Songs - 9 years old

 

World Is Calling

Jullie Doolie

 

Athens, Greece,

Greek yogurt to eat

Parthenon temple

Sociable people

 

Paris, France,

Look posh and dance

Eiffel tower

Cheese on a cracker

 

Rome, Italy

Be loud and see

Colosseum arena

Delicious pizza

 

World is calling - travel around and around

World is calling - come on follow the sound

Country to country

City to city

Keep on traveling

around the world

 

Beijing, China

Hardworking Asians

The Great Wall

Rice in a bowl

 

Washington D.C. U.S.A.

Be extrovert every day

New York, Statue of Liberty

Thanksgiving turkey

Canberra, Australia

Damper with soda

Ayers Rock down under

Easygoing surfers

CHORUS

New Delhi, India

Taj Mahal

Happy people, Bollywood

Spices in every food

 

London, England

Eat Fish and chips with hands

Westminster Abbey

Be punctual please

 

Moscow, Russia

Russian salad and pasha

The Red Square

Flashy millionaires

 

Berlin, Germany

Beer and sausages

The Berlin Wall

Serious and tall

CHORUS (x2)

 

Roar

Katy Perry

I used to bite my tongue and hold my breath

Scared to rock the boat and make a mess

So I sat quietly, agreed politely

 

I guess that I forgot I had a choice

I let you push me past the breaking point

I stood for nothing, so I fell for everything

 

You held me down, but I got up

Already brushing off the dust

You hear my voice, you hear that sound

Like thunder gonna shake the ground

You held me down, but I got up

Get ready because I've had enough

I see it all, I see it now

 

I got the eye of the tiger,

a fighter,

dancing through the fire

Because I am a champion

and you're gonna hear me roar

Louder, louder than a lion

Because I am a champion

and you're gonna hear me roar

 

Doctor, doctor

Jullie Doolie

I need a doctor quick 

I’m feeling sick

But I have to be alright 

I want to dance tonight 

I want to celebrate

But I have a stomachache

I want to get into my party clothes 

But I have a runny nose 

 

I want to get into the groove 

But my head hurts when I move 

There is a party to crash 

But I have a rash 

Doctor, give me a pill

I have a sore throat still

I don’t want to be ill

I want to dance like in Brazil 

 

Doctor, doctor

I want to dance to reggaeton

So put your white coat on

Please tell me what is wrong

 

Doctor, doctor

I want to dance to reggaeton

So put your white coat on

Please fix whatever is wrong

 

Breathing in, breathing out 

listen to lungs and heart make sound 

Check ears, eyes and teeth 

reflexes on knees
Open mouth, speak out loud 

Say aaah, say aaah 

 

Doctor, doctor

Get your thermometer

If I have a fever, make it better 

Put a bandaid on a cut

Or stitches with knots 

Needle to give me a shot 

And tell me I can dance a lot 

 

Take an x-ray

And all the tests today 

To show me I am ok 

To dance the night away

Chorus

Doctor, doctor
Put your white coat on
We are going to dance to reggaeton

all night long (x2)

 

People who changed History

Joolie Doolie

 

William Shakespeare

He wrote Hamlet and King Lear

The greatest playwright of all times

Wrote beautiful rhymes

 

Another writer called Oscar Wilde

He had his very own style

He was funny and clever 

in his books

Had elegance and good looks

 

Alexander Graham Bell

Invented the telephone to sell

Great for communication

Across the nation

 

Thomas Edison was a businessman,

Invented the lightbulb 

with a lifespan

It was soon to be sold

To every household

 

These people changed history

And made a difference in society

So I don’t care

about your money

Or your cars and mansion

in Miami

 

I don’t care if you are a celebrity

For having money and luxury

It’s cooler to be famous

For being a genius

 

The revolutionary, 

Nelson Mandela

Became the president 

of South Africa

Before he was in prison 

for 27 years

Till he saw Apartheid disappear

 

Martin Luther King 

fought for human rights

Equality between 

blacks and whites

That’s what he preached,

In his speech “I have a dream”

 

Mahatma Gandhi 

was a peaceful leader

Violence was never the answer

He lived in a simple way

meditating every day

 

Princess Diana wore a tiara

but she wasn’t a royal diva

she worked hard for charity

shared love and empathy

Chorus

Amelia Earhart was a pioneer

A woman pilot with a career

She really loved to fly

Crossing oceans and skies

 

Marilyn Monroe 

wasn’t just a pretty blond

She became a pop icon

She could act, sing, pose and show

Real Hollywood glow

 

Charlie Chaplin was a great performer

filmmaker, actor and composer

A moustache, a hat and a funny walk

With his miming skills 

he didn’t need to talk

 

Alfred Hitchcock, 

master of suspense

Looking through a film camera lens

Psycho, Vertigo and Rear Window

Results of his creative flow

Chorus