Word Play – transcript

Word Play – transcript

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Hello hello hello

Today’s show is brought to you be the “I See You, Mama” podcast.

Greeting

Hi Friends! Welcome back to the Sing Along with Mandy Podcast. I’m Mandy, and I’m so glad you’re here. 

I love to sing songs and play fun – and sometimes silly – games and I especially love to sing and play with you. 

If you or your adult would like to see the lyrics to the songs in this episode, I’ll leave a link in the show notes. You can also find a video of us recording this episode there or on our Sing Along with Mandy Podcast channel on youtube. 

If you don’t know a song yet, don’t worry! Just listen and sing along when you can. Are you ready? Let’s sing!

Our first few songs today are very very silly. They use words we all know and mix up their sounds! First, let’s sing Apples and Bananas. Oh, it’s so silly!

Apples and Bananas

Also heard in That’s What I Learned in My School

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

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

I like to present short vowels (a, e, i, o u) and then long vowels (A, E, I, O, U), then vowel teams and R-controlled vowels (i.e. I like to art, art, art apples and banarnars!)

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Next, let’s make up some silly rhymes with Down by the Bay!

Down by the bay

Down by the bay

Where the watermelons grow,

Back to my home,

I dare not go,

For if I do,

My mother will say:

Did you ever see a bear combing his hair?

Down by the bay

Repeat with: 

Did you ever see a bee with a sun-burned knee?

Did you ever see a moose kissing a goose?

Did you ever see a whale with a polka dot tail?

Did you ever see a fish sailing in a dish?

Did you ever see a cat in a tall black hat?

“Did you ever see a fly wearing a tie?”

“Did you ever see a snake eating some cake?”

“Did you ever see some llamas eating their pajamas?”

Do you know the song Row Row Row your Boat? I bet you’ve never heard it like this before!

Row, Row, Row Your Boat 

Row, row, row your boat, 

Gently down the stream. 

Serrily, Serrily, Serrily, Serrily, 

Life is but a dream. 

*Change initial sound in Merrily.

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Our next group of songs leaves out words or letters. Let’s sing The Horse Went Around and you’ll see what I mean:

The horse went around

Oh, the horse went around

With his foot off the ground

Oh, the horse went around

With his foot off the ground

Oh, the horse went around

With his foot off the ground

Oh, the horse went around

With his foot off the ground.

Same song, second verse,

A little bit faster

And a little bit worse!

Oh, the horse went around

With his foot off the _____

Same song, third verse,

A little bit faster

And a little bit worse!

Oh, the horse went around

With his foot off _____ _____

Same song, fourth verse,

A little bit faster

And a little bit worse!

Oh, the horse went around

With his foot _____ _____ _____

Same song, fifth verse,

A little bit faster

And a little bit worse!

Oh, the horse went around

With his _____ _____ _____ _____

6

Oh, the horse went around

With _____ _____ _____ _____ _____

7

Oh, the horse went around

8

Oh, the horse went _____

9

Oh, the horse ____ _____

10

Oh, the ___ ____ ____

11

Oh, ____ ____ ____

12

Oh, the horse went around

With his foot off the ground

john brown’s baby

Also heard in our doctor show!

John Brown’s baby had a cold upon his chest

John Brown’s baby had a cold upon his chest

John Brown’s baby had a cold upon his chest

So they rubbed it with camphorated oil

John Brown’s____, had a cold upon his chest X3

So they rubbed it with camphorated oil

John Brown’s___ had a___ upon his chest x3

So they rubbed it with camphorated oil

John Brown’s _______ had a_____ upon his ______ x3

So they rubbed it with camphorated oil

John Brown’s _____ had a ______ upon his _______ x3

So they rubbed ______!

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BINGO

There was a farmer who had a dog,

and Bingo was his name-o.

B-I-N-G-O

B-I-N-G-O

B-I-N-G-O

And Bingo was his name-o.

There was a farmer who had a dog,

and Bingo was his name-o.

(clap)-I-N-G-O

(clap)-I-N-G-O

(clap)-I-N-G-O

And Bingo was his name-o.

Next verses: 

(clap)-(clap)-N-G-O

(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-G-O

(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-O

(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bingo_(folk_song)

Closing

I hope you’ve enjoyed singing along with me today during the Sing Along with Mandy Podcast. I have loved playing and singing with you! 

If you have an idea for a theme for a future episode of the Sing Along with Mandy Podcast, ask your adult to let me know. I’ll leave links in the show notes with ways to contact me.

Grown ups – be sure to hit subscribe so that you can hear the next episode when it comes out on Thursday! And, if you love listening to this show with your little one, become a patron! Your support means the world to me. You can find the Sing Along with Mandy show on Patreon or details at singalongwithMandy.com.

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