Lyrics for Boca Beth’s “More BOCA BETH/Más BOCA BETH” CD


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“La canción tema de BOCA BETH/BOCA BETH Theme Song” (#1,#16 – Version One)

La canción tema de Boca Beth/Boca Beth Theme Song” (#1,#16)
Yo quiero hablar Español.
I want to speak Spanish.
¡Yo quiero hacerlo ahora!
I want to do it NOW!

Yo quiero hablar Inglés.
I want to speak English.
¡Yo quiero hacerlo ahora!
I want to do it NOW!

(repeat one more time)

“Sit Down, Stand Up, Walk, Stop / Sientese, parese, camine, pare”
(sung to “She’ll Be Coming Round the Mountain”)

Sientese, sientese, sit down.
Sientese, sientese, sit down.
Sientese means sit down,
Sientese means sit down.
Sientese, sientese, sit down!
Parese, parese, stand up.
Parese, parese, stand up.
Parese means stand up,
Parese means stand up.
Parese, parese, stand up!
Camine, camine, walk, walk.
Camine, camine, walk, walk.
Camine means walk,
Camine means walk.
Camine, camine, walk, walk!
Pare, pare, stop, stop.
Pare, pare, stop, stop.
Pare means stop,
Pare means stop.
Pare, pare, stop, stop!!

“Rappin’ the Spanish Alphabet / Rappin’ el alfabeto español”
(original beat)

Rappin’ the alphabet – echo back
The Spanish alphabet – echo back
Rappin the alphabet – echo back
Alfabeto Español – echo back
Ah, bay, say – echo back
Chay, day, ay – echo back
eFay, hay, ahchay – echo back
Ee, hota, kah – echo back
Lay, llay, may – echo back
Nay, ñay, oh – echo back
Pay, kooh, ray – echo back
Rray, esay, tay – echo back
Ooh, vay – echo back
(goes to only two sounds here)
Wwayooh, xquise – echo back
EeGriega, zaytah – echo back
Rappin the alphabet – echo back
The Spanish alphabet – echo back
Rappin the alphabet – echo back
Alfabeto Español – echo back
Repeat alphabet

“Singing The Months of the Year / Cantando los meses del año”
(sung to “Wheels on the Bus” )

I am singing the months of the year,
The months of the year, the months of the year.
I am singing the months of the year,
Sing them with me!
January is Enero,
Is Enero, is Enero
January is Enero,
Sing it with me!
February is Febrero,
Is Febrero, is Febrero
February is Febrero.
Cantalo conmigo!
March is Marzo,
Is Marzo, is Marzo.
March is Marzo,
Sing it with me!
April is Abril,
Is Abril, is Abril.
April is Abril,
Cantalo conmigo!
****Repeat first chorus after every four months is sung!

May is Mayo,
Is Mayo, is Mayo
May is Mayo,
Sing it with me!
June is Junio,
Is Junio, is Junio.
June is Junio,
Cantalo conmigo!
July is Julio,
Is Julio, is Julio.
July is Julio,
Sing it with me!
August is Agosto,
Is Agosto, is Agosto.
August is Agosto,
Cantalo conmigo!
****Repeat first chorus after every four months is sung!

September is Septiembre,
Is Septiembre, is Septiembre
Sptember is Septiembre,
Sing it with me!
October is Octubre,
Is Octubre, is Octubre.
October is Octubre,
Cantalo conmigo!
November is Noviembre,
Is Noviembre, is Noviembre.
November is Noviembre,
Sing it with me!
December is Diciembre,
Is Diciembre, is Diciembre.
December is Diciembre,
Cantalo conmigo!

****repeat first chorus to end song!

“Feelings / Sentimientos”
(sung to “London Bridge” )I am happy, Yo soy feliz
Yo soy feliz, Yo soy feliz.
I am happy, Yo soy feliz.
I smile when I’m happy!
I am sad, Yo soy triste
Yo soy triste, Yo soy triste.
I am sad, Yo soy triste.
I frown when I’m sad.
I am surprised, me sorprendio,
Me sorprendio, me sorprendio,
I am surprised, me sorprendio
I smile when I’m surprised.
I am scared, tengo miedo,
Tengo miedo, tengo miedo.
I am scared, tengo miedo.
I shake when I’m scared.
Repeat first verse of ‘happy!’

