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Some songs you may know:

  A Pizza Hut

  Baby Bumble Bee

  Head and Shoulders

 

List 5 other songs you could use for your Action Song.

 

 

Song Title

Composer

Source

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2

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

4

 

 

 

5

 

 

 

 

Some of my favourites:

 

1.  Ach Ven de Musica - Germany

 

Leader - Ach ven de musica

All - Deutches Faderlander

Leader - Ach von spielen

All - Ach von spielen

Leader - Ich-en-bee-en-sumba-za

All - Zumba, zumba, zumba, za (4 times)

(make an action as though playing a bass fiddle)

 

Leader - Ach ven de musica

All - Deutches Faderlander

Leader - Ach von spielen

All - Ach von spielen

Leader - Ich-en-bee-en-viola

All - Vio-vio-viola (4 times)

(make an action as though playing a violin)

Zumba, zumba, zumba, za (4 times)

(make an action as though playing a bass fiddle)

 

Other Verses (make up appropriate actions)

 

Picolo-la

Trumpet-ta

Piano-la


2.  Alice the Camel

 

Alice the camel has five humps

Alice the camel has five humps

Alice the camel has five humps

So go Alice go!  Boom, boom, boom

 

Repeat counting down until....

 

Alice the camel has no humps

Alice the camel has no humps

Alice the camel has no humps

Because Alice is a horse!

 

Actions:

Everyone puts their arms around the shoulders of their neighbors.

At each line, when you get to the number of humps, everyone bends their knees together.

At "boom, boom, boom", everyone bumps hips with their neighbors!

 

3.  An Austrian Went Yodeling - Austria

 

Once an Austrian went yodeling on a mountain so high.

When along came a cuckoo bird interrupting his cry.

Yoooo-de-yo

Yodel-lay-hee, Yodel-lay-a-cuckoo, coo (3X)
Yodel lay-hee-hoo.

 

An Austrian went yodeling on a mountain so high.
When along came an avalanche interrupting his cry.
Yoooo-de-yo
Yodel-lay-hee, Yodel-lay-a-cuckoo, coo, swish (3X)
Yodel lay-hee-hoo.


Add the following in succession:
St. Bernard……….Dog panting sounds

Dairy Maid……….Swish, swish
Pretty Girl………Kiss, Kiss

Actions:

Yoooo-de-yo (rapidly slap knees)
Yodel-lay-hee-hoo (Slap thighs, Clap hands, snap fingers throughout the chorus)
Cuckoo coo (snap fingers)

Swoosh (swoop hands downward).
Grrr (hands up like bear claws)

Arf, arf (hands up like dog begging)
Tss, tss (pantomime milking cow)
Smack, smack (make kissing sound)

 

4.  Auntie Monica

 

Oh I have an auntie, an Auntie Monica

And when she goes shopping they all say "Ooh-la la!"

Because her feathers swinging, her feather's swinging so

Because her feathers swinging, her feather's swinging so.


Oh I have an auntie, an Auntie Monica

And when she goes shopping they all say "Ooh-la la!"

Because her hat is swinging, her hat is swinging so,

Because her hat is swinging, her hat is swinging so,

Because her feathers swinging, her feather's swinging so

Because her feathers swinging, her feather's swinging so.

 

Other Verses:

Because her muff is swinging, her muff is swinging so...

Because her skirts are swinging, her skirts are swinging so...

Because my aunt is swinging, my aunt is swinging so...

 

Actions:

Feather swinging - wave hand back and forth above head

Hat swinging - using both hands, swing an invisible wide-      brimmed hat

Muff swinging - hands together in front of you, swing arms

Skirt swinging - sway invisible skirts around your legs

Aunt swinging - swing your whole body!

 

 

(shark mouth with hands connected at wrist)
Baby shark, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Baby shark, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Baby shark, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Baby shark

(shark mouth with forearms connected at elbows)
Momma shark, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Momma shark, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Momma shark, Doh-doh, doh, doh

Momma shark

(shark mouth with full arms)
Daddy shark, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Daddy shark, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Daddy shark, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Daddy shark

(same as Daddy, but with fists instead of fingers to look like no teeth)

Grandpa shark, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Grandpa shark, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Grandpa shark, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Grandpa shark

(swimming crawl motion with arms)

Swimmer dude, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Swimmer dude, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Swimmer dude, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Swimmer dude

(hand on top of head like shark fin, other hand rubbing stomache with hungry look on face.)
Hungry shark, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Hungry shark, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Hungry shark, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Hungry shark

