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Monarch Butterflies song, Latin music

Monarch Butterflies song, Latin music
Product Description
This flamenco inspired song is all about the journey that Monarch Butterflies take, literally. A special generation flies south annually up to 3,000 miles to escape the cold winters of North America. Lyrics below. Learn about their migration, Latin style. Great for introducing insect related activities and lessons. This song is titled "Monarch Butterflies" from the "Move Like An Animal" CD by Birdie's Playhouse.

LYRICS: VERSE 1
From Canada and the states to the heart of Mexico
We migrate to survive, to help our species grow
We look like orange silken paper, cascading in the sky
But our will is set in stone, we’re flying for our lives

CHORUS
La lala lalala Butterflies
La lala lalala Monarch, Butterflies
La lala lalala Butterflies, Lala lala lala la
Oh you monarch butterflies

VERSE 2
Most monarch butterflies only live a month or two
But the thousands who fly south, we’re a special group
We fly 3,000 miles, escape the cold, then we go to sleep
On the same trees each year, we wake up in the spring

MUSIC SOLO

CHORUS
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