Judy Cook

Judy Cook

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Unique - Children | Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Total Song Plays: 4,673   
Member Since: 2005
   Last Login: 7/12/2021

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118

Song Description

In school children start using a dictionary by the second grade. Older children like to learn the words to the song and sing-a-long

Story Behind the Song

I like to have a dictionary beside me when I'm reading

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Lyrics

If you fell into a dictionary
It might seem very scary
But don't you worry if you do
You just might find you'd learn a new word or two

Well I fell into a dictionary
At first it was very scary
Now I have a different point of view
You see it helped me to learn a new word or two

Words raining down around my head
So many words I've never read
Where have I been
I've never seen
So many words I don't understand
Look at all these words Oh
Look at all these words Oh

Learning a new word is always
Something good to do
Helps you to express yourself and
Get your message through

Falling into a dictionary
Doesn't have to be too scary
Increase your vocabulary
Learning something new

If you fell into a dictionary
It might seem very scary
But don't you worry if you do
You just might find you'd learn a new word or two

Well I fell into my dictionary
At first it was very scary
Now I have a different point of view
You see it helped me to learn a new word or two

Words swirling round and round my brain
So many words I can't explain
Where have I been?
I've never seen
So many words I don't understand

Look at all these words Oh-oh
Look at all these words Oh


Words and music by Judy Cook
registered with socan

Song Length
2:50
Genres
Unique - Children, Unique - General
Lead Vocal
Duet Male/Female

Subject Matter
General

Language
English

Lyric Credits Judy Cook
Music Credits Judy Cook
Producer Credits Judy Cook Hal Brolund Dan Donahue
Publisher Credits independent
Performance Credits Judy Cook Hal Brolund and Wayne Posnick (Mr. Mark)