Animal Songbook

Animal Songbook
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This book contains songs loved by many generations. Children and adults who like animals will enjoy singing about "a big grizzly bear," “a little brown dog," "three little pigs," and many more. Arranged for voice and piano with guitar chords.


  • Ah, Poor Bird
  • All The Pretty Little Horses
  • Alouette
  • Animal Crackers
  • Animal Fair, The
  • At The Zoo
  • Bill Groggins' Goat
  • Billy Barlow
  • Birmingham Bull
  • Blow, Ye Winds, Westerly
  • Blue-Tail Fly, The
  • Boll Weevil, The
  • Boothbay Whale, The
  • Bulldog And The Bullfrog, The
  • Cat Came Back, The
  • Chivalrous Shark, The
  • Crawdad
  • Cuckoo
  • Cuckoo Is A Funny Bird, The
  • Dance To Your Daddy
  • Election In Jungle Town, The
  • Fox, The
  • Froggie Went A-Courting
  • Get Along, Little Dogies
  • Go Tell Aunt Rhody
  • Gray Gooose, The
  • Great Silkie, The
  • Greenland Fisheries, The
  • Grizzly Bear
  • Ground Hog
  • Grover The Rover
  • Hoosen Johnny
  • Horse Names Bill, A
  • Hush, Little Baby
  • I Had A Rooster
  • I Ride An Old Paint
  • Kangaro, The
  • Keeper, The
  • Kookaburra
  • Leatherwing Bat, The
  • Little Brown Dog, The
  • Long Legged Birds
  • Mi Caballo Blanco
  • Mister Rabbit
  • My Dame Had A Lame Tame Crane
  • Night-Herding Song
  • Old Blue
  • Old Gray Mare, The
  • Old Rattler
  • Old Woman Who Swallowed A Fly, The
  • Ox-Driving Song, The
  • Pop Goes The Weasel
  • Sow Got The Measles, The
  • Stewball
  • Strawberry Roan, The
  • Tam Pierce
  • Three Little Pigs
  • Turkey In The Straw
  • Turtle Dove, The
  • Tyger, The
  • Who Did Swallow Jonah?
  • Why Shouldn't My Goose


Product IDCOBS012600569
Editor/Arranger Silverman, Jerry
Instrumentation Voice & Piano - with Guitar Chord Boxes
Publisher Bay (Mel) Publications Inc
Publisher Ref No 94557
Language Eng
Media Book
No of Pages114

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