Storytime Lyrics Archive

Sing Along Friends Story Time  • November 27, 2017

Books:

I Ain’t Gonna Paint No More (Beaumont)
Is Everyone Ready for Fun? (Thomas)
The Animal Boogie (Harter)aint gonna paint

 

Hello everybody and how are you?
How are you, how are you, 
Hello everybody and how are you? 
How are you today? 
Come on everybody and clap your hands….

Who’s that, tapping at my window, 
Who’s that, knocking at my door? 
Abby, knocking at my window, 
Michael, knocking at my door. 

You put your bells in 
You put your bells out 
You put your bells in 
And you shake them all about 
You do the shakey pokey 
And you turn yourself around 
That’s what it’s all about  

Jingle bells, jingle bells, 
Jingle all the way, 
Oh what fun it is to sing 
At storytime today! 
Jingle bells, jingle bells, 
Jingle all the way, 
Oh what fun it is to sing 
At storytime today!

Ring ring ring the bells, 
Happy as can be 
Ring them high 
Ring them low
Ring along with me

 

Bell horses, bell horses, 
What’s the time of day? 
One o’clock, two o’clock, 
Time to go away 

Wake up you lazy bones and go and hunt the cattle 
Wake up you lazy bones and go and 
go and hunt the cows 
[Repeat] 
The cows are lost [1 knee] 
The day is warm [other knee] 
I think I’ll rest [1 elbow] 
Till they return... [other elbow] 

Bananas unite, banana split 
Bananas unite, banana split 
Go, go, go go bananas 
Go, go, go go bananas! 
Bananas to the left 
Bananas to the right 
Peel that banana and mmmm! 
Take a bite! 

Math Moment! (From Bedtimemath.org) legomathmoment
A big part of many people’s holidays is decorating the Christmas tree. People started using live fir trees as Christmas trees hundreds of years ago in Germany. Today you can put up a real tree or a factory-made one, but here’s a third idea: a Lego tree. The Lego Store in Sydney, Australia has built a 32-foot-tall tree of Lego and Duplo bricks. Tree branches are spiky and ball ornaments are round, but the builders did an awesome job making these shapes out of rectangular bricks. They also built Lego candy canes, presents, and even a Santa holding a surfboard. The tree, which weighs 3 1/2 tons and used over half a million Lego bricks, took 5 people a whole 1,200 hours to build. It’s hard work to bring a live tree into your house, but probably easier than carrying this Lego one!

A 10-year-old won a contest to have his Lego reindeer added to the display. How many Lego legs should that reindeer have? 

Motor Boat Motor Boat 
Go so slow 
Motor Boat Motor Boat 
Go so slow 
Motor Boat Motor Boat 
Go a little faster 
Motor Boat Motor Boat 
Go a little faster 
Motor Boat Motor Boat 
The waves are getting worse! 
Motor Boat Motor Boat 
Put it in reverse! 

Here We Go 
Come along everybody, hush your talking 
All join hands and let’s go walking 
Come along everybody, stomp your feet …. 
Stretch up high … Jump up and down … bark like a dog 

Ring Around the Rosie 
Pocket full of posie 
Ashes, ashes, 
We all fall down! 
The cows are in the meadow 
Eating buttercups 
Moo, moo, 
All stand up! 

Go round and round the circle 
Go round and round the circle 
Go round and round the circle 
As we have done before 
Go in and out the circle… 
Go up and down the circle…

Blow the balloon 
Blow the balloon 
Blow and blow and blow and blow and [clap!] 
Where did my balloon go? 
Blow the balloon 
Blow the balloon 
Blow and blow and blow and blow and 
Tie it in a knot 
And put it on a string 
And let it go 
Mighty pretty motion 
Toodala 
Toodala, Toodala

Mighty pretty motion, iseveryoneready
Toodala, 
Toodala la lady. 
Rock old Soney, 
Toodala . . . 
Clap your hands . . . 
Stamp your feet . . .

Goodbye, story time! Thanks for sharing songs and stories with me!

Ms. Laurel

 

 

 

November 6 & 9, 2017

Books: 
Mr. Tiger Goes Wild (Brown) 
Wild About Us! (Beaumont) 
If You’re Happy and You Know It Jungle Edition (Warhola) Mr Tiger

Hello everybody and how are you? 
How are you, how are you, 
Hello everybody and how are you? 
How are you today? 
Come on everybody and clap your hands…. 

