Judy Cook

Judy Cook

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Unique - Children | Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: 7/12/2021

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Song Description

Part of a musical for children that played festivals across Canada for 10 years

Story Behind the Song

Educational and Fun

Playlists this song is on:

Repeat after me...Dinosaurs! Dinosaurs! Dinosaurs! Dinosaurs!

Tyrannosaurus Rex! Tyrannosaurus Rex!

Tyrannosaurus Rex - He was king of 'em all
Seven Tons of carnivore and 30 feet tall
He was a cold-blooded killer - He liked to eat flesh...
You wouldn't want to mess with Mr. T Rex!

Pachycephalosaurus! Pachycephalosaurus!

Pachycephalosaurus would get in a rage
And have head buttin' fights in the Cretaceous age.
He was a thickheaded lizard, lived a long time before us,
Head Banger! Pachycephalosaurus!

Triceratops Triceratops

Startin' at the bottom of Triceratops
You gotta look a long way 'cause his body never stops!
Nine meters from his tail to the horns on his face
A knight in shining armor of the dinosaur race.

Parasaurolophus! Parasaurolophus!

Parasaurolophus had a tubular crest
On top of his head which made him different from the rest
Of his dinosaur friends who knew he was around
When he blew his own horn to make a bellowing sound.

Pteranadon! Pteranadon!
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? It's Pteranadon!
His leathery wings measured thirty feet long.
This prehistoric fisherman would sail on the wind
Then dive and scoop up anything scaled or finned.

Apatasaurus Apatasaurus

If you hear the pitter-patter of apatosaurus feet,
It really doesn't matter 'cause he doesn't eat meat.
He eats plants and travels in a herd
If you want to say his name apatasaurus is the word

Stegasaurus Stegasaurus

You can tell a Stegosaurus from the plates on his back.
And the spikes on his tail kept him safe from attack.
At Jurassic Elementary he'd never make the grade
'Cause a Stegosaurus brain was the smallest ever made

Let's sing them all:







Tyrannosaurus Rex
Tyrannosaurus Rex

And now you know the names of some...

Dinosaurs Dinosaurs!
Dinosaurs! Dinosaurs!

Song Length
Unique - Children, Spoken Word - Poetry
Tempo / Feel
Tempo Undefined
Lead Vocal
Mixed Vocals
Glad, In High Spirits

Subject Matter
Dinosaurs, Earth

2000 and later

Lyric Credits Cook-Nosaty-Hunter
Music Credits Cook-Nosaty-Hunter
Producer Credits Moon Tango/Canadian Content Theatre
Performance Credits Cook-Nosaty-Hunter
Label Credits independent