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200 Songs Every School Loves to Sing

Kevin Mayhew

Product Code: 3612272

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£29.99

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Key Stage 1 and 2
Here is a fabulous new collection of songs for children – all the favourites are here! They are in child-friendly keys and the accompaniments are easy to play. For the teacher who wishes to keep singing at the heart of their school, as recommended by the Music Manifesto, this book is a godsend!
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Product Code3612272
Name200 Songs Every School Loves to Sing
SupplierKevin Mayhew
ISMNM570249268
ISBN9781848670877
Short DescriptionKey Stage 1 and 2
Pack Size1
Date Published27 Jan 2009
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A spoonful of sugar
A windmill in old Amsterdam
A - you’re adorable
Agadoo
All in this together
All the nice girls love a sailor
All things bright and beautiful
All you need is love
American pie
Angels
Annie’s song
Any dream will do
Any old iron
Auld lang syne
Baby one more time
Barbie girl
Breaking free
Bridge over troubled water
Bring me sunshine
Brown-eyed girl
Can’t get you out of my head
Castle on a cloud
Caught up in the middle
Chattanooga choo choo
Climb every mountain
Close every door
Cockles and mussels
Congratulations
Consider yourself at home
Daisy, Daisy
Dancing Queen
Danny Boy
Daydream believer
Do your ears hang low?
Don’t cry for me Argentina
Don’t dilly dally on the way
Don’t stop me now
Don’t worry, be happy
Down by the riverside
Dry bones
Edelweiss
Fame
Fields of Gold
Food, glorious food
Frère Jacques
Getting to know you
Give me joy in my heart
He ain’t heavy
Heartbeat
Hello, Dolly!
He’s got the whole world in his hands
Hokey cokey
Home on the range
How much is that doggie in the window
I am the music man
I could have danced all night
I do like to be beside the seaside
I have a dream
I know an old lady who swallowed a fly
I wanna be like you
I whistle a happy tune
I wish I was a punk rocker
I’d do anything for you
If I had a hammer
If I ruled the world
If you were the only girl in the world
I’m forever blowing bubbles
Imagine
Irreplaceable
Is this the way to Amarillo
It’s a long way to Tipperary
It’s hard to believe
Itsy bitsy, teeny weeny yellow polka dot bikini
Jambalaya
John Brown’s tractor had a puncture
Kum ba yah
Leaning on a lamp post
Let it be
Let’s go fly a kite
Let’s twist again
Li’l Liza Jane
Lily the Pink
Make me a channel of your peace
Michael Finnigan
Michael row the boat ashore
Moon river
My Bonnie lies over the ocean
My boy Lollipop
My favourite things
My grandfather’s clock
My heart will go on
My old man said follow the van
My old man’s a dustman
Nellie the elephant
New York, New York
No matter what
Nowhere man
Ob-la-di, ob-la-da
Oh my darling Clementine
Oh what a beautiful morning
Oh when the saints go marching in
On llkley Moor baht ‘at
One love
Over the rainbow
Penny Lane
Prehistoric dinosaur brigade
Puff the magic dragon
Que sera sera
Raindrops keep falling on my head
Reach
Relight my fire
Rock around the clock
Sailing
She’ll be coming round the mountain
Side by side
Since you’ve been gone
Sing a rainbow
Singing in the rain
Singing the blues
Smoke gets in your eyes
Something kinda ooh
Somewhere over the rainbow
Sorry seems to be the hardest word
Spongebob Squarepants
Streets of London
Summer holiday
Summer nights
Summertime
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious
Suspicious minds
Swing low, sweet chariot
Thank you for the music
The animal fair
The animals went in two by two
The big ship sails on the alley alley o
The hippopotamus song
The Lambeth Walk
The locomotion
The long and winding road
The quartermaster’s stores
The runaway train
The Skye boat song
The ugly duckling
There’s a hole in my bucket
There’s a worm at the bottom of my garden
There’s no one quite like Grandma
Those were the days
Thunderbirds are go
Tie a yellow ribbon round the old oak tree
Tie me kangaroo down
Tomorrow
Tragedy
Two little boys
Uptown girls
Walking on air
Waltzing Matilda
Wannabe
Waterloo
Waterloo sunset
We all stand together
We are family
We are the champions
What a wonderful world
What shall we do with the drunken sailor
When father papered the parlour
When I first came to this land
When I’m 64
When the red, red robin
When you’re smiling
Where is love?
Who built the ark?
Who will buy?
Widdecombe Fair
With a little help from my friends
Yellow bird
Yellow submarine
You are my sunshine
You’ll never walk alone
Young ones
You’re the one that I want
Zip a dee doo dah
CHRISTMAS CAROLS AND SONGS
Away in a manger
Do they know it’s Christmas?
Go tell it on the mountain
Good King Wenceslas
I wish it could be Christmas every day
Jingle bells
Little donkey
Little drummer boy
Mary’s boy child
Merry Christmas, everybody
O come, all ye faithful
O little town of Bethlehem
Once in royal David’s city
Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer
Silent night
The angel Gabriel from heaven came
We three kings
While shepherds watched
White Christmas

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