Who’s that, tapping at my window, 
Who’s that, knocking at my door? 
Abby, knocking at my window, 
Michael, knocking at my door. 

Bread and butter, Marmalade and Jam

Let's say hello as quiet as we can
(whisper: hello)
...
loud as we can
...slow as we can
...fast as we can
...high as we can
...low as we can
...nice as we can 

Row, row, row your boat 
Gently down the stream 
Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, 
Life is but a dream 
Row, row, row your boat down the jungle stream 
If you see a tiger Don’t forget to scream! 

Row, row, row the boat, Gently to the shore. 
If you see a lion, don't forget to roar. 
Row, row, row your boat Gently down the river 
If you see a grizzly bear don’t forget to shiver! 

Drive, drive, drive your car gently down the street 
Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily life is but a treat!

Here we go Santa Maloney 
Here we go Santa Maloney 
Here we go Santa Maloney 
As we go round about 
Tap your sticks before you 
Tap your sticks before you 
Tap your sticks before you 
As we go round about 
Tap your sticks behind you … 
Tap your sticks down low … 
Tap your sticks up high … 

The sticks on the bus go tap, tap, tap … 
pound pound pound … 
hammer hammer hammer … 
roll roll roll ... 
scrape scrape scrape

If you're happy and you know it, tap your sticks 
If you're happy and you know it, tap your sticks (2x) 
If you're happy and you know it, and you really want to show it 
If you're happy and you know it, tap your sticks 

You put your paw in, 
You put your paw out,
You put your paw in 
And you shake it all about 
You put your other paw in, 
You put your other paw out, 
You put your other paw in 
And you shake it all about 
The animals are dancing at the zoo 
And they’ve invited you!

The giraffe is as tall as tall can be 
He eats the leaves right off the tree 
His neck is long, his legs are too; 
And he can run faster than me or you! 

Math Moment! (From Bedtimemath.org) tigerjap
Jeans are just blue denim cloth with some pockets sewn on. But at the Kamine Zoo in Japan, animals have helped MAKE jeans. The zoo took big rubber tires — a favorite toy of big animals like lions and bears — and wrapped them up in blue denim. Then they let the animals claw and chew away at them. Tigers tended to work alone; bears worked in pairs, and lions piled on in groups. When they were done chewing and scratching, the zookeepers rescued the torn, shredded cloth and sewed it into jeans. They sold the jeans to make money for the zoo. 
As you see in this video, (http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2014/07/10/330443249/jeans-designed-by-lions-and-tigers-to-benefit-japanese-zoo) the claw marks make you look like you rolled around in the lion’s den yourself! If lions, tigers and bears worked on these jeans, how many types of animals helped?

 

Row boat, row boat,
Go so slow …

When the parachute goes up 
Stomp your feet 
When the parachute goes up 
Stomp your feet 
When the parachute is high 
And floats up in the sky 
When the parachute goes up 
Stomp your feet. ... 
bend your knees ...
shake your head ...
shout hooray

Go round and round the circle 
Go round and round the circle 
Go round and round the circle 
As we have done before 
Go in and out the circle… 
Go up and down the circle… 
A turkey ran away Before Thanksgiving Day 
“For they will make a feast of me If I should stay.” 
A pumpkin ran away 
Before Thanksgiving Day 
“For they will make a pie of me 
If I should stay.” 
A potato ran away 
Before Thanksgiving Day 
“For they will make a feast of me if I should stay.”

Here sits a monkey in the chair, chair, chair wild about us
He lost all the true loves he had last year 
So rise upon your feet 
And greet the first you meet 
The happiest one I know

Mighty pretty motion 
Toodala 
Toodala, Toodala 
Mighty pretty motion, 
Toodala, 
Toodala la lady. 
Rock old Soney, 
Toodala . . . 
Clap your hands . . . 
Stamp your feet . . .

Goodbye, story time! 
Thanks for sharing songs and stories with me! 

Ms. Laurel

 

 

Oct 30 & Nov 2

Books: 

We are the dinosaurs (Berkner)
Dinosaur vs. the Library (Shea) 
Dinosaur Zoom (Dale) 
Encyclopedia Prehistorica (Sabuda) 

Hello everybody and how are you? 
How are you, how are you, 
Hello everybody and how are you? we are the donosaursHow are you today? 
Come on everybody and clap your hands….

