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Aashiana
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Every Living Thing

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Artist's Name (As you would like it to appear on this page.): 
J. P. Taylor
Lyrics: 

Every living thing on the Earth has got its place
On this little blue planet that’s spinning around in space
Yeah, every living thing on the Earth is meant to be
From the birds in the sky, to the fish down in the sea

Eins, zwei, drei / uno, due, tre
Un, deux, trois / one, two, three

And we’re all singing for the Earth from Australia
To Asia and Africa
Antarctica and Europe and North and South America
And even out on the water the sailors
Are catching the notion
From Atlantic to Pacific and the Arctic and Indian Oceans

Ichi, ni, san / ahdeen, dvah, tree
Uno, dos, tres / one, two, three

Every living thing on the Earth has a role to play
As day turns to night, and night once again to day
Yeah, every living thing here on Earth needs a place to be
And deserves a chance to live, like you and me

Un, deux, trois / uno, due tre
Eins, zwei, drei / one, two, three

And we’re all singing for the Earth from Australia
To Asia and Africa
Antarctica and Europe and North and South America
And even out on the water the sailors
Are catching the notion
From Atlantic to Pacific and the Arctic and Indian Oceans

Ichi, ni, san / ahdeen, dvah, tree
Uno, dos, tres / one, two, three
Un, deux, trois / uno, due tre
Eins, zwei, drei / one, two, three

Description: 

On Singin' for the Earth, J.P. Taylor focuses on conservation and environmental protection issues, including recycling, pollution, endangered species and habitat preservation. Save ‘em • Sing About the Manatee • The Landfill Blues • Extinction • Every Living Thing • The Lady in the Tree -- A tribute to Julia Butterfly Hill • On Goes the Water Cycle • Slash and Burn • The Rain Forest Song • Do Something About It • Antarctica • I Can Make A Difference

About the Artist: 

From J. P. Taylor:
Since I was a child I’ve been interested in and attracted to nature. And at an early age I became interested in music and began writing songs.

I became a teacher to make a difference in the world. Through my songs I’ve tried to help kids understand how people and the other living things in the world are interdependent – and share my passion for the Earth’s natural environment.

There are so many people all over the world who care about the Earth and are doing things to help our planet, little things and big things. More and more are joining us every day.

I have come to realize that my mission is to support and encourage these "Eco-Crusaders" and help spread the word about all they are doing, and all that still needs to be done, to save our planet.

I believe a song can change the world. A song can open eyes, minds, and hearts. Songs can inspire and encourage. The Earth needs people with passion to help us get back on track. My songs are for these people – looking forward, being positive, and working together.

Monkey with a Coconut

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Artist's Name (As you would like it to appear on this page.): 
Geof Johnson
Lyrics: 

Monkey with a coconut was sitting in a tree.
Monkey with a coconut was making fun of me.
I told him that I'd like to have a coconut too.
He said if you want it this is what you've gotta do.

He said clap clap clap.
He said clap clap clap.

Monkey with a coconut was sitting way up high,
And the silly monkey had a twinkle in his eye.
I said I want a coconut, I'm hungry don't you see?
He said if you want it, then you've got to follow me.

He said stomp stomp stomp.
He said stomp stomp stomp.

Monkey with a coconut was sitting on a limb.
Monkey with a coconut had made me mad at him.
I said don't try to stop me, I'll leave no matter what.
He said wait a minute if you want a coconut.

He said jump jump jump.
He said jump jump jump.

Monkey with a coconut was sitting in a tree.
Monkey with a coconut had got the best of me.
I told him that I'm leaving and I've made up my mind,
He said 'fore you leave me won't you try it one more time.

He said clap clap clap.
He said clap clap clap.

Description: 

18 fun-in-the-sun themes make this a favorite for dancing or cruising on long trips. Monkey With a Coconut MP3 Demo • Walking Through the Woods on a Summer Day • I Love the Beach • Hot Sand • Get That Skeeter • Blow Your Spout • Shark MP3 Demo • Wish I Had a Fish • Tugboat • Catch the Wave • Island Music • Beach Ball • Dancing in the Sand • Motorboat • Swimming in the Pool • Talking Drums • Swimming at the Bottom of the Ocean • I Am a Seagull
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About the Artist: 

High-energy children's music and interactive participation shows. Winner of Parenting Magazine's Parenting Pick. Winner of the Parents' Choice Award 2003. Winner of the National Parenting Center's Seal of Approval. Winner of the Children's Music Web Award 2001. Music for children and other wild animals. Geof's music will make your children smarter, better looking, and have fresher breath!