“Happy Birthday / Feliz cumpleaños”
(sung to the traditional birthday song)

Happy Birthday to you!
Happy Birthday to you!
Happy Birthday dear friend!
Happy Birthday to you!
Feliz cumpleaños a ti!
Feliz cumpleaños a ti!
Feliz cumpleaños querido amigo!
Feliz cumpleaños a ti!
How old are you?
How old are you?
How old are you?
How old are you?
Cuantos años tienes tú?
Cuantos años tienes tú?
Cuantos años tienes tú?
Cuantos años tienes tú?

“Counting Teens / Contando numeros”
(Original)

To do the calendar and have some fun
We need to count to 31.
Most of us know 1 through 10
So let’s begin at e-l-e-v-e-n!
Eleven is once – easy to say!
Once, once, eleven!
Twelve is doce – easy to say!
Doce, doce, twelve!
Thirteen is trece – easy to say!
Trece, trece, thirteen!
Fourteen is catorce – a bit more to say!
Catorce, catorce, fourteen!
Fifteen is quince – easy to say!
Quince, quince, fifteen!
Now the numbers get a little longer.
In Spanish we put them together.
You can do this! It’s easy, you’ll see!
Sing along and count with me!
Sixteen is dieciséis.
That’s 16,
Dieciséis!
Seventeen is diecisiete.
That’s 17,
Diecisiete!
Eighteen is dieciocho.
That’s 18,
Dieciocho!
Nineteen is diecinueve.
That’s 19,
Diecinueve!
Twenty is veinte – easy to say!
Veinte, veinte, twenty!
“I Love My Family / Quiero mi familia”
(sung to “B-I-N-G-O”)

I have a Mommy, she is great!
She is my mamá.
Mommy is mamá
Mommy is mamá
Mommy is mamá
I love my Mommy!

I have a Daddy, he is great!
He is my papá.
Daddy is papá
Daddy is papá
Daddy is papá
I love my Daddy!

I have a sister, she is great!
She is my hermana.
Sister is hermana
Sister is hermana
Sister is hermana
I love my sister!

I have a brother, he is great!
He is my hermano.
Brother is hermano
Brother is hermano
Brother is hermano
I love my brother!

I have a Grandma, she is great!
She is my abuela.
Grandma is Abuela
Grandma is Abuela
Grandma is Abuela
I love my Grandma!

I have a Grandpa, he is great!
He is my Abuelo.
Grandpa is Abuelo
Grandpa is Abuelo
Grandpa is Abuelo
I love my Grandpa!

“Counting Twenties / Contando numeros”
(original)To get to 30 we add once again.
When you hear “i” it means add!
Counting in Spanish is lots of fun!
We’ll soon be to 31!
Twenty-one is veintiuno.
That’s 21,
Veintiuno.
Twenty-two is veintidós.
That’s 22,
Veintidós.
Twenty-three is veintitrés.
That’s 23,
Veintitrés.
Twenty-four is veinticuatro.
That’s 24,
Veinticuatro.
Twenty-five is veinticinco.
That’s 25,
Veinticinco.
Doesn’t it seem like it will never end?
Vamos – come on! Don’t give in!
You can do it! I know you can!
Vamos – come on! Don’t give in!
Twenty-six is veintiséis.
That’s 26,
Veintiséis.
Twenty-seven is veintisiete.
That’s 27,
Veintisiete.
Twenty-eight is veintiocho.
That’s 28,
Veintiocho.
Twenty-nine is veintinueve.
That’s 29,
Veintinueve.
Now we’re at 30, it’s easy again!
We have counted way past 10!
Counting in Spanish is lots of fun!
We’re almost to 31!
Thirty is treinta – easy to say!
Treinta, treinta, thirty!
Thirty-one is trienta y uno.
That’s 31,
Treinta y uno.
To do the calendar and have some fun
We needed to count to 31!
I’m so proud of you – you stuck with it!
You did it! You did it! You really did it!