Who’s that, tapping at my window, 
Who’s that, knocking at my door? 
Abby, knocking at my window, 
Michael, knocking at my door.

Bread and butter
 
Marmalade and Jam

Let's say hello as quiet as we can 
(whisper: hello)
...loud as we can
...
slow as we can
...fast as we can
...high as we can
...low as we can
...nice as we can

If you’re a happy dino-saur-us|
CHOMP YOUR TEETH! 

If you’re a happy dino-saur-us 
CHOMP YOUR TEETH! 
If you’re a happy dino-saur-us and 
You really want to show us, 
If you’re a happy dino-saur-us 
CHOMP YOUR TEETH!
If you’re a happy dino-saur-us 
STOMP YOUR FEET! 
If you’re a happy dino-saur-us 
GIVE A ROAR! 

You put your bells in 
You put your bells out 
You put your bells in 
And you shake them all about 
You do the hokey pokey 
And you turn yourself around 
That’s what it’s all about 
You put your bells here .... there 
And you shake them in the air ....
You put your bells high 
You put your bells low You put your bells high 
Shake ‘em yes and shake ‘em no ... 
near, far, drive it like a car
fast, slow, make them stop, go, 
up, down, all around

Jingle bells, jingle bells, 
Jingle all the way, 
Oh what fun it is to sing 
At storytime today! 
Jingle bells, jingle bells, 
Jingle all the way, 
Oh what fun it is to sing 
At storytime today!

Ring ring ring the bells, 
Happy as can be 
Ring them high 
Ring them low
Ring along with me

Oh, a-hunting we will go 
A-hunting we will go 
We’ll catch a triceratops 
And feed him some lollipops 
And then we’ll let him go

The Pteranodon’s wings went 
Flap, flap, flap; Flap, flap, flap, 
Flap, flap, flap, 
The Pteranodon’s wings went 
Flap, flap, flap, 
All around the swamp. 
The Tyrannosaurus Rex went 
GRRR, GRRR, GRRR… 
The Triceratops’ horns went 
POKE, POKE, POKE… 
The Brontosaurus’ jaws went 
MUNCH, MUNCH, MUNCH… 
The Stegosaurus’ tail went 
SPIKE, SPIKE, SPIKE…

dino skelton

 

Math Moment! (From Bedtimemath.org)
A farmer in Argentina found some crazy-big bones in his field, and called in the paleontologists – scientists who dig up really, really old stuff. They named it the titanosaur since it’s so big: the thigh bone (top part of the leg) is 8 feet long! There were bones from 8 different titanosaur bodies, which they strung together to make one 122-foot-long skeleton. It’s so long that at the American Museum of Natural History, even with the body taking up two rooms, its tail sticks out the door a few feet. Not to mention that this dino stood about 46 feet tall, and the ceiling is only 19 feet high. But scientists guess that this giant weighed around 70 tons.

What numbers would you say to count the 8 titanosaurs? 

Motor boat, motor boat, 
Go so slow …

If you're happy and you know it shake the chute! 
If you're happy and you know it, shake it fast! 
If you're happy and you know it, shake it slow! 
If you're happy and you know it, lift it high! 
If you're happy and you know it, shake it low! 
If you're happy and you know it stamp your feet! 
If you're happy and you know it turn around! (hold on!) 
If you're happy and you know it pass the chute (to your neighbor) 
If you're happy and you know it pull it high (over your head) 

Go round and round the circle 
Go round and round the circle 
Go round and round the circle 
As we have done before 
Go in and out the circle… 
Go up and down the circle…

One day it rained pig drawing
And rained 
And rained 
A puddle here, 
Two puddles here 
Two more puddles there! 
Uh-oh! The puddles overflowed— 
A big puddle here. 
It rained some more. 
The puddles all flowed together 
And made a giant puddle 
“Oink, oink, oink” said the pig 
“I love puddles!”

