Kids love to learn about birds. What better way than a song? Here's an educational song about one of the most beautiful birds in North America, the painted bunting. Children will learn about the colors, habitat, nesting habits and predators of this rare bird. Melodically sweet, catchy tune! Childrens Vocals, Childrens, English Vocals
Description: Kids love to learn about birds. What better way than a song? Here's an educational song about one of the most beautiful birds in North America, the painted bunting. Children will learn about the colors, habitat, nesting habits and predators of this rare bird. Melodically sweet, catchy tune!
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Use Restrictions: Use in pornographic, x-rated, sexually stimulating or similar productions prohibited Use in products or commercial advocating or advertising use of illegal drugs or tobacco prohibited Use in satan-worship, devil worship, anti-religion or similar extreme productions prohibited Use in products or productions advocating racial, sexual or similar discrimination or bias prohibited Use in productions featuring violence, gore, torture or similar mayhem prohibited
Styles: 2010s (MMX), Choral / Choir, Documentary, Family / After School, Family / Children, Family / Toddler, Road Trip, Rural / Country, School / Education, Science
Lyrical Topics: Birds, Children, Forest, Morning, Spring
CHORUS: Red and yellow, green and blue Painted Bunting, I love you! Blue and yellow, red and green The prettiest bird in the Florida spring. (repeat)
Every day I’m watching; every day I wait I fill up my feeder with birdie bait I watch in the morning and late afternoon Maybe he’ll come if I whistle a tune. (whistle) (CHORUS)
I’ve got my camera ready; Holdin’ it still Perchin’ my chin on the windowsill. Hopin’ and a-prayin’, could this be the day? Lord, won’t you send a painted bunting my way? (CHORUS)
Deep in the hammock, she’s building her nest Lord, preserve us from the parasite pest! Four speckled eggs will soon be hatched But for one greedy cowbird, they are no match!
BRIDGE: Mrs. Cowbird, don’t come near! Do not lay your eggs in here! Leave the bunting’s nest alone Don’t be lazy! Build a nest of your own.
Daddy is a rainbow; Mommy is plain He’s so flamboyant, you’d think he’d be vain. But be he humble, or be he proud, When he flashes his feathers, you just gotta say WOW! (CHORUS)
Extended Keywords: hope pray Lord hammock nest brood parasite pest speckled eggs hungry cowbird lay eggs lazy personal and family responsibility hatch rainbow plain flamboyant vain vanity humble proud flashy wow aviary zoo tree children's folk music about birds whistling violin guitar