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    Question SONGS FOR TEACHING (URGENT)

    Dear teachers, "URGENT"

    I need the songs "Mr. Monday" and "Good Bye Rainbows." I have just heard the song "Mr. Monday" from Youtube, but the lyrics are different. Other songs will be fine as far as we can use for teaching past tense, used to, etc.

    Please help me (for practice).

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: SONGS FOR TEACHING (URGENT)

    Quote Originally Posted by sio View Post
    Dear teachers, "URGENT"

    I need the songs "Mr. Monday" and "Good Bye Rainbows." I have just heard the song "Mr. Monday" from Youtube, but the lyrics are different. Other songs will be fine as far as we can use for teaching past tense, used to, etc.

    Please help me (for practice).

    Thanks.

    Dear sio,

    take a look here:
    http://www.usingenglish.com/forum/te...ish-songs.html

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