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Karaokê A Noun Is a Person, Place, or Thing - Schoolhouse Rock (Lynn Ahrens)

Esta música é uma versão de A Noun Is a Person, Place, or Thing, popularizada por Schoolhouse Rock

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Tempo: variável (aproximadamente 116 BPM)

Tonalidade idêntica ao original: Dó, Ré♭

Duração: 03:01 - Visualizar: 01:15

Ano de lançamento: 1973
Estilos: Filmes e séries de TV, Músicas para crianças, Em inglês

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Letra A Noun Is a Person, Place, or Thing

Well every person you can know and every place that you can go and anything that you can show you know they're nouns
A noun's a special kind of word
It's any name you ever heard
I find it quite interesting
A noun's a person place or thing
Oh I took a train, took a train to another state
The flora and the fauna that I saw were really great
When I saw some bandits chasin' the train
I was wishin' I was back home again
I took a train, took a train to another state
Well every person you can know and every place that you can go
And anything that you can show you know they're nouns
You know they're nouns oh
Mrs. Jones is a lady on Hudson Street
She sent her dog to bark at my brother and me
We gave her dog a big fat bone and now he barks at Mrs. Jones
She's a lady who lives on Hudson Street
Well every person you can know and every place that you can go
And anything that you can show you know they're nouns
You know they're nouns oh
I took a ferry to the Statue of Liberty
My best friend was waitin' there for me
He took an early ferry
We went for a walk on the island you know and in the middle of summer it started to snow
When I took a ferry to the Statue of Liberty
Well every person you can know and every place that you can go
And anything that you can show you know they're nouns
You know they're nouns
Oh I put a dime in the drugstore record machine
Oldie goldies started playin' if you know what I mean
I heard Chubby Checker
He was doin' the twist
And the Beatles and the Monkees, it goes like this
I put a dime in the drugstore record machine
Well every person you can know and every place that you can go
And anything that you can show you know they're nouns
A noun's a special kind of word
It's any name you ever heard
I find it quite interesting
A noun's a person place or thing
A noun is a person, place or thing

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