It’s All Greek To Me!


‘It’s all Greek to Me!’ is a fantastic primary school history song to support your Ancient Greece topic.

‘It’s all Greek to Me!’ is a fantastic primary school history song to support your Ancient Greece topic. It’s filled with loads of information about Greek places, Gods and Goddesses, Literature, Mythology, inventions and famous Greeks! It can be used as a great starting point to begin your topic and is ideal to encourage research skills. This song also makes an assembly come alive or you could simply use it for some fun singing in class! Children love the bouzouki accompaniment which gets faster and faster before each chorus as well as trying to get their mouths around the words keeping up with it! At the same time for teachers – this might bring back memories of that wonderful holiday with sunshine and golden beaches!

Included in your song pack:


  1. audio file of backing track with instruments playing the melody in mp3 format
  2. song words in PDF format
  3. sheet music in PDF format
  4. PowerPoint of song words


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It’s All Greek To Me!

1. Athens, Parthenon, Delphi, Olympia,
Knossos, Acropolis, Corinth, Sparta,
Plato, democracy, Pythagoras, Geometry,
Homer, Iliad, tragedy and comedy. (repeat getting faster!)

The Greeks were unique I guarantee,
Gave us olives and philosophy,
To remember it all you need a PhD!
‘Cos it’s…
All Greek to me!

2. Ares, Artemis, Poseidon, Hades,
Hera, Zeus, Apollo, Aphrodite, Hermes,
Jason, Theseus, Trojan Horse, Hippocrates,
Helen, Pegasus, Alexander, Hercules. (repeat getting faster!)


3. Sundials, chewing gum, yoyos, acoustics,
Boxing, thermometers, anchors, Olympics,
Sirens, catapults, music – flats and sharps,
Pulleys, water mills, crossbows, bricks and harps. (repeat getting faster!)

(Last line)
It’s all Greek to me! Oi!

© A M Dilkes 2017