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The Dictionary Song
Lyrics
If you fell into a dictionary
It might seem very scary
But don't you worry if you do
You just might find you'd learn a new word or two

Well I fell into a dictionary
At first it was very scary
Now I have a different point of view
You see it helped me to learn a new word or two

Words raining down around my head
So many words I've never read
Where have I been
I've never seen
So many words I don't understand
Look at all these words Oh
Look at all these words Oh

Learning a new word is always
Something good to do
Helps you to express yourself and
Get your message through

Falling into a dictionary
Doesn't have to be too scary
Increase your vocabulary
Learning something new

If you fell into a dictionary
It might seem very scary
But don't you worry if you do
You just might find you'd learn a new word or two

Well I fell into my dictionary
At first it was very scary
Now I have a different point of view
You see it helped me to learn a new word or two

Words swirling round and round my brain
So many words I can't explain
Where have I been?
I've never seen
So many words I don't understand

Look at all these words Oh-oh
Look at all these words Oh


Words and music by Judy Cook
registered with socan
Description
Short Song Description:
demonstrates to children that it's O.K. not to understand things in the world (life skills)
Long Song Description:
In school children start using a dictionary by the second grade. Older children like to learn the words to the song and sing-a-long
Story Behind the Song:
I like to have a dictionary beside me when I'm reading
Credits
Lyric Credits: Judy Cook
Music Credits: Judy Cook
Producer Credits: Judy Cook Hal Brolund Dan Donahue
Publisher Credits: independent
Performance Credits: Judy Cook Hal Brolund and Wayne Posnick (Mr. Mark)
Metadata
Song Length: 2:50
Primary Genre: Unique-Children
Secondary Genre: Unique-General
Lead Vocal: Duet Male/Female
Subject Matter 1: General
Language: English
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