I Get What I Get

1:18 minutes (1.48 MB)
Artist's Name (As you would like it to appear on this page.): 
Happy Notes Music
Lyrics: 

I don’t throw a fit when I get what I get.
I don’t throw a fit when I get what I get.
No crying here, I won’t shed a tear.

I don’t throw a fit when I get what I get.
I don’t throw a fit when I get what I get.
Knock, knock, who’s there,
knock, knock Boos there.
Boo who? Don’t cry! I won’t shed a tear.

I don’t throw a fit when I get what I get.
I don’t throw a fit when I get what I get.
No crying here, I won’t shed a tear.

I don’t throw a fit when I get what I get.
I don’t throw a fit when I get what I get.
Knock, knock, who’s there?
Knock, Knock, Boos there!
Boo who? Don’t Cry! I won’t shed a tear.

I don’t throw a fit, when I get what I get.
I don’t throw a fit when I get what I get.

© Maureen Conlin. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

Description: 

Achoo! Achoo! offers contagious musical fun with catchy melodies and lyrics to songs that entertain and teach about health, hygiene and having fun for children ages 2 to 7.
The Hello Song • Cranky Pants • I Get What I Get • Achoo! Achoo! • Bubbles of Joy • I Like Me • Boo-Boo Boogie • Ole! • Lost Tooth Blues • Toothbrush Wash • Slide Whistle Suite • The Goodbye Song

About the Artist: 

Happy Notes Music encourages young children to explore their imagination and creativity through music. Children learn basic musical concepts through unique, interactive musical experiences.

Happy Notes Music provides a positive, age-appropriate exposure to the arts by providing weekly music classes, workshops & seminars for educators, musical performances for the community, civic and business organizations and producing and distributing children's music and literature.

La Cucaracha

2.74 MB
Artist's Name (As you would like it to appear on this page.): 
Daria
Lyrics: 

Traditional Latin American Lyrics and Music
New English Verses by Daria A. Marmaluk-Hajioannou

What’s a… what’s a… what’s a cucaracha ?
It’s a … It’s a … cockroach
What’s a… what’s a… what’s a cucaracha ?
It’s a … It’s a … cockroach

La cucaracha, La cucaracha, ya no puede caminar
Porque le falte, porque no tiene
Dinero para gastar

The little cockroach, the little cockroach,
I saw him just the other day
I like him best when, he takes his things and
He gets his friends and moves away!

The little cockroach, the little cockroach,
He likes to play up with the band
Upon the guiro, he is a hero
He’s got the fastest moving hands

La cucaracha, La cucaracha, ya no puede caminar
Porque le falte, porque no tiene
Dinero para gastar

The little cockroach, the little cockroach,
He likes to play up with the band
Upon the guiro, he is a hero
He’s got the fastest moving hands

The little cockroach, the little cockroach,
I saw him just the other day
I like him best when, he takes his things and
He gets his friends and moves away - ole!

© Daria Marmalik-Hajioannou. All rights reserved.

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I Have a Dream -- World Music for Children Download with Music
Produced by Emmy award-winning musician and producer, Chris Orazi of CAS productions, I HAVE A DREAM is an exciting new album that includes songs in Spanish, English, Hebrew, Zulu and one song done in the style of an Iroquois Woman's song with a Lenape Clan mother. The album was done with an ear to traditional instruments such as frame drums on the Middle Eastern music, talking drums on the Zulu song and authentic bone and shell ratlles on the Native American selection.