Here sits a monkey in the chair, chair, chair
He lost all the true loves he had last year 
So rise upon your feet 
And greet the first you meet 
The happiest one I know

Mighty pretty motion 
Toodala
Toodala, Toodala 
Mighty pretty motion, 
Toodala, 
Toodala la lady. 
Rock old Soney, 
Toodala . . . 
Clap your hands . . . 
Stamp your feet . . . 
Goodbye, story time!

Thanks for sharing songs and stories with me! You’ll find the  tunes to these songs on the weekly Sing-A-Long Story Time Podcast (lpl.org, Kids & Teens, Children)

 

 

Books:

Little Wolf’s First Howling (Kvasnosky)first wolf
Tanka Tanka Skunk (Webb) 
Count the Monkeys (Barnett)

Hello everybody and how are you?
How are you, how are you, 
Hello everybody and how are you? 
How are you today? 
Come on everybody and clap your hands….

Who’s that, tapping at my window, 
Who’s that, knocking at my door? 
Abby, knocking at my window, 
Michael, knocking at my door. 

I know an old lady from Baltimore, 
Baltimore, Baltimore 
I know an old lady from Baltimore, 
Let’s see what she can do 
She can play a guitar,
I know she can 
I know she can 
I know she can 
She can play a guitar,
I know she can 
Let’s see what she can do 

The sticks on the bus go tap, tap, tap … 
pound pound pound … 
hammer hammer hammer … 
roll roll roll ... 
scrape scrape scrape 

Here we go Santa Maloney 
Here we go Santa Maloney 
Here we go Santa Maloney 
As we go round about 
Tap your sticks before you 
Tap your sticks before you 
Tap your sticks before you 
As we go round about 
Tap your sticks behind you … 
Tap your sticks down low … 
Tap your sticks up high … 

I stuck my head skunk
In the little skunk’s hole 
And the little skunk said, 
“Well, bless my soul, 
Take it out! 
Take it out! 
Take it out! 
Remove it!” 
Well, I didn’t take it out 
and I didn’t take it out 
And the little skunk said
“You’ll wish you had, 
Take it out! 
Take it out!” 
P-U! I re-moved it! 

Oh, a-hunting we will go 
A-hunting we will go 
We’ll catch a skunk 
And put him in the top bunk 
And then we’ll let him go 

Presenting—the skunk! They look cute, but skunks strike terror in the hearts of anyone who stands too close. That’s because skunks have small “glands,” or little pouches of liquid, near their hind legs that are filled with one of the yuckiest-smelling liquids out there. When a skunk gets scared, it can spray that liquid at attackers to scare them off. Skunks aren’t big, fast, strong or tough, so that’s their one weapon. By the way, if you aren’t sure what a skunk smells like, you can actually make that smell at home, using food right in your fridge To make your own skunk smell, you mix rotten eggs, coffee, and chopped garlic.

How many ingredients is that? 
Here’s the exact recipe: You need 8 rotten eggs, 2 cups of coffee and 5 spoons of garlic to make a batch of skunk smell. 

If you're happy and you know it,
lift it high! 
If you're happy and you know it, 
shake it fast!
If you're happy and you know it, 
shake it slow! 
If you're happy and you know it, 
shake it low! 

The wheels on the bus go round and round 
All through the town. 
Go round and round the circle 
Go round and round the circle 
Go round and round the circle 
As we have done before 
Go in and out the circle… 
Go up and down the circle…

One day it rained 
And rained 
And rained
A puddle here, 
Two puddles herepig
Two more puddles there! 
Uh-oh! The puddles overflowed— 
A big puddle here. 
It rained some more.
The puddles all flowed together
And made a giant puddle 
“Oink, oink, oink” said the pig 
“I love puddles!” 

Here sits a monkey in the chair, chair, chair 
He lost all the true loves he had last year 
So rise upon your feet 
And greet the first you meet 
The happiest one I know 

Mighty pretty motion 
Toodala Toodala, Toodala 
Mighty pretty motion, 
Toodala, Toodala la lady. 
Rock old Soney, Toodala . . . 
Clap your hands . . . 
Stamp your feet . . . 
Goodbye, story time! 

