananas…

Maz, Susie & Mark

20. La Cucaracha Traditional Spanish Song

Chorus: La Cucaracha, la cucaracha, Ya no puede caminar; Porque no tiene, porque le falta agua pura que tomar.

Con las barbas de Carranza, voy a hacer una tortilla, Pa? ponersela all sombrero de su padre Pancho Villa.

Chorus

Una cosa me da risa; Pancho Villa sin camisa; Ya se van los carrazistas porque vienen los villistas. Chorus

Ya murio la cucaracha, Ya la llevan a enterrar, entre cuatro zopilotes Y un raton de sacristan. Chorus

Translation:

The cockroach, the cockroach,

No longer can it walk;

Because it does not have pure drinking water.

Already dead they take the cockroach to be buried,

Between four buzzards

And a sacristan mouse.

With the beards of Carranza,

I am going to make one tortilla.

Pá puts him in his hat

Of his father Pancho Villa.

Something gives me laughter:

Pancho Villa without a shirt;

The carrazistas already go away

Because the Pancho Villa supporters come.

21. The Hokey Pokey Traditional

You put your left hand in, you pull your left hand out

You put your left hand in, and you shake it all about

You do the hokey pokey then you turn yourself around that?s what its all about.

right hand, left foot, right foot, left hip, right hip, head, whole self

22. Old MacDonald Had A Farm Traditional

Old MacDonald had a farm, ei, ei, oh

And on that farm he had some chicks, ei, ei, oh

With a chick, chick here and a chick, chick there, here a chick, there a chick, everywhere a chick,

chick. Old MacDonald had a farm, ei ei oh.

cow, ducks, brontosaurus, pigs, horse

23. Buffalo Gals Written by John Hodges aka Cool White in 1844

As I was walking down the street, down the street, down the street, a pretty little gal I chanced to meet, Oh she was fair to see.

Chorus: Buffalo gals won?t you come out tonight, come out tonight, come out tonight, buffalo gals won?t you come out tonight, we?ll dance by the light of the moon.

I asked her if she?d take a walk, have a talk, take a walk, her feet took up the whole sidewalk as she stood close to me. I asked her “Would you want to dance, want to dance, want to dance?” I thought that I would have a chance to shake a foot with her.

Oh, I danced with the gal with a hole in her stockin? and her hip kept a-rockin? and her toe kept a-knockin? I danced with the gal with a hole in her stockin? and we danced by the light of the moon.

24. John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt Traditional Children?s Song

John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt, that?s my name too. Whenever we go out, the people always shout, there goes John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt, da da da da da da da.

Repeat gradually getting softer and softer with loud da da da?s in between each verse.

25. Down In the Valley Legend claims it was written by E.V Brody from the Birmingham jail Down in the valley, the valley so low, hang your head over, hear the wind blow

Hear the wind blow dear, hear the wind blow, hang your head over, hear the wind blow. Violets love sunshine, roses love dew, angels in heaven know I love you

Know I love you dear, know I love you, angels in heaven know I love you

My love is true dear, my love is true, come with me darlin? or take me with you. Take my heart with you, when the day?s gone, my heart is with you, all the day long.

Down in the valley, the valley so low, hang your head over, hear the wind blow.

Hear the wind blow dear, hear the wind blow, hang your head over, hear the wind blow.

26. The Ants Go Marching In Traditional

The ants go marching one by one, hurrah, hurrah. The ants go marching one by one, hurrah, hurrah. The ants go marching one by one, the little one stops to suck his thumb and they all go marching down to the ground to get out of the rain boom, boom, boom.

Two by two…the little one stops to tie his shoe

Three by three…the little one stops to climb a tree

Four by four…the little one stops to shut the door

Five by five…the little one stops to clap high five

Six by six…the little one stops to do some tricks

Seven by seven…the little one stops to contemplate heaven

Eight by eight…the little one, man he?s always late

Nine by nine…the little one stops to bust a rhyme

Ten by ten…and this is the end of the song, amen.

27. Do Your Ears Hang Low? Traditional camp song

Do your ears hang low? Do they wobble to and fro?

Can you tie them in a knot? Can you tie them in a bow?

Can you throw them over your shoulder like a continental soldier?

Do your ears hang low?

Do your ears flip flop? Can you use them for a mop?

Are they stringy at the bottom? Are they curly at the top?

Can you use them for a swatter? Can you use them for a blotter?

Do your ears hang low?

28. Wheels on the Bus Traditional

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 money on the bus goes ching a ling a ling

The driver on the bus says “Move on back”

The wipers on the bus go swish, swish, swish

The people on the bus go up and down,

The horn on the bus goes beep, beep, beep

The baby on the bus says “wahh, wahh, wahh”

The parents? on the bus go “shh, shh, shh”

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.

29. If You’re Happy and You Know It Traditional

If you?re happy and you know it clap your hands

If you?re happy and you know it clap your hands

If you?re happy and you know it and you really want to show it

If you?re happy and you know it clap your hands

Stomp your feet; Snap your fingers; Shout I am

Do all four

30. Oh When the Saints Go Marching In Traditional

Oh when the saints go marching in, oh when the saints go marching in, Oh I want to be in that number when the saints go marching in.

Oh when those bells begin to chime, oh when those bells begin to chime, oh how I want to be in that number, when those bells begin to chime.

Oh when the sun begins to shine, oh when the sun begins to shine, Oh how I want to be in that number, when the sun begins to shine.

31. London Bridges Traditional Rhyme

London Bridges falling down, falling down, falling down, London Bridges falling down, my fair lady.

Take the key and lock her up, lock her up, lock her up, take the key and lock her up, my fair lady Iron bars will bend and break, bend and break, bend and break, iron bars will bend and break, my fair lady.

Build it up with silver and gold, silver and gold, silver and gold, build it up with silver and gold, my fair lady.

32. Be Kind to Your Web-Footed Friends Traditional

Be kind to your web-footed friends, for a duck may be somebody?s mother, you may think that is the end of the song…well, it is!

Bungie

33. Farmer In the DellTraditional Rhyme

The farmer in the dell, the farmer in the dell, hi ho the dairy oh the farmer in the dell.

The farmer takes a wife…

The wife takes a child…

The child takes the nurse…

The nurse takes the dog…

The dog takes the cat…

The cat takes the rat…

The rat takes the cheese…

The cheese stands alone…

The farmer in the dell, the farmer in the dell, hi ho the dairy oh the farmer in the dell.

34. Have You Ever Seen A Lassie? Traditional English

Did you ever see a lassie, a lassie, a lassie, did you ever see a lassie go this way and that? Go this way and that way, go this way and that way, did you ever see a lassie go this way and that? Did you ever see a laddie, a laddie, a laddie, did you ever see a laddie go this way and that?

35. Red River Valley Traditional American Folk Song

From this valley they say you are going, I will miss your bright eyes and sweet smile, For they say you are taking the sunshine, that has brightened our pathways a while.

Come and sit by my side if you love me, Do not hasten to bid me adieu, But remember the Red River Valley, and the one who has loved you so true.

36. Sur Le Pont d’Avignon Traditional French Song

Sur le pont d?Avignon, on y danse, on y danse, sur le pont d?Avignon on y danse tous son rond. Translation:

On the bridge of Avignon, one dances there, one dances there, on the bridge of Avignon one dances all around.

37. KookaburraTraditional Australian

Kookaburra sits on the old gum tree, merry, merry king of the bush is he, laugh kookaburra, laugh kookaburra, save some there for me ha ha ha ha.

Kookaburra sits on the old gum tree, eating all the gum drops he can see, stop kookaburra, stop kookaburra, save some there for me ha ha ha ha.

38. Row, Row, Row Your BoatTraditional Round

Row, row, row your boat, gently down the stream, merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, life is but a dream.

Arrangement & percussion Susie & Mark, chorus sung by Madeleine, Paul, Brian and Francesca

1. Six Little Ducks

Six little ducks that I once knew, Big ones, small ones, fair ones too, But the one little duck with

the feather on his back, He led the others with a quack, quack, quack! Quack, quack, quack, quack, quack, quack!

He led the others with a quack, quack, quack!

Down to the river they would go, Wibble wobble, wibble wobble, to and fro,

But the one little duck with the feather on his back, He led the others with a quack, quack, quack! Quack, quack, quack, quack, quack, quack!

He led the others with a quack, quack, quack!

Home from the river they would come, Wibble wobble, wibble wobble, ho-hum-hum!

But the one little duck with the feather on his back, He led the others with a quack, quack, quack! Quack, quack, quack, quack, quack, quack!

He led the others with a quack, quack, quack!

2. Sing A Song of Sixpence

Sing a song of sixpence, a pocket full of rye,

Four and twenty blackbirds baked in a pie;

When the pie was opened, the birds began to sing,

Wasn?t that a dainty dish to set before the king?

The King was in his counting house, Counting out his money,

The Queen was in the parlour, Eating bread and honey,

The maid was in the garden, Hanging out the clothes,

Then came a little blackbird and pecked off her nose.

They sent for the King?s doctor who sewed it on again,

They sewed it on so neatly the seem was never seen.

Sing a song of sixpence , a pocket full of rye,

Four and twenty blackbirds baked in a pie.

3. Peter Piper

Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers;

A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked;

If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,

Where?s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?

4. Hickory Dickory Dock (Mother Goose)

Hickory dickory dock, the mouse ran up the clock,

The clock struck one, the mouse ran down;

Hickory dickory dock.

Hickory dickory doo, the mouse ran in the shoe,

The clock struck two, the mouse went “phew”; Hickory dickory doo.

Hickory dickory dee, the mouse ran up the tree,

The clock struck three, the mouse ran free; Hickory dickory dee.

Peter (Maz) Maslen voice & voice-percussion

5. I’m A Little Teapot

I?m a little teapot, short and stout, here is my handle, here is my spout. When I get all steamed up, then I shout, Just tip me over and pour me out. Half past four and time for tea, sweets for you, sweets for me

Peppermint and orange and chamomile, pour some tea and get your fill. I?m a little teapot full of tea, add some milk and sweet honey

Stir me with a spoon and drink it up, Out of the pot and into your cup. I?m a little teapot, short and stout, here is my handle, here is my spout. When I get all steamed up, then I shout, Just tip me over and pour me out.

6. Little Miss Muffet

Little Miss Muffet, Sat on a Tuffet

Eating her curds and whey

Along came a spider and sat down beside her

And frightened Miss Muffet away.

7. Itsy Bitsy Spider

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,

the itsy bitsy spider went up the spout again.

8. Georgie Porgie 1844 J. W. Elliot

Georgie Porgie, pudding and pie,

Kissed the girls and made them cry.

When the boys came out to play,

Georgie Porgie ran away.

9. Ten Monkeys in the bed

There were 10 in the bed and the little one said, “Roll Over, roll over” So they all rolled over and 1 fell out.

There were 9 in the bed…

Good night!

10. Rub-A-Dub-Dub

Rub-a-dub-dub, three men in a tub,

And who do you think they be?

The butcher, the baker, the candle-stick maker,

And all of them gone to sea.

11. Skidamarink

Skidamarink a dinka dink, skidamarink a doo

I love you!

I love you in the morning and in the afternoon,

I love you in the evening and underneath the moon,

Oh, skidamarink a dinka dink, skidamarink a doo,

I love you!

12. Three Little Kittens

Once three little kittens they lost their mittens, And they began to cry,

“Oh mother dear, we sadly fear our mittens we have lost.” “What! Lost your mittens? You naughty kittens! Then you shall have no pie.” “Mee-ow, Mee-ow, Mee-ow, Mee-ow.”

Once three little kittens they found their mittens, And they began to cry,

“Oh mother dear, see here, see here, Our mittens we have found.”

“What! Found your mittens? You darling kittens! Then you shall have some pie.” “Mee-ow, Mee-ow, Mee-ow, Mee-ow.”

