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Welcome to Babysongs!
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PIGGY TOES
(Words: Martha Cheney / Music: Hap Palmer)
©Hap-Pal Music, Inc.

Ten little piggies run thumpity thud
Ten little piggies squish into the mud
Ten little piggies so soft and so sweet
Don't you think toes are the best part of feet

Chorus: Jiggle your piggy toes, wiggle your piggy toes
Giggle and wiggle and jiggle your toes
Jiggle your piggy toes, wiggle your piggy toes
Run those sweet piggies right up to your rosy nose
Run them right up to your nose

Ten little piggies dig into the rug
Ten little piggies curl up like a bug
Ten little piggies go tippy tip toe
Toes are the best part of feet don't you know

Repeat Chorus

SHOUT AND WHISPER
(Words: Martha Cheney / Music: Martha Cheney and Hap Palmer)
©Hap-Pal Music, Inc.

Shout and whisper just like me
Shout and whisper one, two, three
Shout! One, Two, Three
Whisper! One, Two Three

Shout and whisper, that's what we do
Shout and whisper I love you
Shout! I Love You
Whisper! I Love You

Shout and whisper, that's our game
Shout and whisper what's your name
(Children say their own names)
Shout <Child's Name>
Whisper <Child's Name

SHARE
(Words: Martha Cheney and Hap Palmer / Music: Hap Palmer)
©Hap-Pal Music, Inc.

Sonja share your sandbox with Emily Ann
Derek share your dump truck with little Dan
Adam share your animals with Andrew
And then they'll share their toys with you

Chorus: Your friends just want a turn to play
They won't take your toys away
Good friends can have a lot more fun
When they share with everyone

Christy share your crayons with Camille and Kay
Dustin share your dolly with Korine
Mikey share your monkey with Mary Lou
And you can play with their toys too

Repeat Chorus

Sheila share your shovel with Sandy and Sam
Patrick share your puzzle with Paul and Pam
Tina share your tricycle with Tommy too
And then they'll share their toys with you

Repeat Chorus

MY MOMMY COMES BACK
(Words: Martha Cheney and Hap Palmer / Music: Hap Palmer)
©Hap-Pal Music, Inc.

Sometimes my mommy takes me over
To another friends house to play
Sometimes I only stay a little while
Sometimes I stay all day, but

Chorus: My mommy comes back
She always comes back
She always comes back to get me
My mommy comes back
She always comes back
She never would forget me

Sometimes I worry when she leaves me
I hope she won't be gone too long
But when I'm with my friends and havin' fun
I soon forget she's gone, and

Repeat Chorus

Sometimes I visit with my grandma
While my mommy goes somewhere
We bake some cookies and we read a book
And rock in the rocking chair, and

Repeat Chorus

BABY'S GOOD DOGGY
(Words: Martha Cheney and Hap Palmer / Music: Hap Palmer)
©Hap-Pal Music, Inc.

I'm a good doggy, baby's good doggy
Waitin' at the door whenever baby wants to play
Lucky old doggy, happy old doggy
Chasing sticks and doing tricks and licking baby's face

I'm a good doggy, baby's good doggy
Rollin' in the grass until baby laughs with glee
Lucky old doggy, happy old doggy
Hey my baby loves me

I'm a one baby doggy it's easy to see
There'll be no other baby for me

I'm a good doggy, baby's good doggy
I feel like a canine king when baby smiles at me
Lucky old doggy, happy old doggy
In my baby's pudgy arms is where I want to be

I'm a good doggy, baby's good doggy
Baby feeds me doggy bones and lots of yummy treats
Lucky old doggy, happy old doggy
Hey my baby is sweet

I'm a one baby doggy it's easy to see
There'll be no other baby for me

ROLLING
(Words: Martha Cheney / Music: Hap Palmer)
©Hap-Pal Music, Inc.