Thanks for sharing songs and stories with me! You’ll find the words and tunes to these songs on the weekly Sing-A-Long Story Time Podcast (lpl.org, Kids & Teens, Children) No story time next week—sign up now (after 10-16-17) for the second session of Fall Sing Along Friends. Ms. Laurel

 

Sing Along Friends Story Time
Monday and Thursday, September 25 and 28, 2017petes pizza

 

Books:

Pete’s a Pizza
William Steig  

Hi, Pizza Man
Virginia Walter

 

 

Bread and butter, marmalade and jam

Let's say hello as quiet as we can

(whisper: hello)

...loud as we can

...slow as we can

...fast as we can

...high as we can

...low as we can

...nice as we can

 

Hello everybody and how are you?

How are you, how are you,

Hello everybody and how are you?

How are you today?

Come on everybody and clap your hands‚

 

Who’s that, tapping at my window,

Who’s that, knocking at my door?

Abby, knocking at my window,

Michael, knocking at my door.

Now it's time for story time, doo da, doo da

Now it's time for story time, oh the doo da day

Raise your arms and say, Hooray! It’s a library day‚

Now it’s time for story time, oh the doo da day

Clap your hands and say‚

Stomp your feet and say‚

 

I’m gonna shake, shake, shake my sillies out,

Shake, shake, shake my sillies out,

Shake, shake, shake my sillies out,

Wiggle my waggles all away

Stretch, yawn, jump, clap

 

Where is shaker, where is shaker

Here I am, here I am!

How are you today, friend?

Very well, I thank you.

Run away. Run away.

...rolling on the floor

...jumping up and down

...shaking on my shoe

 

We’re going to Kentucky

We’re going to the fair

To see the senorita

With flowers in her hair

Shake it baby shake it

Shake it if you can

Shake it like a milkshake

And do the best you can

Shake it to the bottom

Shake it to the top

Turn around and around and around,

Until you make it stop

 

We Are the Dinosaurs by Laurie Berkner

We are the dinosaurs, marching, marching

We are the dinosaurs,

WHADDAYA THINK OF THAT?

We are the dinosaurs, marching, marching

We are the dinosaurs, we make the earth flat--

We make the earth FLAT!

We stop and eat our food, when we’re in the mood

We stop and eat our food on the groooouuund

We stop and eat our food, when we’re in the mood

We stop and eat our food, and then we march around ‘cause

 . . . (chorus)

We stop and take a rest, over in our nest

We stop and take a rest at the end of the day

We stop and take a rest, over in our nest

We stop and take a rest and then you’ll hear us say

We are the dinosaurs. . .

And then we Rooaaarrrr!

‘Cause we are the dinosaurs!

 

 

Math Moment:

Back in 2015 a guy named Mike Vegas ordered pizza and spicy wings from Domino’s. At first he ate only the pizza, but when he finally opened the wings, he found $1,300 of cash stuffed in the box! The delivery driver had taken all the money he’d collected from the deliveries before Mike and hidden it in the box, but forgot to take it out. Being a good guy, Mike brought the money back to Domino’s. They were so happy that they thanked him by giving him free pizza for a whole year. It just goes to show that being a good person pays off, especially if you really, really like pizza.

 

If Mike’s dinner had 8 pizza slices and 10 wings, which one had more pieces, the pizza or wings?

(from bedtimemath.org - Take a look at their awesome website!)

 

Little leaves go falling down

Orange and red, yellow and brown

Whirling, whirling, round and round

Down, down, down.

 

Go round and round the circle

Go round and round the circle

Go round and round the circle

As we have done before

Go in and out the circle‚

Go up and down the circle‚

 

When the parachute goes up

Stomp your feet

When the parachute goes up

Stomp your feet

When the parachute is high

And floats up in the sky

When the parachute goes up

Stomp your feet.

... bend your knees

...lift one leg

...shake your head

...shout hooray

 

Tree Song by Lorraine Hammond

This is my trunk, I’m a tall tall tree

In the autumn the apples grow on me,

They drop, they drop.

This is my trunk, I’m a tall tall tree

In the winter the snowflakes fall on me,

Brrrrr, Brrrrr

This is my trunk, I’m a tall tall tree

In the spring time the blossoms grow on me.

They open, they open.

This is my trunk, I’m a tall tall tree

In the summer the breezes blow through me,

I bend, I bend.

This is my trunk, I’m a tall tall tree

In the autumn the apples grow on me,

They drop, they drop.

