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St  Patrick's Day

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Saved by Jane McManus
on February 22, 2009 at 6:45:42 pm



5 Little leprechauns knocked at my door,                        

1 chased a rainbow, then there were 4,                             

4 Little leprechauns, oh so wee,                                        

1 picked a shamrock, then there were 3.                           

3 Little leprechauns hiding in my shoe,                            

1 found a toadstool, then there were 2.                            

2 Little leprechauns dancing in the sun,                          

1 went in search of gold, then there was 1.                      

1 Little leprechaun on the run,                                          

He shined his shoe buckles and left for fun.                                                                                                                


5 Little leprechauns dressed in green,                      

They’re the happiest I’ve ever seen. 

This leprechaun has a gold ring,

This leprechaun has a song to sing,

This leprechaun wears a funny wig,

This leprechaun likes to dance a jig,  

This leprechaun nods his head to say— 

We wish you a Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 


(sing to: I’M A LITTLE TEAPOT)

I’m a little leprechaun,

Dressed in green,

The tiniest man

That you’ve ever seen.

If you ever catch me, so it’s told,

 I’ll give to you my pot of gold!

              --Vicki Claybrook



5 Little shamrocks growing in the grass, 

Along came a leprechaun skipping down the path, 

He took a shamrock and put it on the door,

That ’s for good luck, and that leaves 4.

 4 Little shamrocks…

 *He pinned on a shamrock for all to see…

 *He picked one up and put it in his shoe…

 *He picked one up and held it to the sun…

 *He left it growing, so there would always be one…


There was a little leprechaun (motions)

Whose home was in a tree. 

He met a giant in the park, 

And asked her home to tea.

They walked inside the tiny house.

 But the giant broke the door, 

She stood tall and smashed the roof, 

Her feet crashed through the floor. 

The giant stopped, “OH, what a mess!” 

“I’m very sorry,” she cried. 

“That’s quite all right,” said the leprechaun.

“We’ll drink our tea outside.

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