Miss Lynn
2008-10-21
Lynn Hickernell

Lyrics

I feel so excited, I want to clap my feet Makes want to stomp my hands and clap my feet I'm so filled up with happy feeling That it kind of leaves me reeling Stretch my legs down to the ceiling And clap my feet I feel so excited, I want to jump up high So far off the ground that I can almost fly I feel so light, it seems to me The earth below has set me free Released the bonds of gravity When I jump up high I want to spin like a top Want to spin 'til I drop And the ground doesn't stop But keeps spinning around me So up and so down around me I feel so excited, I want to shake my hair Take my pigtails out and shake it everywhere There just can be no denyin' This feeling sets my tresses flyin' Until I look just like a lion And shake my hair And stomp my hands And clap my feet And spin 'Til I drop
Miss Lynn
2008-10-21
Lynn Hickernell

Lyrics

I like lots of different things that come from different places I like the clouds found in the sky, and the smiles you find on faces I like to read good books, like you find at the library But some of my most favorite things, you can find in the dictionary I like very good words Good words Very very good words Yes I like very good words Good words Very very good words ONOMATOPOEIA is a very good word O-N-O-M-A-T-O-P-O-E-I-A "Onomatopoeia" means a word that sounds like what it is Like "splash" or "crash" Or "pop" Or "drop" or "BUZZZZZZZZZZZZZ" Onomatopoeia is a very good word. I like very good words Good words Very very good words Yes I like very good words Good words Very very good words PERPETUITY is another good word PE-RPE-TUI-TY Perpetuity describes something that keeps happening forever It goes on, and on, and on, and on, And on and on and on and on and on and on and on In perpetuity--it's a very good word I like very good words Good words Very very good words Yes I like very good words Good words Very very good words Tarantella is a dance from Italy Ylang-ylang is a Filipino tree Dicotyledon is a plant with two leaves in its seed Superfluous means that something is unnecessary Pianissimo is Italian meaning very soft Fortissimo is the opposite, meaning very loud If you add another "sissi" in the middle, then it adds another "very" at the front Pianissisissimo means very very soft Fortissisissimo mean very very loud Pianissimo Pianissisissimo Fortissimo Fortissisissimo All very good words I like very good words Good words Very very good words (pianissimo) I like very good words Good words Very very good words (fortissimo) I like very good words Good words Very very good words Conglomeration is an excellent word CONGLO-ME-RA-T-I-O-N "Conglomeration" means different kinds of things rolled into one Like the words in this song Onomatopoeia, perpetuity Ylang-ylang, Tarantella Dicotyledon, Superfluous Pianissimo, Fortissimo This song is a conglomeration of some very good words! I like very good words Good words Very very good words (pianissimo) I like very good words Good words Very very good words (pianississimo) I like very good words Good words Very very good words (fortissimo) I like very good words Good words Very very good words (fortississimo) I like very good words Good words Very very Good words Very very Good words Very very good words!
Miss Lynn
2008-10-21
Lynn Hickernell

Lyrics

I could never dress myself when I was very small I couldn't pick my t-shirts out, or put them on at all I had to wear whatever Mom or Dad chose every day 'Cause it was much too hard for me back then, but now I say That it is Easy peasy mac and cheesy I can do it--one, two, three! I am growing, I am learning I'm helping to take care of me It's my responsibility I can put my shoes on both my feet It's easy I can look both ways before I cross the street I can tell a really funny joke to crack you up I don't drink from a bottle, now I use a cup Don't need a lid on the top, I won't spill a single drop It's easy peasy mac and cheesy I can do it--one, two, three! I am growing, I am learning I'm helping to take care of me It's my responsibility I can eat my lunch all by myself It's easy I can take a book down from the highest shelf I can ride my bike with training wheels to help me out And one day soon I'll even learn to ride without 'em It's a snap! It's a cinch! I can do it in a pinch! It's easy peasy mac and cheesy I can do it--one, two, three! I am growing, I am learning I can brush my teeth and comb my hair and wash my face And put my toys away into the proper place I'm helping to take care of me It's my responsibility!
Miss Lynn
2008-10-21
Lynn Hickernell

Lyrics

Tomorrow is Friday, and I can't wait Miss Lynn's coming over for a doughnut date She'll be here at ten o'clock, or a little before, And then we'll walk right down the street to the doughnut store It's going to be so great on our doughnut date We'll look at all the doughnuts and we'll contemplate I'll order frosted with sprinkles, as tradition dictates Oh, we're going on a doughnut date She will push, and I will ride Past the church and the flowers beside Look at the cars and play "I Spy" I see something red, or blue, or green With my little eye It's going to be so great on our doughnut date We'll look at all the doughnuts and we'll contemplate I'll order frosted with sprinkles, as tradition dictates Oh, we're going on a doughnut date I'll have some juice One large coffee for Miss Lynn The doughnut lady smiles Grabs a couple munchkins and throws 'em right in When the doughnuts are gone and we've had plenty to eat I'll climb back in the stroller and head back up the street I'll feel so sad our date has to end I guess I'll have to wait 'til Friday comes 'round again Around again, around again It's going to be so great on our doughnut date We'll look at all the doughnuts and we'll contemplate I'll order frosted with sprinkles, as tradition dictates Oh, we're going on a doughnut date It's going to be so great On our doughnut date Tomorrow is Friday and I can't wait
Miss Lynn
2008-10-21
Lynn Hickernell

