Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Whale Watching Aquarium of the Pacific Long Beach

The Whale
The whale is swimming out to sea,
Out to sea, out to sea,
The whale is swimming out to sea
Early in the morning.

The whale is diving far below,
Far below, far below,
The whale is diving far below,
Early in the morning.

The whale is coming up for air,
Up for air, up for air,
The whale is coming up for air,
Early in the morning.
 Unknown Author

 
 Ocean waves
Ocean breeze
Ocean air
Ocean life
Where have you been all my life?

The Whale
The whale is swimming out to sea,
Out to sea, out to sea,
The whale is swimming out to sea
Early in the morning.

The whale is diving far below,
Far below, far below,
The whale is diving far below,
Early in the morning.

The whale is coming up for air,
Up for air, up for air,
The whale is coming up for air,
Early in the morning.


Whale Sailing
Helen H. Moore

Would you go for a sail
On the back of a whale?
Would you sail through the ocean, so blue?

There's a lot you could see
(If the whale would agree)
It's more fun than a trip to the zoo!

So please take the chance,
if the chance you should get,
You'll get mighty wet,
But it's worth it, you bet,
Just be sure to rub on suntan lotion!

An Invitation
Maria Fleming

Let's take a trip, just you and me,
Through the blue and sparkling sea.
I'll give you a ride upon my tail.
You'll see what it's like to be a whale.
We'll leap and dive and chase the fish,
Then swim and splash as long as we wish.
And when we're done and playing in the icy deep,
We'll let the waves rock us to sleep.


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