The three little kittens put on their mittens, And soon ate up the pie;

“Oh mother dear, we greatly fear Our mittens we have solied.”

“What! Soiled your mittens? You naughty kittens!” Then they began to sigh.

“Mee-ow, Mee-ow, Mee-ow, Mee-ow.”

The three little kittens they washed their mittens, And hung them up to dry;

“Oh mother dear, look here, look here, Our mittens we have washed.”

“What! Washed your mittens? You darling kittens! But I smell a rat close by.”

“Mee-ow, Mee-ow, Mee-ow, Mee-ow.”

13. Over In The Meadow

Over in the meadow, in the sand in the sun, Lived an old mother toadie and her little toadie one. “Wink!” said the mother; “I wink!” said the one, So they winked and they blinked in the sand and the sun.

Over in the meadow, where the stream runs blue, Lived an old mother fish and her little fishes two. “Swim!” said the mother; “We swim!” said the two, So they swam and they leaped where the stream runs blue.

Over in the meadow, in a hole in a tree, Lived an old mother bluebird and her little birdies three, “Sing!” said the mother; “We sing!” said the three, So they sang and were glad in a hole in a tree. Over in the meadow, in the reeds on the shore, lived an old mother muskrat and her little ratties four, “Dive!” said the mother; “We Dive” said the four, So they dived and they burrowed in the reeds on the shore.

Over in the meadow, in a snug beehive, lived a mother honeybee and her little bees five, “Buzz!” said the mother; “We buzz!” said the five, So they buzzed and they hummed in the snug beehive. Over in the meadow, in a nest built of sticks, lived a black mother crow and her little crows six,

“Caw!” said the mother; “We caw!” said the six, So they cawed and they called in their nest built of sticks.

Over in the meadow, where the grass is so even, lived a gay mother cricket and her little crickets seven, “Chirp!” said the mother; “We chirp!” said the seven, So they chirped cheery notes in the grass soft and even.

Over in the meadow, by the old mossy gate, lived a brown mother lizard and her little lizards eight, “Bask!” said the mother; “We bask!” said the eight, So they basked in the sun on the old mossy gate.

Over in the meadow, where the quiet pools shine, lived a green mother frog and her little froggies nine, “Croak!” said the mother; “We croak!” said the nine, So they croaked and they splashed where the quiet pools shine.

Over in the meadow, in a sly little den, lived a gray mother spider and her little spiders ten, “Spin!” said the mother; “We spin!” said the ten, So they spun lacy webs in their sly little den.

14. Humpty Dumpty (Mother Goose)

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.

15. This Old Man

This Old Man, he played one, He played nick-nack on my thumb; With a nick-nack

Paddy whack, give a dog a bone, This old man came rolling home.

This Old Man, he played two, He played nick-nack on my shoe;

This Old Man, he played three, He played nick-nack on my knee;

This Old Man, he played four, He played nick-nack on my door;

This Old Man, he played five, He played nick-nack on my hive;

This Old Man, He played six, He played nick-nack on my sticks;

This Old Man, He played seven, He played nick-nack up in heaven;

This Old Man, He played eight, He played nick-nack on my gate;

This Old Man, He played nine, He played nick-nack on my spine;

This Old Man, He played ten, He played nick-nack once again; With a nick-nack

Paddy whack, give a dog a bone, This old man came rolling home.

16. There Was A Crooked Man

There was a crooked man, and he walked a crooked mile,

He found a crooked sixpence upn a crooked stile;

He bought a crooked cat, which caught a crooked mouse,

And they all lived together in a crooked little house.

17. Mary Had A Little Lamb (Mother Goose)

Mary Had A Little Lamb, little lamb, little lamb,

Mary had a little lamb, Its fleece was white as snow.

And everywhere that Mary went, Mary went, Mary went,

Everywhere that Mary went the lamb was sure to go.

It followed her to school one day; school one day, school one day,

It followed her to school one day which was against the rule;

It made the children laugh and play, laugh and play, laugh and play, It made the children laugh and play to see a lamb at school.

And so the teacher turned it out, turned it out, turned it out

And so the teacher turned it out but still it lingered near,

And waited patiently about, patiently about, patiently about

It waited patiently about till Mary did appear.

“Why does the lamb love Mary so? Mary so, Mary so?

Why does the lamb love Mary so?”

The eager children cried.

“Why, Mary loves the lamb you know, lamb you know, lamb you know Why, Mary loves the lamb you know, the teacher did reply.

18. Betty Botter

Betty Botter bought some butter,

“But,” she said, “the butter?s bitter;

If I put it in my batter, It will make my batter bitter,

But a bit of better butter,

That would make my batter better.”

So she bought a bit of butter,

Better than her bitter butter,

And she put it in her batter,

And the batter was not bitter.

So t?was better Betty Botter

Bought a bit of better butter.

19. Diddle Diddle Dumpling

Diddle Diddle Dumpling, my son John

Went to bed with his stockings on;

One shoe off and one shoe on,

Diddle diddle, dumpling, my son John

20. Hey Diddle Diddle

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.

21. Three Blind Mice

Three blind mice, three blind mice, see how they run, see how they run,

They all ran after the farmer?s wife, who cut off their tails with a carving knife;

Did you ever hear such a thing in your life? As three blind mice.

22. Old King Cole (Mother Goose)

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!

Every fiddler he had a fine fiddle, And a very fine fiddle had he;

Oh, there?s none so rare as can compare With King Cole and his fiddlers three!

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 mandolines three!

Every player had a fine mandoline, and a fine mandoline had he; Oh, there?s none so rare as can compare With King Cole and his mandolines three!

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 bass players three!

Every player he had a fine bass, and a very fine bass had he; Oh, there?s none so rare as can compare With King Cole and his bass players three!

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 guitars three!

Every player had a fine guitar, and a fine guitar had he; Oh, there?s none so rare as can compare With King Cole and his guitar players three!

23. Mary, Mary

Mary, Mary, quite contrary, How does your garden grow?

With silver bells and cockleshells and pretty maids all in a row.

24. Pat-A-Cake

Pat a cake, pat a cake, baker?s man, Bake me a cake just as fast as you can;

Pat it and pat it and mark it with B, 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.

25. Jack And Jill

Jack and Jill went up the hill, to fetch a pail of water;

Jack fell down and broke his crown, And Jill came tumbling after.

Up Jack got and home did trot as fast as he could caper,

Went to bed to mend his head, with vinegar and brown paper.

Jill came in and she did grin to see his paper plaster

Mother vexed, did scold her next, For causing Jack?s disaster.

26. Frere Jacques

Frère Jacques,

Frère Jacques,

Dormez vous?

Dormez vous?

Sonnez les matines,

Sonnez les matines,

Din, don, din!

Din, don, din!

27. Doctor Foster

Doctor Foster went to Gloucester

In a shower of rain;

He stepped in a puddle right up to his middle

And never went there again.

28. It’s Raining It’s Pouring/Rain Rain Go Away

It?s raining it?s pouring the old man is snoring, went to bed, bumped his head, wouldn?t get up until morning.

Rain, rain, go away, come again some other day.

It?s raining it?s pouring the old man is snoring, went to bed, bumped his head, wouldn?t get up until morning.

29. Little Bo Peep

Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep,

And can?t tell where to find them;

Leave them alone, and they?ll come home wagging their tails behind them.

Little Bo Peep fell fast asleep,

And dreamt she heard them bleating;

But when she awoke she found it a joke, for still they all were fleeting.

Then up she took her little crook,

determined for to find them;

She found them indeed, but it made her heart bleed, For they?d left their tails behind them.

30. Going To St. Ives

AS I was going to St. Ives, I met a man with seven wives;

Each wife had seven sacks, Each sack had seven cats,

Each cat had seven kits, Kits, cats, sacks and wives,

How many were going to St. Ives? (answer: one)

31. Little Nut Tree

I had a little nut tree, nothing would it bear,

But a silver nutmeg and a golden pear.

The king of Spain?s son the prince,

Came to visit me, And all for the sake of my little nut tree.

32. Mulberry Bush

Here we go round the Mulberry Bush, the Mulberry Bush, the Mulberry Bush, Here we go round the Mulberry bush, so early in the morning.

33. Baa Baa Black Sheep

Baa, baa, black sheep, have you any wool? Yes, sir, yes, sir, three bags full;

One for my master, one for my dame, and one for the little boy who lives down the lane. Baa, baa, black sheep, have you any wool? Yes, sir, yes, sir, three bags full;

One for my master, one for my dame, and one for the little boy who lives down the lane.

34. There Was An Old Woman

There was an old woman tossed up in a basket, Seventeen times as high as the moon; And where she was going I couldn?t but ask it, For in her hand she carried a broom. “Old woman, old woman, old woman,” said I, “Oh whither, oh whither, oh whither so high?” “To sweep the cobwebs off the sky.” “May I go with you?” “Aye, by and by.”

35. The Owl and the Pussycat

The Owl and the Pussycat went to sea

In a beautiful light-green boat,

They took some honey, and plenty of money,

Wrapped up in a five pound note.

The Owl looked up to the stars above,

And sang to a small guitar,

"O lovely Kitty! O Kitty, my love,

What a beautiful Kitty you are, you are, you are,

What a beautiful Kitty you are."

Kitty said to the Owl "You elegant fowl,

How charmingly sweet you sing.

O let us be married, too long we have tarried;

But what shall we do for a ring?"

They sailed away, for a year and a day,

To the land where the Palm-tree grows,

And there in a wood a Piggy-wig stood

With a ring at the end of his nose, his nose, his nose,

With a ring at the end of his nose.

"Dear Pig, are you willing to sell for one shilling your ring?"

Said the Piggy, "I will"

So they took it away, and were married next day

By the Turkey who lives on the hill.

They dined on mince, and slices of quince,

Which they ate with a runcible spoon.

And hand in hand, on the edge of the sand.

They danced by the light of the moon, the moon, the moon,

They danced by the light of the moon.

36. Lavender’s Blue

Lavender?s blue, diddle diddle Lavender?s green

When I am King diddle, diddle, You shall be Queen

My fair love true diddle, diddle, singing to me

Days filled with you diddle, diddle happy are we.

Lavender?s blue, diddle diddle Lavender?s green

You are my King diddle, diddle, I am your Queen

My fair love true diddle, diddle, singing to me

Days filled with you diddle, diddle happy are we

37. Wynken, Blynken, And Nod

Wynken, Blynken, and Nod one night Sailed off in a wooden shoe,

Sailed on a river of crystal light Into a sea of dew.

“Where are you going, and what do you wish?” The old moon asked the three. “We have come to fish for the herring fish that live in the beautiful sea; Nets of silver and gold have we,” Said Wynken, Blynken, and Nod.

The old moon laughed and sang a song, As they rocked in the wodden shoe; And the wind that sped them all night long Ruffled the waves of dew; The little stars were the herring fish that lived in the beautiful sea. “Now cast your nets wherever you wish, Never afeared are we!” So cried the stars to the fishermen three, Wynken, Blynken, and Nod.

All night long their nets they threw to the stars in the twinkling foam, then down from the skies came the wooden shoe, Bringing the fishermen home: ?Twas all so pretty a sail, it seemed As if it could not be; And some folk thought ?twas a dream they?d dreamed Of sailing that beautiful sea; But I shall name you the fishermen three, Wynken, Blynken, and Nod.

Wynken, Blynken are two little eyes, And Nod is a little head, And the wooden shoe that sailed the skies Is a wee one?s trundle-bed; So shut your eyes while Mother sings of wonderful sights that be, And you shall see the beautiful things as you rock on the misty sea Where the old shoe rocked the fishermen three, Wynken, Blynken, and Nod.

