St. Patrick's Day

VOCABULARY:
 
Ireland - Irlandia
Leprechaun – krasnoludek
Pot of gold – garnek złota
Rainbow – tęcza
Castle – zamek
Sheep – owca
Ring – Claddagh ring – pierścień
Harp – harfa
Fiddle (violin) – skrzypce
Parade – parada
Golf – golf
 
SONG:
 
With apologies to mother goose
 

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall.

Then he had a terrible fall. 
And all the king’s horses and all the king’s men had 
Scrambled eggs for breakfast again! 
But oh, no no, don’t say I told you. 
Don’t go quotin me cause if you do, OI Mother Goose. 
Will be awful mad at me. 
Hey little Boy Blue come blow your horn. 
The sheep’s in the meadow and the cow’s in the corn. 
Now where is that boy that watches the sheep? 
Hes out pickin flowers with little Bo peep! 
Little Miss Muffet, she sat on a fuffet. 
That’s kind of hard to do. 
Cause I looked it up and there’s no such word. 
I think that’s strange, don’t you? 
But if she finds out what I said, I ask you, please. 
Kindly send along my apologies to Mother Goose!