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Red and Black (Parody of Les Miserables)

By Gloson On January 24, 2013 No Comments

(Great for teaching little kids about colors)

It is time for us to
know which colors are which.
Don’t we want to embrace
all the colors that make up the world?
Have you asked of yourself
what’s the color of hay?
Is it red, black, or blue,
yellow, green, or gray?
The colors of the world
you need to know today!

Red – the color of a rose.
Black – the color of a bear.
Red – the color of my clothes.
Black – the color of my hair!

(Music: Transpose +2 semitones)

Green – the smell of smelly gas.
Blue – the color of some eyes.
Green – the color of fresh grass.
Blue – the color of the sky!

(Music: Transpose another +2 semitones)

Orange – the pigment of an orange. (obviously)
Brown – grandfather’s leather glove.
Orange – the taste of pumpkin porridge.
Brown – the chocolate I love!

(Music: Transpose ANOTHER +2 semitones)

Purple– Barney the dinosaur.
Yellow – bananas are this hue.
Purple – eggplants I do adore.
Yellow – the hue of Swiss fondue!

(Music: Transpose YET ANOTHER +2 semitones)

Pink – the glow of dragon fruit.
White – its flesh I take one bite.
Pink – some men desire pink suits.
White – the color of moonlight!

Hoo Am I (Les Miserables Parody)

By Gloson On December 31, 2012 3 Comments

(Parody of “Who Am I” from Les Miserables)

hoo-am-i-owlHoo am I,
I am an owl and I say, “Hoo-hoo-hoo,”
And that is what I do-o-o.
I terrify people at night,
My hoo-hoo-hoo gives them a fright.

Hoo am I,
Some people are scared of my eyes.
They’re known to cause grown men to cry;
There was a man, aged 44,
Who fainted, fell flat on the floor.

Hoo am I,
I’m actually a real nice guy,
I don’t know why I terrify.
I want to make some awesome friends,
We’d have fun that will never end,

We’d hang out till the break of dawn,
And our friendship will go on.

Hoo am I? Hoo am I?
I am an owl!
I terrify grown men it’s true,
But I want to make good friends with you.

Hoo am I?
I am now your friend!

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