1. Let’s Go! By Susie Tallman, Greg O?Connor and Peter Farnan

Let?s go, let?s go, come on let?s go, oh oh

Grab your friends and go

Let?s go, go let?s go

Let?s go, hideee, hideee ho

Let?s go, we?re on our way

Start movin? its a beautiful day

Get together and here we go

We?re on an adventure it?s hideee, hideee ho Take the car, bus or plane

Ride a bike, or even take the train

See the sights and have some fun

Start movin? we can catch some sun…

Right turn, left turn, motor bike

Back up, go straight, now turn right

Right turn, left turn, motor bike

Back up, go straight, now turn right

Let?s go…

Let?s go travel, we?ll meet new friends

Let?s go where the fun never ends

We can hike, smell the flowers

Hey look it?s the Eiffel Tower

2. Polly Wolly Doodle Traditional

Oh, I went down south for to see my Sal

Singin? Polly Wolly Doodle all the day

My Sal she is a spunky gal

Singin? Polly Wolly Doodle all the day

Chorus:

Fare thee well, fare thee well, fare thee well my fairy fay For I?m going to Louisiana, for to see my Susyanna Singin? Polly Wolly Doodle all the day

Oh, my Sal, she is a maiden fair

Singin? Polly Wolly Doodle all the day

With curly eyes and laughing hair

Singin? Polly Wolly Doodle all the day

I came to the river and couldn?t get across

Singin? Polly Wolly Doodle all the day

So I jumped on a donkey and thought he was a hoss Singin? Polly Wolly Doodle all the day

A grasshopper sitting on a railroad track

Singin? Polly Wolly Doodle all the day

A picking his teeth with a carpet tack

Singin? Polly Wolly Doodle all the day

3. Madalina Catalina Camp Song

Madalina Catalina Whoopastina Wilamina

Oopsy Doopsy Woopsy was her name

Madalina Catalina Whoopastina Wilamina

Oopsy Doopsy Woopsy was her name

She had two eyes that were in her head,

One was yellow and the other was red

Madalina Catalina Whoopastina Wilamina

Oopsy Doopsy Woopsy was her name

She had two teeth in her mouth

One pointed east and the other pointed south

Madalina Catalina Whoopastina Wilamina

Oopsy Doopsy Woopsy was her name

She had two birds on her shoe

One named Sam and the other named Sue

She had two parrots that could dance

One from England and the other from France

Featuring Maz

Additional lyrics Susie

4. Throw it Out the WindowCamp Song

Little Miss Muffet sat on a tuffet eating her curds and whey Then along came a spider and sat down beside her

And she threw it out the window

The window, the second story window

Then along came a spider and sat down beside her

And she threw it out the window

Old Mother Hubbard went to the cupboard to fetch her poor dog a bone But when she got there the cupboard was bare

So she threw it out the window

The window, the second story window

But when she got there the cupboard was bare

So she threw it out the window

A tisket, a tasket, a green and yellow basket

I took a basket to my love

And he threw it out the window

The window, the second story window

I took a basket to my love

And he threw it out the window

Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep and doesn?t know where to find them But leave them alone and when they come home

She?ll throw them out the window

The window, the second story window

But leave them alone and when they come home

She?ll throw them out the window

All around the cobblers bench the monkey chased the weasel

The monkey thought it was all in fun

Till they threw him out the window

The window, the second story window

The monkey thought it was all in fun

Till they threw him out the window

Yankle Doodle went to town riding on a pony He stuck a feather in his cap

And he threw it out the window

The window, the second story window

He stuck a feather in his cap

And he threw it out the window

The window, the window, the second story window He stuck a feather in his cap

And he threw it out the window

The window

5. Going On A Bear Hunt Camp Song The other day, I saw a bear

A great big bear, a way up there

He looked at me, I looked at him

He sized up me, I sized up him

He said to me, why don?t you run

It?s clear to me, you have no gun

And so I ran, away from there

And right behind me was that bear

In front of me, there was a tree

A great big tree, in front of me

The lowest branch, was ten feet up

I?d have to jump and trust my luck

And so I jumped into the air

But I missed that branch away up there Now don?t you fret and don?t you frown Cuz I caught that branch on my way down Featuring Maz

6. On Top of Spaghetti Traditional

On top of spaghetti, all covered with cheese

I lost my poor meatball, when somebody sneezed It rolled off the table, and onto the floor

And then my poor meatball, rolled out of the door It rolled in the garden, and under a bush

And then my poor meatball, was nothing but mush The mush was as tasty, as tasty could be

And then the next summer, it grew into a tree The tree was all covered, with beautiful moss

It grew lovely meatballs, and tomato sauce

So, if you eat spaghetti, all covered with cheese Hold onto your meatballs, and don?t ever sneeze

7. A Sailor Went to Sea Camp Song

A sailor went to sea, sea, sea

To see what he could see, see, see

And all that he could see, see, see

Was the bottom of the deep blue sea, sea, sea

Progressively faster

8. Oh! Susanna Traditional

I come from Alabama with a banjo on my knee And I?m goin? to Louisiana, my true love for to see It rained all night before I left, the weather it was dry The sun so hot I froze to death, Susanna don?t you cry Chorus:

Oh! Susanna Oh don?t you cry for me

For I come from Alabama with my banjo on my knee I had a dream the other night, when everything was still I thought I saw Susanna a coming down the hill The buckwheat cake was in her mouth

A tear was in her eye

Says I, I?m coming from the South, Susanna don?t you cry I soon will be in New Orleans, and then I?ll look around And when I find Susanna, I?ll fall upon the ground But if I do not find her, then I will surely die

And when I?m dead and buried, Susanna don?t you cry

9. You Are My Sunshine Traditional

You are my sunshine, my only sunshine

You make me happy when skies are grey

You?ll never know dear, how much I love you Please don?t take my sunshine away

The other night dear when I lay sleeping

I dreamt I held you in my arms

When I awoke dear, I was mistaken

So I hung my head down and cried

You are my sunshine, my only sunshine

You make me happy when skies are grey

You?ll never know dear, how much I love you Please don?t take my sunshine away

10. The Old Family Toothbrush Camp Song

The old family toothbrush, the old family toothbrush The old family toothbrush, that hung on the wall First it was father?s, then it was mother?s

Then it was brother?s, and now it is mine

Father first used it, mother refused it

Brother abused it, and now it is mine

The old family toothbrush, the old family toothbrush The old family toothbrush, that hung on the wall

11. Sippin’ Cider Through A Straw Traditional

The cutest guy, I ever saw

Was sippin? ci-der through a straw

I told that guy, I didn?t see how

He sipped that ci-der through a straw

Then cheek to cheek, and jaw to jaw

We sipped that ci-der through a straw

And now and then, that straw would slip

And he?d sip some ci-der from my lip

And now I?ve got a mother-in-law

From sippin? ci-der through a straw

The moral of this little tale

Is to sip your ci-der through a pale

12. Where Oh Where, Has My Little Dog Gone? Traditional Oh where, oh where has my little dog gone?

Oh where, oh where can he be?

With his ears cut short and his tail cut long

Oh where, oh where can he be?

My little dog always wags his tail

Whenever he wants his grog

And if the tail were more strong than he

The tail would waggle the dog

Featuring ‘Scruffy’ the dog

13. I Love the Mountains Traditional Round

I Love the mountains, I love the rolling hills

I love the flowers, I love the daffodils

I love the fireside when all the lights are low

Boom dee-ah-da, Boom dee ah-da

Boom dee ah-da, Boom dee ah-da

14. Swimming Hole Camp Song

Swimming, swimming, in the swimming hole,

When days are hot and days are cold, in the swimming hole Side stroke, breast stroke, fancy diving too

Wouldn?t be nice if there was nothing else to do

But…

Swimming, swimming, in the swimming hole

When days are hot and days are cold, in the swimming hole Side stroke, breast stroke, fancy diving too

Wouldn?t be nice if there was nothing else to do

15. The Ostrich SongCamp Song

Oh, an ostrich went yodeling on a mountain so high, When along came a cuckoo bird interrupting his cry

Yodee-oh, yodel-ee-ah-cuckee, yodel-ee-ah-cuckee-cuckoo, yodel-ee-ahh-cuckee-cuckoo.

…mountaineer, mountain goat, skier

16. Blowin’ in the Wind Bob Dylan

How many roads must a man walk down

Before you call him a man?

Yes, ?n? how many seas must a white dove sail

Before she sleeps in the sand?

Yes, ?n? how many times must the cannon balls fly Before they?re forever banned?

The answer, my friend, is blowin? in the wind

The answer is blowin? in the wind

How many times must a man look up

Before he can see the sky?

Yes, ?n? how many ears must one man have

Before he can hear people cry?

Yes, ?n? how many deaths will it take till he knows That too many people have died?

The answer, my friend, is blowin? in the wind

The answer is blowin? in the wind

How many years can a mountain exist

Before it?s washed to the sea?

Yes, ?n? how many years can some people exist

Before they?re allowed to be free?

Yes, ?n? how many times can a man turn his head Pretending he just doesn?t see?

The answer, my friend, is blowin? in the wind

The answer is blowin? in the wind

(Copyright 1962; renewed 1990 Special Rider Music)

17. Boom Chicka Boom Camp Song

Leader: I said a Boom Chicka Boom

All: Repeat

Leader: I said a Boom Chicka Boom

All: Repeat

Leader: I said a Boom Chicka Racka

Chicka Racka Chicka Boom

All: Repeat Leader: Uh huh

All: Repeat Leader: Oh Yeah

All: Repeat Leader: One more time

Like a…cowboy; jazz singer; opera singer

Elvis; old lady; quiet mouse

Featuring Burkie, Spock and Stella

18. Yankee Doodle Traditional

Yankee Doodle went to town

A-riding on a pony

Stuck a feather in his hat

And called it macaroni

Chorus:

Yankee Doodle, keep it up

Yankee Doodle dandy

Mind the music and the step

And with the girls be handy

Father and I went down to camp

Along with Captain Gooding

And there we saw the men and boys

As thick as hasty pudding

And there was Captain Washington

Upon a slapping stallion

A-giving orders to his men

I guess there was a million

Uncle Sam came there to change

Some pancakes and some onions

For lasses cake to carry home

To give his wife and young ones

19. Mary Ann McCarty Traditional

Mary Ann McCarty, she went out to dig some clams Mary Ann McCarty, she went out to dig some clams Mary Ann McCarty, she went out to dig some clams But she didn?t get a single solitary clam

All that Mary got was oysters

All that Mary got was oysters

All that Mary got was oysters

But she didn?t get a single solitary clam

20. Clementine Traditional

In a cavern, in a canyon, excavating for a mine

Dwelt a miner, forty-niner, and his daughter Clementine Chorus:

Oh my darling, oh my darling, oh my darling Clementine You are lost and gone forever, dreadful sorry, Clementine

Light she was, and like a fairy, and her shoes were number nine Herring boxes without topses, sandals were for Clementine Drove she ducklings to the water every morning just at nine Hit her foot against a splinter, fell into the foaming brine Ruby lips above the water, blowing bubbles soft and fine Alas for me! I was no swimmer, so I lost my Clementine

Now ye Boy Scouts, heed the warning to this tragic tale of mine

Artificial respiration would have saved my Clementine

21. It Ain’t Gonna Rain No More Camp Song

Oh, it ain?t gonna rain no more, no more

It ain?t gonna rain no more

How do you suppose the old folks know

It ain?t gonna rain no more?

Oh, I went to see Miss Susie

She was standing at the door

Shoes and stockings in her hand

And her feet all over the floor

Chorus:

Oh, it ain?t gonna rain no more, no more

It ain?t gonna rain no more

How do you suppose the old folks know

It ain?t gonna rain no more?

