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Smiley.svgJacquelyn Sherst sent me the following song and note:

"This is a song developed from a school in the USA. 

I am unsure of which state, but I heard it when I was very young an loved it."

Faces Faces Funny Faces

Faces, faces, funny faces
You make such a funny sight!
Pumpkins glowing in the night (Echo: with jingle bells).
Witches running, all in fright (Echo: with wooden block).
Ghosts flickering in the sky (Echo: tambourine)
Goblins making a pumpkin pie! (Echo: maracas or rattles).
Owls hooting, what a scare!
Who oo—-, Whoo-oo-oo,
Coyotes howling, tigers growling,
Cats a-prancing, Devils dancing,
Never can you tell what’s behind those faces,
On Halloween night!

Many thanks to Jacquelyn for sharing this Halloween song with us!

Mama Lisa

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This artilce was posted on Thursday, January 31st, 2013 at 3:25 pm and is filed under Children's Songs, Countries & Cultures, England, English Children's Songs, Halloween Songs, Holiday Songs, USA. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

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