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Insect Song
Nature Song Lyrics and Sound Clip
Foster Brown


This song is available on Foster Brown's Walkin, Wadin' & Wanderin'

This song is available on Foster Brown's Songs from a Naturalist's Notebook

Insects, insects:
They’ve got a head, a thorax and an abdomen,
Six jointed legs to move them around.
Insects, Insects.

The first insect that I did see was jumping from leaf to leaf.
It was eating the leaves with its mandibles
And spitting tobacco juice.
grasshopper

Insects, insects:
They’ve got a head, a thorax and an abdomen,
Six jointed legs to move them around.
Insects, Insects.

I saw caterpillar on a milkweed plant
the other day, as I passed by.
On my return, to my surprise, it changed into a…
butterfly

Now most insects have wings,
One pair or even two.
Some insects have antennae to smell even you! Peeyoo…

Instrumental

Late at night in the August heat they’re buzzin’ up in a tree.
They climb out of the ground to shed their skin.
You may find them on the bark of a tree.
cicada

Insects, insects.
They’ve got a head, a thorax and an abdomen,
Six jointed legs to move them around.
Insects, Insects.

The last insect that I did see was darting around the pond.
It was catching its food with its hairy legs
With its wings stretched out so long.
dragonfly

Insects, insects.
They’ve got a head, a thorax and an abdomen,
Six jointed legs to move them around.
Insects, Insects.
Insects, Insects.


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Many thanks to Foster Brown for permission to display these lyrics.
© Foster Brown. All rights reserved. Used with permission.


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