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WHO’S GOOD

words and music by Dave Kinnoin
©1987 Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

verse one:
Somebody’s good, somebody’s good.
Who’s good?
Me!
Somebody’s good, somebody’s good.
Who’s good?
Me!
Somebody smiles, and the sun shines bright!
Somebody hugs, and they squeeze real tight!
Somebody’s good, somebody’s good.
Who’s good?
Me!

verse two:
Somebody’s good…
Somebody tries very hard in school!
Somebody follows the Golden Rule!

verse three:
Somebody’s good…
Somebody’s heart has a magic touch!
Somebody’s the one that I like so much!

(repeat verse three)

tag:
Somebody’s good, somebody’s good.
Who’s good?
Me!

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COOCHIE AND DOC ROCK

words and music by Dave Kinnoin
©1987 Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

intro:
I was sittin’ on the floor when I heard a
Knock, knock, knock.
There was someone at the door, so I started to
Walk, walk, walk.
“Hello, who is it?”
It was the kids from down the block.
They said, “May we please visit with Coochie and Doc?”

chorus:
The little hand is a cat named Coochie.
The big hand is a dog named Doc.
And they spin all around and around and around
And around on the face of the clock.
Yeah, they spin all around and around and around
‘Cause they’re doin’ the Coochie and Doc Rock!

verse one:
Coochie says all the hours belong to her.
Doc says all the minutes are his.
They go a-tickety-tock all around that silly clock.
Oh, yeah, that’s just the way it is!

(repeat chorus)

verse two:
There are sixty minutes in an hour
And twenty-four hours in a day.
There’s a sun and a moon and some words and a tune,
And telling time is just a game we play!

(repeat chorus)

bridge:
Sometimes when they get all wound up,
They count the minutes one by one.
Then they start to giggle.
They laugh until they wiggle.
Oh, that Doc and Coochie have a lot of fun!
Oh, that Doc and Coochie have a lot of fun!

(repeat chorus)

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BLUESY

words and music by Dave Kinnoin
© 1987 Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

verse one:
Bluesy is my imaginary friend.
Bluesy is my imaginary friend.
We don’t need toys.
We don’t need money.
We don’t need umbrellas—
Our smiles are so sunny.
Bluesy is my imaginary friend.

verse two:
Bluesy always has some time to spend.
You see, my Bluesy knows it’s okay to pretend.
When I feel sad,
When the world starts to bug me,
I know I have my Bluesy to hug me.
Bluesy always has some time to spend.

bridge:
Bluesy is very imaginary.
I create what Bluesy says and does.
Bluesy hears what I hear,
Sees what I see,
Beats with my heart—
Bluesy is a part of me.

verse three:
Bluesy is my imaginary friend.
Bluesy is my imaginary friend.
We jump so high,
Then we fall down laughin’.
I can’t believe
What a good time we’re havin’.
Bluesy is my imaginary friend.

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GORILLA FEET

words and music by Dave Kinnoin
© 1987 Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

verse one:
He’s comin’ through the jungle
With a jumpin’ jungle beat,
And everybody knows
About those gorilla feet!
I’m hidin’ in the bushes—
I’m kinda sweatin’ in the heat,
And all I can hear
Is those gorilla feet.

chorus:
He’s got gorilla feet,
And when you hear them, you’d better run!
He’s got gorilla feet,
And here they come!

verse two:
I don’t know much about gorillas—
I come from Indiana,
And all I’m tryin’ to do
Is not look like a banana.
Oh, everybody tells me
Gorillas don’t like meat,
But who can say for sure
Just what a gorilla might eat?
Not me!

(repeat chorus)

verse three:
Suddenly I see ’em!
Oh, they’re so scary!
I look up his legs, his chest, his mouth.
He says, “Hi, my name’s Harry!”
Now he’s blowin’ through some bamboo
A tune that’s wild and so sweet.
There’s a tinglin’ in my toes,
And it’s movin’ through my feet!
Now I’m holdin’ hands with Harry!
Aah, the spell is complete!
Now we’re dancin’ through the jungle!
I’ve got gorilla feet!

