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100 Totally Mad Really Easy

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Piano Songs For Kids

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By Chris Dann

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100 TOTALLY MAD REALLY EASY PIANO SONGS FOR KIDS


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Published by Tattooed Turtle


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Copyright © 2014 Tattooed Turtle. All Rights Reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced, photocopied or
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redistributed in any manner without written permission from the copyright owner. Educational licenses are available.

For more information visit www.tattooedturtle.com.


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Cover Design by Russell Miller

ISBN 978-0-9935013-0-2
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Piano Songs For Kids

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100 Totally Mad Really Easy

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Introduction
WELCOME

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Welcome to 100 Totally Mad Really Easy Piano Songs For Kids!

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This book has been written to provide children and teachers with fresh, fun and accessible

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music for learning to play the piano. You can use this book to support your own piano tutor

method, as a fun repertoire book, or as a tutor in its own right.

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The songs in the book are progressive from complete beginner to just-about-grade 1.

They’re also grouped by subject, so it’s easy to find material to demonstrate a new concept,
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meter, hand position and so on. I’ve followed the same subject order as most piano tutor
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methods, so new concepts are introduced in the same order as any other piano tutor book
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you might be using.


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VIDEOS
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Every single song has an online video of the song being performed followed by a close-up
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of the fingers to make learning to play easy, and to allow non-musical parents to more

easily understand what to do and help their children make music.


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You can access the videos via our website www.tattooedturtle.com along with lots of other
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free videos and downloads.

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EXPRESSIVE MARKINGS AND NOTATION

I’ve deliberately left out articulation, dynamics, tempo markings etc, firstly to keep things

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simple and not clutter up the score with too much information, and secondly to encourage

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children to decide for themselves how fast or slow, loud or soft and so on the song should

go, maximising accessibility and creativity. Should they wish, children can then write in the

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appropriate expressive marks for the feel they have decided upon.

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Where a song uses both hands but only one hand is playing at a time (i.e. the song is a

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single melodic line) I have omitted the rests for the hand that is not playing, in order to
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maximise simplicity and readability.
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Fingerings are what experience shows to be most logical for small hands, but are not
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necessarily the best for any given student and a good teacher will adapt as necessary.
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SONGS 34-35
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These are duets that offer an alternative to the traditional mnemonics of Every Good Boy

Deserves Fruit, etc. By regularly including these songs in lessons from the beginning, it will
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be easy for children to apply the mnemonic to the lines and spaces of the appropriate clef

later on, since they will already be familiar with the words.
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HAVE FUN!

I wrote this book for you to have fun, so make sure you do!

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Contents

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Leave The Shopping On The Roof ..................................................................................1

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You’ll Be Grumpy In The Morning ...................................................................................2

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Gemma’s Got A Great Big Smile ....................................................................................3

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The Sunburn Song..........................................................................................................4

John Fixes Land Rovers..................................................................................................5

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Do You Know Your Onions..............................................................................................6
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Scary Mary She’s So Hairy .............................................................................................7

Two Little Monkeys.........................................................................................................8


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Come On Poppy Don’t Get Stroppy ................................................................................9


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You Need A Bath Because You Smell ......................................................................... 10

My Feet Go Boing ........................................................................................................ 11


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Flying Umbrellas .......................................................................................................... 12


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The Captain’s Always Drinking .................................................................................... 13


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You Have Got A Runny Nose ....................................................................................... 14

If You Eat A Lemon You’ll Pull A Silly Face .................................................................. 15


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The Hoover’s Like An Elephant ................................................................................... 16

When I Wake Up In The Morning ................................................................................. 17

The Walrus Is So Big And Fat He’ll Squash You .......................................................... 18

I Want To Be A Hamster .............................................................................................. 19

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Is My Dinner Ready Yet ............................................................................................... 20

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Lily Lives On The Fourteenth Floor .............................................................................. 21

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Who Do You Think You Are .......................................................................................... 22

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Big Old Buddha Goes Om ............................................................................................ 23

