Gritter! - Chyngton Primary School

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No. 1 We’re going to put on a Christmas Show
Chorus
We’re going to put on a Christmas concert,
We’re going to put on a Christmas show;
We’re going to put on a Christmas musical,
And we want you and you and you
And you and you and you and you
To go!
Verse 1.
But what should our show be about?
What should the story be?
Group 1
Should it be about
Donkeys and Reindeer?
Or Joseph and Mary?
Group 2
The Three Wise Men or
The Christmas tree Christmas fairy?
Group 1
Snow and Ice
Or the Christmas tree lights?
Group 2
What should our show be aGroup 1
What should our show be aAll
What should our show be about?
Chorus
We’re going to put on a Christmas concert,
We’re going to put on a Christmas show;
We’re going to put on a Christmas musical,
And we want you and you and you
And you and you and you and you
To go!
Verse 2.
But what should our show be about?
What should the story be?
Group 1
Should it be about
Snowploughs and Gritters?
Or Shepherds and Stars?
Group 2
Or Eastern Kings
Who are travelling far?
Group 1
Mistletoe
Or the pure white snow?
Group 2
What should our show be aGroup 1
What should our show be aAll
What should our show be about?
Chorus
We’re going to put on a Christmas concert,
We’re going to put on a Christmas show;
We’re going to put on a Christmas musical,
And we want you and you and you
And you and you and you and you
To go!
Vocal track
Verse 3.
But what should our show be about?
What should the story be?
Group 1
Should it be about
Mangers and Stables?
Or Santa's big sleigh?
Group 2
Or opening presents
On Christmas Day?
Group 1
Frozen toes
Or my cold, shiny nose?
Group 2
What should our show be aGroup 1
What should our show be aAll
What should our show be about?
Group 1
What should our show be aGroup 2
What should our show be aGroup 1
What should our show be about?
All
What should our show be aWhat should our show be aWhat should our show be about?
No. 2 Yo! Father Christmas!
Vocal track
Verse 1.
Yo, Father Christmas,
With your sack on your back
And your presents all packed.
Hey, Hey, Saint Saint Nic'las,
With your sledge in the air,
Flying here, flying there.
I hope you'll be coming to my house;
But what if I live in a lighthouse?
Chorus
He goes ho! He goes ho!
He goes ho! ho! ho! ho!
He goes ho! He goes ho!
He goes ho! ho! ho! ho!
Verse 2.
Yo, Father Christmas
With your jacket of red
And your hat on your head.
Hey, Hey, Saint Nic'las
With your big jolly smile,
Trav'ling mile after mile.
I hope you'll be coming to my house;
But what if I live in a lighthouse?
Chorus!
He goes ho! He goes ho!
He goes ho! ho! ho! ho!
He goes ho! He goes ho!
He goes ho! ho! ho! ho!
Verse 3.
Yo, Father Christmas
With your beard of bright white,
On your round-the-world flight,
Hey, Hey, Saint Saint Nic'las
With your great big round tum;
All those mince pies are yum!
I hope you'll be coming to my house;
But what if I live in a lighthouse?
Chorus
He goes ho! He goes ho!
He goes ho! ho! ho! ho!
He goes ho! He goes ho!
He goes ho! ho! ho! ho!
He goes ho! He goes ho!
He goes ho! ho! ho! ho!
He goes ho!
No. 3 Tim the Snowman
Verse 1.
I am a snowman
But I'm not very well;
I was built by some nice children
When the snow first fell,
But something is happening
That's making me scared:
The sun's coming out
And I'm just not prepared:
And Chorus
Oh, my heart is melting,
I don't know what I can do;
The sunshine is not helping
I'm melting through and through.
I'm dripping wet and I'm feeling
weak,
I cannot think and I cannot speak;
Oh, my heart is melting
My heart is melting.
Verse 2.
I am a snowman
And I used to be cool;
But the weather has turned warmer
While the children are at school;
Vocal track
And something is happening
That's making me scared:
The sun's coming out
And I'm just not prepared:
And Chorus
Oh, my nose is dripping,
I don't know what I can do;
My head and arms are slipping,
I'm melting through and through.
I'm dripping wet and I'm feeling
weak,
I cannot think and I cannot speak.
Oh, my nose is dripping,
My nose is dripping.
Verse 3.
