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Supermarket Weep! *HARVEST/PERSONAL & SOCIAL*

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A thought-provoking song with a 'Pet Shop Boys' feel which illustrates the imbalance in the world between feast and famine. The first verse is a breathless dash around a supermarket while the second is a sad lament about famine. The two verses combine to illustrate that these two opposites exist together in our world.

Included in your song pack:

  1. Audio file of backing track with instruments playing the melody in mp3 format
  2. Audio file of backing track without instruments playing the melody in mp3 format
  3. Audio file of song with vocals in mp3 format
  4. Audio file of piano accompaniment in mp3 format
  5. Song words in PDF format
  6. Sheet music in PDF format
  7. PowerPoint of song words

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Supermarket Weep!

Verse 1
Dashing round the supermarket,
Rushing up and down the aisles,
It's hard to pick from all the choices,
Filling up the shopping trolley,
Darting past the fruit and veg
It's on towards the crusty bread,
And then the fresh and frozen items,
Now the trolley's full!
 I've got some...
Bagels, baked beans, biscuits, burgers,
Cabbage, carrots, curry, croissant,
Fruit cake, French fries, fettuccine,
Mangoes, mushrooms, mozzarella,
Peaches, pickles, peppers, pasta,
Sausage, smoothies, salad, salmon,
Turkey, tuna, tiramisu,
What a lot of food we have to eat!

Verse 2
We are starving,
We have nothing,
Save us please
We need some food, oh help us!
We are starving,
We have nothing,
Save us please
We need some food, oh help us now!

Verse 2

Verses 1 and 2 combined

© A M Dilkes 2013 primarysongs.co.uk

Details
Song Title Supermarket Weep
Subject Harvest, Famine
Age Key Stage 2 (KS2)
Vocal Range B3 to C5
Key G major
Structure 2 verses which combine to make a third verse

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A thought-provoking song with a 'Pet Shop Boys' feel which illustrates the imbalance in the world between feast and famine. The first verse is a breathless dash around a supermarket while the second is a sad lament about famine. The two verses combine to illustrate that these two opposites exist together in our world.

Included in your song pack:

  1. Audio file of backing track with instruments playing the melody in mp3 format
  2. Audio file of backing track without instruments playing the melody in mp3 format
  3. Audio file of song with vocals in mp3 format
  4. Audio file of piano accompaniment in mp3 format
  5. Song words in PDF format
  6. Sheet music in PDF format
  7. PowerPoint of song words

Simply add this item to your shopping cart and then download and you have everything you need to get singing straight away!

Supermarket Weep!

Verse 1
Dashing round the supermarket,
Rushing up and down the aisles,
It's hard to pick from all the choices,
Filling up the shopping trolley,
Darting past the fruit and veg
It's on towards the crusty bread,
And then the fresh and frozen items,
Now the trolley's full!
 I've got some...
Bagels, baked beans, biscuits, burgers,
Cabbage, carrots, curry, croissant,
Fruit cake, French fries, fettuccine,
Mangoes, mushrooms, mozzarella,
Peaches, pickles, peppers, pasta,
Sausage, smoothies, salad, salmon,
Turkey, tuna, tiramisu,
What a lot of food we have to eat!

Verse 2
We are starving,
We have nothing,
Save us please
We need some food, oh help us!
We are starving,
We have nothing,
Save us please
We need some food, oh help us now!

Verse 2

Verses 1 and 2 combined

© A M Dilkes 2013 primarysongs.co.uk

Specification

Details
Song Title Supermarket Weep
Subject Harvest, Famine
Age Key Stage 2 (KS2)
Vocal Range B3 to C5
Key G major
Structure 2 verses which combine to make a third verse

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