Kate Carpenter
LIVIN' IN OKEFENOKEE
By: Kate Carpenter
Catalog ID: 425064   Duration: 3:19   Tempo: Med Fast   BPM: 140   Vocal: Female Vocals
Genre: Childrens Music | Children singing | English
Social Media Link: http://www.audiosparx.com/sa/archive/Childrens/Children-Singing-English/Livin-In-Okefenokee/425064
Looking for a swamp song? Look no further! Complete with animal names and sounds, this track will transport you to a nature wonderland of the South. Educational, catchy and singable, you'll be wah-wah-ing along in no time! Use this song with puppets and make up your own actions.   Keywords: Okefenokee Alligator Raccoon Loblolly Litter-Free Mud Fish Turtle Cypress Knees Frog Sandhill Crane Lizard Skink Black Bear Environment Ecology Boardwalk Canoe



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