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JUDY COOK WINS BRONZE MOONBEAM CHILDREN'S BOOK AWARD 2015 FOR "WHEN DINOSAURS GO DANCING" -WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY SONIA NADEAU Judy is thrilled to have won this award celebrating youthful curiosity, discovery and learning through books and reading! Find the book at Friesen Press Books or Amazon
 
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When the Dinosaurs go Dancing
Lyrics
When the dinosaurs go dancing
They like to waltz beneath the moon
Their bodies gently swaying
to their favorite old time tune
you can hear them wheeze
In the gentle breeze
As their starlit shadows play
but When the dinosaurs go dancing
You better get out of the way

When the dinosaurs go dancing at the annual charity ball
They nod to one another and tango down the hall
then they bow politely and do a pirouette
They choose their favorite partner and begin a minuet

The dinosaurs keep dancing
You'd think they'd never stop
Even though you know they're tired
It's time to bunny hop

When the night is over
And their dancing is all done,
The dinosaurs are tired
From having so much fun.
They greet the dawn with a dinosaur yawn
And with weary dino-sore feet.
They plod downstream where the dinosaurs dream
And trundle home to sleep.
Description
Short Song Description:
Imaginative about Dinosaurs dancing
Long Song Description:
a fun part of the musical - where paleontologists dance and argue their theories
Story Behind the Song:
this song is great for workshops (the dance segments are lengthened and children learn different dances)
Credits
Lyric Credits: Cook-Nosaty-Hunter
Music Credits: Cook-Nosaty-Hunter
Producer Credits: Moon Tango
Publisher Credits: Skytap Music
Performance Credits: Cook-Nosaty-Hunter and the Kozub family harmonies
Label Credits: Lee
Metadata
Song Length: 2:37
Primary Genre: Unique-Children
Secondary Genre: Unique-General
Tempo / Feel: Tempo Undefined
Lead Vocal: Mixed Vocals
Subject Matter 1: Dinosaurs
Subject Matter 2: Earth
Mood 1: Delighted
Mood 2: Cheerful
Language: English
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