A peppy, delightful song for parents to use with their children during potty training. Highly motivational and educational, this tune deals with digestion, hand-washing, training pants, & accidents. Longer version teaches "big words" for body functions. Shorter version omits them. Female Vocals, Childrens, Childrens English
Track Summary Music Track Title: The Potty Training Song W/ Kids Background Vocals Catalog ID: 402216 ISRC: US5UL1024035
Description: A peppy, delightful song for parents to use with their children during potty training. Highly motivational and educational, this tune deals with digestion, hand-washing, training pants, & accidents. Longer version teaches "big words" for body functions. Shorter version omits them.
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Extended Properties Duration: 3:08
Arrangement: Chorus, Childrens Instruments: Accordion, Horns, Synthesizer, Vocals, Choir, Piccolo, Mezzo Soprano Voice Vocal Mix: Female Vocals Language: English
Use Restrictions: Use in pornographic, x-rated, sexually stimulating or similar productions prohibited Use in products or productions advocating racial, sexual or similar discrimination or bias prohibited
My daddy feeds me yummy food; My mom gives me a drink I chew my food and swallow it and then it starts to sink Down deep inside my tummy, but it doesn’t disappear It travels through my body and then comes right out the rear.
CHORUS: Tinkle Tinkle, Mama likes to hear Tinkle Tinkle, sittin’ on my potty chair. Tinkle tinkle. Tinkle tink kerPLOP! Everybody’s laughin’! Mom and Dad are clappin’ I just made it happen, Tinkle Tinkle Tink kerPLOP!
When I was teeny tiny, a diaper’s what I wore But now that I am older, I won’t need them anymore. My dad will buy me training pants; He says I’m getting big. Mommy’s so excited, she and Grandpa danced a jig. (SING CHORUS)
After I go potty, I wipe carefully and flush Then over to the sink to wash myself; I never rush. I swish the soap between my hands; I’ve got to kill those germs. Grandma says my fingers are her little wiggleworms. (SING CHORUS)
Little boys go standing up, but girls go sitting down. And if I have an accident, I’ll chase away that frown. For if at first you don’t succeed, then try again, don’t scream. Just thank the Lord for Clorox, and for your washin’ machine. (SING CHORUS)
Extended Keywords: family joy working together to train tinkle ker-plop elimination urinate defecate void bladder joyful encouraging happy laughing clapping making it happen little big diaper growing out of diapers older getting big jig wipe carefully flush sink hand washing methods for children kill germs fingers wiggle worms wiggleworms boys go standing up girls go sitting down frown smile if at first you don't succeed try try again Clorox washing machine