Playing in the Snow

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Duet for Vibraphone. Children’s song. Lyrics:

Running in the snow, crunching boots below

(I’m in the snow) I know where to go, playing in the snow

Loads of silken flakes, too much for a rake

Following the snow while I go

I am very bold, �cause it�s very cold

(I’m in the snow) A seasonal gold, snowfall�s never old

After I have roamed, when I�ve gotten home

I will warm myself by the fire

Finishing my snowman, looking at the sky

watching all the snowflakes, falling by and by

Chasing after my friends, in a brand new world

Feeling fluffy powder tickle my nose

Playing in the snow, nature�s frosty show

(I’m in the snow) Wind sweeps with a flow, As I watch a Doe

Flurries by the bunch, Glad I brought my lunch

My Mom packed some hot tea for me

I just lost a bet, snow CAN make you wet

(I’m in the snow) But I�m not upset, so I will not fret

Crystals made of ice, snow is really nice

Icicles are clinging up high

Crawling through an igloo, one big icy cave

Skiing down a mountain, with my Father�s aid

Climb on a tobagan, just the four of us

Hold on really tightly, so we aren�t tossed

Running in the snow, crunching boots below

(I’m in the snow) I know where to go,Playing in the snow

Loads of silken flakes, too much for a rake

Playing in the snow all day!

Playing in the snow all day!

Score ID
Year of composition
Mason Wright
Easy (Grades 1-3)
2 minutes
Duet of Vibraphones

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