Y6 Music Lesson - Term 6 Week 5 - 29.06.20









CAN YOU, CAN YOU REMEMBER?

Let's continue with our WW1 topic.

The first lesson that we did was all about going off to war, the last lesson was about what it was like in the trenches - at war. This weeks lesson is all about reflecting on the war and coming home.


Listen to the lesson and learn the songs. The words are below so you can join in with the songs

To start CLICK ON THIS LINK


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https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/music-drama-dance-history-ks2-ww1-musical-archie-dobsons-war-music-part-3-can-you-remember/zvgyf4j


END IN SIGHT

We're here because we're here


We're here because we're here because we're here, because we're here We're here because we're here because we're here, because we're here. We're here because we're here because we're here, because we're here We're here because we're here because we're here, because we're here.


Over there!


Over there Over there Send the word, send the word Over there That the Yanks are coming The Yanks are coming The drums rum-tumming everywhere!


So prepare Say a prayer Send the word, send the word To beware We'll be over We're coming over And we won't come back Till it's over, over there!


Home sweet home


(Humming) There's no place like home, There's no place like home. Home! Home! Home, sweet home! There's no place like home, There's no place like home.


CAN YOU REMEMBER?

Can you, can you remember, A time, a time of wheatfields? Think back, to skylarks singing, To when the bells were ringing...


And ask the questions – who, what, how and why, And where and when so many had to die?


Can you, can you remember, A time, a time of anger? Think back, to pain and fear Young lives cut short each year...


And ask the questions – who, what, how and why, And where and when so many had to die?


Can you, can you remember, A time, a time of friendship? Thinking, to help recover... Thinking, to help each other...


And ask the questions – who, what, how and why, And where and when so many had to die?


Can you, can you remember, Across the generations? Think back and share each memory Reach hands across a century...


And ask the questions – who, what, how and why, And where and when so many had to die? Can you, can you remember..?

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