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Oats Peas Beans and Barley Grow
Oh Susanna
Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone
Old Farmer Cutty
Old Joe Clarke
Old King Cole
Old MacDonald
Old Mrs. Baker
On the Fifth Floor
Over and Under (Original Version)
Over and Under (MathJam Version)




Oats Peas Beans and Barley Grow My Little Yellow Bus

(c)1992, Adapted by Judy and David Gershon (SOCAN)

Oats, peas, beans and barley grow
Oats, peas, beans and barley grow
Can you or I or anyone know
How oats, peas, beans and barley grow

Karen, Sue and Charley grow
Horses teeth and my big toe
Can you or I or anyone know
'Bout all the things that grow and grow

Oats, peas, beans....

Why should I eat them? I am not a horse.

Oats, peas, beans...

Can you or I or anyone know how oats, peas, beans and barley grow.




Oh Susanna My Little Yellow Bus

(c)1992, Adapted by Judy and David Gershon (SOCAN)

Well I come from Alabama with my banjo on my knee
And I'm gone for Louisiana, my true love for to see

Oh Susanna, now don't you cry for me
'Cuz I come from Alabama with my banjo on my

She's mile away and I'm on my way and to help me pass the time
I'll be a-singing and a-humming every step of the way
And a-playing this banjo of mine

Oh Susanna, now don't you cry for me
'Cuz I come from Alabama with my banjo on my

Well I come from Alabama with my banjo on my knee
And I'm gone for Louisiana, my true love for to see

Oh Susanna, now don't you cry for me
'Cuz I come from Alabama with my banjo on my




Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone My Little Yellow Bus

Oh where, oh where has my little dog gone
Oh where, oh where can he be
With his ears cut short and his tail cut long
Oh where, oh where can he be




Old Farmer Cutty Judy & David - MathJam 1 - Original Edition - Old Farmer Cutty (Graphing) MathJam 1
(c)2004 All Together Now Entertainment Inc.
Words and Music by Judy and David Gershon


It all began when a mean old man
Farm Inspector Smythe raised the alarm
The place is one big mess, how am I to even guess
How many of each kinda critter is on your farm?

Well, Old Farmer Cutty, was a little bit nutty
He gathered up his critters with a laugh
No problem he said, I’ll just go to the shed
And I will make the world’s biggest graph

Old Farmer Cutty was a little bit nutty
Gathered up his critters with a laugh
He stood one cow on top of another (moo!)
One horse on top of his brother (neigh!)
Old Farmer Cutty made the world’s biggest graph

He put the pigs in a big pink pile (snort, snort!)
A pile of hens you could see for a mile (bawk, bawk!)
One cow on top of another (moo!)...etc.

Old Farmer Cutty was a little bit nutty
Gathered up his critters with a laugh
Goats were piled up in a heap (bleet!)
Next to a mound of sheep (baa!)
Pigs in a big pink pile (snort, snort!)... etc.

Old Farmer Cutty was a little bit nutty
Gathered up his critters with a laugh
Three dogs in a furry stack (woof woof!)
Ten ducks in pile quack quack (quack quack!)
Goats piled up in a heap (bleet!)...etc.

Well Inspector Smythe said, “Never in my life
Have I seen a graph towering over my head.
Your farm’s ok, but after today
Just make me graph on a piece of paper instead!”


Old Joe Clarke My Little Yellow Bus

Round 'n round Old Joe Clarke
Round n' round I say
Round 'n round Old Joe Clarke
I ain't got long to stay

Old Joe Clarke he had a house
Sixteen stories high
Every story in that house
Was filled with chicken pie

Round...

Old Joe Clarke he had a dog
As blind as he could be
Chased a redbug round a stump
A racoon up a hollow tree

Round...

Fly around Old Joe Clarke
Fly around I'm gone
Fly around Old Joe Clarke
With the golden slippers on

Well I went down to Old Joe's House
Never been there before
He slept on the feather bed
And I slept on the floor

Roll around Old Joe Clarke
Sail away and gone
Roll around Old Joe Clarke
Roll around Old Joe Clarke
With the golden slippers on

If you see that girl of mine
Tell her if you can
Before she goes to make her bread
To wash those dirty hands

Roll, roll Old Joe Clarke
Roll, roll I say
Roll, roll Old Joe Clarke
You better be gettin' away

Round...

When I was a little boy
I used to play in ashes
Now I am a great big boy
Wearin' Dad's moustaches

Round...

Round...

Old Joe Clarke he had a house
Sixteen stories high
Every story in that house
Was filled with chicken pie




Old King Cole My Little Yellow Bus

Now old King Cole was a merry old soul
And a merry old soul was he.
He called for his pipe and he called for his bowl
And he called for his fiddlers three.
And every fiddler had a fine fiddle
And every fiddler had a fine fiddle
And a very fine fiddle, yes a fiddler's fiddle
Oh a very fine fiddle had he.