Oh, a raccoon?s tail is very long

A possum?s tail is fair

But a rabbit has no tail at all

Just a little bunch of hair

A peanut sat on the railroad track

It?s heart was all a flutter

The five fifteen came roaring by

Toot toot peanut butter

Mary had a little watch

She swallowed it one day

She took a dose of castor oil

To pass the time away

Oh the butterfly has wings of gold

The firefly wings of flame

The bedbug has no wings at all

But he gets there just the same

22. There’s a Hole in The Bucket Traditional

There?s a hole in the bucket dear Liza, dear Liza, there?s a hole in the bucket, dear Liza, a hole Then mend it dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry, then mend it dear Henry, dear Henry, mend it With what shall I mend it dear Liza, dear Liza, with what shall I mend it dear Liza, with what? With straw dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry, with straw dear Henry, dear Henry, with straw The straw is too long, dear Liza, dear Liza, the straw is too long dear Liza, too long

Then cut it dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry, then cut it dear Henry, dear Henry, cut it With what shall I cut it dear Liza, dear Liza, with what shall I cut it dear Liza, with what? With a knife dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry, with a knife dear Henry, dear Henry a knife The knife is too blunt, dear Liza, dear Liza, the knife is too blunt dear Liza, too blunt

Then sharpen it dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry, then sharpen it dear Henry, dear Henry sharpen it

With what shall I sharpen it dear Liza, dear Liza, with what shall I sharpen it dear Liza, with what? With a stone, dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry, with a stone dear Henry, dear Henry a stone The stone is too dry dear Liza, dear Liza, the stone is too dry dear, Liza too dry

Then wet it dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry, then wet it dear Henry, dear Henry wet it With what shall I wet it, dear Liza, dear Liza, with what shall I wet it dear Liza, with what? With water dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry, with water dear Henry, dear Henry water With what shall I get it dear Liza, dear Liza, with what shall I get it, dear Liza with what? With a bucket dear Henry, dear Henry, dear Henry, a bucket dear Henry, dear Henry bucket There?s a hole in the bucket dear Liza, dear Liza, there?s a hole in the bucket, dear Liza, a hole

23. IOOO Legged Worm Camp Song

Said the thousand legged worm

As he gave a little squirm

Has anybody seen a leg of mine?

If it can?t be found, I?ll have to hop around

On the other nine hundred ninety-nine

Hop around, hop around

On the other nine hundred ninety-nine

If it can?t be found I?ll have to hop around

On the other nine hundred ninety-nine

24. Home on the Range Traditional

Oh give me a home where the buffalo roam

Where the deer and the antelope play

Where seldom is heard a discouraging word

And the skies are not cloudy all day

Chorus:

Home, home on the range

Where the deer and the antelope play

Where seldom is heard a discouraging word

And the skies are not cloudy all day

Where the air is so pure, the zephyrs so free

The breezes are balmy and lite

That I would not exchange my home on the range

For all of the cities so bright

How often at night when the heavens are bright

With the light from the glittering stars

Have I stood here amazed and asked as I gazed

If their glory exceeds that of ours

25. My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean Traditional

My Bonnie lies over the ocean, my Bonnie lies over the sea

My Bonnie lies over the ocean, oh, 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

Oh blow ye winds over the ocean, oh blow ye winds over the sea

Oh blow ye winds over the ocean, and bring back my Bonnie to me

The winds have blown over the ocean, the winds have blown over the sea The winds have blown over the ocean and brought back my Bonnie to me My Bonnie?s complexion is lovely, her face it was beauteous to see One day she got caught in a rainstorm, oh bring back my Bonnie to me

26. to Morrow Yosemite Camp Song

I started on a journey about a year ago

To the little town of Morrow in the state of Ohio

Now I wasn?t much on travelling and I really didn?t know

That Morrow had been ridiculed a century ago

I went down to the station for my ticket and applied

For tips regarding Morrow not expecting to be guide

Said I young man I?d like to go to Morrow and return,

not later than tomorrow cuz I haven?t time to burn

Said he to me now let me see if I have heard you right

You?d like to go to Morrow and return tomorrow night

You should have gone to Morrow yesterday and back today

Cuz the train that goes to Morrow is a mile upon its way

If you had started yesterday to Morrow don?t you see

You could have gone to Morrow and returned today at 3:00

But the train today to Morrow if the schedule is alright

today it gets to Morrow and comes back tomorrow night

Said I my boy it seems to me you?re talking through your hat

Is there a town named Morrow on your line now tell me that? There is said he but take from me quite a little tip

To go from here to Morrow is a fourteen hour trip

The train today to Morrow leaves today 8:35

Half after ten tomorrow is the time it should arrive

And if from here to Morrow is a fourteen hour jump

Can you go today to Morrow and come back today my boy?

Said I, I want to go to Morrow, can I go today?

And get to Morrow by tonight if there is no delay?

Well, well said he explained to me and I?ve no more to say

Can you go anywhere tomorrow and come back again today? Said I, I guess you know it all, but kindly let me say

How can I go to Morrow if I leave the town today?

Said he you cannot go to Morrow anymore today

Cuz the train that goes to Morrow is a mile upon its way

I was so disappointed I was mad enough to swear

The train had gone to Morrow and had left me standing there

The man was right in telling me I was a howling jay

And I didn?t go to Morrow so I guess I?ll go today

1. Hush, Little BabyTraditional

Hush little baby, don?t say a word, papa?s gonna buy you a mockingbird. If that mockingbird don?t sing, papa?s gonna buy you a diamond ring. If that diamond ring turns brass, papa?s gonna buy you a looking glass.

If that looking glass gets broke, papa?s gonna buy you a billy goat. If that billy goat don?t pull, papa?s gonna buy you a cart and bull. If that cart and bull turn over, papa?s gonna buy you a dog named Rover.

If that dog named Rover don?t bark, papa?s gonna buy you a horse and cart. If that horse and cart fall down, you?ll still be the sweetest little baby in town.

2nd verse repeat with mama:

Hush little baby, don?t say a word, mama?s gonna buy you a mocking bird.

2. Rock-A-Bye, Baby Traditional (Lyrics R.J Burdette)

Rock-a-bye, baby, on the treetop, when the wind blows, the cradle will rock, when the bough breaks, the cradle will fall, and down will come baby, cradle and all.

Rock-a-bye, baby, gently you swing, over the cradle, mother will sing, sweet is the lullaby o?er your nest, that tenderly sings my baby to rest.

3. Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Traditional (Lyrics Jane Taylor)

Twinkle, twinkle, little star,

how I wonder what you are!

Up above the world so high,

like a diamond in the sky.

Twinkle, twinkle, little star,

how I wonder what you are.

When the blazing sun is gone,

when he nothing shines upon,

then you show your little light,

twinkle, twinkle, all the night.

Twinkle, twinkle, little star,

how I wonder what you are.

Then the traveler in the dark,

thanks you for your tiny spark,

he could not see where to go,

if you did not twinkle so.

Twinkle, twinkle, little star,

how I wonder what you are.

In the dark blue sky you keep,

often through my curtains peep,

for you never shut your eye,

till the sun is in the sky.

Twinkle, twinkle, little star,

how I wonder what you are.

4. Lovely Evening Traditional Round

Oh, how lovely is the evening, is the evening,

when the bells are sweetly ringing, sweetly ringing,

ding, dong, ding, dong, ding, dong.

Merrie Amsterburg Guitar, Duet with Susie and Merrie

5. Mother Goose Lullaby Traditional (Lyrics verses 2 & 3 Karen Kuntz) Hush-a-bye baby, thy cradle is green,

father?s a nobleman, mother?s a queen,

sister?s a lady and wears a gold ring,

brother?s a drummer who drums for the king.

Once-a-bye baby, there lived a great king,

who had a garden it looked like a dream,

roses and lilies of purple and cream,

every warm summer bouquets for the queen.

Once-a-bye baby, this garden so fair,

had trees for the children to climb and play there,

fruit in the branches red cherries and pears,

the king said come play, there?s plenty to share.

Susie Tallman Piano , Scottie Duncan Bass

6. Mozart’s Lullaby Wolfgang A. Mozart (Lyrics verses 2 & 3 Karen Kuntz) Sleep, little one, go to sleep,

so peaceful the birds and the sheep,

quiet are meadow and trees,

even the buzz of the bees,

the silvery moon beams so bright,

down through the window give light,

o?er you the moon beams will creep,

sleep little one go to sleep.

Good night, good night.

Sleep, little one, go to sleep,

the flock is with Little Bo Peep,

Little Boy Blue blows his horn,

today a new baby is born,

the robins they fly to their nest,

the sun sinks below for a rest,

the ocean is blue and so deep,

sleep little one go to sleep.

Good night, good night.

Sleep, little one, go to sleep,

the baby chicks waddle and peep,

sugar plum fairy spreads sweet dreams

for thee in thy head, the kittens and sheep

say goodnight, put your head down sleep tight,

falling stars dance and they leap,

sleep little one go to sleep.

Good night, good night.

7. All the Pretty Little Horses Traditional

Hush -a-bye,

don?t you cry,

go to sleep little baby.

Blacks and bays,

dapples and grays,

coach and six a little horses.

Hush-a-bye,

don?t you cry,

go to sleepy little baby.

Hush-a-bye,

don?t you cry,

go to sleepy little baby.

Girls and boys,

laugh with joy,

riding ponies through the fields.

Hush-a-bye,

don?t you cry,

go to sleepy little baby.

8. Golden Slumbers English Traditional (Lyrics verse 2 Karen Kuntz) Golden Slumbers kiss your eyes,

smiles await you when you rise,

sleep, pretty loved ones,

do not cry and I will sing a lullaby.

Lullaby, lullaby, lullaby.

Off to dreamland you shall go,

a place where warm breezes blow,

may windy nights gently sway

you to sleep the night away.

Lullaby, lullaby, lullaby.

Scottie Duncan Guitar

9. Armenian Lullaby Traditional

Sleep, my little one, my loved one, as I rock and sing,

as the bright moon watches o?er us, o?er your little crib.

10. Sleep, Baby, Sleep German Traditional

Sleep, baby, sleep.

Your father?s watching his sheep,

your mother shakes the dreamland tree,

a little dream falls down for thee,

sleep, baby, sleep.

Sleep, baby, sleep,

the skies are full of sheep,

the little stars are the lambs, I guess,

the bright moon is the shepherdess,

sleep, baby, sleep.

11. Sweetly Sleep Traditional

Tiny baby, sweetly sleep, do not weep,

sleep in comfort, slumber deep.

I will rock you, rock you, rock you,

I will rock you, rock you, rock you.

Tiny baby sweetly sleep,

sleep in comfort slumber deep.

Little darling close your eyes, sweetly dream, while the stars shine in the sky.

I will rock you, rock you, rock you,

I will rock you, rock you, rock you.

Tiny baby sweetly sleep,

sleep in comfort slumber deep.

Scottie Duncan Guitar

12. Slumber SongTraditional (Lyrics Thomas Hastings) Be hushed, my dear, your mother?s near,

you need no longer weep,

soft melody she sings to thee,

now close your eyes in sleep.

Now close your eyes in sleep.

Sleep, sleep.

Be hushed, my dear, dry every tear,

and rest in slumber deep,

with lullaby, she holds you nigh,

now close your eyes in sleep.

Now close your eyes in sleep.

Sleep, sleep.

13. Tell Me Why Traditional

Tell me why the stars do shine,

Tell me why the ivy twines,

Tell me why the sky is so blue,

And I will tell you just why I love you.

Because God made the stars to shine,

Because God made the ivy twine,

Because God made the sky so blue,

Because God made you, that?s why I love you. I really think that God above,

created you for me to love,

He picked you out from all the rest,

Because he knew, dear,

I?d love you the best.

14. Winkum, WinkumTraditional

Winkum, winkum, shut your eye,

while I sing a lullaby,

for the night is almost here,

stars are flick?ring, oh, so near,

and the moonlight?s peeping over

yonder hilltop capped with clover.

Chickens long have gone to rest,

birds lie snug within their nest,

and my birdie soon will be,

sleeping like a chickadee,

for with only half a try,

winkum, winkum, shut your eye.

Winkum, winkum, shut your eye,

while I sing a lullaby,

for the night is almost here,

stars are flick?ring, oh, so near,

and the moonlight?s peeping over

yonder hilltop capped with love.