 

Great big dog came down the meadow

Wagged his tail and shook the meadow

Go away dog, go away dog,

You can’t have my baby

Mama loves you, Papa loves you

Everybody loves the baby

 

Mighty pretty motion

Toodala

Toodala, Toodala

Mighty pretty motion,

Toodala,

Toodala la lady.

Rock old Soney,

Toodala . . .

Clap your hands . . .

Stamp your feet . . .

Goodbye, story time!

 

Thanks for sharing songs and stories with me!

You’ll find the words and tunes to these songs on the weekly Sing-A-Long Story Time Podcast 

 

Ms. Laurel                   

Sing Along Friends Story Time
Monday and Thursday, September 18 and 21, 2017fall is not easy

Books:
Fall Is Not Easy (Kelley)
Hocus Pocus, It’s Fall! (O’Brien)
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves (Colandro)

Bread and butter, marmalade and jam
Let's say hello as quiet as we can
(whisper: hello)
...loud as we can
...slow as we can
...fast as we can
...high as we can
...low as we can
...nice as we can

Hello everybody and how are you?
How are you, how are you,
Hello everybody and how are you?
How are you today?
Come on everybody and clap your
hands….

Who’s that, tapping at my window,
Who’s that, knocking at my door?
Abby, knocking at my window,
Michael, knocking at my door.
Now it's time for story time, doo da, doo da
Now it's time for story time, oh the doo da day
Raise your arms and say “Hooray! It’s a library day”

Now it’s time for story time, oh the doo da day
Clap your hands and say…
Stomp your feet and say…
If you're happy and you know it,
shake your egg (2x)
If you're happy and you know it,
and you really want to show it
If you're happy and you know it,
shake your egg.

I like apples, I like apples,
Nice and sweet, nice and sweet.
Crunchy, crunchy, crunchy.
Munchy, munchy, munchy.
Good to eat, good to eat!
I like ice cream, I like ice cream
Nice and sweet, nice and sweet
Ooshy ooshy ooshy, gooshy gooshy gooshy,
Good to eat, good to eat!
I like popcorn...
What a treat, what a treat
Crunchy crunchy crunchy
Munchy munchy
Good to eat, good to eat!

Way up high in the apple tree
Two little apples smiled at me.
I shook that tree as hard as I could
Down came the apples!
MMM! They were good!

Little leaves go falling down
Orange and red, yellow and brown
Whirling, whirling, round and round
Down, down, down.
Go round and round the circle
Go round and round the circle
Go round and round the circle
As we have done before
Go in and out the circle…
Go up and down the circle…

When the parachute goes up
Stomp your feet
When the parachute goes up
Stomp your feet
When the parachute is high
And floats up in the sky
When the parachute goes up
Stomp your feet.
... bend your knees
...lift one leg
...shake your head
...shout hooray

I start out green
Often fragile and small
I grow through 2 seasons
On something tall
But there are changes
When the nights turn cool
That happen to me
When kids go back to school
I’m a leaf! On a growing tree
Watch me turn color—
One, two, three!

Tree Song by Lorraine Hammond
This is my trunk, I’m a tall tall tree
In the autumn the apples grow on me,
They drop, they drop.
This is my trunk, I’m a tall tall tree
In the winter the snowflakes fall on me,
Brrrrr, Brrrrr
This is my trunk, I’m a tall tall tree
In the springtime the blossoms grow on me.
They open, they open.
This is my trunk, I’m a tall tall tree
In the summer the breezes blow through me,
I bend, I bend.
This is my trunk, I’m a tall tall tree
In the autumn the apples grow on me,
They drop, they drop.

Come up horsey, hey hey
Come up horsey, hey hey
Come up horsey, hey hey
Come up horsey, hey hey
Mama’s gonna buy you a little lap dog…
Put him in your lap when she goes off
Mama’s gonna buy you a little blue bird…
Gonna sing (whistle)
When she goes off
Mama’s gonna make you an apple pie…
Hush little baby, don’t you cry
Mighty pretty motion
Toodala
Toodala, Toodala
Mighty pretty motion,
Toodala,
Toodala la lady.
Rock old Soney,
Toodala . . .
Clap your hands . . .
Stamp your feet . . .
Goodbye, story time!

You’ll find the words and tunes to these songs on the weekly Sing-A-Long Story Time Podcast 

Thanks for sharing songs and stories with me!

Ms. Laurel

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