There was an error. General Comment Rumors insist this is about "cocaine", using, dealing, selling, whatever General Comment "Rev me up" should be "bump me up" "Let's go I'm gonna hit the ground Close the day the winter's found" Should be "The flakes go up, not hit the ground Toast the day to winter's clown" Anyways, I've also heard about the song being cocaine.
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Why not add your own? Log in to add a tag. More The Clarks Lyrics. Then they disappeared completely Cause theyd melted on the spot! There were eight tubby snowmen There were six tubby snowmen There were four tubby snowmen There were two tubby snowmen Song 4. This is a very cross song! This is an angry song! I saw someone stamp their feet, Oh dear, what an angry song! I saw someone pull a face, Oh dear, what an angry song! I saw someone shouting out, Oh dear, what an angry song! I saw someone cry and cry, Oh dear, what an angry song!
Song 5. Youre peeping at me from under the clouds, Under the clouds, under the clouds. Youre peeping at me from under the clouds, Hello, Mister Sun! Youre shining on me from up in the sky, Up in the sky, up in the sky.
Youre shining on me from up in the sky, Hello, Mister Sun! Youre making the snow look shiny and new, Shiny and new, shiney and new. Youre making the snow look shiny and new, Hello, Mister Sun!
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Youre making my face feel rosy and warm, Rosy and warm, rosy and warm. Youre making my face feel rosy and warm, Hello, Mister Sun! Song 6. We can make the snowmans body, Thats a job for us!
Fingers tingling in the snow, Theres a job to do, so off we go! We can make the snowmans head, 3. We can make the snowmans eyes, 4. We can find the snowmans nose, 5. We can find the snowmans mouth,. Song 7. Maybe tomorrow, he will still be here, One snowman at sunset this year. There is snow on the plants And snow on the trees. And snowflakes all around me Like many white bees! And all the toys for girls and boys Into his great big sack. Soldiers are you ready? Then march round one, two, three! I am a fairy doll on the Christmas tree. Boys and girls come and look at me!
Look at me, see what I can do. Then all of you can do it too! Snowman, run! Snow, snow, snowman grow. Oh, the sun — snowman, run! A Snowman. Here is my pipe and here is my hat. Will you count them all with me? Rain, Wind and Snow. Rain, rain, April rain! Bring the flowers back again, Yellow cowslip, violet blue, Butter-cups and daisies too. Wind, wind! Autumn wind! He the leafy trees has thinned, Loudly hear him roar and shout; Bar the door and keep him out.
Snow, snow, pure white snow! O'er the fields thy covering throw. Cover up the seed so warm Through the winter safe from harm. Rain, wind, snow, all three, Each in turn shall welcome be, Each and all in turn are sent On the earth with good intend. Christmas eve. Look at the snow, Over the garden way. So deep and so white, It has fallen all night; We cannot go out to-day! Father Frost, bring many toys For little girls and little boys!
In winter when fields are white. In winter, when the fields are white, I sing this song for your delight. In spring, when woods are getting green, I'll try and tell you what I mean. In summer, when the days are long, Perhaps you'll understand the song. In autumn, when the leaves are brown, Take a pen and ink, and write it down. The months. January brings the snow, Makes our feet and fingers glows. February brings the rains, Thaws the frozen lake again. March brings breezes sharp and chill, Shakes the dancing daffodil. April brings the primrose sweet, Scatters daisies at our feet.
May brings flocks of pretty lambs, Sporting round their fleecy dams. Hot July brings thunder-showers, Apricots, and gilly-flowers. August brings the sheaves of corn; Then the harvest home is borne. Warm September brings the fruit; Sportsmen then begin to shoot. Brown October brings the pheasant, Then to gather nuts is pleasant. Dull November brings the blast— Hark! Cold December brings the sleet, Blazing fire, and Christmas treat.
A good game. Hurry now. Winter is snowy. Winter is snowy, winter is frosty.