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Elphinstone Kist   Bairn-Sang, Music

Screivin Sangs Wi Littlins     by: Blackhall, Sheena

Ony tune can be high-jacked bi a teacher an gien Scots wirds bi a class aroon their project wirk.
It's easiest fin the first line's repeated

1. ye dinna need tae learn sae mony new wirds
2. ye learn quicker wi repetition

Here's a puckle tunes an examples tae wirk wi:

* London's burning
* John Brown's body
* Katie Beardie
* The World must be coming to an end
* Here we go round the mulberry bush
* I see the moon
* She'll be coming round the mountain
* The broon coo
* Hot cross buns
* Little red wagon
* One finger one thumb keep moving
* The foolish man built his house upon the sand
* Have you seen the muffin man
* In and out the dusty bluebells
* Frere Jacques
* One more step along the world we go
* Kumbaya
* He's got the whole world
* We shall not be moved
* Most sea shanties
* If you're happy and you know it
* Michael row the boat ashore
* When the Saints go marchin in
* Gimme that old time religion
* Oh ye canna shove yer granny aff a bus
* Fa saw the 42nd?
* In and out the window



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