This educational song, created on the synthesizer with a rock-n'-roll beat with steel drums & shakers mixed in, teaches children about our planets, singing the praises of each one! An excellent teaching tool for preschool through elementary school, making each planet special and unforgettable. Female Vocals, Childrens, Childrens English
Track Summary Music Track Title: The Planets Catalog ID: 413750 ISRC: US5UL1034774
Description: This educational song, created on the synthesizer with a rock-n'-roll beat with steel drums & shakers mixed in, teaches children about our planets, singing the praises of each one! An excellent teaching tool for preschool through elementary school, making each planet special and unforgettable.
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Extended Properties Duration: 2:40
Tempo: Med Slow
Arrangement: Band / Ensemble Instruments: Computer, Steel drums, Synthesizer, Shaker Vocal Mix: Female Vocals Language: English
Album: Fern, the Stars and the Planets
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
The Planets! I was thinking of the planets, Up in the Milky Way, From Mercury to Pluto, So very far away!
I thought, if I could have one, To be my very own, Which planet would I choose, From outer space’s zone? Planets big, & Planets small, Flying ‘round the sun, I think they’re really neat, Each and every one! If I chose Mercury, It’d be so very hot! But then again, there’s Venus, It’s such a shiny spot!
Of course, there is the Earth, With valleys, hills & streams And Mars with it’s color red, That gave us lots of dreams! (REFRAIN) Maybe I’d pick Jupiter, The biggest one you know, But then I thought of Saturn, With it’s rings all aglow!
I like blue-green Uranus, As it rotates on its’ side, And Neptune’s sure exciting, With it’s winds blowing wide! (REFRAIN) Finally, there’s Pluto, It’s the coldest, and it’s small, Very, very far away, A teeny, tiny ball!
I simply can’t decide, Which planet should be mine, I guess that I will share them, Since they’re all so very fine!!
Extended Keywords: A lesson put to music becomes unforgettable, and this is what this song is all about. Any teacher discussing the topic of space will find this song to be the perfect tool to help their students remember the names and attributes of all of our beautiful planets. Perfect for Preschool through Elementary School, this can be used for lessons, creative/dramatic play, art classes, space productions, planetariums, observatories, NASA Space Camp for children, children's science museums, after school music for families, fun, interesting, thought-provoking and educational. Excellent for Television Vocals, Film Vocals, Radio, Cartoons, Science shows and Video Games. Parents, Teachers, Children and Grandparents will all enjoy this