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Cant believe there are more folks out there with the song! Words slightly different than ours...but amazing. we have been singing the song on THanksgiving for over 60 years! the great singing Garofalo Family in NY and Charlotte!
been looking for one of these lines for over 30 years... learned this song in Kindergarten. Thanks
Dear Friends, I learned this song at P.S. 108 in Brooklyn 60 years ago. I've never heard or seen it since. Thanks for posting it!Arnie Matlin
I too learned this song in elementary school PS 35 Hollis, Queens, must has been 60 years ago. From time to time I remember it and sing i and no one has heard of it so glad to find this site
learned the Pumpkin Pie Song n PS 151 Queens from Mrs. Gertrude Prinzi and have been singing it before every Thanksgiving pumpkin pie since about 1965. Anyone else remember Mrs. P?
I have been searching for the words to this kindergarten song for decades! Just for the record, I first heard this one in 1948, P.S. 238, Brooklyn, NYOh, those really were the days.....!!!!Roger M.
I stumbled on to this blog when I did a search for Prinzi, PS151 teacher. I remember Mrs. Prinzi well. I was in her first Glee Club at PS151 in 1959 to 1961. I've always wanted to get in touch with her. My sister, who taught at PS151 said after retiring, she moved to somewhere in the midwest. Mrs. Prinzi had the most beautiful voice.To Lee,Los Angeles, CAsilverlake.firstname.lastname@example.org
I was searching for the lyrics of this song because my Aunt Jolene had mentioned it to me. She had learned it at PS 201 Brooklyn when she was in first grade! I teach music and movement to preschoolers at Thistlewaithe Learning Center, a Montessori preschool. I was elated ( as was she) when I googled it and found it! Thank you to all of those who posted it. It has given both of us a lot of joy.Loretta
i LOVE this!!! My mother used to sing this song when I was a kid in Brooklyn. This brings back such warm memories!!
And I learned this song in PS 121, Queens! How great to find it!
I learned this in P.S. 171 in Brooklyn, and, except for a few word changes, it is what we still sing today! Love it...thanks for sharing.
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