Alice, Where Are You Going?

by Acoustic Breezes-Rahel

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Alice - Traditional Camp Song Alice, where are you going? Upstairs to take a bath. Alice, with legs like toothepicks, And a neck like a giraffe Alice, got in the bathroom Pulled out the plug and then Oh my goodness, bless my soul There goes Alice down the hole! Alice, where are you going? Glub, glub, gurgle!
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Heartfoam 00:30
Heartfoam - Sir William Schwenk Gilbert English, Comedic and satirical writer,, dramatist and librettist (1836-1911) Oh to be wafted away, From this black Aceldama of sorrow Where the dust of an earthly today Is the earth of a dusty tomorrow
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The Three Bears Once upon a time in a wee little forest there were three bears. One was a papa bear, and one was a mama bear and one was a wee bear. Now one day as they were walkin’ through the deep woods and talkin’ Came a little girl with blonde hair Her name was Goldilocks and upon the door she knocks but no-one was there. So she walked right in and she had herself a ball – she didn’t care! When home, home, home came the three bears… “Someone’s been eating my porridge,” said the papa bear. “Someone’s been eating my porridge,” said the mama bear. Then “baba-ree-bear,” said the little wee bear. “Someone has broken my chair!” – CRASH! Just then Goldilocks woke up, broke up the party, beat it out of there. “Bye, bye, bye,” said the papa bear. “Good-bye, bye,” said the mama bear. Then “baba-ree-bear,” said the little wee bear. So ends the story of the three bears.
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Chinese Honeymoon On our Chinese honeymoon in the merry month of June. Just you and I together, where the honeysuckle bloom. We’ll buy a toy balloon and sail up to the moon. In the land of tea and roses, on our Chinese honeymoon.
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The Ball Game Take me out to the ball game. Take me out to the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and crackerjacks. I don’t care if I never get back so it’s root, root, root for the home team. If they don’t win it’s a shame. For it’s 1-2-3 strikes your out, At the old ball game Take me out to the ball game take me out To the crowd buy me some Peanuts and crackerjacks I don’t care If I never get back so it’s root, root, root for The home team if they don’t Win it’s a shame for it’s one Two, three strikes you’re out At the old ball game…
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The Horse 02:23
The Horse The horse – by our class. The horse is an animal; It has three ears; one here, one here, and… The horse – by our class. The horse is an animal; It has two ears; one here and one here; It has three eyes; one here, one here, and…
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Infant Joy 00:55
Infant Joy I have no name; I am but one day old. “What shall I call thee?” I happy am, Joy is my name. “Sweet Joy befall thee.” Pretty Joy; sweet Joy but two days old. Sweet Joy I call thee. Thou doest smile; I sing the while. Sweet Joy befall thee.
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My Pretty Maid Where are you going to my pretty maid? Where are you going to my pretty maid? “I’m going a milking, sir”, she said, “Sir,” she said, “Sir,” she said, “I’m going a milking, sir,” she said. May I come with you my pretty maid? May I come with you my pretty maid? “Yes, if you please, kind sir,” she said, “Sir,” she said, “Sir,” she said, “Yes, if you please, kind sir,” she said. What is your fortune my pretty maid? What is your fortune my pretty maid? “My fate is my fortune, sir,” she said, “Sir,” she said, “Sir,” she said, “My fate is my fortune, sir,” she said. Then I can’t marry you my pretty maid. Then I can’t marry you my pretty maid. “Nobody asked you, sir,” she said, “Sir,” she said, “Sir,” she said, “Nobody asked you, sir,” she said.
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Windy Nights 02:35
Windy Nights Whenever the moon and stars are set Whenever the wind is high All night long in the dark and wet A man comes riding by Late in the night when the fires are out Why does he gallop and gallop about Whenever the trees are crying aloud And ships are tossed at sea By on the highway low and loud By at the gallop goes he By at the gallop he goes and then By he comes back at the gallop again
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Pack She Back Pack she back to she ma Oh I pack she back to she ma Such a lazy girl like Jessie Malone I pack she back to she ma A pretty little girl like Jessie Malone She lazy since she born The girl wouldn’t cook She wouldn’t read a book So I pack she back to she ma

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A Musical Tribute to Great Art and Literature
Sing the timeless words of Benjamin Britten, Sir William S. Gilbert, William Blake and Robert Louis Stevenson. This musical tribute to some great literary and musical talents will inspire further exploration of eras past yet not forgotten. A marvelous way to stimulate and inspire research, movement, art projects, poetry, songwriting, and storytelling.

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released April 28, 2020

© 2009 Rahel (Ann R. Silverman-Limor); Betsy Rosenberg
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

Vocals & Flute: Betsy Rosenberg
Guitar, Vocals & Percussion: Rahel (Ann R. Silverman-Limor)
Vocals & Synthesizer: Gilead Limor

Engineered by Gilead Limor
Recorded 1986 in Jerusalem, Israel
Drawing of Alice: Eli Preis
Graphic Design: Jim McClure, Betsy's Folly Studios, Lyndeborough, NH
www.betsysfolly.com

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