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Your Teeth Will Fall Out If You Just Eat Cake .............................................................. 24

If Your Mum Was A Goat And Your Dad Was A Fish .................................................... 25

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My Best Friend Is A Chocolate Penguin ...................................................................... 26

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Mean Mrs Bunion And Her Hairy Nose ....................................................................... 27
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Colin’s A Carpenter...................................................................................................... 28

The Makeup Song ....................................................................................................... 29


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Make Me A Cake ......................................................................................................... 30

Ashley’s Always Moaning ............................................................................................ 31


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Here Comes The Jogger .............................................................................................. 32

The Man Downstairs ................................................................................................... 33


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Far Away Came Elephants........................................................................................... 34

Grizzly Bears Dig For Aliens ......................................................................................... 35

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Someone Squashed The Bees .................................................................................... 36

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Don’t Cut Yourself On The Fs ...................................................................................... 37

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Don’t Sit On The Hedgehog ......................................................................................... 38

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Harriet The Hen ........................................................................................................... 39

Peter’s Song ................................................................................................................ 40

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In China They Eat Noodles .......................................................................................... 41

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Carol Smelt Of Cabbage .............................................................................................. 42

You Just Can’t Stop Talking ......................................................................................... 43


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Ruby Hides When The Teacher Comes ....................................................................... 44


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Grandma Got Stuck In The Loo ................................................................................... 45

Little Louise From Lewisham ...................................................................................... 46


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Ballerina Dervish ......................................................................................................... 47


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Nothing To Do.............................................................................................................. 48
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Hattie Likes Hair Gel ................................................................................................... 49

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Nic’s Got Crazy Eyes .................................................................................................... 50

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Custard Pie In Your Face ............................................................................................. 51

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Disco Dinosaur ............................................................................................................ 52

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This Song Doesn’t Make Any Sense............................................................................ 53

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You’ve Got A Funny Hat ............................................................................................... 54

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Let’s Get A Haircut ...................................................................................................... 55

Bom Bom Tideley Om Pom Pom ................................................................................. 56

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George Is Such A Grumpy Guts ................................................................................... 57
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The Grumpadumpalumpadoff..................................................................................... 58

Walk The Dog .............................................................................................................. 59


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It’s Raining It’s Raining ............................................................................................... 60

Sweetcorn Plant Is Bigger Than You ........................................................................... 61


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Gill Won’t Reply To Your Email .................................................................................... 62

Mister Monk Just Prays All Day ................................................................................... 63


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Tick Tock Tick Tock...................................................................................................... 64

The Chocolate Teapot Is No More ............................................................................... 65


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There’s A Caterpillar In My Salad ................................................................................ 66


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You Are Always On Your Phone ................................................................................... 67

You Should Talk To Anita............................................................................................. 68

Snowball Fight ............................................................................................................. 69

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Ground Control To Space Monkey .............................................................................. 70

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Silly Old Ghosts ........................................................................................................... 72

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Anna Lives In The Forest ............................................................................................. 73

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Andrew Cleans The Church ......................................................................................... 74

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Julie’s Got Pills And Potions ........................................................................................ 75

Jimmy The Astronaut ................................................................................................... 76

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Jude Knows Every Bus And Train ................................................................................ 77
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The Catfish Has Big Googley Eyes ............................................................................... 78

Fruit And Veg ............................................................................................................... 79


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Charlie The Gnome...................................................................................................... 80


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Piegons Go Peck Peck................................................................................................. 81

The Crane Song ........................................................................................................... 82


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Sammy The Snake Has Got No Legs........................................................................... 83

Don’t Put Your Mouth On The Air Pump ...................................................................... 84


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Monsters Monsters ..................................................................................................... 85

The Recycling Song ..................................................................................................... 86


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Walking Out This Town Blues ...................................................................................... 87


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Maude Is An Alien........................................................................................................ 88

You Can’t Fly A Hot Air Balloon At Night ...................................................................... 89