      I Have A Dream • Here Come Our Mothers (Zulu/English) • Beautiful Rainbow World • Heyvenu Shalom Alechim/Hava Nagilah (Hebrew) • For All The World's Children • La Cucaracha (Spanish/English) • Wild and Free • Ride Horse Ride• Child Of God • The Spirit Song

About the Artist: 

For the last two decides, internationally known folksinger DARIA has traveled the globe, learning, sharing and making music while building communities and encouraging a new view of hope and peace for all the world’s children. In the United States, she has won national awards for her children's cds including a Parent’s Choice Award, a NAPPA (National Association For Parenting Publications) Award and a Children's Music Web Award. The songs she has recorded on her cd’s have been used throughout the world; in South Africa in Teaching Tolerance Curriculums, in Australia in Respecting Others Curriculum and a special song she wrote about the Rev, Dr. Martin Luther King is used in classrooms across the states to celebrate his life and legacy. Also her version of the Zulu folksong “Here Come Our Mothers” is used in many Mother’s Day celebrations.

For Daria, Its all about empowering kids… letting them explore the world of music in a way that unlocks the amazing talent and inner beauty they naturally possess. For that reason, she’s adapted many of her multi-cultural activities for this website as a resource for parents, teachers, homeschoolers and kids of all abilities (each activity has all abilities notes). Whether it’s building a pow-wow style drum that can be played by a large number of people or recycling objects by transforming them into instruments, this website shares many great ways of bringing folks together through music.

Visit Daria's Website

There's a Spider on the Floor

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Artist's Name (As you would like it to appear on this page.): 
Music with Mar.
Lyrics: 

There's a spider on the floor.
There's a spider on the floor.
Who could ask for anything more,
than a spider on the floor?

There's a spider on my knee...

There's a spider on my thigh....

There's a spider on my belly...

There's a spider on my face...

There's a spider on my head...

There's a spider on the floor.
There's a spider on the floor.
Look!

He's crawling out the door.
Goodbye, spider on the floor.

Copyright © Music with Mar. All rights reserved.

Description: 

The Wide-Mouthed Bullfrog comes with 32 page booklet containing lyrics and activities, including signs:
17 Songs: The Wide-mouthed Bullfrog ▪ Apples & Bananas ▪ Reggae Riding Hood ▪ Dark, Dark ▪ Spider on the Floor ▪ The Little Old Lady Who Wasn’t Afraid of Anything ▪ I Have a Cat ▪ Chicken Little ▪ Three Pigs Rap ▪ Today is Monday ▪ Slow & Steady ▪ All Around the Circle ▪ Little Red Hen ▪ B-A Bay ▪ Come On and Sing! ▪ The Boy Who Cried “Wolf!” ▪ Read to Me

About the Artist: 

Maryann "Mar." Harman is a music educator with a Bachelors Degree in Music and a Masters in Education, with an emphasis in Early Childhood. These dual degrees contribute to her ability to write songs that are musically and educationally sound for children as well as fun and easy to use for teachers and parents. She founded the nationally enjoyed Music with Mar. Brain Research Based program. Her recordings have received several national awards, including:
Tunes for Tiny Tots - Silver Parents' Choice Award
Start Each Day with A Song - Best Recording Children’s Web Award 2002
“Keep Safety ROO-Teen - Best Recording Children’s Web Award 2001
*Dare Officers State of Florida “Recognition of Excellence” For song
Pledge to Lead A Drug-Free Life

Don't Run in the Hall

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Artist's Name (As you would like it to appear on this page.): 
Marla Lewis
Lyrics: 

Don’t run in the hall
You’ll tumble and fall!
And hit your behind,
And wind up cryin’
I’m down on my knees,
Beggin’ you please:
Don’t run in the hall!

Don’t fly down the stairs!
Some kid’ll be there
Right smack in your path!
You’re sure to crash!
I’m beggin’ you please:
That kid might be ME!
Don’t fly down the stairs!

Keep right, stay in line
I know I must sound like a terrible bore!
Step light, take your time
Or you could end up in a pile on the floor!

Don’t run in the hall
You’ll tumble and fall!
And hit your behind,
And wind up cryin’
I’m down on my knees,
Beggin’ you please:
Don’t run in the hall!

Brothers and sisters!
Lemme tell ya ‘bout my friend Bill.
That’s right, he ran in the hall!
And now he’s in the hospital, with bruises,
From his head to his shoeses,
‘Cause he ran in the hall!
I’m not kiddin’, children, so listen:

Don’t run in the hall
You’ll tumble and fall!
And hit your behind,
And wind up cryin’
I’m down on my knees,
Beggin’ you please:
Don’t run in the hall!

