Songs To Study English 1

A NEW DAY HAS COME
Grammar: Present Perfect, Past Tenses review 5Level: intermediate, upper-intermediate

by CELINE DION
CD track 1 Teacher’s notes 1. Beforehand, write on the board: angel, miracle, fear, light, to make it through, boy, soul, to shed a tear, to hold on. Tell the students that they are going 10to listen to a song called A New Day Has Come. The words on the board were taken from it. Be sure that your students understand them. Offer your group to predict this song is about. 2. Play the song and then check the general understanding. 3. Give out the worksheets. Let the students read and ask for the meaning of 15unknown words. Play the song again and do the first task. Students check their answers with their partners and then the pairs discuss them in an open group. 4. Do ex. 2. 5. Tell your students that the changes between then and now are also implicated into the tenses. Ask them what tenses are used in lines 6 – 13 (Past 20Simple and Past Continuous). First, compare them to the lines 24 – 27 (Past Simple vs Present Simple). Then pay attention to the lines 14 – 23 (Present Simple, Present Continuous and Present Perfect). Why has the things changed so dramatically? Because ‘a new day has come’, the girl has met a boy she loves… All the changes referring to the very moment in present are expressed with a help of The Present 25Perfect Tense. Elicit / explain the meaning and usage of this tense. Ask your students to find one more example of it (I’ve been touched… - Present Perfect Passive). Lyrics and answers Ex. 1. 30A new day has come And the world thought I had it all A new day has come But I was waiting for you I was waiting for so long 40 Chorus: For a miracle to come Hush, now Everyone told me to be strong I see a light in the sky 35Hold on and don't shed a tear Oh, it's almost blinding me Through the darkness and good times I can't believe I've been touched I knew I'd make it through 45 by an angel with love Let the rain come down and

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‘A New Day Has Come’ is the lead single from Céline Dion's comeback album A New Day Has Come, released on March 11, 2002. The song was written by Aldo Nova and Stephan Moccio. ‘A New Day Has Come’ was very successful around the world. On the U.S. Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks, the song stayed on top twenty-one weeks.

Songs To Study English 1 wash away my tears Where there was weakness I found my Let it fill my soul and drown my strength fears All in the eyes of a boy Let it shatter the walls for a new Chorus. 5 sun 15Let the rain come down and wash A new day has come away my tears A new day has come Let it fill my soul and drown my fears Where there was dark now there's Let it shatter the walls for a new sun light A new day has come 10Where there was pain now there's joy 20 Repeat the chorus and fade Ex. 2. Then – now, dark – light, weakness – strength, pain – joy

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A NEW DAY HAS COME

by CELINE DION

1. Read the text. There are five wrong words in it. Listen and correct them. 5A new day has come A new day has come I was waiting for so long For a miracle to come Everyone told me to be weak 10Hold on and don't shed a tear Through the darkness and bad times I knew I'd make it through And the world thought I had it all But I was waiting for you 15 Chorus: Hush, now I see a light in the night Oh, it's almost blinding me I can't believe I've been touched by an angel with love 20 Let the rain come down and wash away my tears Let it fill my soul and drown my fears Let it shatter the walls for a new sun A new day has come A new day has come 25Where there was dark now there's light Where there was pain now there's joy Where there was weakness I lost my strength All in the heart of a boy Chorus. 30Let the rain come down and wash away my tears Let it fill my soul and drown my fears Let it shatter the walls for a new sun A new day has come Repeat the chorus and fade 2. Find the opposites in the text. then _____________ dark _____________ weakness _____________ pain _____________

