Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

Amanda in the Outfield

“All right, team. It’s the last inning. Grab your gloves and get on out there.” Amanda doesn’t really like playing outfield, but in this particular game, in her daydreaming she catches a win for her team, with a little help from a winged friend. Whether a real or imaginary “assist,” the victory is sweet for sure! Kids’ imagination will soar.

Lyrics: 
Amanda in the Outfield Coach: “Alright, team, it’s the last inning. Grab your gloves and get on out there. Let’s see if we can win this one. Amanda, play outfield.” Amanda: “How come I always have to play outfield? Whoa, look at those big puffy clouds up there. They look so soft and comfy. That’s where I’d like to be. Maybe if I close my eyes and wish real hard—whoa...whoa...whoa...whoa...I did it, I’m flying. This is amazing.” “I can see the game so much better from up here. Is that a tree or antlers on a deer? Is that a strike the umpire called? Yikes, I guess my dad is really going bald.” “Look it’s Tommy, he’s pounding on his chest. Does Jimmy like me or Samantha the best? Hey, Mr. Seagull, what’s the score of this game?” Johnny Snow: “I’m not really sure, those numbers all look the same.” Amanda: “Hey, you can talk!” Johnny Snow: “Of course, my dear, and I found this. What is this?” Amanda: “It’s our baseball,” Johnny Snow: “Oh, yes, if I were you I’d bring it back down there.” Amanda: “Oh, thanks.” Johnny Snow: “You know, your friends look awfully happy.” Amanda: “They do?” Johnny Snow: “Yes, it’s probably time for you to go. Come and see me sometime, My name is Johnny Snow.” Amanda: “Oh, thanks Johnny Snow. See you later!” Written By: David John Performed By: Amanda Wright, Michael Page