Skip to My Lou

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★  History of the Song:

“Jump to My Lou” is a well known kids’ music
“Jump to My (The) Lou” is a well known American accomplice taking move from the 1840s.

It was additionally a well known melodious game in Abraham Lincoln’s childhood in southern Indiana and Kentucky (1826) with sections, for example, “Hustle just a bit slacker, do gracious do”, “I’ll recover her despite you”, “Gone once more, what will I do”, and “I’ll get another young lady better than you”.

“Jump to My Lou” is a basic round of taking accomplices (or swapping accomplices as in square moving). It starts with any number of couples skipping connected at the hip around in a ring. A solitary kid in the focal point of the moving circle of couples sings, “Lost my accomplice, what’ll I do?” as the young ladies spin past him. The youngster in the inside wavers while he chooses which young lady to pick, singing, “I’ll get another simply like you.” When he gets a handle on the hand of his picked one, the last’s accomplice moves to the focal point of the ring the game. It is an ice-breaker, giving a chance to the members to get to know each other and to get into a positive state of mind.

The “lou” in the title originates from “loo”, a Scottish word for “affection”.

★ Skip to My Lou Lyrics:

Skip, skip, skip to my Lou,
Skip, skip, skip to my Lou,
Skip, skip, skip to my Lou,
Skip to my Lou, my darling.

Fly in the buttermilk, shoo, fly, shoo!
Fly in the buttermilk, shoo, fly, shoo!
Fly in the buttermilk, shoo, fly, shoo!
Skip to my Lou, my darling!
Lou, Lou, skip to my Lou!
Lou, Lou, skip to my Lou!
Lou, Lou, skip to my Lou!
Skip to my Lou, my darling.

Cows in the cornfield two by two!
Cows in the cornfield two by two!
Cows in the cornfield two by two!
Skip to my Lou, my darling!
Lou, Lou, skip to my Lou!
Lou, Lou, skip to my Lou!
Lou, Lou, skip to my Lou!
Skip to my Lou, my darling.

There’s a little red wagon, paint it blue!
There’s a little red wagon, paint it blue!
There’s a little red wagon, paint it blue!
Skip to my Lou, my darling!
Skip, skip, skip to my Lou,
Skip, skip, skip to my Lou,
Skip, skip, skip to my Lou,
Skip to my Lou, my darling.

★  Outcomes of the Song:

1. You will understand how to perform made rhymed sentences.
2. You will learn sound by singing the tune more than once.
3. You will understand how to perform the right etymological sentences.
4. You will change the new dialect.
5. You will wind up being dynamically typical when an attempt to emphasize it rapidly.

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