|PALMER HOLTON MUSIC|
a humorous song. Children have the chance to sing solo and make up new verses.
Note: printed version has excellent resolution; much better than this display!
This is meant to be a humorous song. Children have the chance to sing solo as they display wrapped presents with obvious shapes e.g. ears protruding. Humour can be increased by pretending the Rabbit is live.
Certain words are underlined indicating that they can be replaced by new verses made up by the performers.
Suggested presents can be against type as a humourous device, e.g. I have got a flowery apron, it is for my Uncle Jeremy; a shiny iron for Daddy; a hammer for Mummy etc.