Lyrics

I woke up one morning and opened my eyes And looked out the window to see a surprise While I was sleeping, during the night The grass was replaced with a blanket of white So I put on my long red underwear I put on my fuzzy grey socks And stood in front of my mother, and said, "I'm ready to go Out in the yard to play in the snow . . . " My mother said, "No." So . . . After I put on my long red underwear After I put on my fuzzy grey socks I put on my stripey green turtleneck I put on my woolly white sweater I put on my indigo blue jeans I put on my slippery purple snow pants I put on my heavy black coat And I put on my shiny yellow boots And stood in front of my mother, and said, "I'm ready to go out in the yard to play in the snow . . . " My mother said, "No." So . . . After I put on my long red underwear After I put on my fuzzy grey socks I put on my stripey green turtleneck I put on my woolly white sweater I put on my indigo blue jeans I put on my slippery purple snow pants I put on my heavy black coat And after I put on my shiny yellow boots I put on my warm aqua mittens I put on my fluorescent orange ski cap And stood in front of my mother, and said, "I'm ready to go out in the yard to play in the snow . . . " My mother said, "No." So . . . I took my candy-cane scarf that hangs down And wound it around, and around, and around, Until I just knew that she'd let me get going, Because my two eyes were the only things showing And I stood in front of my mother, and said, "Mmmmmm hmmmmmhmmmm hmmmm hmmmmm mmmmmmm mmmmmm hmmmmmmm mmmmmmm Hmmmm hmmmmm mmmmm hmmmmmm hmmmmm . . . " My mother said, "What?" So I said a little louder, "Mmmmmm hmmmmmhmmmm hmmmm hmmmmm mmmmmmm mmmmmm hmmmmmmm mmmmmmm Hmmmm hmmmmm mmmmm hmmmmmm hmmmmm . . . " My mother said, "What?" So I said a little louder, "Mmmmmm hmmmmmhmmmm hmmmm hmmmmm mmmmmmm mmmmmm hmmmmmmm mmmmmmm Hmmmm hmmmmm mmmmm hmmmmmm hmmmmm . . . " My mother said, "What?" So . . . I took my candy-cane scarf that hangs down Unwound it, around, and around, and around, And I took off my fluorescent orange ski cap And I took off my warm aqua mittens And I took off my shiny yellow boots And I took off my heavy black coat And I took off my slippery purple snow pants And I took off my indigo blue jeans And I took off my woolly white sweater And I took off my stripey green turtleneck And I took off my fuzzy grey socks And I stood in front of my mother in my long red underwear, "I said . . . I was ready to go out in the yard to play in the snow." My mother said, "Oh! Do you still want to go?" I looked over at the pile of clothes and said, "No . . ." And I walked up the staircase, still shaking my head, And lifted the covers, and went back to bed.
Miss Lynn
2008-10-21
Lynn Hickernell

Lyrics

Outisde the Lines My aunt Delilah sent a box It had a bag of marbles and a pair of socks And underneath the peanut packing A picture book with something lacking No colors were inside Just exactly how the pictures looked was up to me to decide So I'm going to color outside the lines I think that that would suit me very very fine The pictures were so nice before I just think they need something more So I'm going to go explore Outside the lines I think I'll make this palm tree blue And top it with a top hat at the tip-top, too Then I think it would be neat-o To see that tree in a tuxedo For a fancy dance With multi-colored hobnail boots and polka-dotted pink pants I'm going to color outside the lines That is just exactly what I have in mind The pictures have no complication 'Til I provide some augmentation From my imagination Outside the lines My coloring book isn't bad It has been some of the most fun I've ever had But the images that's it's depicting Can be a little too restricting To the colors in my heart So I will get a pad of paper and I'll make a new start Drawing pictures outside the lines I'm going to make my own design Something that is just mine I have so many things today To think and draw and do and say Just in my own way Outside the lines Outside the lines Outside the lines
Miss Lynn
2008-10-21
Lynn Hickernell

Lyrics

Teeny weeny little mouth, teeny weeny little nose Teeny weeny little face Teeny weeny little chin, teeny weeny little ears Teeny weeny little face Teeny weeny forehead, teeny weeny cheeks Teeny weeny eyes takin' teeny weeny peeks A teeny weeny sneeze and a teeny weeny cough A teeny weeny yawn just before you drift off And your eyes close in that teeny weeny face (You're very small!)
Miss Lynn
2008-10-21
Lynn Hickernell

Lyrics

Birds don't fly after dark, my dear--that's a bat. But they should not give you any fear--did you know that? They use their ears to catch mosquitoes that fly and try to bite The chase goes on while you are sleeping, every summer night Under the moon The beautiful moon The moon, the beautiful moon Do you hear that chatter up in the trees? That's the sound of the frogs, though it might seem hard to believe Nature's nocturnal chorus singing here in the backyard What different voices can you hear if you listen really hard? Under the moon The beautiful moon The moon, the beautiful moon The heat of the day starts to fade away And the air gets cool You can stay up a little later Tomorrow there's no school Stretch out here on the grass--lay down your head If you should fall asleep, I will carry you to bed The stars look different tonight than they did last December A few weeks more, they'll be different again by September The leaves will go from green to gold, and they'll start to fall Through the change of the seasons, la luna sees it all Under the moon The beautiful moon The moon, the beautiful moon I see the moon, the moon sees me The moon sees somebody I want to see God bless the moon, and God bless me And God bless the somebody I want to see.