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Old 06-29-12, 03:32 PM   #1
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The Sun goes down... the Stars go out

As you know... I did not grew up here. I am not familiar with the songs that children usually learn at school. When my girl starts singing something, I usually believe it's some school song. But this one time, after 2 weeks she's still humming/singing the same verse over and over:

"The Sun goes down... the star goes out.... you cast a spell... "

There were more mumbled words on the song that I could not get but I google what I could understand and came up with this:


That's is *NOT* a school song
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Old 06-29-12, 04:35 PM   #2
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At least she is not singing a Justin Bieber song.













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Old 06-29-12, 04:42 PM   #3
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(an old Cannucker tune from the natives 30 miles north)

Roll,roll,roll me over the clover and do it once again.
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