Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

Anywhere Teacher

Iguana

“Iguana, my lizard from Guiana, come dance with me.” A Latin rhythm enlivens this song about a dashing and debonair reptile. “Here and now beneath the starry skies. Once, I tried to cha-cha with a chameleon, and she changed before my very eyes.” Kids learn rhyme, rhythm, and imagination from this likable lizard. Vocabulary, too. Cha, cha, cha!

Lyrics: 
Iguana Iguana, just tell me that you wanna Come and dance with me. Iguana, you know you wanna, come down from that tree. Because dancing is the thing I love to do Here and now beneath the starry skies. Once, I tried to cha-cha with a chameleon, And she changed before my very eyes. Iguana, my lizard from Guiana, Come and dance with me. Iguana, you know you wanna, come down from that tree. Iguana, my lizard prima donna, lives up in a tree. Iguana, my reptile from Guiana, Come and dance with me. Music By: Kevin Yon, Greg Poltrock Performed By: Kevin Yon