Susie Tallman Piano , Scottie Duncan Bass

15. Brahm’s Lullaby Johannes Brahms (Lyrics verses 3&4 Karen Kuntz) Lullaby and goodnight,

with roses bedight,

with down over spread

is baby?s wee bed;

lay thee down now and rest,

may thy slumbers be blest,

lay thee down now and rest,

may thy slumbers be blest.

Lullaby and goodnight,

thy mother?s delight,

bright angels beside

my darling abide;

they will guard thee at rest,

thou shalt wake on my breast,

they will guard thee at rest,

thou shalt wake on my breast.

Lullaby and goodnight,

with twinkling stars bright,

the sandman he spread,

sleep dust on thy head,

go to sleep, close your eyes,

dream of sweet lullabies,

go to sleep, close your eyes,

dream of sweet lullabies.

Lullaby and goodnight,

tuck the covers in tight,

you will find this night,

a land of delight;

pretty swans on a lake

and angel food cake,

baby dear, sugar pie,

not a cloud in the sky.

16. Kumbayah AfricanTraditional Kumbayah my Lord, Kumbayah Kumbayah my Lord, Kumbayah Kumbayah my Lord, Kumbayah Oh Lord Kumbayah

Someone?s singing Lord, Kumbayah Someone?s singing my Lord, Kumbayah Someone?s singing Lord, Kumbayah Oh Lord Kumbayah

Someone?s dreaming my Lord, Kumbayah Someone?s crying my Lord, Kumbayah Someone?s sleeping my Lord, Kumbayah Come by here my Lord, Kumbayah Come by here my Lord, Kumbayah Come by here my Lord, Kumbayah Oh Lord Kumbaya

17. Dona Nobis Pacem

Dona nobis pacem, pacem

Dona nobis pacem

Dona nobis pacem

Dona nobis pacem

Dona nobis pacem

Dona nobis pacem

18. All Through the Night

Sleep, my child, and peace attend thee, all through the night;

Guardian angels God will send thee, all through the night;

Soft the drowsy hours are creeping hill and vale in slumber steeping I my loving vigil keeping,

all through the night

While the moon her watch is keeping, all thought the night

While the weary world is sleeping, all through the night

O?er thy spirit gently stealing, visions of delight revealing,

Breathes a pure and holy feeling,

all through the night.

Mother dear is close beside thee,

all through the night

Watching that no harm befall thee,

all through the night

Through the open window streaming

moonlight on the floor is gleaming

While my baby lies a dreaming,

all through the night.

1. Suo Gan Traditional (Old Welsh)

Sleep my dear one lovely babe, I will rock you now to sleep, As I hold you, dreams will fill you, lovely babe go to sleep. Close your eyes now love surrounds you, little wonder little light. Sleep my dear one lovely babe,

I will rock you now to sleep.

Sleep my darling, gentle baby, I will hold you dear to me. Night is falling stars are shining, little one now close your eyes. Dream of angels all around thee, fields of flowers starry sky. Sleep my darling, gentle baby,

I will keep you near to me.

Sleep my baby on my bosom, warm and cozy will it prove. Round thee mother?s arms are

folding in her heart a mother?s love. There shall no one come to harm thee, Naught shall ever break thy rest. Sleep my darling babe in quiet, Sleep on mother?s gentle breast.

2. Dance to Your Daddy Traditional (Scottish)

Dance to your daddy, my little laddie,

Dance to your daddy, my little lamb.

You shall have a fishie on a little dishie, you shall have a fishie when the boat comes in. Dance to your daddy, my little baby,

Dance to your daddy my little lamb.

You shall have a fish and you shall have a fin,

and you shall have a haddock when the boat comes in.

Dance to your daddy, my little baby,

Dance to your daddy my little one.

You shall have a fish and you shall have a fin, and you shall have a fishie when the boat comes in.

3. Morningtown Ride (Popular Australian children?s song made famous by The Seekers) Written by Malvina Reynolds, Amadeo Music, ASCAP

Train whistle blowin? makes a sleepy noise, Underneath the blankets are all the girls and boys. Rockin? rollin? ridin? out along the bay,

all bound for morning town many miles away.

Driver at the engine, fireman rings the bell, sandman swings the lantern to show that all is well. Rockin? rollin? ridin? out along the bay,

all bound for morning town many miles away.

Maybe it is raining, when our train will ride,

all the little travelers are warm and snug inside. Rockin? rollin? ridin? out along the bay, all bound for morning town many miles away.

Somewhere there is sunshine, somewhere

there is day, somewhere there is morning

town many miles away. Rockin? rollin? ridin?

out along the bay, all bound for morning town many miles away.

4. Little Boy Blue Traditional (English)

Little boy blue come blow your horn, the sheep?s in the meadow the cow?s in the corn, where is the boy who looks after the sheep, he?s under the haystack fast asleep.

Little girl sweet, come sing your song, the sheep?s in the meadow the cow?s in the corn, where is the girl who looks after the sheep, she?s under the haystack fast asleep.

Little boy blue come blow your horn, the sheep?s in the meadow the cow?s in the corn, where is the boy who looks after the sheep, he?s under the haystack fast asleep.

5. Raisins & Almonds Traditional (Yiddish Lullaby)

To my little one?s cradle in the night, comes a little goat snowy and white, the goat will trot to the market, while mother her watch does keep, bringing back raisins and almonds, sleep my little one sleep.

Under baby?s cradle in the night, stands a goat so soft and snowy white, the goat will go to the market, to bring you wonderful treats, he?ll bring you raisins and almonds, sleep my little one sleep.

To my little one?s cradle in the night, comes a little goat snowy and white, the goat will trot to the market while father?s watch does keep, bringing back raisins and almonds, sleep, my little one sleep.

6. German Cradle Song Traditional

Lullaby, hush my babe and do not cry, in your cradle now you swing, until you sleep I?ll softly sing, Lullaby.

Lulla, lullaby, birds above you gliding high, wishing you a peaceful sleep, close your eyes and do not peek, Lullaby.

Lulla, lullalee, a nightingale will sing for thee, a song so soft upon your ear, tis only for a babe to hear, Lullalee.

Lulla, Lullaby, robin redbreast in the sky, lands upon the nest she built, and babe you snuggle in your quilt, Lullaby.

Lulla, Lullaby, blessed is the babe so shy, baby birdies in the tree, snuggle up so

merrily, Lullaby, Lullaby.

7. Fais Dodo Traditional (French Lullaby)

Go to sleep my little brother, go to sleep oh close your eyes. Go to sleep my little brother,

go to sleep oh close your eyes. Mother is baking, cake she is making, it will be ready for brother?s awaking. Go to sleep my little brother, go to sleep oh close your eyes.

Fais dodo Colas mon p?tit frere, fais dodo t?auras du lolo. Fais dodo, Colas mon p?tit frere, fais

dodo t?auras du lolo. Maman est en haut, qui fait du gateau, papa est en bas, qui fait (du) chocolat. Fais dodo, Colas mon p?tit frere, fais dodo t?auras du lolo.

Go to sleep my sweet little sister, go to sleep and you?ll have a treat. Go to sleep my sweet little sister, go to sleep and you?ll have a treat. Mama makes cake, it?s ready to bake, Papa?s down below and he?s making cocoa. Go to

sleep my sweet little sister, go to sleep my sweet little one.

8. Bye, Baby Bunting Traditional (English)

Bye, baby bunting, Daddy?s gone a

hunting. Bye, baby bunting, brother?s gone a hunting, to get a fleece so warm and trim to wrap their baby bunting in.

Bye, baby bunting, Mama?s gone a

milking. Bye, baby bunting, sister?s

gone a silking, to make the babe so

warm at night to help the babe sleep sound tonight.

Bye, baby bunting, Daddy?s gone a

hunting. Bye, baby bunting, brother?s gone a hunting, to get a fleece so warm and trim to wrap their baby bunting in.

9. Hush Now, My Baby Traditional

Hush now, my baby, lie still with your daddy, your mommy has gone to the mill,

to grind you some wheat to make you a treat, and so my dear baby lie still.

Hush now, my baby, lie still with your daddy, your mommy has baked you a pie, with crust that is golden, sweet apples it?s holdin?

and so now my baby don?t cry.

Hush now, my baby and sleep well till

morning, the bright moon looks on thee tonight, the wind in the trees may lull you to sleep, and so now my baby sleep tight.

10. Toora Loora Loora (Irish Lullaby)

Written by James R. Shannon

Toora loora loora, toora loora li,

toora loora loora, hush now don?t you cry.

Ah, toora loora loora, toora loora li,

toora loora loora, it?s an Irish Lullaby.

11. Baloo Baleerie Traditional (Gaelic Song)

Baloo baleerie, baloo, baleerie, baloo,

baleerie, baloo balee.

Gang a wa peerie fairies,

gang a wa peerie fairies,

Gang a wa peerie fairies frae oor ben noo.

12. Goodnight to You All Traditional (English Round)

Goodnight to you all

and sweet be your sleep

may angels around you their silent watch keep. Goodnight, goodnight, goodnight.

13. Rock-A-Bye Baby Traditional (English Lullaby)

Rock-a-bye, baby, on the treetop,

when the wind blows,

the cradle will rock,

when the bough breaks, the cradle will fall,

and down will come baby, cradle and all.

Rock-a-bye, baby, gently you swing,

over the cradle, mother will sing,

sweet is the lullaby o?er your nest that

tenderly sings my baby to rest.

14. Summertime (Lullaby from Porgy & Bess)

Written by George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin,

Du Bose Heyward

Summertime and the living is easy, fish are jumping and the cotton is high.

Oh your daddy?s rich

and your mama?s good looking,

so hush little baby don?t you cry.

One of these mornings you?re going to

rise up singing and you?ll spread your wings and you?ll take to the sky.

Until that morning there?s nothing can harm you, with daddy and mama standing by.

15. Waltzing Matilda (Unofficial Australian anthem)

Written by Marie Cowan, AB Patterson

Once a jolly swagman camped by a billabong under the shade of a koolabah tree, and he sang as he watched and waited till his billy boiled, you?ll come a waltzing matilda with me.

Waltzing matilda waltzing matilda, you?ll come a waltzing matilda with me, and he sang as he watched and waited till his billy boiled, you?ll come a waltzing matilda with me.

Down came a jumbuck to drink at the billabong, up jumped the swagman and grabbed him with glee, and he sang as he stowed that jumbuck in his tucker bag, you?ll come a waltzing matilda with me.

Waltzing matilda waltzing matilda, you?ll come a waltzing matilda with me, and he sang as he stowed that jumbuck in his tucker bag, you?ll come a waltzing matilda with me.

Up rode the squatter, mounted on his

thoroughbred, down came the troopers one, two, three. Where?s that jumbuck you?ve

got in your tucker bag?

You?ll come a waltzing matilda with me.

Waltzing matilda waltzing matilda, you?ll come a waltzing matilda with me. Where?s that jolly jumbuck you?ve got in your tucker bag?

You?ll come a waltzing matilda with me.

Up jumped the swagman, sprang into the billabong, you?ll never catch me alive said he, and his ghost may be heard as you pass by that billabong, you?ll come a waltzing matilda with me. Waltzing matilda waltzing matilda, you?ll come a waltzing matilda with me,

and his ghost may be heard as you pass by that billabong, you?ll come a waltzing matilda with me.

16. Baby’s Bed A Silver Moon Traditional (English Lullaby)

Written by Thomas Decker

Baby?s bed a silver moon, sailing o?er the sky.

Sailing o?er the sea of sleep,

while the star?s float by.

Sail baby sail, far across the sea,

only don?t forget to come back again to me.

Baby?s fishing for a dream, fishing near and far,

her line a silver moon beam is

her bait a silver star.

Sail baby sail, far across the sea,

only don?t forget to come back again to me.

