Valentine’s Day Songs

Today we’re making Valentines with scissors, paint and glue.

When yours is dry and ready, I’ll be sending it to you!

I’ll put it in an envelope, I’ll write your name in red!

I’ll sign it hugs and kisses from your very best friend!

Copyright Jane Kitson 1998 available in her newest book to be released this spring!

Oh My Darling Valentine (Sung to: Oh My Darling Clementine)

Hh my darling oh my darling

Oh my daaarling valentine

How I love you

How I miss you

Oh my daaarling valentine

Come to me please

Be with me please

Oh my darling valentine I love you sooooo

Name: Daylene This was written by my wonderful 10 year old daughter—Christina. The chant was composed in the Valentine section of our local Walmart while we were purchasing Valentine cards.

Five Little Valentines At The Walmart Store

Five little Valentines at the Walmart Store

(child’s name) bought one and then there were four!

Four little Valentines, oh can you see?

(child’s name) bought one and then there were three.

Three little Valenties that look so blue

(child’s name) bought one and then there were two.

Two little valentines, having lots of fun,

(child’s name) bought one and then there was one!

One little valentine, having lots of fun!

(child’s name) bought one and then there were none!

Ten Little Valentines (Tune Ten Little Indians)

One little, two little, three little valentines.

Four little, five little, six little valentines.

Seven little, eight little, nine little valentines.

Ten litle valentines in a row!

Do You Know My Valentine? (Sung to the tune The Muffin Man)

Do you know my valentine,

My valentine, my valentine?

Do you know my valentine?

His/her name is _________.

Valentines by Liz and Dick Wilmes, Building Blocks Magazine, February 1995.

Valentines, valentines (Flash Fingers)

Red, white, and blue.

I have made special ones

For you, and you, and you!


One thought on “Valentine’s Day Songs”

  1. (Marry Had a Little Lamb)
    You’re a special friend of mine,
    Friend of mine, friend of mine,
    You’re a special friend of mine,
    Be my Valentine

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