(backcrawl swimming motion with arms)

Swam away, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Swam away, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Swam away, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Swam away

(same backcrawl, with very frantic actions)

Swam too slow, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Swam too slow, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Swam too slow, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Swam too slow

 

(hop on one leg to beat)
Lost a leg, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Lost a leg, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Lost a leg, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Lost a leg

(hand on head like shark fin other hand rubs stomache with a very satisfied look on face.)
Happy shark, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Happy shark, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Happy shark, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Happy shark

(push cellphone numbers to beat)

Call 9-1-1, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Call 9-1-1, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Call 9-1-1, Doh-doh, doh, doh
Call 9-1-1

(make any dying actions you want, finger across neck, grabbing heart, fainting away,...)

It's too late, Doh-doh, doh, doh
It's too late, Doh-doh, doh, doh
It's too late, Doh-doh, doh, doh
It's too late

(point to your bottom)
That's the end, Doh-doh, doh, doh
That's the end, Doh-doh, doh, doh
That's the end, Doh-doh, doh, doh
That's the end

 

Beaver 1, Beaver all, Let's all do the Beaver Call. 

Ch ch ch, ch ch ch, ch ch ch, ch ch ch

(hold hands, limp-wristed, in front of your chest)
Beaver 2, Beaver 3, Let’s all climb the beaver tree.

Ch ch ch, ch ch ch, ch ch ch, ch ch ch

(pretend to be climbing up the beaver tree)
Beaver 4, Beaver 5, Let's all do the beaver jive.

Ch ch ch, ch ch ch, ch ch ch, ch ch ch

(hold hands at shoulder height, index fingers pointing up)
Beaver 6, Beaver 7, Let’s all go to Beaver Heaven.

Ch ch ch, ch ch ch, ch ch ch, ch ch ch

(hook your thumbs in your armpits to form wings)
Beaver 8, Beaver 9, STOP!!  It's Beaver time.

Ch ch ch, ch ch ch, ch ch ch, ch ch ch

(funky dancing, spin around in circles)

 

7.  Chinese Fan

 

My ship sailed from China with a cargo of tea,

All laden with treasures for you and for me!

They brought me a fan, just imagine my bliss,

When I found myself going like this, like this....

 

Actions: 

At the end of the verse, begin waving one hand back and forth as if with an invisible fan.

Repeat the song a number of times, until you are waving both hands, both legs, and your head.

Repeat one more time, ending with everyone laying in exhaustion on the floor!

 

8.  Dans Mon Pays d'Espagne

 

(Leader sings one line, everyone repeats; actions in brackets)

 

Dans mon pays d'Espagne, ole!

Il y a soleil come ca... (trace a big circle in front of you)


Dan mon pays d'Espagne, ole!

Il y a montagnes come ca... (trace a series of peaks in front of you)

Il y a soleil come ca... (trace a big circle in front of you)

(add on the remaining verses one by one)

 

Other Verses:

Il y a bon vin come ca... (drink a glass of wine)

Il y a castanettes come ca... (snap fingers)

Il y a gitares come ca... (strum an invisible guitar)

Il y a seniors come ca... (stomp feet, strut)

Il y a seniorittas come ca.... (flare an invisible skirt, flip hair)

Il y a torro come ca.. (two fingers up on each side of head as horns)

 

9.  Deep and Wide

 

Deep and wide, deep and wide

There's a fountain flowing deep and wide

Deep and wide, deep and wide

There's a fountain flowing deep and wide.

 

Actions:

Deep - put one hand above the other and spread them apart, as

if to show how deep.

Wide - spread your hands out.

Fountain - put your hands next to each other, and starting at

your stomach, move them up towards your head.

Flowing - move your hands back and forth in front of you like a

ripple.

 

10.  Do Your Ears Hang Low?

 

Do your ears hang low

Do they wobble to and fro?

Can you tie them in a knot?

Can you tie them in a bow?

Can you throw them over your shoulder

Like a continental soldier

Do your ears hang low?

