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Ba Ba Bones, is a popular children's dance song that introduces body parts and that our bones are the framework that keep us together. Physical Ed DVD: http://store.learningstationmusic.com/physicaled1.aspx
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"Ba Ba Bones"
From the CD and DVD, "Physical Ed"
©Monopoli/The Learning Station

Action: Touch the part of the body the lyrics refer to and sing along with verses and choruses.

"Sometimes you find small bones while you're digging. Sometimes you see big bones all connected in a museum, or sometimes by themselves. The reason why we're singing about bones is because that's the framework that keeps us together. That's why we stand straight and tall and proud and that's why we sing this song." The toe bone's connected to the foot bone. The foot bone's connected to the ankle bone. The ankle bone's connected to the shin bone. The shin bone's connected to the knee bone.

Chorus: We got so many parts and so many sections. We need the bones to make the connections. Ba, ba, ba, ba, ba, ba, ba, bones. ( Ba, ba, ba, ba, ba, ba, ba, bones.) 2xWe got so many parts and so many sections. We need the bones to make the connections. The knee bone's connected to the thigh bone. The thigh bone's connected to the hip bone. The hip bone's connected to the back bone. The back bone's connected to the chest bones. Repeat Chorus

The chest bone's connected to the shoulder bone. The shoulder bone's connected to the arm bone. The arm bone's connected to the wrist bone. The wrist bone's connected to the hand bone.

Repeat Chorus The neck bone's connected to the head bone. The head bone's connected to the nose bone. (That's cartilage!) Well, how about the ear bone. (That's cartilage too!) "We have more parts than I thought!" Repeat Chorus

"That's right, you got to keep your bones real healthy and real strong. You got to make sure you get enough calcium because that's the framework of your body to stay real healthy. Keep your teeth real strong and healthy too."

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