he remembers how it all began. who said the idea for the song had come while he was riding home from work on a bus. After listening to some stories ask if an umbrella can be involved 10in a love story. Explain / elicit the usage of would for the past habits. Is refrain about the past or the future? Mostly about the past (except for the last line). ‘Bus Stop’ is a song recorded and released as a single by the British pop band The Hollies.No. Ask your students which word is omitted twice. Point that she’d shop = she would shop 6. 5. 20it isn’t. playwright Hyme Gouldman. ‘Someday my name and hers are going to be the same’. Play the song. Play the song and let them write in the word would. reaching #5 in the UK Singles Chart. Ask some questions. It became a hit in 1966. she's there I say Please share my umbrella Bus stop. 3. reaching #5 on the Billboard charts in September 1966. So. Students should match the words from the ex. 25 5. Bring a picture of an umbrella. she stays love grows Under my umbrella 35All that summer we enjoyed it Wind and rain and shine That umbrella we employed it By August she was mine Lyrics and answers Ex. 5c. upper-intermediate CD track 2 Teacher’s notes 1. 7g Ex. wet day. It was written by UK songwriter Graham Gouldman. Explain that these words were taken from a song called ‘Bus Stop’. Ask your students to make some short stories about this object. Let the students check their ideas. It was the Hollies' first US top ten hit. You may show a picture of an English bus 15stop (of an old one is more preferable). 6e. Nice to think that that umbrella Led me to a vow {Refrain} 60Repeat the 1st verse 40{Refrain} Every morning I would see her waiting at the stop Sometimes she'd shop and she would show me what she bought 45All the people stared as if we were both quite insane Someday my name and hers are going to be the same 50That's the way the whole thing started Silly. now .An umbrella.BUS STOP by THE HOLLIES 5 would Level: intermediate. The opening lines were written by his father. Ask students to guess how could they be joined together. 1. How did it all begin? Because of what? . What is this song about? 4. but it's true Thinking of a sweet romance Beginning in a queue Came the sun. 2. What verb forms are used? Give some examples. 1f. 30 Bus stop. 2d. the ice was melting 55No more sheltering. Is their romance over? . 2. bus go. Give out the worksheets. 1. 3a. 4b.

but it's true Thinking of a sweet romance Beginning in a queue 35Came the sun. bus go. the ice was melting No more sheltering. she stays love grows Under my umbrella All that summer we enjoyed it 20Wind and rain and shine That umbrella we employed it By August she was mine {Refrain} 25Every morning I _________ see her waiting at the stop Sometimes she'd shop and she __________ show me what she bought All the people stared as if we were both quite insane Someday my name and hers are going to be the same 30 That's the way the whole thing started Silly. 1) shelter a) love 52) insane b) line 3) romance c) look very attentively 4) queue d) crazy 5) stare e) serious promise (e. during the wedding) 106) vow f) protected place 7) umbrella g) a thing protecting you against rain or hot sun 2. she's there I say Please share my umbrella Bus stop. g. wet day. now Nice to think that that umbrella Led me to a vow 40{Refrain} Repeat the 1st verse 45 . What word is omitted twice? 15Bus stop. Listen again. Match the words.BUS STOP by THE HOLLIES 1.

