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FALL IN AND FOLLOW THE BAND (Will Haines / Harry Leon / Leo Towers) Gracie Fields (Spoken) Now I'm going to introduce you to all my seventy five children Now kids, I'm going to sing a little song now and I want you to learn the chorus Do you think you'll be able to do it? (Kids) Yes Auntie Grace (Gracie) Well we'll see, now listen closely (Sung) There's tin pans and ash pans and milk pans So fall in and follow the band There's bluebells and dumbbells and bluebells So fall in and follow the band Hear that drum (drumming) Rum-tum-tum (drumming) Here they come, they're simply grand There's ooh-jahs, and glue jars and jam jars So fall in and follow the band. (Gracie) (spoken) Do you think you'll be able to learn it then? (Kids) Yes Auntie Grace (Gracie) Are you serious? (Kids) Yes (Gracie) All right then, let's try you, come on Come on, you stand up now and sing this bit, right. (Child's voice) (sung) There's tin pans and ash pans and milk pans So fall in and follow the band (Gracie) (Spoken) Not so bad (Gracie) (Sung) There's trombones (Trombone played) Saxophones (Saxophone played) Red hot tones, they're simply grand There's ooh-jahs, and glue jars and jam jars So fall in and follow the band. Come and hear the cutest little band In the land, what a band Every day they're marching down our street Music sweet, it can't be beat (Gracie) (spoken) Come on altogether, sing up. (Kids) There's tin pans and ash pans and milk pans So fall in and follow the band There's bluebells and dumbbells and bluebells So fall in and follow the band There's trombones (Trombone played) Saxophones (Saxophone played) Red hot tones, they're simply grand There's ooh-jahs, and glue jars and jam jars So fall in and follow the band. (Transcribed by Bill Huntley - June 2006)

    


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