 

Actions:

Ears hang low - tug at earlobes

Wobble to and fro - wave hands back in forth

Tie them in a knot - tie an invisible knot

Tie them in a bow - tie an invisible bow

Throw them over your shoulder - toss something over your shoulder

Continental soldier - salute

Ears hang low - tug at earlobes

 

11.  Doctor Knickerbocker

 

Doctor Knickerbocker, Knickerbocker, number nine
He likes to dance and he keeps in time
Now let`s get the rhythm of the hands  (clap, clap)
Now we`ve got the rhythm of the hands  (clap, clap)
Now let`s get the rhythm of the number nine
One, two, three four five six seven eight nine





Doctor Knickerbocker, Knickerbocker, number nine
He likes to dance and he keeps in time

Now let`s get the rhythm of the feet  (stamp, stamp)
Now we`ve got the rhythm of the feet  (stamp, stamp)
Now let`s get the rhythm of the hands  (clap, clap)
Now we`ve got the rhythm of the hands  (clap, clap)
Now let`s get the rhythm of the number nine

One, two, three four five six seven eight nine

Doctor Knickerbocker, Knickerbocker, number nine
He likes to dance and he keeps in time

Now let`s get the rhythm of the hips  (wolf whistle)
Now we`ve got the rhythm of the hips  (wolf whistle)
Now let`s get the rhythm of the feet  (stamp, stamp)

Now we`ve got the rhythm of the feet  (stamp, stamp)
Now let`s get the rhythm of the hands  (clap, clap)
Now we`ve got the rhythm of the hands  (clap, clap)
Let`s get the rhythm of the number nine

One, two, three four five six seven eight nine

Doctor Knickerbocker, Knickerbocker, number nine
He likes to dance and he keeps in time
Now let`s get the rhythm of the lips  (kiss, kiss)
Now we`ve got the rhythm of the lips  (kiss, kiss)
Now let`s get the rhythm of the hips  (wolf whistle)
Now we`ve got the rhythm of the hips  (wolf whistle)
Now let`s get the rhythm of the feet  (stamp, stamp)
Now we`ve got the rhythm of the feet  (stamp, stamp)
Now let`s get the rhythm of the hands   (clap, clap)
Now we`ve got the rhythm of the hands  (clap, clap)

 

12.  Dum-Dum-Da-Da

 

Dum-dum-da-da

Da-dum-dum-da-da

Da-dum-dum-dum-de-dum-da

Dum-dum-da-da

Da-dum-dum-da-da

Da-dum-dum-dum-de-dum-da

 

Actions:

1st time through - drum hands on thighs

2nd time - two slaps on your thighs, two slaps on your right-

hand neighbour's thighs, two slaps on your own thighs, two

slaps on your left-hand neighbour's thighs, repeat

3rd time - two slaps on your thighs, cross your arms to do two

slaps on each of your neighbours' closest thighs, uncross to

do two slaps on your thighs, spread your arms to do two slaps

on each of your neighbours' closest thighs, repeat

 

13.  Father Abraham

 

Father Abraham had seven sons,

Seven sons had Father Abraham.

And they could not walk

And they could not talk

And they could not even sing.

 

Notta one... shake right hand.

Notta two... shake both hands.

Notta three... shake both hands and one foot.

Notta four... shake both hands and both feet.

Notta five... shake both hands, both feet and nod head.

Notta six... shake both hands, both feet, nod head and bend at waist.

Notta seven... shake both hands, both feet, nod head, bend waist and turn around.

 

14.  Forty Years on An Iceberg

 

Forty years on an iceberg (hold up 4 fingers)
Rolling along with the tide
(roll hands and wrists over each other ending with one hand and one foot forward – almost like a skaters pose)
Nothing to wear but pajamas,
(slide hands up body from toes to head)
Nothing to do but slide
(slide hands down body from head to toes)
The wind was getting colder,
(shiver, arms around body)
Jack Frost began to bite
(smack hands together like a crocodile)
I think I’ll have to hug # polar bears
To keep me warm tonight! (hug the number of friends that was indicated in the song – the leader of the song picks the number each time)

 

15.  Hey, Hey, Hey, Jubilee Hey Sri Lanka

 

Hey, hey, hey! Jubilee hey!

Hey, hey, hey! Jubilee hey!

Ju-ba, ju-ba-ko, ju-ba, ju-ba-ko

Ju-ba, ju-ba-ko-ba-ko

Ju-ba, ju-ba-ko hey!

 

Actions:

3 claps right; 3 claps left.

3 finger snaps right; 3 finger snaps left.

3 high snaps; 3 low snaps.

Chorus – Slap knees; Clap; Snap fingers; Clap.

 

16.  If I Were Not a Girl Guide

 

Chorus:          

If I were not a Girl Guide, something else I'd like to be

(clap, stamp!)

If I were not a Girl Guide...

Archer:

An Archer I would be!

Shoot the bow, the mighty mighty bow I said,

Shoot, the bow, the mighty mighty bow!

(Everyone sings chorus again)

 

Birdwatcher:

A Birdwatcher I would be!