Ask them to write Daniel Alomía Robles out more ‘nature’ words (animals. worldwide due to a cover version by 4. basic-track and wrote entirely new. Check the answers. if I could. Forest – street. forest. Lyrics and answers Ex. unrelated 6. 10Possible answers: sparrow. sparrow – snail. swan. objects) whilewritten in 1913 and based listening. ground. hammer – nail. 3. Play the song. Ex. ‘If you could chose how is called El Condor Pasa would you rather call it? Would you remain this name or (If I Could). This cover version 15 5. I'd rather sail away Like a swan that's here and gone A man gets tied up to the ground He gives the world it's saddest sound Its saddest sound 35 I'd rather be a forest5 than a street6 Yes I would. Ask a question (it might be written on the board). 2. which in 1970 a Simon & Garfunkel is not on their literal translation. 25I'd rather be a sparrow1 than a snail2 Yes I would. It is possibly the bestknown Peruvian song 3. I surely would I'd rather feel the earth beneath my feet Yes I would. I surely would 30Away. Do ex. 2. theon traditional earth… Andean folk tunes. Explain to the students a construction of the lyrics. 1. Now. if I only could. 1. Follow up. if I could. Play the song again. 5) snail. I surely would I'd rather be a hammer3 than a nail4 Yes I would. 2) forest. Paul Simon give another one?’ While answering elicit the structure (If I could chose) I’d rather call it / I would call it… (you used the instrumental version of Los Incas as the may also write it as a prompt). And ask lyrics. 4) sparrow. Ask them to guess it (If I Could). Tell the students that they are going to listen to a song based on a Peruvian composer (Peruvian) melody called El Condor Pasa (Flight Of The Condor). 3) hammer. let them practice ex.of the Condor) is a song from the zarzuela (Spanish 5 CD track 3 lyric-dramatic genre) Teacher’s notes El Cóndor Pasa by the 1. if I only could. 1) nail. EL CONDOR PASA (IF I COULD) by SIMON‘El Cóndor Pasa’ (Flight AND GARFUNKEL Level: intermediate 20them to write their own text using opposites and I’d rather structure. snail. 6) street Ex. Bridge Over Troubled Water album. 2. places. Tel the group that this piece has another English name. I surely would 40 EL CONDOR PASA (IF I COULD) .

forest 5a)_______ b)_______ c)_______ d)_______ e)_____ f)_______ 2. if I could. I'd rather sail away Like a swan that's here and gone A man gets tied up to the ground He gives the world it's saddest sound Its saddest sound 25 I'd rather be a __________5 than a ___________6 Yes I would. _________________________________________ _________________________________________ 35_________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ . forest snail 10sparrow nail hammer street 3. I surely would I'd rather be a _________3 than a ________4 Yes I would. Write the words from the box. nail. Match the words which are thought to be the opposites. sparrow. if I only could. Forest. I surely would 20Away. Listen and check. if I only could. hammer. 1 into this text. Put the words for ex. Think of some opposites and try to write a similar poem using I’d rather / If I could / I would. I surely would 30 4. if I could.by SIMON AND GARFUNKEL 1. 15I'd rather be a ________1 than a _________2 Yes I would. I surely would I'd rather feel the earth beneath my feet Yes I would. street. snail.

released in 1995. Tell your students to concentrate on the endings of the lines and fill in the gaps marked with numbers with the words given. the twenty-fifth studio album by English singer/songwriter Elton John (the author of such famous songs as Nikita. The 25second student should guess it. 20 4. ‘House’ is taken from ‘Made in England’. and with the exception of the title track. all of the album's songs have one-word titles. This is a room (place. You may also elicit the difference between ‘It belongs to me’ and ‘They belong to me’.HOUSE by ELTON JOHN 5 this – that (is). 2. ‘The Lion King’ soundtrack etc). Refresh the usage of this – that. Play the song. Follow up. relax). An interesting peculiarity is that. 5. Candle In The Wind. Pair / Group work. a place where… CD track 4 Teacher’s notes 1. Then check. Tell your students to concentrate on the beginnings of the lines and fill in the gaps marked with letters with proper pronouns. 6. Bring a picture of a house (room). Lyrics and answers 30 This is my house1 This is where I live2 That is the winter Those are the trees3 I can hear them breathe 35 This is my bed4 This is where I sleep5 That was the dark Those are my dreams they belong to me 40 This is my floor6 This is where I lie This is a square room7 That was a bright light Thesea are not my eyes 45 What is my soul? Where is my tired heart? Thatb is the question Where is the answer? Inside my house 50 And I sit by the window8 And I wish I was rain I want to fall from the sky I want to get wet all over the rain 'Cause this is my house9 55 It belongs to me Inside my head It's all that's left Thisc is my house Thisd is my bed 60 This is where I sleep Thate was the dark Thosef are my dreams They belong to me This is my house 65 This is my house This is my house Yeah this is my house This is my house This is my house 70 This is my house . Then let your students practice in showing and naming some objects using the structure This is a_____ / That is a_____ / These are the______ / Those are the_______. First let the students check their answers with their partners. much unlike his previous works. Check the answers. thing) where I ______ (eat. Play the song. 15 3. sleep. One student thinks of an object and describes it using where. these – those by showing and 10naming the objects. these – those (are).

