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Old Posted: 16-01-2009 , 08:13 PM #1
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Default Song (for kids) - The 3 R's (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle)

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Old Posted: 20-01-2009 , 09:16 PM #2
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Sorry Chris but that's one annoying song!
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Old Posted: 20-01-2009 , 09:26 PM #3
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Hi kiara,

I suppose some kids might like it. It's what the Germans call an "ear-worm" -- catchy but annoying. You'll be hearing it in your head for hours, believe me. I think it sounds a bit like Billy Joel's "We didn't start the fire." Now THAT is an annoying song!

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Old Posted: 20-01-2009 , 09:56 PM #4
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Ha ha yes ear-worm sounds about right but I suppose the fact that it's catchy serves is the important bit, I'm sure my 3 year old would love it but I won't be teaching it to her anytime soon lol! Although I'm getting her into the reuse part anyway anytime I tell her something is too small/ask if she still needs something etc... she say's 'a small girl on jumbletown might like it!'
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Ha ha yes ear-worm sounds about right but I suppose the fact that it's catchy serves is the important bit, I'm sure my 3 year old would love it but I won't be teaching it to her anytime soon lol! Although I'm getting her into the reuse part anyway anytime I tell her something is too small/ask if she still needs something etc... she say's 'a small girl on jumbletown might like it!'
That's great to hear, kiara. You are obviously setting a very good example for your wee girl. Start 'em young, start 'em young...

Well done and thanks for the feedback.

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