Daddy’s Homecoming
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    Daddy’s Homecoming

    Brightly

    I’m so glad when daddy* comes home,

    Glad as I can be;

    Clap my hands and shout for joy,

    Then climb upon his knee,

    Put my arms around his neck,

    Hug him tight like this,

    Pat his cheeks, then give him what?

    A great big kiss.

    *Alternate words: Mother, Grandpa, Grandma
    Improvise actions as suggested by the words.

    Words: Anon.

    Music: Frances K. Taylor, 1870–1952. Arr. © 1989 IRI