Amy Elizabeth Wheeler / Jaroslaw Lipski
WHERE THE BEE SUCKS
By: Amy Elizabeth Wheeler / Jaroslaw Lipski
Catalog ID: 246284   Duration: 0:47   Tempo: Fast   BPM: 151   Vocal: Female Vocals
Genre: Classical Music | Classical | Renaissance (Period: 1400 - 1600)
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From Shakespeare’s “The tempest”, this catchy little tune has brilliant lyrics which capture the charm of living right in the heart of mother nature herself. Performed with female vocal and theorbo. Perfect for CD compilations, ad campaigns for natural products.   Keywords: upbeat children’s songs animal songs Renaissance songs magical inventive summertime colourful lively



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Lyrics:
Where the bee sucks there suck I
In a cowslips bell I lie.
There I couch where owls do cry on a bat's back I do fly
After summer merrily.
Merrily, merrily shall I live now
Under the blossom that hangs on the bough.
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