Tuesday, March 9, 2010

In And Out The Dusty Bluebells

In And Out The Dusty Bluebells

In and out the dusty bluebells
In and out the dusty bluebells
In and out the dusty bluebells
I am the master.

Tipper ipper apper on my shoulder
Tipper ipper apper on my shoulder
Tipper ipper apper on my shoulder
I am the master.

This is a circle game. Children stand in a circle hands joined and held up to form an arch. A selected child weaves in and out the 'arches' as the first verse is sung. At the end of the first verse the chid stops and begins to pat the shoulders of the nearest chid to him/her as the second verse is sung. At the end of the first verse the new leader and the first child form a snake and set out weaving in and out of the arches. The song continues with the snake getting longer and longer until the circle is too small to continue.

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