Listen to the song one more time and fill in the gaps with numbers in the endings of the lines. room. trees. house (*2). window. live. Write the words from the box. Write this. Listen to the song and fill in the gaps with letters in the beginning of the lines. 2.HOUSE by ELTON JOHN 51. bed. these or those. that. 10 Floor. sleep This is my ____________1 This is where I _________2 That is the winter Those are the ________3 I can hear them breathe This is my ______4 This is where I ______5 That was the dark Those are my dreams they belong to me This is my _________6 This is where I lie This is a square ________7 That was a bright light ________a are not my eyes What is my soul? Where is my tired heart? ______b is the question Where is the answer? Inside my house And I sit by the _________8 And I wish I was rain I want to fall from the sky I want to get wet all over the rain 'Cause this is my _______9 It belongs to me Inside my head It's all that's left __________c my house _________d my bed This is where I sleep 45 _________e was the dark _________f are my dreams They belong to me This is my house This is my house 50 This is my house Yeah this is my house This is my house This is my house This is my house 15 20 25 30 35 40 .

Ask your students the following questions. At the time of its release. Fridays I go painting in the Louvre I'm bound to be proposing on a Saturday night (There he 30goes again) I'll be lazing on a Sunday lazing on a Sunday lazing on a Sunday afternoon. Lyrics and answers 20Ex. ‘Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon’ is a song by the group singer Mercury. Write out and pre-teach / refresh the words and 10phrases: honeymoon. prepositions 5phrasal verbs Level: intermediate CD track 5 Teacher’s notes 1. bound to be proposal. produced through headphones elsewhere in the studio in a tin bucket. as there were no more tracks to record on. ordinary guy. I'll be lazing on a Sunday afternoon 25Bicycling on every Wednesday evening Thursday I go waltzing to the Zoo I come from London town. I'm just an ordinary guy. it was the most expensive album ever recorded. A Night at the Opera has been consistently voted by the public and cited by music publications as one of Queen's finest works. 2. and has frequently been described as one of the greatest albums ever recorded. 40 45 50 55 .LAZING ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON by QUEEN ‘Lazing on a Sunday Future forms (Simple and Continuous). Now ask the students to listen to the song and say if the character is ‘an ordinary guy’? Why (not)? 4. The lead vocal was sung in studio. article the. Ex. 1 I go out to work on a Monday morning Tuesday I go off to honeymoon I'll be back again before it's time for Sunny-down. which gives it a hollow "megaphone" sound. Do the worksheet tasks. A microphone picked up the sound from the bucket. 2 351) Be back 2) go out 3) go off 4) come from Afternoon’ is a song from ‘A Night at the Opera’ the fourth album by English rock group Queen. The guitar solo is also reported to have been recorded on the vocal track. Why do you think ‘lazing’? What do ordinary people do during the 15week? 3. released in November 1975. He played piano and did all of the vocals. The song is called ‘Lazing On A Sunday Afternoon’.

the. I'___ just an ordinary guy. 203. Find the phrasal verbs with the following meanings: 1) Come back____________ 2) Leave (a room)__________ 3) Go or run away___________ 4) Be born in________________ 25 30 35 40 LEMON TREE . I'____ be lazing ____ a Sunday afternoon 10Bicycling ____ every Wednesday evening Thursday I go waltzing to ____ Zoo I come from London town. Listen to the song and check yourselves. ’m. Fridays I go painting in _____ Louvre I'm bound to be proposing ____ a Saturday night (There he goes 15again) I'___ be lazing ____ a Sunday lazing ____ a Sunday lazing ____ a Sunday afternoon. I go out to work ____ a Monday morning Tuesday I go off to honeymoon I'____ be back again before it's time for Sunny-down. 5 On. ’ll. Fill in the gaps. 2.LAZING ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON by QUEEN 1.

