Rise And Shine

Words & Music:

Traditional

 

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The Lord said to Noah, "There's gonna be a floody, floody."

The Lord said to Noah, "There's gonna be a floody, floody."

Get those children (clap!) out of the muddy, muddy!

A        E      A

Children of the Lord.

 

CHORUS:

So, rise and shine and give God your glory, glory.

So, rise and shine and give God your glory, glory.

So, rise and shine and (clap!) give God your glory, glory, Children of the Lord.

 

So, Noah, he built him, he built him an arky, arky.

So, Noah, he built him, he built him an arky, arky.

Made it out of(clap!) hickory barky, barky, Children of the Lord.

 

CHORUS:

 

The animals, they came on, they came on by twosies, twosies.

The animals, they came on, they came on by twosies, twosies.

Elephants and (clap!) kangaroosies, roosies, Children of the Lord.

 

CHORUS:

 

It rained and poured for forty daysies, daysies.

It rained and poured for forty daysies, daysies.

Nearly drove those (clap!) animals crazies, crazies, Children of the Lord.

 

CHORUS:

 

The sun came out and dried up the landy, landy.

The sun came out and dried up the landy, landy.

Everything was (clap!) fine and dandy, dandy, Children of the Lord.

 

CHORUS:

 

The animals, they came off, they came off by twosies, twosies.

Animals, they came off, they came off by twosies, twosies.

Elephants and (clap!) kangaroosies, roosies, Children of the Lord.

 

CHORUS:

 

The is the end of, the end of the story, story.

The is the end of, the end of the story, story.

Everything is (clap!) hunky-dory, dory, Children of the Lord.

 

CHORUS:

 

MOTIONS:

"Rise" = stand up  "Shine" = move your hands and arms out like a sunrise

"give…glory" = palms turned forward, move your hands from side to side in time to the music.

 





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