St. Patrick’s Rap
March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day! To help you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, Mr. Henry wrote a crazy catchy rap song about … well… St. Patrick! There’s some fun rhythm play alongs. You’ll also learn a little bit about the history of St. Patrick as you’re grooving along. We hope you enjoy!
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To continue our celebration of Irish music and to get ready for St. Patrick's Day, we present the Saint Patrick Rap. The St. Patrick Rap can be found in video format at Mr. Henry's Music World YouTube channel. A link will be in the description box. We hope you enjoy!
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