Ноты Bryant Oden - The Duck Song - Пианино&Вокал

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Артист: Bryant Oden

Произведение: The Duck Song

Аранжировка: Пианино&Вокал

Другие аранжировки: Пианино.Соло , Пианино.Easy

Жанр: Детская песня

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Bryant Oden - The Duck Song

Tell me the duck story

(Bum bum bum, ba-dum ba-dum)
A duck walked up to a lemonade stand
And he said to the man, running the stand
"Hey! (Bum bum bum) Got any grapes?"
The man said
"No, we just sell lemonade. But it’s cold
And it's fresh
And it’s all home-made. Can I get you a glass?"
The duck said
“I’ll pass.”

Then he waddled away
(Waddle waddle)
'Til the very next day
(Bum bum bum bum Bum da-dum)

The duck walked up to the lemonade stand
And he said to the man, running the stand
"Hey! (Bum bum bum) Got any grapes?
The man said
"No, like I said yesterday
We just sell lemonade. OK?
Why not give it a try?"
The duck said
"Goodbye."

Then he waddled away
(Waddle waddle)
Then he waddled away
(Waddle waddle waddle)
Then he waddled away
(Waddle waddle)
'Til the very next day
(Bum bum bum bum bum ba-dum)

When the duck walked up to the lemonade stand
And he said to the man running the stand
"Hey! (bum bum bum) Got any grapes?
The man said
"Look, this is getting old
I mean, lemonade’s all we’ve ever sold
Why not give it a go?"
The duck said
“How 'bout, no.”

Then he waddled away
(Waddle waddle)
Then he waddled away
(Waddle waddle waddle)
Then he waddled away
(Waddle waddle)
'Til the very next day
(Bum bum bum bum bum ba-dum)

When the duck walked up to the lemonade stand
And he said to the man running the stand
"Hey! (Bum bum bum) Got any grapes?"
The man said
"THAT’S IT!
If you don’t stay away, Duck
I’ll glue you to a tree and leave you there all day, stuck
So don’t get to close!"
The duck said
"Adios."

Then he waddled away
(Waddle waddle)
Then he waddled away
(Waddle waddle waddle)
Then he waddled away
(Waddle waddle)
'Til the very next day
(Bum bum bum bum bum ba-dum)

When the duck walked up to the lemonade stand
And he said to the man running the stand
"Hey! (Bum bum bum) got any glue?"
"What?"
"Got any glue?"
"No, why would I– oh!"
And one more question for you
"Got any grapes?"
(Bum bum bum, bum bum bum)

And the man just stopped
Then he started to smile
He started to laugh
He laughed for a while
He said
“Come on duck, let’s walk to the store
I’ll buy you some grapes
So you won’t have to ask anymore.”
So they walked to the store
And the man bought some grapes
He gave one to the duck and the duck said
“Hmm... No thanks. But you know what sounds good?
It would make my day
Do you think this store...
Do you think this store...
Do you think this store...has any… lemonade?”

Then he waddled away
(Waddle waddle)
Then he waddled away
(Waddle waddle waddle)
Then he waddled away
(Waddle waddle)