There's a lark and there's a lark and there's another lark (UGH!)

There's a lark and there's a lark and there's another lark (UGH!)

(Once the Birdwatcher has said her line twice, the Archer joins in. Therefore the Birdwatcher says her line four times, and the Archer says her line twice. Then everyone sings the chorus again)

 

Farmer:

A farmer I would be!

Sow the seed, and fertilize the weeds!

Sow the seed, and fertilize the weeds!

(Once the Farmer has said her line twice, the Birdwatcher joins in... after the Birdwatcher has said her line twice, the Archer joins in... get the picture? This continues with each verse until you have seven or eight people all saying/singing different things at the same time!)  (Everyone sings the chorus again)

 

Hippie:
A hippie I would be!

Hey man, cool man, far out, WOW!

Hey man, cool man, far out, WOW!

(Farmer joins in, then Birdwatcher, then Archer, then everyone sings the chorus)

 

Leader:

A Leader I would be!

Where's your socks and where's your shoes and don't forget your hat!

Where's your socks and where's your shoes and don't forget your hat!

(Hippie joins in, then Farmer, Birdwatcher and Archer, then everyone sings the chorus again)

 

Boy Scout:

A Boy Scout I would be!

EEW! A bug! Squish it in the rug!

EEW! A bug! Squish it in the rug!!

(Leader joins in, then Hippie, Farmer, Birdwatcher, Archer, then everyone sings the chorus one last time!!)

 

17.  In a Cabin in a Wood

 

In a cabin in a wood (trace a cabin outline with your index fingers)

A little old man by the window stood (trace a window outline)

Saw a rabbit hopping by (two fingers of one hand like rabbit ears, hopping)

Knocking at his door (knock with fist)

"Help me! Help me! “Sir,”he said, (throw arms up for each "help me")

"Or the hunter will shoot me dead!" (make a finger gun, point, and shoot)

"Come little rabbit, come with me, and (welcome gesture with hands)

Happy we will be." (hug yourself)

 

18.  My Aunt Grete - Netherlands

 

My Aunt Grete, veeda veeda vete, has a puss, veeda veeda vusee,

And that puss, veeda veeda vuss, has a tail . . .

And that tail, veeda veeda vail, has a curl veeda veeda vurl,

And that curl veeda veeda vurl has a tip, comma . . .

And that tip, veeda veeda vip, has a curl, veeda veeda vurl

And that curl, veeda veeda vurl, has a tail . . .

And that tail, veeda veeda vail, has a puss veeda veeda vuss,

And that puss, veeda veeda vuss has my aunt!

 

Actions:

Aunt Grete - outline a large woman

Puss - outline a cat's face with whiskers

Tail - sweep one arm up, as if tracing a tail

Curl - draw a curl in the air

Tip - point to an invisible spot

Comma - draw a comma in the air


19.  My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean

 

My bonnie lies over the ocean

My bonnie lies over the sea

My bonnie lies over the ocean

Oh, bring back my bonnie to me


Bring back, bring back,

Bring back my bonnie to me, to me

Bring back, bring back,

Bring back my bonnie to me

 

Actions:

Start the song sitting down.

On the first "B" in the song, stand up.

At the next "B", sit down again.

Repeat throughout the song. Repeat the song a number of times, getting faster and faster!

 

20.  Okki-tokki-unga

 

Chorus:          

Okki-tokki-unga, Okki-tokki-unga,

Hey, Missa Day, Missa Doh, Missa Day,

Okki-tokki-unga, Okki-tokki-unga,

Hey, Missa Day, Missa Doh, Missa Day

 

Verse:             

Hexa cola misha wani

Hexa cola misha wani

Hexa cola misha wani

                                   

Chorus:          

A brisk paddle to seek prey.

 

Verse 1:          

Scan horizon for bear (walrus, etc.) with first right, then left, they right hands shading eyes.  After last line, spot quarry and cry, “Ah!”

 

Chorus:           Paddle quickly towards animal.

 

Verse 2:          

Take careful aim at the moving target with your bow, spear or gun

and shoot at the end of each line (with the appropriate noise: 

twang, whiz, bang).

 

Chorus:           Paddle quickly to collect bounty.

 

Verse 3:          

Drag the animal towards the kayak, ending each line with a heave

and a grunt.

 

Chorus:           Paddle slowly (kayak is heavy laden!).

 

Verse 4:          

Wave joyfully to friends on shore, pointing down to the bear after

each wave.   On final line, stand up to wave and end the verse with

a mighty “Splash!”  (Serves you right for standing up in a boat,

especially a kayak!)