Extension activity for “Don’t Run in the Hall”

Write your own verse! What’s something you would like to tell your friends NOT to do, OR ELSE??? Use the form of the lyrics of this song to tell about it.

Here’s a silly example:

Don’t play with your food
Your parents will feud
You won’t get dessert
And that will hurt!
I’m down on my knees
Beggin’ you PLEASE!
Don’t play with your food!

Now you try it!

Don’t ______________________________

You’ll ______________________________

And _______________________________

And _______________________________

I’m down on my knees!
Beggin’ you PLEASE!

Don’t _______________________________

New York State Learning Standards Addressed
English Language Arts – Writing
9. Children will produce work in one literary genre that follows the conventions of that genre.
English Language Arts – Reading
10. Children will read aloud with rhythm, flow and meter.

This song and lesson is Copyright © Marla Lewis. All rights reserved.

Description: 

We All Laugh in the Same Language, winner of a Parents' Choice award is a tuneful celebration of diversity, curiosity, friendship, and love of learning! Generously sprinkled with Dixieland, Blues, Bossa Nova, Rap, pop, and lots more! Adults, as well as kids, will love Marla Lewis' high-energy and varied musical styles.
With each song, teacher Marla Lewis offers creative activities aligned to the New York State educational standards.
Playlist: We All Laugh in the Same Language • Wonderin' Why • Best Friends • Muskrat Rap • Jackson Avenue • Down Chinatown Way • Don't Run in the Hall • We Can't Wait for Spring • Down in Old Hawaii • Home Again • Homeless Man • Round and Round

About the Artist: 

For Marla Lewis, music is a way of life. She began singing as soon as she learned to talk! At the age of 3, she sang on a national radio talent show called, “Live Like a Millionaire”. She started piano lessons at the age of 5 and guitar a few years later. As a child, Marla loved to sing songs in many languages from around the world. Her mother, also a singer, introduced her to jazz, Dixieland, and opera. Marla also fell in love with folk and pop music. She wrote her first song at the age of 12, entitled, “Hopeless Love.” It still makes her friends chuckle. Today, when kids hear Marla's songs, they say: "Can we hear that AGAIN??"

Kitty Cow

4.15 MB
Artist's Name (As you would like it to appear on this page.): 
Rick Scott and Valley Hennell
Lyrics: 

I think cows are funny, how about you?
I just laugh myself in half over everything that’s moo
and after all what’s a meadow for
if not for cows to graze?
furry brown containers that make milk out of hay

Mozart’s EINE KLEINE MOO MUSIC
I think kitty cats are funny, how about you?
chasing strings and imaginary things
always with a-meow-meow-muse-ment
and they’re from ancient Egypt
so they know better than you
soft as a pillow, hiding in the willow
always drinking moo juice

Johann Strauss’ MOO DANUBE

I think humans are funny, how about you?
‘cause they can go around and make any old sound like
DO-WACKA-DO-WACKA-DO-WACKA-DO-WACKA-DO
but they always fight about wrong and right
well let’s just change that tune
and sing this song ‘til the cat comes back
and the cow jumps over the moon
Rick Scott’s KITTY COW PARADE

This song is Copyright © Rick Scott . All rights reserved.

Description: 

This song may be purchased for 99 cents by Clicking Here.

About the Artist: 

RICK SCOTT is an award winning singer, songwriter and actor who combines music and laughter in lively, participatory concerts for all ages. He is Canada’s leading proponent of the Appalachian mountain dulcimer, known by kids around the world as ‘The Electric Snowshoe.’ Over 35 years he has released 17 albums and performed his lively, original music in nine countries. His gift for combining wacky humour and poignant human commentary has earned him a devoted following around the world.

Over the past 20 years he has performed more than a thousand family concerts throughout Canada, the U.S., Australia and Southeast Asia. He is Goodwill Ambassador for the Down Syndrome Research Foundation and performs inspirational keynote concerts for familes, educators and caregivers, and MUSIC AS A SECOND LANGUAGE song writing workshops for people who don’t think that they’re musical.

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