Words in My Pocket Song Lyrics

Sung to the tune of “Grand Old Duke of York

 

These song lyrics are included in the Ready to Read Combo

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1. Three words in my pocket–
One word is not the same.
The starting sound is different.
I’ll clap and say its name.

Book and dog and baby.
Which one should I name?
The different word is dog.
That word doesn’t start the same.
4. Four words in my pocket–
One word is not the same.
The starting sound is different.
I’ll clap and say its name.

Doll and dart and dish and spoon.
Which one should I name?
The different word is spoon.
That word doesn’t start the same.

2. Three words in my pocket–
One word is not the same.
The starting sound is different.
I’ll stomp and say its name.

Fish and fly and turtle.
Which one should I name?
The different word is turtle.
That word doesn’t start the same.
5. Four words in my pocket–
One word is not the same.
The starting sound is different.
I’ll stomp and say its name.

Girl and grass and tree and goat.
Which one should I name?
The different word is tree.
That word doesn’t start the same.

3. Three words in my pocket–
One word is not the same.
The starting sound is different.
I’ll knock and say its name.

Swing and clock and clover.
Which one should I name?
The different word is swing.
That word doesn’t start the same.
6. Four words in my pocket–
One word is not the same.
The starting sound is different.
I’ll knock and say its name.

Rock and sun and stick and sock.
Which one should I name?
The different word is rock.
Now, I think I'll end this game!