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Pronoun Promenade

Katherine Dines


This song is available on Katherine Dines' Hunk-ta-Bunk-ta Gnu

It’s Saturday night and the crowd is tightly
Packed inside the barn.
There’s a down home band and we all join hands
As soon as the music starts.
So pick a partner or get picked.
Let’s dance the night away.
It doesn’t matter who you are,
It’s the PRONOUN PROMENADE!

I, me, you, she, he, it, “Oh, hi there!” “Howdy!” “Hi!”
“What?” “Who?” Just smile to, anybody passin’ by
Everyone is having fun and everybody waves.
We, they, them, us, her, and him,
It’s the PRONOUN PROMENADE!

Try a twirl to the right with the one who’s left
Then turn to the other side.
Do a doh si doh; do it fast or slow
With that person on your right.
Take Grandma’s hand or the child’s or man’s,
And with that partner stay.
Bow to the middle, when you hear the fiddle,
It’s the PRONOUN PROMENADE!

Repeat chorus

If you’re feelin’ funny, you can practice with this broom
Pretty soon you’ll sweep somebody clear across the room
So many faces here tonight with lots of different names
And all you have to do is dance,
The PRONOUN PROMENADE!

 

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