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Bing! Goes The Seat Belt Sign .................................................................................... 90

Four Eyed Sticky Back Jungle Frog.............................................................................. 91

Zombies Just Want To Eat Your Brain ......................................................................... 92

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You Mustn’t Pick Your Nose If The Queen Is There..................................................... 93

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Don’t Get In The Pool If There’s A Shark About........................................................... 94

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Rasta Man ................................................................................................................... 95

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Shiver Me Timbers, Said The Pirate ............................................................................ 96

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The Pens And Pencils Went To War ............................................................................ 97

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Better Watch Out ‘Cos Here Comes The T-Rex ........................................................... 98

Magic Mirna In The Hammock .................................................................................... 99

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Danny The Crab Will Grab Your Toes ........................................................................100
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My beard is the best!

t s am

58
ha p
re le
Hands Together

/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S

59
t s am
Hands Together

ha p
re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S
t s am

60
ha p
re le
Further Hand Positions

/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S

61
t s am
ha p
Further Hand Positions

re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S
t s am

62
ha p
re le
Further Hand Positions

/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S

63
t s am
ha p
Further Hand Positions

re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e
Monk
Mister

nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S
t s am

64
ha p
re le
Further Hand Positions

/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S

65
t s am
ha p
Further Hand Positions

re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S
t s am

66
ha p
re le
Further Hand Positions

/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S

67
t s am
ha p
Further Hand Positions

re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S
t s am
An i t a

68
ha p
re le
Further Hand Positions

/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
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ev
Do iew
no / S

69
t s am
ha p

ft
Further Hand Positions

re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S
t s am

70
ha p
Advanced

re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S

71
t s am
Advanced

ha p
re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S
t s am

72
ha p
Advanced

re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S

73
t s am
Advanced

ha p
re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S
t s am

74
ha p
Advanced

re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S

75
t s am
Advanced

ha p
re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S
t s am

76
ha p
Advanced

re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S

77
t s am
Advanced

ha p
re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Advanced

y
nl
sh
Catfi

ut O
#6 j œ œ œ œ œ œ œ j œ œ œ œ

rib es
1

& 8œ J J J œ J J

e
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Ϫ Ϫ
The cat - fish has big goog - ley eyes, his face has whisk - ers

? #6 ‰ œ™ œ™ œ™ œ™
8

ed rp
2

/ r Pu
# j j
& œ œ œ œ œ
2

œ œ œ œ œ œ™ œ œ
re le

J
ha p

on the sides and he sucks up food like a hoo - ver. He

? # œ™ œ™ ˙™
t s am

˙™
no / S

#œ œ œ œ j œ œ œ œ
& J J œ œ œ œ J J
J
Do iew

Ϫ Ϫ
keeps the fish tank nice and clean, he eats the dirt and

? # Ϫ Ϫ Ϫ Ϫ
ev
rR

#œ œ œ œ œ j œ œ œ
Fo

& J œ œ œ™ œ
dust and things and he sucks up food like a hoo - ver.

? # œ™ œ™ œ™ œ™ œ™ œ

78
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S

79
t s am
Advanced

ha p
re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S
t s am

80
ha p
Advanced

re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S

81
t s am
Advanced

ha p
re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev

.
Do iew
no / S
t s am

82
ha p
Advanced

re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S

83
t s am
Advanced

ha p
re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S
t s am

84
ha p
Advanced

re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Advanced

y
nl
ut O
rib es
e
ist os
4 j
1

&4 ™ œ œ œ œ œ œ
œ œ

ed rp
? 4 œ™ œ œ œ œ œ
Mon - sters mon - sters blue and hair - y,
/ r Pu J #œ œ
4
3 4
re le

j
ha p

& œ™ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ
t s am

œ œ œ œ
? œ™ œ
mon - sters mon - sters green and scar - y.

J #œ œ
no / S
Do iew

j
& œ™ œ œ œ œ œ ˙
ev

? œ œ œ œ
Grum - py mon - sters shout and groan.

