Contact_FullName:
Rivkah
Contact_Email:
ikaden@aol.com

10-16-00

Song for Sukkot tune- Did you ever see a Lassie? 

Did you ever shake a lulav, a lulav, a lulav? 
Did you ever shake a lulav on Sukkot day? S
hake it upwards and downwards 
And forwards and backwards, 
Did you ever shake a lulav on Sukkot day?


Contact_FullName:
Rivkah
Contact_Email:
ikaden@aol.com

To the tune of Skip To My Loo 

Shake your lulav with a shake, shake, shake, 
Shake your lulav with a shake, shake, shake, 
Shake your lulav with a shake, shake, shake, 
Shake it on Sukkot


Contact_FullName:
Linda
Contact_Email:
Snowbow@Juno.com

10-16-00

To the tune of " One Bottle of Pop"

1 Sukka hut, 2 Sukka huts, 3 Sukka huts, 4 Sukka huts, 5 Sukka huts, 6 Sukka huts, 7 Sukka huts, 8.

Sukkus is a festival, festival, festival. Sukkus is a festival, Lets pick some fruit.

(repeat) 1 lulav, etc. Let's shake the lulav

(repeat) 1 estrog, etc. Let's smell the estrog.


Contact_FullName:
Linda
Contact_Email:
snowbow@Juno.com

10-16-00

To the tune of "Shake my sillies out" Raffi

I wanna shake, shake, shake my lulav out, 
Shake, shake, shake my lulav out. 
Shake, shake, shake my lulav and I'll say the brucha.


Contact_FullName:
Rivkah
Contact_Email:
ikaden@aol.com

To the tune of Take Me Out To The Ballgame 

Take me out to the Sukkah 
Take me out in the fall 
Put some shchach (leaves, branches) on top of it 
And decorations on to the wall 
We will shake, shake, shake, the lulav 
Along with the etrog too 
And there's one, two, three haddasim and four aravot.

Haddasim are the myrtle branches attached to the palm-lulav, and the aravot are the willows. The etrog is the citron fruit.


Contact_FullName:
Barbara
Contact_Email:
Bwisnoff@msn.com

10-3-00

Perot, Perot, Who wants to but Perot.. Perot for Sukkot.. Apple, grape and oranges Apples, grapes and oranges... A tomato on the roof... Perot for Sukkot... (You can chant.. Perot means fruit.)