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Flannel Friday: Aiken Drum

May 3, 2013

The Scottish folk song Aiken Drum is a popular song and flannel with many Flannel Friday participants, including this week’s Scottish host. I particularly like Leah Salomaa‘s voice and version. In her version, he plays a ladle, has hair made of spaghetti, eyes of meatballs, nose of cheese and mouth of pizza. My craters are not attached to my moon surface so they can be added and named in a participatory manner.

Aiken Drum

Other Flannel Friday Aiken Drum versions:

Straight from Scotland, Library Quine.

Miss Mary Liberry

A Spanish version from Katie at ¡Es divertido hablar dos idiomas!

Finding Flannel Friday

This week’s Flan­nel Fri­day host is Loons and Quines @ Librarytime. You can also find past and future roundups and lots more infor­ma­tion about Flan­nel Fri­day at the Flan­nel Fri­day web­site. For a visual round-up of all post­ings, check out Flan­nel Fri­day on Pin­ter­est.

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