Living Room Song
Here To Play

I wrote this song with my oldest son, Charlie, when he was six years old.  We
were dancing around the living room with his little brothers, Luke and Owen, and
the ideas just kept coming.  It was a wonderfully spontaneous Saturday
morning.  

Between each verse we added

Boom Chucka Lucka Lucka
Boom Chucka Lucka Lucka
Boom Chucka Lucka Lucka
Boom Boom Boom

This transitional chorus gave us time to act out some vogue freeze dance moves
and get ready for the next set of directions.

If you have a Facebook account you can click the link above and take a trip back
through time to 2011.  The setting is our living room.  Owen is a toddler, hanging
out on the chair with our cat, Basil, while I sing and act out the song.  

Living Room Song by Tim Seston

Let's all go marching around a chair
Throw up our arms into the air
And wave our hands from here to there
As we go marching around the chair

Let’s all go hopping around the table
Try on one foot if you are able
And when we FREEZE, try to be stable
And let’s go hopping around the table

Let’s all go stomping around the floor
Pretend that you’re a dinosaur
Now take a breath and let’s all roar
And let’s go stomping around the floor

Now in the middle, let’s spin around
We’ll reach up high, then touch the ground
And with our voices make silly sounds
And we’ll go spinning round and round

Let’s all go strutting around the rug
Like choo-choo trains, chug-choo-choo-chug
And then we’ll stop and give a shrug
And then go strutting around the rug

This is the end so let’s be quiet
Tip-toe around why don’t you try it
This is no time to cause a riot
Tip-toe around and then be quiet.