J œ œ #˙
rR

5 4
Fo

& j œ
œ™ œ œ œ œ ˙
œ œ
? œ™ œ
Ghos - tly mon - sters wail and moan.

J œ œ ˙
3 3
5

85
Advanced

y
nl
ut O
4

rib es
& b4 œ œ
5

œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ

e
ist os
˙ ˙ ˙
Re - cy - cl - ling re - cy - cl - ing old news - pap - ers and

? 4Œ ˙ ˙ ˙
b4

ed rp
/ r Pu
5 5 1

&b œ œ œ œ œ œ
re le

œ ˙ œ œ œ œ
ha p

˙ ˙ ˙
jars and tins. Put them in the re - cyc - ling bin with
t s am

? ˙ ˙ ˙
b
no / S

&b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ
œ œ œ œ
Do iew

˙ ˙ ˙
car - tons box - es card and things. Re - cy - cl - ing re -

?b ˙ ˙ ˙
ev
rR

&b œ
Fo

œ ˙ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ
˙ ˙ ˙
cy - cl - ing. Put them in the re - cy - cling bin.

? ˙ ˙ œ
b

86
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S

87
t s am
Advanced

ha p
re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Advanced

y
nl
ut O
rib es
b4
&b 4 œ
4

œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ ˙

e
ist os
Maude is an al - i - en she's got two heads.

? bb4 ˙

ed rp
Ó œ œ ˙
4
5
/ r Pu
b
&b œ
re le

œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ ˙
ha p
t s am

One stays a - wake while the oth - er goes to bed.

?b Ó œ nœ ˙
b ˙
no / S

3 2 1

b
&b œ œ œ
j
Do iew

œ œ œ œ œ œ œ™ œ
Maude is an al - i - en she's got no legs. She

?b Ó œ œ
ev

b ˙ ˙
rR

b
&b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ
2 1
Fo

œ œ œ œ œ ˙
hov - ers just a - bove the ground and floats a - round in - stead.

?b Ó œ œ ˙
b ˙

88
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S

89
t s am
Advanced

ha p
re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S
t s am

90
ha p
Advanced

re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev

ti
Do iew
no / S

91
t s am
Advanced

ha p
re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S
Zom

t s am
b ie

92
ha p
Advanced

re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S

93
t s am
Advanced

ha p
re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S
t s am

94
ha p
Advanced

re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Advanced

R as
ta M
an

y
nl
ut O
bb4 œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œœ œ œ œ œ œ œ

rib es
2

& 4

e
ist os
œœ œœ œœ œœ œœ œœ œœ œœ
Ras - ta man from Ja - mai - can na - tion
Ąon, sings to the peo - ple by the stat - ion.

? b4 Œ Œ Œ Œ Œ Œ Œ Œ

ed rp
b4
1
3 / r Pu 1
3

bbœ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ
1 2

œ œ œ œ œ
1

&
re le
ha p

œœ œœ œœ œœ œ œ œ œ
His guit - ar's got three strings mis - sing, he does -n't care when he starts sing - ing.
t s am

? bb Œ Œ Œ Œ Œ œ Œ œ Œ œ Œ œ
no / S

1
5

bb˙2

˙ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ w
&
Do iew

Jah Jah gwan Bob Mar - ley jerk chick-en rice and peas.

?b˙ ˙ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ w
ev

b
rR

b
Fo

&b œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ œ w

œœ œœ œœ œœ œ œ
Rast - a man from Jam - ai - can na - Ąon,
tion he do what he please.

?bŒ œ Œ œ w
b Œ Œ Œ Œ

95
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S
t s am

96
ha p
Advanced

re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S

97
t s am
Advanced

ha p
re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S
t s am

98
ha p
Advanced

re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S

99
t s am
Advanced

ha p
re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y
Fo
rR
ev
Do iew
no / S
t s am
ha p

100
Advanced

re le
/ r Pu
ed rp
ist os
rib es
ut O
e nl
y