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Get Out, Get In, Get Down
Song for Teaching about Tornado Safety
Joan Maute, Ed.D.

This song is available on Joan Maute's Stormin' All Over: Tornadoes.

Tornado Watch, what does it mean?
The conditions are right for a wind machine.
It means to take heed; it's a message for you
That there's a chance for a tornado to brew.
Be ready to…

Get out, out of mobile homes and
Get In, in a building that's strong and
Get down, get down real low
You better be ready for the tornado.

“The National Weather Service has just issued a Tornado Warning for the following counties…”

Watch turns to warning, what does this mean?
A tornado will form or one has been seen.
You better move fast, there's no time to waste.
Follow these words at a very fast pace.


Sometimes without warning the weather will change.
The sky gets dark, or green, or strange.
Now don't take a chance, you'd better be safe.
Move along 'til you're in the right place.

Chorus (2x)

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Many thanks to Joan Maute, Ed.D. for permission to display these lyric excerpts.
© Joan Maute, Ed.D. -- Studio 2. All rights reserved. Used with permission..

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