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In a Cabin In the Woods

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In a Cabin In the Woods

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In a cabin in the woods Little man by the window stood Saw a rabbit hopping by Knocking at his door [Alternate:Frightened as can be] "Help me, help me, help", he said Or the hunter will shoot me dead Little rabbit come inside Safely you'll abide Second verse: Ittybitty cabin in the woods Ittybitty man by the window stood Saw an ittybitty rabbit hopping by Frightened as can be "Help me, help me, help!" he said 'Fore the hunter shoots me dead Ittybitty rabbit come inside Safely to abide Third verse: Great big cabin in the woods Great big man by the window stood Saw a great big rabbit hopping by, Frightened as can be "Help me, help me, help!" he said 'Fore the hunter shoots me dead Great big rabbit come inside Safely to abide Hand motions for the song: For the first verse, sing it in a normal voice and make a cabin shape with your fingers, then a bunny hopping (index and second finger form the ears over your fist), then hug your chest and shake (for the frightened part) , throw up arms for each "help me!", then make a gun with your hands for the hunter, then pet your hand for the safely to abide part. On the second verse use a squeaky voice and the same motions, except make them much smaller...such as, instead of petting your hand, use one finger to pet another finger. On the third verse use your deepest, loudest voice and make all the motions bigger; i.e. instead of making the bunny with your fingers, pretend you're actually a giant rabbit hopping around, etc.






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