 

Chorus:           Swim (overhand crawl) to shore.

 

Verse 5:          

Wrap your arms around yourself and shiver out the words, getting

more and more nasal until the final note of the chorus which ends

with “Ikkii!”  (It’s cold!).

 

21.  The Long Legged Sailor

 

Have you ever ever ever in your long legged life

Seen a long legged sailor with a long legged wife?

No I've never ever ever in my long legged life

Seen a long legged sailor with a long legged wife!

 

Have you ever ever ever in your short legged life...

 

Have you ever ever ever in your one legged life...

 

Have you ever ever ever in your bow legged life...

 

Have you ever ever ever in your knock kneed life...

 

Have you ever ever ever in your pigeon toed life...

 

Last verse:

Have you ever ever ever in your long legged life

Seen a short legged sailor with a one legged wife?

No I've never ever ever in my bow legged life

Seen a knock kneed sailor with a pigeon toed wife!

 

Actions:

Long Legged - Both arms raised high above head one at a time

Short legged - Both arms bent up making a fist beside your face

One legged - One arms raised high above head

Bow legged - Both arms raised high above head but making a

big circle

Knock kneed - Knock your elbows together

Pigeon toed - Turn your hands out so that the back of your

wrists are touching (Knock them together)

 

22.  The Swimming Hole

 

Swimming, swimming (swimming strokes)

in the swimming hole (circle with hands)
When days are hot (wipe brow)

when days are cold (hug yourself)

in the swimming hole (circle with hands)
Breast stroke, side stroke, fancy diving too...
(imitate side, breast strokes, diving)
Don't you wish you (shake finger)

never had anything else to do…BUT!

 

Repeat the song, each time leaving out one phrase, doing only the actions.

End the song with the word “BUT!”

 

23.  Tony Chestnut

 

Tony Chestnut Knows I love you,
Tony knows, Tony knows,
Tony Chestnut Knows I love you,

That's what Tony knows.

While singing, point to different parts of your body, like this:
Toe knee chest nut (head)
Nose eye
Love (heart)

You (point to others)
Toe knee nose
Toe knee nose
Toe knee chest nut (head)
Nose eye
Love (heart)
You (point to others)
That's what toe knee nose.

 

24.  Waddle-ee-ocha

 

Waddle-ee-ocha, waddle-ee-ocha,

Doodle-ee-doo, doodle-ee-doo,

Waddle-ee-ocha, waddle-ee-ocha,

Doodle-ee-doo, doodle-ee-doo!


It's the simplest song; there ain't much to it,

All you've got to do is doodle-ee-doo it,

I like the rest but the part I like best

It goes: doodle-ee-doodle-ee-doo! Woo!

 

Actions: 

For each pair of lines in the song, you fit the following actions:

Slap hands on thighs twice

Clap hands twice

With arms in held in front of chest, shake left hand over right hand twice, then right hand over left twice

Left hand holding your nose, right hand holding your left ear, then right hand holding your nose and left hand holding your right ear, repeat

 

25.  Yogi Bear

 

I know someone you don't know

Yogi, Yogi

I know someone you don't know

Yogi, Yogi Bear

Yogi, Yogi Bear, Yogi, Yogi Bear

I know someone you don't know

Yogi, Yogi Bear


Yogi has a little friend

Boo-boo, Boo-boo

Yogi has a little friend

Boo-boo, Boo-boo Bear

Boo-boo, Boo-boo Bear, Boo-boo, Boo-boo Bear

Yogi has a little friend

Boo-boo, Boo-boo Bear


Yogi has a girlfriend too

Cindy, Cindy

Yogi has a girlfriend too

Cindy, Cindy Bear

Cindy, Cindy Bear, Cindy, Cindy Bear

Yogi has a girlfriend too

Cindy, Cindy Bear


They all have another friend

Ranger, Ranger

They all have another friend

Ranger, Ranger Smith

Ranger, Ranger Smith, Ranger, Ranger Smith

They all have another friend

Ranger, Ranger Smith


They all live in Jellystone

Jelly, Jelly

They all live in Jellystone

Jelly, Jellystone

Jelly, Jellystone, Jelly, Jellystone

They all live in Jellystone

Jelly, Jellystone

 

Actions:

Yogi - wave arms back and forth one either side of your head

Boo-Boo - pat an invisible short person

Cindy - one hand twirling in hair, other hand on hip

Ranger Smith - make a finger gun, "shoot" people

Jellystone - shake whole body

Come on, come on, do the locomotion with me .....