1. Brezairola Lullaby - Auvergne Traditional

Soun, soun, bèni, bèni, bèni; Soun, soun, bèni, bèni, doun!

Soun, soun, bèni, bèni, bèni; Soun, soun, bèni,, d?èn docon!

Lou soun soun bouol pas bèni pècairé!

Lou soun soun bouol pas bèni, Lou nèni s?en bouol pas durmi! Oh!

Soun, soun, bèni, bèni, bèni; Soun, soun, bèni, bèni, doun!

Lou soun soun bouol pas bèni; L?efentou bouol pas durmi.

Soun, soun, bèni, bèni, bèni; Soun, soun, bèni o l?efon!

Lou soun soun bouol pas bèni; Lou soun soun bouol pas bèni.

Soun, soun, bèni, bèni, bèni; Soun, soun, bèni, bèni, doun!

Soun, soun, bèni, bèni, bèni; Soun, soun, bèni,, d?èn docon!

Atso lo qu?ès por oqui pècairè!

Atso lo qu?ès por oqui, Lou néni s?en boulio durmi. Ah!

English Version

Come, slumber, come, come,

Come, slumber, come, please come.

Come, slumber, come, come,

Come, slumber, from where you will.

Slumber does not want to come,

Poor baby.

Slumber does not want to come;

Baby cannot fall asleep. Oh!

Come, come, slumber, come quickly!

Come, come, slumber, come down now!

Slumber does not want to come.

Baby does not want to sleep.

Come, come, slumber, come quickly!

Come, come, come to my

Sweet babe!

Slumber does not want to come.

Baby does not want to sleep.

Come, slumber, come, come,

Come, slumber, come, please come.

Come, slumber, come, come,

Come, slumber, from where you will.

Slumber comes, at last it?s here, poor baby.

Slumber comes, at last it?s here;

Now the baby will fall aspleep. Ah!

2. Jesu Joy Of Man’s Desiring - Johann Sebastian Bach

Jesu joy of man?s desiring.

Holy wisdom, love most bright.

Ah, ah, ah.

Drawn by Thee, our souls aspiring.

To uncreated light.

Ah, ah, ah.

Word of God,

our flesh that fashioned

with the fire of life impassioned.

Striving still to truth unknown.

Soaring dying round Thy throne.

3. Brahms’ Lullaby - Johannes Brahms

Guten Abend, gut? Nacht, mit Rosen bedacht,

mit Nag? lein besteckt, schlupf? unter die Deck?::

morgen fruh, wenn Gott will, wirst du wieder geweckt, morgen fruh, wenn Gott will, wirst du wieder geweckt.

Guten Abend, gut? Nacht,

Von Eng? lein bewacht, die zeigen im Traum dir Christkindleins Baum:

schlaf?nun selig

und suss, schau?im Traum?s Paradies,

schlaf?nun selig und suss, schau?im Traum?s Paradies.

English Version:

Lullaby and goodnight, In the sky stars are bright

Round your head, flowers gay, scent your slumbers till day.

Close your eyes now and rest, May these hours be blest,

Go to sleep now and rest, May these hours be blest.

5. Hansel And Gretl - Engelbert Humperdinck

I shut the children?s peepers, sh!

And guard the little sleepers, sh!

For dearly do I love them, sh!

And gladly watch above them, sh!

And with my little bag of sand

Beside the children?s bed I stand;

Then little sleepy eyelids close,

And little limbs have sweet repose:

And if they?re good and quickly go to sleep, Then, from the starry sky above,

The angels come with peace and love,

And bring the children happy dreams

While watch they keep!

Then slumber, slumber, children slumber,

For happy dreams will come to you the hours you sleep! Sandman was there!

Let us first say our evening prayer!

When at night I go to sleep,

Fourteen angels watch do keep,

Two my head are guarding,

Two my feet are guiding,

Two are on my right hand,

Two are on my left hand,

Two who warmly cover,

Two who o?er me hover,

Two to whom tis given

To guide my steps to Heaven.

6. Hymn To The New World - Anton Dvorak Day is done, gone the sun

Night is drawing nigh.

Close your eyes little one,

Hear my lullaby.

Sweetly sleep slumber deep

Have no doubt or fear

While you sleep little one

I?ll be always near.

7. Ave Maria - Johann Sebastian Bach

Ave Maria,

gratia plena,

Dominus tecum,

Benedicta tu in mulieribus et

Benedictus fructus

Ventris tui Jesus.

Sancta Maria,

Sancta Maria, Maria,

ora pronobis,

nobis peccatoribus,

nunc et hora,

in hora mortis nostrae,

Amen! Amen!

9. Ombra Mai Fu From Xerxes - George Frederick Handel

Recit.

Frondi tenere e belle

Del mio platano amato,

Per voi risplenda il fato.

Tuoni, lampi e procelle

Non v?oltraggino mai la cara pace.

Ne giung a profanarvi austro rapace!

ARIA

Ombra mai fu Di vegetabile Cara ed amabile Soave piu.

English Version:

Tender and beautiful branches

Of my beloved plain tree,

For you fate brightly shines;

Thunder, lightning and storms

Never disturb your majestic calm.

Never was there a shadow of branches

Sweeter, more refreshing.

Or more gentle.

10. Hymn To The Moon - Anton Dvorak

Měsí?ku, na ne-bi hlubokém světlo tvé dalekovidí

po světě bloudis sirokém,

Divas se vpríbytky lidí,

Po světě bloudís sirokém, dívas se vpríbytkylidí!

Měsí?ku, postuj chvíli,

Reknimi, kde je muj mily?

Měsí?ku, postuj chvíli, rekni mi rekni, kde je muj mily?

Rekni mu, stríbrny měsí?ku mě ze jej objíma ramě, aby si alespon chvili?ku, Vzpome-nul ve sněni na mě, aby si alespon chvili?ku vzpomenul ve sněni na mě. Zasvět mu do daleka.

Zasvět mu, rekni, kdo tu nan ?eka, zasvět

Mu do daleka zasvet mu, rekní mu, rekni, kdo tu nan ?eka.

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11. Sleep On Little One - Johannes Brahms

The flow?rets all sleep soundly,

Beneath the moon?s bright ray,

They nod their heads together and dream the night away.

The budding trees wave to and fro,

And murmur soft and low.

Sleep on!

Sleep on,

Sleep on, my little one!

12. Now The Day Is Over - Gould and Sir Joseph Barnby

Now the day is over, Night is drawing nigh, Shadows of the evening Steal across the sky

13. Evening Hymn (from Elijah) - Felix Mendelssohn

Hear us, Father, as we pray,

Thou hast kept us throught the day.

Fold us now in drowsy night,

Wake us with thy morning light.

15. Ave Maria - Gerard Sars

Es nee-mes loe-stert baej ich sjtil mien hert wilt neet nao hoes toe gaon; Ich veul ?t leid van al mien vrunj, ich wil nog aeve blieve sjtaon: Ave Maria, Ave Maria, Ave Maria

Maria heur mien sjtil ge-bed mien vroa-ge en mien win-se aan;

Zo-det ich bliej nao hoes kin gaon, ich weit det Geer mich biej z?lt sijaon: Ave Maria, Ave Maria, Ave Maria

Wie d?k h?bt Geer mich al verheurd es ich ?t zjwaor had opgebeurd; Daorom kin ich ger?s noe gaon, daorom bleef ich nog aeve sjtaon: Ave Maria, Ave Maria, Ave Maria

16. Little Children - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Little children, tiny children,

So tired and so sleepy.

Weary children, drowsy children,

To dreamland will go.

In their bed with downy pilows,

The children?s heads rest on.

Sleepy children, weary children,

To dreamland have gone.

18. Mozart’s Lullaby - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Sleep, little one, go to sleep.

So peaceful the birds and the sheep.

Quiet are the meado and trees,

Even the buzz of the bees,

The silvery moonbeams so bright,

Down throught the window give light,

O?er you the moonbeams will creep,

Sleep little one go to sleep.

Good night, good night.

1. Santa Claus is Coming To Town

Words and music by J. Fred Coots, Henry Gillespie ? 1934 You better watch out

You better not cry

You better not pout

I'm telling you why

Santa Claus is coming to town

He's making a list,

Checking it twice;

Gonna find out

Who's naughty or nice

Santa Claus is coming to town

He sees you when you're sleeping

He knows when you're awake

He knows if you've been bad or good

So be good for goodness sake!

With little tin horns and little toy drums

Rooty toot toots and rummy tum tums

Santa Claus is coming to town!

Santa Claus is coming to town!

Santa Claus is coming to town!

2. Merry Christmas Greeting

3. A Holly Jolly Christmas

Words and music by Johnny Marks ? 1962

Have a holly jolly Christmas,

It?s the best time of the year.

I don?t know if there?ll be snow,

but have a cup of cheer.

Have a holly jolly Christmas,

and when you walk down the street

Say hello to friends you know and everyone you meet. Oh ho, the mistletoe, hung where you can see.

Somebody waits for you;

Kiss him once for me!

Have a holly jolly Christmas,

and in case you didn?t hear:

Oh by golly have a holly jolly Christmas this year.

4. Up On the Housetop

B.R. Hanby

Duet with Susie & Juliet;

Background Vocals –Juliet, Keely & Julianna Up on the housetop reindeer pause,

Out jumps good old Santa Claus;

Down thro? the chimney with lots of toys, All for the little ones, Christmas joys

Ho, Ho, Ho! Who wouldn't go!

Ho, Ho, Ho! Who wouldn't go!

Up on the housetop, click, click, click

Down thro? the chimney with good Saint Nick First comes the stocking of little Nell; Oh, dear Santa, fill it well;

Give her a dollie that laughs and crys

One that will open and shut her eyes

Ho, Ho, Ho! Who wouldn't go!

Ho, Ho, Ho! Who wouldn't go!

Up on the housetop, click, click, click

Down through the chimney with good Saint Nick Next comes the stocking of little Will; Oh, just see what a glorious fill!

Here is a hammer and lots of tacks,

Also a ball and a whip that cracks.

Ho, Ho, Ho! Who wouldn't go!

Ho, Ho, Ho! Who wouldn't go!

Up on the housetop, click, click, click

Down through the chimney with good Saint Nick

5. Joke - Junglebells

What do gorillas sing at Christmas?

Junglebells, Junglebells!

6. Jingle Bells

Traditional by James Pierpoint 1857

Jingle bells, jingle bells

Jingle all the way

Oh, what fun it is to ride

In a one horse open sleigh

Jingle bells, jingle bells

Jingle all the way

Oh, what fun it is to ride

In a one horse open sleigh

Dashing through the snow

In a one horse open sleigh

O'er the fields we go

Laughing all the way (ha ha ha)

Bells on bob tails ring

Making spirits bright

What fun it is to ride and sing

A sleighing song tonight

A day or two ago

I thought I'd take a ride

And soon Miss Fanny Bright

Was seated by my side

The horse was lean and lank

Misfortune seemed his lot

We got into a drifted bank

And we, we got upsot -upside down!

7. Joke - Iceburgers & Snowball

What do Snowmen eat for lunch?

Iceburgers

Where do Snowmen dance?

At a Snowball

8. Frosty the Snowman

Written by Walter "Jack" Rollins and Steve Nelson,

first recorded by Gene Autry and the Cass County Boys in 1950. Copyrite Chappell & Co., Inc.

Featuring Stella & Maz

Come a little closer children

I?ve got a story to tell

It?s about a man you?ve heard of (Oh gee)

And I, I knew him well (How well?)

He was born on a cold winter?s morning

And went on to gain great fame

May I begin my story?

And refer to him by name…(Please do)

Frosty the snowman was a jolly happy soul

With a corncob pipe and a button nose

And two eyes made out of coal.

Frosty the snowman is a fairy tale; they say

He was made of snow but the children

Know how he came to life one day. (But how?)

There must have been some magic in that

Old silk hat they found.

For when they placed it on his head

He began to dance around.

