The Car Song

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I’ve got a car, it’s made of tin,

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Nobody knows what shape it’s in.

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Got four wheels and a running board.

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It’s a four-door, it’s a Ford. Honk,

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Honk, rattle, rattle, toot, crash, beep, beep.  Honk,

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honk, rattle, rattle, toot, crash, beep, beep.  Honk

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honk, rattle, rattle, toot, crash, beep, beep, honk, honk.

 

Motions:  Measures 1-8:  clap a ti-ti ostinato.    “honk” – Make a honking motion with one hand.      “rattle” – Shake your body.      “toot” – Touch index finger to your nose.      “crash” – Hand in front of mouth with fingers spread apart.      “beep” – Pull on your ear. Source:  An American Methodology, by Eisen and Robertson, p.291

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