The library song is a goofy poem with a little instrumentation which discusses the rules of the Library.
Oh there is nothing more exciting than a good, good book
So when I’m in the library I look, look, look
For a story that will thrill me
A story that will fill me
A story that will take me to another place or time
where I can learn and dream and find
a thousand answers to the questions in my mind.
But if I hear you talking.
Or I hear you loudly walking
If you giggle, laugh or scream
Then it’s goodbye to all my dreams
And you destroy my little voyage
To the place the book could take me
So please move quietly talk quietly so quiet quiet quietly
That I can’t even hear you as I read and think and ponder
All the lovely words and wisdom in the library.
© Scott Perry 2007