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Duck Song
Song for Teaching the Characteristics of Ducks
Foster Brown


This song is available on Foster Brown's Naturally: Children's Nature Songs

Waddle, Waddle, Quack, Quack
Waddle, Waddle, Quack, Quack
Waddle, Waddle, Quack, Quack
There’s never any water on a ducks back.

To look at a duck, there are some things you will see.
They have webbed feet, and a bill for a beak.
The boys are colorful – the girls are drab,
They fly to the south when the weather turns bad.

Waddle, Waddle, Quack, Quack
Waddle, Waddle, Quack, Quack
Waddle, Waddle, Quack, Quack
There’s never any water on a ducks back.

There’s birds who feed on the shallow ponds.
We call them dabbling ducks.
Their heads go down and their tails go up,
Eating roots and bugs in the marshy muck.

Waddle, Waddle, Quack, Quack
Waddle, Waddle, Quack, Quack
Waddle, Waddle, Quack, Quack
There’s never any water on a ducks back.

There’s the kind of birds we call diving ducks,
They dive for fish to eat.
They swim underwater with their wings and feet,
Then pop up with a fishy treat.


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