Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Deep in the Heart of Texas

At the 3rd Grader assembly last evening the kiddos sang Deep in the Heart of Texas. Cute, right?

Everybody knows that first line. It's usually sung like this:

The stars at night so big and bright. Clap, clap, clap, clap. Deep in the Heart of Texas.

Duh--duh-duh-duh, Duh--duh-duh-duh Clap, clap, clap, clap. Deep in the Heart of Texas.

When the kids sang all the words I tried to remember them. Of course my memory sparks out and I promptly forgot them, but no worries Tate knows them -- yet when I asked him that devil grin came out and and the little heathen child basically hijacked the words from me because that's the kind of contrary little Texan I'm raising out here. Geesch.

Fortunately I have a friend who is a conpendium of vast knowledge and she supplied the words.

So, for ya'll who'd like to know how the rest of the song goes:

The stars at night so big and bright clap clap clap clap Deep in the Heart of Texas

The prairie sky is wide and high clap clap clap clap Deep in the heart of Texas

The sage in bloom is like perfume clap clap clap clap Deep in the heart of Texas

Reminds me of the one I love clap clap clap clap Deep in the heart of Texas.
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