I am a snowman
And I don't like the heat;
'Cos it's making me smaller
From my head to my feet,
And something is happening
That's making me scared:
The sun's coming out
And I'm just not prepared:
And -
Chorus
Oh, my mouth is dribbling,
I don't know what I can do;
So no more snacks or nibbling,
I'm melting through and through.
I'm dripping wet and I'm feeling
weak,
I cannot think and I cannot speak,
Oh, my mouth is dribbling,
My mouth is dribbling.
Oh, my eyes are crying,
I don't know what I can do;
There's no sign of them drying,
I'm melting through and through.
I'm dripping wet and I'm feeling
weak,
I cannot think and I cannot speak.
Oh, my eyes are crying,
My eyes are crying.
No. 4 Gritter!
1. Gritter! Gritter! Gritter! Gritter!
Gritter! Gritter! Gritter! Gritter!
'Gretta the Gritter,'
'Gritty Gritty Bang Bang,’
Repeat
‘Gritzilla' ‘
Usain Salt’
Group 1
You won't grit it quicker than an East Sussex
gritter
Group 2
You won't grit it quicker than an East Sussex
Gritter
Group 1
When the weather turns bitter
It's a real big hitter
Group 2
When the weather turns bitter
It's a real big hitter
Group 1
And there's nobody fitter
Than the driver of the gritter
Group 2
And there's nobody fitter
Than the driver of the gritter
All
And you can follow them on twitter!
2. Thundering along on the lanes and the road
Eighteen wheels, and a gritty, salty load
Huge great engine, bright white lights
It's a big yellow monster, an amazing sight.
Vocal track
3. Slush Puppy'
'Snowy Joey‘
Repeat
‘Crystal’
‘Ready Salted’
Group 1
You won't grit it quicker than an East Sussex
gritter
Group 2
You won't grit it quicker than an East Sussex
gritter
Group 1
Cause an East Sussex gritter is far far quicker
Group 2
Cause an East Sussex gritter is far far quicker
Group 1
Than a gritter from Kent
Or from Brighton and Hove
Group 2
Than a gritter from Kent
Or from Brighton and Hove
All
And you can’t follow them on twitter!
4. Thundering along on the lanes and the road
Eighteen wheels, and a gritty, salty load
Huge great engine, bright white lights
It's a big yellow monster, an amazing sight.
5. ’Lamborgritty'
'Grittersaurus‘
'Sub Zero Hero'
'Grittney Spears'
Repeat
Groups 1 and 2 (Group 2 starts this
section a bar later than Group 1)
6. You won't grit it quicker
Than an East Sussex gritter,
When the weather turns bitter
It's a real big hitter,
And there's no one fitter
Than the driver of the gritter,
You won't grit it quicker
Than an East Sussex gritter,
When the weather turns bitter
It's a real big hitter,
And there's nobody fitter
Than the driver of the gritter,
7. All
You won't grit it quicker
Than an East Sussex gritter
'Cause an East Sussex gritter is
Far far quicker
Than a gritter from Kent
Or from Brighton and Hove
And you can’t follow them on
twitter!
8. ’Girl Plougher'
'Kitty Gritty‘
'Ice Cruncher'
'Grit Britain’
Repeat
There's no plough like a snow
plough!
No. 5 No Room at the Inn
Vocal track
Verse 1.
Group 1
Mary and Joseph set off on the journey
To Bethlehem,
Group 2
To Bethlehem,
Group 1
They rode on a donkey,
They travelled by night and day
Group 2
Night and day,
Group 1
Mary and Joseph set off on the journey
To Bethlehem:
Group 2
To Bethlehem,
All
But when they arrived they found
Nowhere in which they could stay.
Chorus
No room at the inn
No room at the inn
No room at the inn
No room at the inn
Verse 2.
Group 1
2. Mary and Joseph explored every road
In Bethlehem,
Group 2
In Bethlehem,
Group 1
But none of the inns had a room
That was free that night,
Group 2
Free that night,
Group 1
Mary and Joseph explored every road
In Bethlehem:
Group 2
In Bethlehem,
All
But no-one was able
To offer them help with their plight.
Chorus
No room at the inn
No room at the inn
No room at the inn
No room at the inn
Verse 3.
