Friday, November 8, 2013

Five on Friday: Five Kid Songs Adults Love Too

1. "The Coffee Song" by Ralph's World ("M-O-M-M-Y needs C-O-F-F-E-E . . . I want a latte, a cappuccino and tonight I think I'll have a little vino.")

2. "Don't Wipe Your Face With Your Shirt" by The Cornell Hurd Band ("You can even talk religion with your Grandma--right in front of me---though it means that someone's getting hurt. Just remember keep your poise, I'll always love you boys, just don't wipe your face on your shirt!")

3. "Not Yet Three"  by Jonathan Richman ("Well now if what you've done is grown up, I hate to clue ya
I just plain don't like you and I'm telling this to ya. You know about history and geometry but you don't know enough to just let the baby be. And you think I should be tired now, that's because I'm not yet three my body's all inspired now. In fact, I'm stronger than you, you're simply bigger than me.")

4.  "Thrift Shop" by Dan Zanes with Sandra Bernhard (Because it's good to have a song singing the praises of thrift shops that doesn't have curse words in it.),,1670218-5690598,00.html

5. "Funky Butt" by Devil in a Woodpile (Not only is this a song about farting but it never actually says the word fart and it also has two of my kids' cousins' names in it, so they think that's pretty funny.)

No comments:

Post a Comment