Hoedown!! Thursday, March 22, 2018

  • Here is where you can find all of the song lyrics for the upcoming performance!

    Lyrics to all songs!

     

     First Grade Music Lyrics


     

    Oats and Beans

    Oats and Beans and Barley grow, oats and beans and barley grow.

    Do you or I or anyone know how oats and beans and barley grow?

     

    First the farmer sows his seed then he stands and takes his ease.

    Stamps his feet and claps his hands and turns around to view the land.

     

    Waiting for a partner, waiting for a partner,

    Break the ring and choose one in, while all the others dance and sing.

     

    Tra-la-la-la la la la. Tra-la-la-la la la la.

    Tra-la-la la, tra-la-la-la, tra-la-la-la la la la.

     

     

    Little Redbird in the Tree

    Little Redbird in the tree, in the tree, in the tree

    Little redbird in the tree, sing a song for me.

    Sing about the roses, on the garden wall.

    Sing about the bird swings, in the treetop tall.

    Little Redbird in the tree, in the tree, in the tree

    Little redbird in the tree, sing a song for me.

     

     

    Little bluebird in the tree, in the tree, in the tree.

    Little bluebird in the tree, sing a song for me.

    Sing about the mountains, lovely they must be.

    Sing about the steamboats, out there on the sea.

    Little bluebird in the tree, in the tree, in the tree.

    Little bluebird in the tree, sing a song for me.

     

     

    Little blackbird in the tree, in the tree, in the tree.

    Little blackbird in the tree, sing a song for me.

    Sing about the farmer, planting peas and beans.

    Sing about the harvest, I know what that means.

    Little blackbird in the tree, in the tree, in the tree.

    Little blackbird in the tree, sing a song for me.

     

     

    I’m an Old Cowhand

    I’m an old cowhand,

    from the Rio Grande,

    But my legs ain’t bowed,

    and my cheeks ain’t tanned.

    I’m a cowboy who never saw a cow,

    Never roped a steer cuz

    I don’t know how,

    And I sure ain’t fixin’ to start it now,

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