Old MacDonald My Little Yellow Bus

(c)1992, Adapted by Judy and David Gershon (SOCAN)

Old Macdonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O
And on his farm he had a cow, E-I-E-I-O
With a "moo-moo" here and a "moo-moo" there
Here a "moo" there a "moo"
Everywhere a "moo-moo"
Old Macdonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O

Old Macdonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O
And on his farm he had a pig, E-I-E-I-O
With a (snort) here and a (snort) there
Here a (snort) there a (snort)
Everywhere a (snort)
With a "moo-moo" here and a "moo-moo" there
Here a "moo" there a "moo"
Everywhere a "moo-moo"
Old Macdonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O

Old Macdonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O
And on his farm he had a horse, E-I-E-I-O
With a "neigh, neigh" here and a "neigh, neigh" there
Here a "neigh" there a "neigh"
Everywhere a "neigh, neigh"
With a (snort) here and a (snort) there
Here a (snort) there a (snort)
Everywhere a (snort)
With a "moo-moo" here and a "moo-moo" there
Here a "moo" there a "moo"
Everywhere a "moo-moo"
Old Macdonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O

...mouse..."squeek"

...porcupine..."oo-ah"

...cold...(sneeze)

...joke..."ha-ha"

 


Old Mrs. Baker Playground Jam
(c)2000 All Together Now Entertainment Inc.
Words and Music by Judy and David Gershon

Old Mrs. Baker had a little cat and its name was kitty-I-O
She sang that cat a kitty cat song while a playin on the fiddle I O
And that little kitty liked to play along to Old Mrs. Baker’s fiddlin’ song
The kitty went meow-meow-middle-I
Playin on the filddle-I-O

Oh-oh, tideo, playin’ on the fiddle-I-O

Old Mrs. Baker had a little bird and its name was birdie-I-O
She sang that bird a chickadee song while a playin on the fiddle I O
And that little birdie liked to play along to Old Mrs. Baker’s fiddlin’ song
The birdie went tweet-tweet-twiddle-I
The kitty went meow-meow-middle-I
Playin on the filddle-I-O

Oh-oh, tideo, playin’ on the fiddle-I-O

Old Mrs. Baker had a little mouse and its name was mousie-I-O
She sang that mouse a tiny mouse song while a playin on the fiddle I O
And that little mouse liked to play along to Old Mrs. Baker’s fiddlin’ song
The mouse went squeek-sqeek-squiddle-I
The birdie went tweet-tweet-twiddle-I
The kitty went meow-meow-middle-I
Playin on the filddle-I-O

Oh-oh, tideo, playin’ on the fiddle-I-O

Old Mrs. Baker had an alligator and its name was gator-I-O
She sang that alligator a gitter-gator song while a playin on the fiddle I O
And that alligator wouldn’t play along to Old Mrs. Baker’s fiddlin’ song
He went chomp chomp gulp and that’s the end of this song

(dialogue / instrumental)

Oh-oh, tideo, playin’ on the fiddle-I-O
Oh-oh, tideo, playin’ on the fiddle-I-O

On the Fifth Floor Judy & David - MathJam 2 - On the Fifth Floor (Counting Patterns to 50)
(c)2004 All Together Now Entertainment Inc.
Words and Music by Judy and David Gershon (SOCAN)


1...and then 11, so many steps to climb
12... 21 it is a crime
22... 37 almost there, oh my, thank heaven
38... 40 glory be
41... 44 I see our apartment door
45, 46, 47 three to go
48, 49, 50 wherever did I put my key?
I left it downstairs, oh NO!

I'm living on the fifth floor, 50 steps up to our door
The fifth floor. I can't take it anymore
Living on the fifth floor

2... 10 and I'm taking stairs two at a time
12... 18
20, 22, 24 I'll be there faster than before
26, 28 I'm a stair climbing machine
30...38 just 12 more
40, 42, 44 oh, NO!
46, 48, 50 I think that I am gonna die
I forgot to get the mail, back down I go

5 10 I'm going up again,
Jumping up 5 stairs at a time
15 20 25 very soon I will arrive
It's really not so bad if you do it right
30 35 40 45 almost there and I am still alive
50 I have made it once again
Today I'll climb not one more stair. Go back down? I don't care!
'Cause I'm taking the elevator next time, my friend

 


Over and Under
(Original Version) Treasure Park
(c)2000 All Together Now Entertainment Inc.
Words and Music by Judy and David Gershon

Over and under, Up and down. Inside and outside and all around

Every woman every man, every animal and child
Livin' in the city or in the jungle wild
Fills their lungs with life – fills their lungs with air
I've gotta get me some, but can you tell me where?

Yes, I can…it's over and under…

There's water in the bathtub and water in the sea
Some say there's water in the air and even inside me
Is it true can you tell me, and please, child, tell me true
Can you tell me where the water is, I'm counting upon you

Yes, I can…it's over and under…

Take it over take it under take it up and down
Take it in take it out take it upside down
Make a smile flip it over and you got a frown
Flip it over again and spread it around

Over and under…

There's somewhere this is leading me, but you already knew
It's bigger than the air we breathe, more than the ocean, blue
Can you tell me now, my child, have you taken every clue
Can you guess how much it is that I am loving you?




Over and Under (MathJam Version) Judy & David - MathJam K - Over and Under (Positional Language) MathJam K
(c) 2004 All Together Now Entertainment Inc.
Words and Music by Judy and David Gershon (SOCAN)


Over and under, up and down
Inside and outside, all around

My favourite book, my favourite book, I lost it somehow
Well I know who will have a clue to find it for me now
Hey, Mom, have you seen it?
Did you clean it off my floor?
No, I don’t know where it is
You’d better look around some more

My favourite book, my favourite book, I lost it somehow
My sister Su will have a clue to find it for me now
Hey Su, did you see it? Did it go right out that door?
No, I don’t know where it is
You’d better look around some more

Looking over, looking under, looking all around
Above and below ‘til the book is found
Looking near looking far looking in and out
I had a look, I found my book
Come on and give a shout

My favourite book, my favourite book
Was right here on my bed
With my flashlight I can read all night
“No way!” What’s that he said?
It’s time to sleep, please brush your teeth
And… hey, where did you go?
You can’t see where I am and you will never know!
Unless you look over and under...

 


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