O, Frosty the snowman

Was alive as he could be

And the children say he could laugh

And play just the same as you and me.

Thumpetty thump thump,

Thumpety thump thump,

Look at Frosty go. (Come on!)

Thumpetty thump thump,

Thumpety thump thump,

Over the hills of snow. (Hey over here!)

Frosty the snowman knew

The sun was hot that day,

So he said, "Let's run and

We'll have some fun

Before I melt away." (Where did he go?)

Down to the village,

With a broomstick in his hand,

Running here and there all

Around the square saying,

Catch me if you can.

He led them down the streets of town

Right to the traffic cop.

And he only paused a moment when

He heard him holler "Stop!"

For Frosty the snow man

Had to hurry on his way,

But he waved goodbye saying,

"Don't you cry,

I'll be back again someday."

Thumpetty thump thump,

Thumpety thump thump,

Look at Frosty go. (Bye bye)

9. Merry Christmas: Spanish & Swedish

Feliz Navidad & God Jul! (Good Yule)

10. The Little Drummer Boy

Words and Music by Katherine Davis, Henry Onorati & Harry Simeone ? 1957 Featuring Maz on Drums

Come they told me, pa rum pum pum pum

A new born King to see, pa rum pum pum pum

Our finest gifts we bring, pa rum pum pum pum

To lay before the King, pa rum pum pum pum,

rum pum pum pum, rum pum pum pum,

So to honor Him, pa rum pum pum pum,

When we come.

Little Baby, pa rum pum pum pum

I am a poor boy too, pa rum pum pum pum

I have no gift to bring, pa rum pum pum pum

That's fit to give a King, pa rum pum pum pum, rum pum pum pum, rum pum pum pum,

Shall I play for you, pa rum pum pum pum,

On my drum?

Mary nodded, pa rum pum pum pum

The ox and lamb kept time, pa rum pum pum pum I played my drum for Him, pa rum pum pum pum I played my best for Him, pa rum pum pum pum, rum pum pum pum, rum pum pum pum,

Then He smiled at me, pa rum pum pum pum

Me and my drum.

11. Joke – Reindeer Wearing Earmuffs

What do you call a reindeer wearing earmuffs? Anything you want to – he can?t hear you.

12. Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer

Words by Robert L. May (c) 1947 Music by Johnny Marks Featuring Stella

You know Dasher and Dancer

And Prancer and Vixen,

Comet and Cupid

And Donner and Blitzen.

But do you recall

The most famous reindeer of all?

Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer

had a very shiny nose.

And if you ever saw it,

you would even say it glows.

All of the other reindeer

used to laugh and call him names.

They never let poor Rudolph

join in any reindeer games.

Then one foggy Christmas Eve

Santa came to say:

"Rudolph with your nose so bright,

won't you guide my sleigh tonight?"

Then how the reindeer loved him

as they shouted out with glee,

Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer,

you'll go down in history!

On Dasher and Dancer and Prancer and Vixen On Comet and Cupid and Donner and Blitzen On Dasher and Dancer and Prancer and Vixen On Comet and Cupid and Donner and Blitzen Repeats: (Reindeer), (Like a lightbulb),

(Saw it), (Like a lightbulb), (Like Pinocchio) (Like Monopoly), (Ho, Ho, Ho), (Loved him) (Yippee), (Like George Washington)

13. God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen

Featuring the New Mexico Christmas Choristers, Zoey Reese, Michael Finnegan & Kari Reese Mark O?Connor Piano and production God rest ye merry, gentlemen

Let nothing you dismay

Remember, Christ, our Savior

Was born on Christmas day

To save us all from Satan's power

When we were gone astray

O tidings of comfort and joy,

Comfort and joy

O tidings of comfort and joy

In Bethlehem, in Israel,

This blessed Babe was born

And laid within a manger

Upon this blessed morn

The which His Mother Mary

Did nothing take in scorn

O tidings of comfort and joy,

Comfort and joy

O tidings of comfort and joy

From God our Heav?nly Father

A blessed Angel came;

And unto certain Shepherds

Brought tidings of the same:

How that in Bethlehem was born

The Son of God by Name.

O tidings of comfort and joy,

Comfort and joy

O tidings of comfort and joy

14. Merry Christmas: Portuguese & Navajo

Feliz Natal & Merry Keshmish

15. I’m Getting Nuttin’ for Christmas

Words and music by Sid Tepper and Roy C. Bennett ? 1955 Stella, Susie & Maz

I'm gettin' nuttin' for Christmas

Mommy and Daddy are mad.

I'm getting nuttin' for Christmas

'Cause I ain't been nuttin' but bad.

I broke my bat on Johnny's head;

Somebody snitched on me.

I hid a frog in sister's bed;

Somebody snitched on me.

Spilled some ink on Mommy's rug;

I made Tommy eat a bug;

Bought some gum with a penny slug;

Somebody snitched on me.

Chorus

I put a tack on teacher's chair

Somebody snitched on me.

I tied a knot in Susie's hair

Somebody snitched on me.

I did a dance on Mommy's plants

Climbed a tree and tore my pants

Filled the sugar bowl with ants

Somebody snitched on me.

Chorus

I won't be seeing Santa Claus;

Somebody snitched on me.

He won't come visit me because

Somebody snitched on me.

Next year I'll be going straight;

Next year I'll be good, just wait

I'd start now, but it's too late;

Somebody snitched on me.

So you better be good the whole year through

'Cause if you're bad, I'm warning you,

You'll get nuttin' for Christmas.

16. Love Came Down at Christmas

Christina G Rossetti (1830-1894) Traditional Irish Melody Featuring Gregg Daigle on Guitar

and Richard Pleasance on Vocals

Love Came Down at Christmas,

Love all lovely, love divine;

Love was born at Christmas,

Star and angels gave the sign.

Love shall be our token,

Love be yours and love be mine,

Love to God and all men,

Love for plea and gift and sign.

Love Came Down at Christmas,

Love all lovely, love divine;

Love was born at Christmas,

Star and angels gave the sign.

17. Deck the Hall

Traditional Old Welsh Air

Featuring the New Mexico Christmas Choristers and

Mark O?Connor Piano and production

Deck the hall with boughs of holly,

Fa la la la la, la la la la.

Tis the season to be jolly,

Fa la la la la, la la la la.

Don we now our gay apparel,

Fa la la, la la la, la la la.

Troll the ancient Yule tide carol,

Fa la la la la, la la la la.

See the blazing Yule before us,

Fa la la la la, la la la la.

Strike the harp and join the chorus.

Fa la la la la, la la la la.

Follow me in merry measure,

Fa la la la la, la la la la.

While I tell of Yule tide treasure,

Fa la la la la, la la la la.

Fast away the old year passes,

Fa la la la la, la la la la.

Hail the new, ye lads and lasses,

Fa la la la la, la la la la.

Sing we joyous, all together,

Fa la la la la, la la la la.

Heedless of the wind and weather,

Fa la la la la, la la la la.

18. Joke – Santa Walking Backwards

Who says OH, OH, OH?

Santa – walking backwards

19. You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch - Dr. Seuss' “How the Grinch Stole Christmas" Written by Dr. Seuss, Music by Albert Hague ? 1966

Michael Finnegan & Susie Duet

You're a mean one, Mr. Grinch.

You really are a heel.

You're as cuddly as a cactus,

You're as charming as an eel.

Mr. Grinch.

You're a bad banana

With a greasy black peel.

You're a monster, Mr. Grinch.

Your heart's an empty hole.

Your brain is full of spiders,

You've got garlic in your soul.

Mr. Grinch.

I wouldn't touch you, with a

thirty-nine-and-a-half foot pole.

You're a vile one, Mr. Grinch.

You have termites in your smile.

You have all the tender sweetness

Of a seasick crocodile.

Mr. Grinch.

Given the choice between the two of you

I'd take the seasick crocodile.

You're a foul one, Mr. Grinch.

You're a nasty, wasty skunk.

Your heart is full of unwashed socks

Your soul is full of gunk.

Mr. Grinch.

The three words that best describe you,

are, and I quote: "Stink. Stank. Stunk."

20. Merry Christmas: French & Italian

Joyeux No?l & Buon Natale

21. We Wish You a Merry Christmas

Traditional English Folk Song

Duet with Susie & Juliet

We wish you a Merry Christmas,

We wish you a Merry Christmas,

We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Please bring us a figgy pudding,

Please bring us a figgy pudding,

Please bring us a figgy pudding and a cup of good cheer Good tidings we bring to you and your kin;

Good tidings for Christmas and a Happy New Year. We like figgy figgy pudding,

We like figgy figgy pudding,

We like figgy figgy pudding, and a cup of good cheer

We won't go until we?ve got some,

We won't go until we?ve got some,

We won't go until we?ve got some, kindly bring some out here. We wish you a Merry Christmas,

We wish you a Merry Christmas,

We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

22. I Saw Three Ships

Traditional Old English Melody

Featuring Gregg Daigle on Guitar, Maz on Drums

I saw three ships come sailing in

On Christmas day, on Christmas day.

I saw three ships come sailing in

On Christmas day in the morning.

And what was in those ships all three,

On Christmas day, on Christmas day?

And what was in those ships all three

On Christmas day in the morning?

The Virgin Mary and Christ were there,

On Christmas day, on Christmas day.

The Virgin Mary and Christ were there,

On Christmas day in the morning.

Then let us all rejoice, Amain,

On Christmas day, on Christmas day

Then let us all rejoice, Amain,

On Christmas day in the morning.

23. Here We Come-A-Caroling

Traditional Old English Wassail Song

Featuring the New Mexico Christmas Choristers,

Meghan Bode, Peter Stoll, Wendy Barker & Zane Barker Mark O?Connor Piano and production

Here we come a caroling

Among the leaves so green;

Here we come a wand'ring,

So fair to be seen.

Love and joy come to you,

And to you glad Christmas too;

And God bless you and send you a Happy New Year, And God send you a Happy New Year.

Good Master and Mistress

As you sit by the fire

Pray think of us poor children,

Who wander in the mire.

Chorus

God bless the Master of this house,

Likewise the Mistress too

And all the little children,

That round the table go.

Chorus

24. Go Tell It On The Mountain

Afro-American Spiritual, 19th cent; adapt. John W. Work (b. 1901) original arr. Horace Clarence Boyer (b. 1935)

Erin Moody and Michael Finnegan - Background Vocals Gregg Daigle - Banjo & Guitar

Go tell it on the mountain,

Over the hills and everywhere;

Go tell it on the mountain,

that Jesus Christ is born!

While shepherds kept their watching

o?er silent flocks by night, behold,

throughout the heavens there shone a holy light.

Chorus

The shepherds feared and trembled

When lo! Above the earth

Rang out the angel chorus

That hailed our Savior?s birth.

Chorus

25. Joke – Christmas Cake

What?s the best thing to put into a Christmas Cake?

Your teeth

26. O Christmas Tree (O Tannenbaum)

Traditional German Folk Song

Featuring Juliet Doherty on Vocals

O Christmas Tree! O Christmas Tree!

Forever true your color

O Christmas Tree! O Christmas Tree!

Forever true your color.

Your boughs so green, in summer time,

Stay bravely green in wintertime

O Christmas Tree! O Christmas Tree!

Forever true your color!

O Christmas Tree! O Christmas Tree!

You fill my heart with music!

O Christmas Tree! O Christmas Tree!

You fill my heart with music!

Reminding me on Christmas day

To think of you and then be gay

O Christmas Tree! O Christmas Tree!

You fill my heart with music!

27. Joke – Tinsellitis

What happens if you eat the Christmas Decorations?

You get Tinsellitis

28. We Need A Little Christmas (Haul Out the Holly) Music and Lyric by Jerry Herman from the musical Mame Caleb Robinson & Stella Farnan - Background Vocals

Haul out the holly

Put up the tree before my spirit falls again

Fill up the stocking

I may be rushing things but deck the halls again now.

