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Songs to Grow on for Mother and Child

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Grassy Grass Grass (Grow Grow Grow)
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Swimmy Swim
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Little Sack of Sugar
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Rattle My Rattle
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I Want My Milk (I Want it Now)
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1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
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One Day Old
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Wash-y Wash Wash (Warshy Little Tootsy)
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I'll Eat You, I'll Drink You
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Make a Bubble
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Who's My Pretty Baby (Hey Pretty Baby)
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I'll Write and I'll Draw
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Why, Oh Why?
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Pick it Up
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Pretty and Shiny-O
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Needle Sing
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Bling Blang
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Goodnight Little Arlo (Goodnight Little Darlin')
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Total Tracks: 18   Total Length: 36:35

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By Yancey Strickler, Contributor

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They Say All Music Guide

Some of the last songs written and recorded by Woody Guthrie were his children’s songs. Their strength, shown in Songs to Grow on for Mother and Child, is an unusually strong identification with actually being a child, in all its simplicity and charm, along with the ability to win over listeners. Good examples here are “Rattle My Rattle” and “I Want My Milk.” Guthrie is an acquired sonic taste worth acquiring. Ages 3-5. – William Ruhlmann & Bob Hinkle