Baby has a stroller with four round wheels
It rolls down the sidewalk and up the hills
The stroller takes baby everywhere
It's a wonderful, fanciful, rolling chair

Chorus: Rolling rolling
Wheels go rolling
Round and round and round
Rolling rolling rolling 'round

Brother has a trike to pedal with his feet
He rides on the sidewalk but not the street
When daddy takes baby for a stroller ride
Brother rides his tricycle right beside

Repeat Chorus

The family car has room inside
For everyone to come and ride
Mommy buckles up the seatbelts tight
Then the car goes rolling thru the night

Repeat Chorus

SECURITY
(Words: Martha Cheney and Hap Palmer / Music: Hap Palmer)
©Hap-Pal Music, Inc.

Chorus: Don't wash my blanket, don't take it away
I want to drag it around while I play
To me it's O.K. dirty and gray
Please don't wash my blanket today

I might get lonely I might get scared
I need to know that my blanket is there

Repeat Chorus

I might get angry I might cry
I need to know that my blanket's nearby

Repeat Chorus

RUB A DUB
(Words: Martha Cheney / Music: Hap Palmer)
©Hap-Pal Music, Inc.

Chorus: Don't you love to have fun in the tub
Rub-a-dub
Just hop in the water and scrub
Rub-a-dub
Pile up the bubbles just as high as they'll go
The start at the top and work down to each toe
In the scrubbly bubbly tub

First you wash your face to make your cheeks bright
But remember to keep your eyes shut tight
Then ears in and out and neck round and round
Then move on to your shoulders and arms up and down

Repeat Chorus

Your fingers and toes may need extra soap
And you haven't forgotten that tummy I hope
Wash your bottom and legs, scrub on down to those feet
Then up, down and sideways, you're all clean and sweet

Repeat Chorus

TODAY I TOOK MY DIAPERS OFF
(Words and Music: Hap Palmer)
©Hap-Pal Music, Inc.

Today I took my diapers off
I do not need them now
Just like grown ups use the potty,
I am learning how.

There's no more pins and sticky tapes
And waiting to be changed
Now if you will excuse me please
I have to go again

Chorus: I have a little potty of my very own
It has a yellow ducky to hold on to
It's just the perfect size for someone big like me
'Tho it might be just a little small for you

Today I took my diapers off
I've never felt so free
My pants are not puffed out in back
What you see is me

I have some bright new underwear
Just like the big kids get
Before I go I pull them down
So I won't get them wet

Repeat Chorus

Today I took my diapers off
And put them in a drawer
I waved goodbye to them 'cause I
Won't need them anymore

I SLEEP 'TIL MORNING
(Words Martha Cheney and Hap Palmer / Music: Hap Palmer)
©Hap-Pal Music, Inc.

Chorus: I sleep 'til the morning
I do not wake too soon
I rest until the birdies sing
Goodbye to the golden moon.

The day's a bright new pony to ride
On paths that follow the sun
From east to west we gallop along
'Til day is all undone

Repeat Chorus

The night's a coach of silvery clouds
That drifts me through my dreams
I journey to a magical land
'Til daylight softly gleams

Repeat Chorus

SO BIG
(Words and Music: Hap Palmer)
©Hap-Pal Music, Inc.

How big is baby; how big can she be?
Is she bigger than a kitten?
Yes, yes, yes
Is she bigger than a minute?
Yes, yes, yes
Is she bigger than an apple when it’s ripe for pickin’?
Yes, yes, yes

Baby’s So - big, So - big
Look and you will see baby’s so, so, big

How big is mother? How big can she be?
Is she bigger than a fly?
Yes, yes, yes
Is she bigger than the sky?
No, no, no
Is she bigger than a slice of blueberry pie?
Yes, yes, yes

Mother’s So - big, So - big
Look and you will see mother’s so, so, big

How big is a father; how big can he be?
Is he bigger than a snail?
Yes, yes, yes
Is he bigger than a whale?
No, no, no
Is he bigger than a feather in a peacock’s tail?
Yes, yes, yes

Father’s So - big, So - big
Look and you will see father’s so, so, big

How big are you my friend; how big can you be?
Are you bigger than a flea?
Yes, yes, yes
Are you bigger than the sea?
No, no, no
Are you bigger than the wings on a bumble bee?
Yes, yes, yes

You are So - big, So - big
Look and you will see you are so, so, big