“Opposites / Opuestos”
(sung to “One, Two, Buckle My Shoe”)

Sing opposites in Spanish & English
Canta en Español e Inglés
Sing with me! It’s easy, you’ll see!
¡Canta conmigo! ¡Es fácill, verás!
Sí es yes, yes is sí.
No es no, no is no.
SI – NO! YES – NO!
Singing opposites!
Repeat chorus
Arriba es up, up is arriba.
Abajo es down, down is abajo.
ARRIBA – ABAJO! UP – DOWN!
Singing opposites!
Repeat chorus
Día es day, day is día.
Noche es night, night is noche.
DIA – NOCHE! DAY – NIGHT!
Singing opposites!
Repeat chorus
Grande es big, big is grande.
Pequeño es small, small is pequeño.
GRANDE – PEQUEÑO! BIG – SMALL!
Singing opposites!

Repeat Chorus

“Singing The Seasons / Cantando las estaciones”
(sung to “I’ve Been Working on the Railroad”)The Seasons of the year are fun to learn
When I’m singing along.
The Seasons of the year are fun to learn
When I’m singing along.
Can you sing Primavera?
It is Spring when you sing.
Can you sing Primavera?
Spring is what I sing!
Primavera, Primavera,
Primavera is S-P-R-I-N-G!
Primavera, Primavera,
Primavera is Spring!
The Seasons of the year are fun to learn
When I’m singing along.
The Seasons of the year are fun to learn
When I’m singing along.
Can you sing Verano?
It is Summer when you sing.
Can you sing Verano?
Summer is what I sing!
Verano, Verano,
Verano is S-U-M-M-E-R!
Verano, Verano,
Verano is Summer!
(Repeat chorus)
Can you sing Otoño?
It is Fall when you sing.
Can you sing Otoño?
Fall is what I sing!
Otoño, Otoño,
Otoño is F-A-L-L!
Otoño, Otoño,
Otoño is Fall!
(Repeat Chorus)
Can you sing Invierno?
It is Winter when you sing.
Can you sing Invierno?
Winter is what I sing!
Invierno, Invierno,
Invierno is W-I-N-T-E-R!
Invierno, Invierno,
Invierno is Winter!

“Vowel Sounds / Los sonidos de las vocales”
(sung to “Alouette”)

A, E, I, O, U
A, E, I, O, U
A, E, I, O, U
A, E, I, O, U (Spanish pronunciation)
I know my vowel sounds – children echo it back
In Spanish – children echo it back
I know them – echo it back
A, E, I, O, U
A, E, I, O, U
A, E, I, O, U
A, E, I, O, U (English pronunciation)
Yo sé mis vocales – children echo it back
En Inglés – children echo it back
Yo los sé – children echo it back

“I Know My Shapes / Yo sé mis formas”
(tune of “Mary Had A Little Lamb”)

A circle is rolling by,
Rolling by, rolling by.
A circle is rolling by,
Circle is círculo.
A circle is círculo,
Círculo, círculo.
A circle is círculo,
I know my shapes!

A square is walking by,
Walking by, walking by
A square is walking by,
A square is a cuadrado.
A square is a cuadrado,
Cuadrado, cuadrado.
A square is a cuadrado,
¡Yo sé mis formas!

A rectangle is hopping by,
Hopping by, hopping by.
A rectangle is hopping by,
A rectangle is a rectángulo.
A rectangle is a rectángulo
A rectángulo, a rectángulo.
A rectangle is a rectángulo
I know my shapes!

A triangle is dancing by,
Dancing by, dancing by.
A triangle is dancing by,
A triangle is a triángulo.
A triangle is a triángulo,
A triángulo, a triángulo.
A triangle is a triángulo,
¡Yo sé mis formas!

An oval is flying by,
Flying by, flying by.
An oval is flying by,
An oval is an óvalo.
An oval is an óvalo,
An óvalo, an óvalo.
An oval is an óvalo,
I know my shapes!

“What Time Is It?/¿ Qué hora es ?”
(sung to “Are You Sleeping?”)

(chorus)
What time is it?
¿ Qué hora es ?
I need to know!
¡ Tengo que saber !
It is eight o’clock.
Son las ocho.
Time for breakfast!
¡ Hora de desayunar !
Repeat chorus
It is twelve o’clock.
Son las doce.
Time for lunch!
¡ Hora de almorzar !
Repeat chorus
It is six thirty.
Son las seis y media.
Time for dinner!
¡ Hora de cenar !

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