Let’s Eat!

£3.75

Let’s Eat! is a fun primary school history song about food and eating in Roman times (and let’s be honest which child wouldn’t love singing about a Vomitorium!).

‘Let’s Eat!’ is a fun primary school history song about food and eating in Roman times (and let’s be honest which child wouldn’t love singing about a Vomitorium!). There are some great Roman foods mentioned and from a musical developmental point of view, it allows for part singing which can be attempted at different levels according to ability and confidence. Let’s Eat! is ideal as part of your history topic and would make the perfect addition to a Roman assembly.

 

 

Included in your song pack:

 

  1. Audio file of backing track with instruments playing melody in mp3 format
  2. Song words in PDF format
  3. Sheet music with performance notes in PDF format
  4. PowerPoint of song words

 

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Want to save money? Then the ‘Romans Song Collection’ is for you! We’ve put all the Roman songs together in one collection for a cheaper price than buying them individually.

 

 

Let’s Eat!

 

1
I’m a very important Roman,
So welcome to my feast,
There’s lots of tasty food for you
It really is a treat!
Come lay around my table
And gorge until you’re sick,
So you can make more room to eat
Yes that’ll do the trick!

 

2
Dormice and peacock and fat snails and jellyfish,
Lamb brain and ostrich and wild boar and octopus,
Oysters and parrot and fish sauce and olive oil,
Thrushes and urchin there’s so much food to eat!

 

3
There’s so much that we can eat,
Let’s keep going till we’re beat,
Time to eat up every crumb,
Now show us to the vomitorium!

 

4

Combine the 3 parts  – or as many as you wish!
(Or you could sing your favourite verse again)

 

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