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The Water Cycle Song To the tune of “The Ants Go Marching” By Ms. Simon
The rain keeps falling down in drops Drip Drop, Drip Drop
The water cycle never stops Drip Drop, Drip Drop
Rain, hail, and icy snow precipitate down below,
And the sun keeps shining down, all around As water evaporates.
The water vapor travels straight Up High, So High
The cold air makes it condensate Up High, So High
Clouds form on dust in the air And hold more water than clouds can bear
Then the rain keeps falling down, To the ground And the cycle goes around
Driiip Drooop Drriiiiipp Drrooopp
The water cycle never stops!
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