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FORM: rhythm: ABCD - pitches: ABaC
KEY SIGNATURE: G Major
TIME SIGNTURE: 4/4
METRE/ PULSE: 4
Do Your Ears Hang Low?
[Tune: Turkey in the Straw, refrain]
Do your ears hang low, do they waggle to and fro?
Can you tie them in a knot, can you tie them is a bow?
Can you throw them o’re your shoulder like a continental soldier?
Do your ears hang low?
Do your ears stick out, can you waggle them about?
Can you flap them up and down as you fly around the town?
Can you shut them up for sure when you hear an awful bore?
Do your ears stick out?
Do your ears stand high, do they reach up to the sky?
Do they hang down when they’re wet, do they stand up when they’re dry?
Can you semaphore your neighbor with the minimum of labor?
Do your ears stand high?
Presented by Celia Purvis!!!
MADE BY CELIA PURVIS!!! 13/06/2013
DO YOUR EARS HANG LOW
Mi Fa So La Do Re Mi
| ta ta ta ti ti | ta/a ta/a | ti ti ti ti ta ti ti | ti ti ti ri ti ti ti ti ti |
notes: dotted half, half, quarter, eighth, sixteenth; pickup beat, arpeggio
+ The song "do your ears hang low," was based on "Turkey in the Straw."
+ People think that "ears" in the song, is referred to the ears of a hound dog.
+ The origin of this folksong is unknown but it was believed to be sung by soldiers in the civil war.
During "do your ears hang low" all the verses repeat themselves at least once but all the verses change the meaning, for example in verse on it says do your ears hang low but in verse two they ask if your ears stick out.
In "do your ears hang low," there is only steps and no leaps.