Group 1
Mary and Joseph were close to despair
In Bethlehem,
Group 2
In Bethlehem,
Group 1
When an innkeeper offered
A place for them both to sleep,
Group 2
Both to sleep,
Group 1
3. Mary and Joseph were close to despair
In Bethlehem,
Group 2
In Bethlehem,
All
When an innkeeper offered
His stable with cattle and sheep.
Chorus
No room at the inn
No room at the inn
No room at the inn
No room at the inn
No. 6 Herod
Vocal track
1. Herod the king was a horrible man,
A horrible, horrible, horrible man,
Herod the king was a terrible man,
A terrible, terrible, terrible man:
But he thought he was dead cool!
2. When he heard the story of
Another king in town
He told his soldiers straight away
That the other king must be found:
When the soldiers told him that
This new king was a baby
He got so cross the soldiers thought
He’d finally gone crazy!
3. Herod the king was a horrible man,
A horrible, horrible, horrible, horrible,
Horrible, horrible, horrible man,
Herod the king was a terrible man,
A terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible,
Terrible, terrible, terrible man;
And his trousers did not fit!
4. When he heard the story of
A baby king in town,
He told his soldiers straight away
That the baby must be found:
When the soldiers told him
There were babies by the score;
He told them they must kill them all
And gave a mighty roar! (Roar!)
5. Herod the king was a horrible man,
A horrible, horrible, horrible, horrible,
Horrible, horrible, horrible, horrible,
Horrible, horrible, horrible man.
Herod the king was a terrible man,
A terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible,
Terrible, terrible, terrible, terrible,
Terrible, terrible, terrible man.
He was not very nice!
No. 7 The Star and the Stable
Vocal track
Verse 1.
The star came to rest,
The star came to rest,
Above a stable,
Above a stable.
Verse 2.
A baby was born,
A baby was born,
Inside the stable,
Inside the stable.
The star came to rest,
The star came to rest,
Above a stable,
Above a stable.
A baby was born,
A baby was born,
Inside the stable,
Inside the stable.
Verse 3.
Repeat Verse 1.
Chorus
Not a mansion,
Not a palace,
Not a castle or hall
Not the house of a lord or a rich man at all
Chorus
Not a mansion,
Not a palace,
Not a castle or hall
Not the house of a lord or a rich man at all
Not a mansion,
Not a palace,
Not a castle or hall
Not the house of a lord or a rich man at all
Not a mansion,
Not a palace,
Not a castle or hall
Not the house of a lord or a rich man at all
No. 8 We put on a Christmas Show
Chorus
And so we put on a Christmas concert,
It was really a lot of fun:
We put on a Christmas musical,
We’re glad that you and you and you and you
And you and you and you Could come!
Verse 1.
And what was our show all about?
How did the story go?
Group 1
It was all about
Donkeys and Reindeer,
And Joseph and Mary,
Group 2
The Three Wise Men and
The Christmas tree Christmas fairy,
Group 1
Snow and Ice
And the Christmas tree lights:
Group 2
We hope you enjoyed our songs,
Group 1
Hope you enjoyed our songs,
All
Hope you enjoyed all our songs.
Chorus
And so we put on a Christmas concert,
It was really a lot of fun:
We put on a Christmas musical,
We’re glad that you and you and you and you
And you and you and you Could come!
Verse 2.
And what was our show all about?
How did the story go?
Group 1
It was all about Snowploughs and
Gritters,
And Shepherds and Stars,
Group 2
And Eastern Kings
Who were travelling far
Group 1
Mistletoe
And the pure white snow:
Group 2
We hope you enjoyed our songs,
Group 1
Hope you enjoyed our songs,
All
Hope you enjoyed all our songs.
Chorus
And so we put on a Christmas concert,
It was really a lot of fun:
We put on a Christmas musical,
We’re glad that you and you and you and you
And you and you and you Could come!
Vocal track
Verse 3.
And what was our show all about?
How did the story go?
Group 1
It was all about
Mangers and Stables
And Santa's big sleigh,
Group 2
And opening presents
On Christmas Day.
Group 1
Frozen toes
And my cold, shiny nose:
Group 2
We hope you enjoyed our songs,
Group 1
Hope you enjoyed our songs,
All
Hope you enjoyed all our songs.
Group 1
Thank you for coming aGroup 2
Thank you for coming aGroup 1
Thank you for coming along.
All
Thank you for coming aThank you for coming aThank you for coming along.
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