For we need a little Christmas, right this very minute

Candles in the window, carols at the spinet

Yes, we need a little Christmas, right this very minute

It hasn't snowed a single flurry

But Santa, dear, we're in a hurry!

Climb down the chimney

Turn on the brightest string of lights I?ve ever seen

Slice up the fruitcake

It's time we hung some tinsel on that evergreen bough.

Cause we need a little music, need a little laughter

Need a little singing, ringing through the rafter

And we need a little snappy “Happy ever after”

Need a little Christmas now!

29. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

Music by Hugh Martin and Lyrics by Ralph Blane 1943

Introduced by Judy Garland in the 1944 film “Meet Me in St. Louis” Have yourself a merry little Christmas,

Let your heart be light

From now on, our troubles will be out of sight

Have yourself a merry little Christmas,

Make the Yule-tide gay,

From now on, our troubles will be miles away.

Here we are as in olden days,

Happy golden days of yore.

Faithful friends who are dear to us

Gather near to us, once more.

Through the years

We all will be together,

If the Fates allow

Hang a shining star upon the highest bough.

And have yourself a merry little Christmas now.

30. Jolly Old St. Nicholas

Traditional

Juliet, Keely, Mia, Summer & Julianna - Children?s Voices

Jolly old St. Nicholas, Lean your ear this way!

Don?t you tell a single soul, What I?m going to say;

Christmas Eve is coming soon; Now, you dear old man,

Whisper what you?ll bring to me: Tell me if you can.

When the clock is striking twelve, When I'm fast asleep,

Down the chimney broad and black, With your pack you'll creep;

All the stockings you will find Hanging in a row;

Mine will be the shortest one, You'll be sure to know.

Johnny wants a pair of skates; Susie wants a sled;

Nellie wants a picture book; yellow blue and red;

Now I think I'll leave to you

what to give the rest;

Choose for me, dear Santa Claus,

You will know the best.

31. Merry Christmas: Japanese & Hawaiian

Shinnen Omedeto & Mele Kalikimaka

32. White Christmas

Music and Lyrics by Irving Berlin

Originally featured in the movie Holiday Inn starring Bing Crosby in 1942

I'm dreaming of a white Christmas

Just like the ones I used to know

Where the treetops glisten,

and children listen

To hear sleigh bells in the snow

I'm dreaming of a white Christmas

With every Christmas card I write

May your days be merry and bright

And may all your Christmases be white

I'm dreaming of a white Christmas

With every Christmas card I write

May your days be merry and bright

And may all your Christmases be white

33. Willy the Wombat’s Christmas Adventure

Story Written by Karen Kuntz, Score & original music by Peter Farnan. Carols and songs sung by New Mexico Christmas Choristers and Christmas Children?s Choir

Narrator: Bob

Emmy the Cat & Max the Dog: Jane

Willy the Wombat: Spock

Willy the Wombat crawled out of his burrow and sniffed the warm evening air. It was the Christmas season in Australia and he could hear Kangaroo's family singing festive songs off in the distance. Willy the Wombat was excited because he was heading to London and New York to visit his dear friends Emmy the cat and Max the dog.

Willy arrived in London and Emmy was happy to show him around. "Oh Wombat," purred Emmy, "How lovely of you to spend some of your Christmas holiday here. And my goodness, put your coat and hat on. It is cold!"

Emmy led Willy down the snowy streets of London to a warm teahouse where they enjoyed sweet biscuits, chamomile tea, and a special order of celery root salad for Wombat. The beautiful sound of bells chimed as carolers strolled along the streets and among restaurants.

Suddenly, the gong from Big Ben struck 5 times. "Oh dear," said Wombat to Emmy, "I must catch my flight to New York. It was so wonderful to see you and your beautiful city my mate!" Emmy waved good-bye, "Cheerio and Merry Christmas!

Bright city lights and bustling shoppers were the first things that Willy noticed as Max the dog showed him around New York City. They admired the Christmas window displays at Macy's department store. Snow scenes with children singing could be seen through the large glass.

"Come along," panted Max. "There is so much to see!” The two friends walked along the streets aglow with holiday lights toward Rockefeller Center. The chill in the air made them walk faster and they arrived to see many ice skaters on the rink. Cheerful music filled the night encouraging skaters to sing along.

A choir gathered along the balcony of Rockefeller Center's rink. "I hope they sing one of my favorite carols," Willy said to Max.

"You know, my dear friend, all these lovely songs make me miss my home. I must get back by Christmas Eve. Thank you for the wonderful tour! See you later! “ “Bye bye! Ruff ruff!”

The next day was Christmas Eve. Wombat arrived back home just in time to go to the Carols by Candlelight in Melbourne- a Christmas Eve tradition he loved. Willy realized how nice it was to be back in the warm Australian weather “There?s no place like home!”

With fond memories of his travels and Christmas carols in his head, Wombat gratefully went back to his burrow and fell asleep. He dreamt of getting a stocking filled with sweet grass, mushrooms, marsh roots, and maybe even a jingle bell!

34. In the Bleak Midwinter

Written by Christina Rossetti 1872

Merrie Amsterburg - Background Vocals

Gregg Daigle - Mandoline

In the bleak midwinter, frosty wind made moan,

Earth stood hard as iron, water like a stone;

Snow had fallen, snow on snow, snow on snow,

In the bleak midwinter, long ago.

Angels and archangels may have gathered there,

Cherubim and seraphim thronged the air;

But His mother only, in her maiden bliss,

worshipped the beloved with a kiss.

What can I give Him, poor as I am?

If I were a shepherd, I would bring a lamb;

If I were a Wise Man, I would do my part;

Yet what I can I give Him: give my heart.

35. Angels We Have Heard on High

Traditional

Featuring the New Mexico Christmas Choristers and

Mark O?Connor Piano and production

Angels we have heard on high

Sweetly singing o'er the plains,

And the mountains in reply

Echoing their joyous strains.

Gloria, in excelsis Deo!

Gloria, in excelsis Deo!

Come to Bethlehem and see

Christ Whose birth the angels sing;

Come, adore on bended knee,

Christ the Lord, the newborn King.

Gloria, in excelsis Deo!

Gloria, in excelsis Deo!

36. Away In A Manger

Traditional

Erin Moody, Lydia Schmutz, and Jocelyn Boyack - Background Vocals Gregg Daigle - Guitar

Away in a manger,

No crib for a bed

The little Lord Jesus

Laid down His sweet head

The stars in the sky

Looked down where He lay

The little Lord Jesus

Asleep on the hay

The cattle are lowing

The Baby awakes

But little Lord Jesus

No crying He makes

I love Thee, Lord Jesus

Look down from the sky

And stay by my cradle,

'Til morning is nigh.

Be near me, Lord Jesus,

I ask Thee to stay

Close by me forever

And love me I pray

Bless all the dear children

In Thy tender care

And take us to heaven

To live with Thee there

37. Twas The Night Before Christmas

Written by Clement Clarke Moore 1823

Reading by Hal Simons; Original score by Peter Farnan

'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse;

The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there;

The children were nestled all snug in their beds,

While visions of sugar-plums danced in their heads; And mamma in her 'kerchief, and I in my cap,

Had just settled down for a long winter's nap,

When out on the lawn there arose such a clatter,

I sprang from the bed to see what was the matter. Away to the window I flew like a flash,

Tore open the shutters and threw up the sash.

The moon on the breast of the new-fallen snow

Gave the luster of mid-day to objects below,

When, what to my wondering eyes should appear, But a miniature sleigh, and eight tiny reindeer,

With a little old driver, so lively and quick,

I knew in a moment it must be St. Nick.

More rapid than eagles his coursers they came,

And he whistled, and shouted, and called them by name; "Now, Dasher! now, Dancer! now, Prancer and Vixen! On, Comet! on Cupid! on, Donder and Blitzen!

To the top of the porch! to the top of the wall!

Now dash away! dash away! dash away all!"

As dry leaves that before the wild hurricane fly,

When they meet with an obstacle, mount to the sky, So up to the house-top the coursers they flew,

With the sleigh full of toys, and St. Nicholas too. And then, in a twinkling, I heard on the roof

The prancing and pawing of each little hoof.

As I drew in my hand, and was turning around,

Down the chimney St. Nicholas came with a bound. He was dressed all in fur, from his head to his foot, And his clothes were all tarnished with ashes and soot;

A bundle of toys he had flung on his back,

And he looked like a peddler just opening his pack. His eyes -- how they twinkled! his dimples how merry! His cheeks were like roses, his nose like a cherry! His droll little mouth was drawn up like a bow,

And the beard of his chin was as white as the snow; The stump of a pipe he held tight in his teeth,

And the smoke it encircled his head like a wreath; He had a broad face and a little round belly,

That shook, when he laughed like a bowlful of jelly.

He was chubby and plump, a right jolly old elf,

And I laughed when I saw him, in spite of myself;

A wink of his eye and a twist of his head,

Soon gave me to know I had nothing to dread;

He spoke not a word, but went straight to his work,

And filled all the stockings; then turned with a jerk,

And laying his finger aside of his nose,

And giving a nod, up the chimney he rose;

He sprang to his sleigh, to his team gave a whistle,

And away they all flew like the down of a thistle.

But I heard him exclaim, ere he drove out of sight,

Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!

38. Oh Little Town of Bethlehem

Traditional 1865

Oh little town of Bethlehem, how still we see thee lie

Above thy deep and dreamless sleep the silent stars go by Yet in thy dark streets shineth, the everlasting light

The hopes and fears of all the years are met in thee tonight. For Christ is born of Mary, and gathered all above

While mortals sleep the angels keep their watch of wondering love Oh morning stars together, proclaim the holy birth.

And praises sing to God our king, and peace to all on earth.

39. Some Children See Him

Music & Lyrics by Alfred Burt

Susie & Juliet Duet

Some children see Him lily white,

The baby Jesus born this night.

Some children see Him lily white,

With tresses soft and fair.

Some children see Him bronzed and brown,

The Lord of heav'n to earth come down.

Some children see Him bronzed and brown,

With dark and heavy hair.

Some children see Him almond-eyed,

This Savior whom we kneel beside.

Some children see Him almond-eyed,

With skin of yellow hue.

Some children see Him dark as they,

Sweet Mary's Son to whom we pray.

Some children see him dark as they,

And, ah! they love Him, too!

The children in each difference place

Will see the baby Jesus? face

Like theirs but bright with heavenly grace

And filled with holy light

Oh lay aside each earthly thing and with thy heart as offering Come worship now the infant king tis love that?s born tonight.

40. Merry Christmas – German

Fr?hliche Weihnachten!

41. Silent Night

Gregg Daigle - Guitar

Silent night, holy night

All is calm, all is bright

Round yon Virgin Mother and Child

Holy Infant so tender and mild

Sleep in heavenly peace

Sleep in heavenly peace

Silent night, holy night!

Shepherds quake at the sight

Glories stream from heaven afar

Heavenly hosts sing Alleluia!

Christ, the Savior is born

Christ, the Savior is born

Silent night, holy night

Son of God, love's pure light

Radiant beams from Thy holy face

With the dawn of redeeming grace

Jesus, Lord, at Thy birth

Jesus, Lord, at Thy birth

42. The Christmas Song

Written by Mel Tormé and Robert Wells ? 1945

Richard Pleasance – Additional Vocals

Chestnuts roasting on an open fire

Jack Frost nipping at your nose

Yuletide carols being sung by a choir

And folks dressed up like Eskimos.

Everybody knows a turkey and some mistletoe

Will help to make the season bright

Tiny tots with their eyes all aglow

Will find it hard to sleep tonight.

They know that Santa's on his way

He's loaded lots of toys

and goodies on his sleigh

And every mother's child is gonna spy

To see if reindeer really know how to fly.

And so I'm offering this simple phrase

To kids from one to ninety-two Although it?s been said many times, many ways Merry Christmas to You!

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