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Listen & Learn Music was created by board-certified music therapist and singer/songwriter Rachel Rambach. The songs in this collection are meant to help children of all ages and abilities learn and grow through music.

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Track Name: My D-O-G
D – O – G, my D – O – G,
My dog’s a part of my family.
I take her for walks, we run and play,
She’s by my side, every single day.
D – O – G, my D – O – G,
My dog’s a part of my family.

People ask me questions, like
“What’s your dog’s name?”
And this is what I say: __________
They also want to know:
“What kind of dog do you have?”
So I answer in this way: __________

D – O – G, my D – O – G,
My dog’s a part of my family.
I give her water, food, and toys,
When she barks, she makes so much noise.
D – O – G, my D – O – G,
My dog’s a part of my family.

People ask me questions, like
“How old is your dog?”
And this is what I say: __________
They also want to know:
“Can I pet your dog?”
So I answer in this way: __________

D – O – G, my D – O – G,
My dog’s a part of my family.
I teach her tricks like how to shake,
We take her swimming in the lake,
D – O – G, my D – O – G,
My dog’s a part of my family.
Track Name: My C-A-T
C - A - T, my C - A - T,
My cat’s a part of my family.
She has such soft and pretty fur,
I love to hear her meow and purr.
C - A - T, my C - A - T,
My cat’s a part of my family.

People ask me questions, like
“What’s your cat’s name?”
And this is what I say: __________
They also want to know,
“What kind of cat do you have?”
So I answer in this way: __________

C - A - T, my C - A - T,
My cat’s a part of my family.
I give her water, food, and toys,
Luckily, she doesn’t make much noise.
C - A - T, my C - A - T,
My cat’s a part of my family.

People ask me questions, like
“How old is your cat?”
And this is what I say: __________
They also want to know,
“Can I pet your cat?”
So I answer in this way: __________

C - A - T, my C - A - T,
My cat’s a part of my family.
She likes to chase her toy mouse,
‘Round and ‘round and ‘round the house.
C - A - T, my C - A - T,
My cat’s a part of my family.
Track Name: In the Jungle...
In the jungle, the mighty jungle
The parrot sings tonight,
In the jungle, the mighty jungle
The parrot sings tonight.

In the swamp, the mighty swamp
The alligator sings tonight,
In the swamp, the mighty swamp
The alligator sings tonight.

In the forest, the might forest
The bear sings tonight,
In the forest, the might forest
The bear sings tonight.

In the farm, the mighty farm
The lamb sings tonight,
In the farm, the mighty farm
The lamb sings tonight.

In the backyard, the mighty backyard
The rabbit sings tonight,
In the backyard, the mighty backyard
The rabbit sings tonight.

In the house, the mighty house
The cat sings tonight,
In the house, the mighty house
The cat sings tonight.
Track Name: Mammals in the Water
Ooh, mammals – they’re everywhere.
You and I are mammals, we have hair and breathe air.
So are lots of animals you’d find at the zoo,
And even some that live in the water, too!

MAH, MAH, MAH…MANATEES!
They live in the water and they swim so slow,
They’re gray in color and eat plants, you know.
Manatees are gentle even though they’re really big,
With their flippers and their tail and snout (like a pig).
Mah, mah, mah.

NAH, NAH, NAH…NARWHALS!
They travel through the sea; their long tusk leads the way,
They eat fish and shrimp and squid all day.
Narwhals are a special kind of whale,
They swim in groups and their bodies are pale.
Nah, nah, nah.

WAH, WAH, WAH…WALRUSES!
They live in the Arctic, on the ice so cold,
But their blubber on their body keeps them warm, I’m told.
Walruses have whiskers and tusks so long,
Their bodies are brown and huge and strong.
Wah, wah, wah.

SAH, SAH, SAH…SEALS!
They live both on land and in the sea,
And their whiskers help them find lots of fish to eat.
Seals can be black, or gray, or brown,
And they make a funny grunting sound.
Sah, sah, sah.

Ooh, mammals – they’re everywhere.
Just like us, these animals have hair and breathe air.
But they don’t live in a house or at the zoo,
Mammals live in the water, too!
Track Name: Three Rockin' Birds
He rocks in the treetop, all day long,
Hoppin' and a boppin' and a singin' its song.
All the little birdies on jaybird street
Love to hear the robin go tweet, tweet, tweet.

Rockin' robin! (Tweet, tweet, tweet.)
Rockin' robin! (Tweet, tweet, tweet.)
Go rockin' robin 'cause you're
Really gonna rock tonight.

All the little swallows, all the chickadees,
All the little birds in the tall oak trees.
The wise old owl, the big black crow,
Flappin' their wings, singin' "go bird, go!"

Rockin' robin! (Tweet, tweet, tweet.)
Rockin' robin! (Tweet, tweet, tweet.)
Go rockin' robin 'cause you're
Really gonna rock tonight.

Don't worry about a thing,
Because every little thing
Is gonna be alright.

Rise up this morning,
Smile with the rising sun.
Three little birds perch on my doorstep.
Singin' sweet songs,
Of melodies pure and true,
Singin' "this is my message to you."

Don't worry about a thing,
Because every little thing
Is gonna be alright.

One of those birds,
Its name was _______
And it made a pretty tweeting sound.
Singin' sweet songs,
Of melodies pure and true,
Singin' "this is my message to you."

Don't worry about a thing,
Because every little thing
Is gonna be alright.

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