30 Mars 2016
When Mister South wind sighs in the pine
Old Mister Winter whimpers in wine
Down in the meadow, under the snow
April is teaching green things to grow
When Mister West Wind Howls in a glade
Old Mister Summer nods in the shade
Down in the meadow deep in the brook
Catfish are waiting for the hook
Old Lady Blackbird flirts with the scarecrow
Scarecrow is waving at the moon
Old Mister Moon makes hearts everywhere
Go Bump, bump, with the magic of June
When Mister East Wind shouts over head
Then all the leaves turn yellow and red
Down in the meadow, cornstalks'll hide
Pumpkins are ripe and ready for pie !
When Mister Northwind rolls on the breeze
Old Father Christmas trims over trees
Down in the meadow, snow softly glees
Earth goes to sleep and smile in her dream
Paroles de Ken Darby et Lionel Newman.
Tirée film La rivière sans retour/The river of no return.