I have two eyes, two eyebrows, too,
Two ears, one nose, one chin,
Two lips, one mouth, and lots of teeth.
You'll see them when I grin.
I need my lips and tongue and teeth.
I need my cheeks and lungs to speak,
to whisper, talk, sing, cry or shout.
I take in air in, I breathe air out.
And when I smile, I stretch my lips
in the middle of my face.
From ear to ear and cheek to cheek
And everything’s in place
I reach my arms above my head
I wave my hands about
I bend my neck and wiggle my hips
and stick my elbows out
I touch my knees and then my ankles
and tap, tap, tap my toes
and then I stand straight up again
and wrinkle up my nose.