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Idioms
Ron Brown


This song, along with an open version, is available on Intelli-Tunes' Word Mechanics.

Oh they sound kind of crazy
But they’re sure lots of fun,
When we talk to one another
And use idioms.

We know what they mean,
But they don’t mean what they say.
Oh those idioms,
We hear them every day.

Hey, teacher there’s a frog in my throat.
I’m as busy as a bee.
That’s no skin off my nose.
You might be barking up the wrong tree.

My mom has a heart of gold.
This job’s a piece of cake.
Something’s fishy I’ve been told.
Don’t take me on a wild goose chase.

CHORUS

My dad has a big green thumb.
He’s always pulling my leg.
You’d better hold your tongue.
And my best friend is a really good egg.

Sometimes I have ants in my pants.
And the early bird catches the worm.
Let’s put on our thinking caps.
It’s really fun to learn.

That they sound kind of crazy,
But they’re sure lots of fun,
When we talk to one another
And use idioms.

We know what they mean,
But they don’t mean what they say.
Oh those idioms,
We hear them every day.

(This song really drives me up the wall.)


 

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Many thanks to Ron Brown for permission to display these lyrics.
© Ronald J. Brown. All rights reserved. Used with permission.


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