(repeat chorus)

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AW, YUCKERS!

words and music by Dave Kinnoin
© 1987 Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

verse one:
Aw, Yuckers!
Guess I don’t get to play today.
Aw, Yuckers!
Guess the blues have their way today.
I woke up with a pain in my tummy.
I don’t like to complain, but I feel crummy.
Mama says it’s okay to say,
“Aw, Yuckers!”

verse two:
Aw, Yuckers!
Have to clean up my room right now.
Aw, Yuckers!
Hit my head on the broom—Ow!
I fell down with my tush in the cat box.
I felt something go “smoosh”.
It smells in that box.
It’s a wonderful day to say,
“Aw, Yuckers!”

bridge:
Not every dream turns out like it should.
Not every reason rhymes.
I gotta take the bad with the good,
But it makes me mad sometimes!

verse three:
Aw, Yuckers!
I do not want to try this food.
Aw, Yuckers!
Why does Dad have to buy this food?
If it touches my tongue, I’m gonna throw up.
Don’t you think I’m kinda young to have to grow up?
When I don’t get my way, I say,
(Everybody)
“Aw, Yuckers!”

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BABIES AND BUNNIES

words and music by Dave Kinnoin
© 1987 Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

verse one:
Babies and bunnies are soft, and they’re sweet.
Babies and bunnies have cute little feet.
They like to cuddle until the day ends.
Babies and bunnies make wonderful friends.

verse two:
Babies and bunnies have wiggly noses.
Maybe it helps them to find pretty roses.
They have two ears and two eyes just like me.
Babies and bunnies are something to see.

bridge:
They like to play peek-a-boo on the floor.
They like to say, “coochie coo,” and much more.
When we get sleepy, don’t laugh if we snore.
Babies and bunnies are friends I adore.

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SHAKE!

words and music by Dave Kinnoin
©1987 Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

verse one: 
Shake your arm.
C’mon and shake your arm.
Shake your arm.
C’mon and shake your arm.
Shake your arm.
C’mon and shake your arm.
Shake your arm with me!

verse two:
Shake your leg. (Please don’t make me beg!)

verse three:
Shake your knee. (Shake off every flea!)

verse four:
Shake your thighs. (I don’t care what size!)

verse five:
Shake your hips. (No, not your lips!)

verse six: 
Shake your bellybutton.

verse seven: 
Shake your fingers.

verse eight: 
Shake your toes. (oh, not your nose!)

verse nine: 
Shake your cheeks.

verse ten:
Shake your nose.

verse eleven:
Shake your whole body!

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CRICKET SONG

words and music by Dave Kinnoin
© 1987 Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

I have a little cricket,
And I love to click it.
It makes such a happy sound.
I dance around and sing.

Cricket, cricket, cricket…

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I’M JUST A LITTLE BITTY BABY

words and music by Dave Kinnoin
© 1987 Song Wizard Music (ASCAP)

verse one:
I’m just a little bitty baby.
I’ve got the little baby clothes.
I’m just a little bitty baby
From my little baby head
To my little baby toes.
I’m just a little baby kid.

verse two:
Oh, I’m just a little bitty baby.
I’ve got the little baby smile.
I’m just a little bitty baby,
But I’m only gonna be a little baby for a while.
I’m just a little baby kid!

bridge:
I’ve got the cute little baby nose.
I’ve got the cute little baby cheeks.
And I’ve got the cute little baby fingers.
(Only about this big, Mama!)
And I’ve got the cute little baby bellybutton.
And I’ve got the cute little baby elbows.
And I’ve got the cute little baby kneecaps.
(Just weensie little things!)
And I’m just a little baby kid!

verse three:
Oh, I’m just a little bitty baby.
I’ve got the little baby clothes.
I’m just a little bitty baby,
And I know the secret language
That every baby knows,
Like “Ga-Ga!”
And “Goo-Goo!”
And “Da-Da!”
And “Doo-Doo!”
I’m just a little baby.
I’m just a little…
I’m just a little baby kid.
Yeah!

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