Play the song. 15Mind that there some verbs in different tenses. Discuss the students’ answers. Why is The band recorded a new the room boring? It’s another rainy Sunday afternoon. 3. So. Ask for any vocabulary difficulties. wonder I wonder how I wonder why Yesterday you told me 'bout the blue 85blue sky And all that I can see. He’s got for their 2009 release High nothing to do. and all that I can see Is just a yellow lemon-tree 50 I'm sitting here I miss the power I'd like to go out taking a shower But there's a heavy cloud inside my 90 . Pay attention to the spelling (sitting. Ask your group to explain these forms. what is he doing? Open the brackets.The Best of Fools Garden. Introduce the song. Now. Give out the 1996. and all that I can see. Students have to decide if Fool's Garden from the album Dish of the Day. it is a sad or a happy one. Times . Is a narrator happy or sad? which was released as a Listen to the song and write out some activities what single in 1995 and became he’s doing now. nothing ever happens and I wonder 60 Isolation is not good for me Isolation I don't want to sit on the lemon-tree I'm steppin' around in the desert of joy 65Baby anyhow I'll get another toy And everything will happen and you wonder 70I wonder why I wonder how 40I wonder why I wonder how Yesterday you told me 'bout the blue blue sky And all that I can see is just a yellow lemon-tree 45I'm turning my head up and down I'm turning turning turning turning turning around And all that I can see is just another lemon-tree Yesterday you told me 'bout the blue blue sky And all that I can see is just another lemon-tree 75I'm turning my head up and down I'm turning turning turning turning turning around And all that I can see is just a yellow lemon-tree 80And I wonder. 5 Lyrics and answers 55head 20I'm sitting here in the boring room It's just another rainy Sunday afternoon I'm wasting my time I got nothing to do 25I'm hanging around I'm waiting for you But nothing ever happens and I wonder 30I'm driving around in my car I'm driving too fast I'm driving too far I'd like to change my point of view I feel so lonely 35I'm waiting for you But nothing ever happens and I wonder I feel so tired Put myself into bed Well. stepping). version of the song in prior He’s waiting for his girlfriend. worksheets. a major international hit in 10 2.Грамматика: Present Continuous Level: intermediate by FOOL’S GARDEN CD track 6 ‘Lemon Tree’ is a song by German pop band Teacher’s notes 1. She isn’t coming. play the song again and let the students check their answers.

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nothing ever ____________ (happen) and I wonder 60Isolation is not good for me around in my car I'm _____________ (drive) too fast I'm _____________ (drive) too 25far I'd like to change my point of view I feel so lonely I'm ______________ (wait) for 30you But nothing ever ____________ (happen) and I wonder I wonder how 35I wonder why Yesterday you ___________ (tell) me 'bout the blue blue sky And all that I can see is just a 40yellow lemon-tree I'm _____________ (turn) my head up and down I'm turning turning turning Isolation I don't want to sit on the lemon-tree I'm ____________ (step) around 65in the desert of joy Baby anyhow I'll get another toy And everything ________________ (happen) and 70you wonder I wonder how I wonder why Yesterday you _______ (tell) 75me 'bout the blue blue sky And all that I 80can see.LEMON TREE by FOOL’S GARDEN Open the brackets. and all . 5 I'm ______________ (sit) here in the boring room It's just another rainy Sunday afternoon 10I'm ______________ (waist) my time I got nothing to do I'm _______________ (hang around) 15I'm ______________ (wait) for you But nothing ever __________ (happen) and I wonder 20I'm _____________ (drive) turning turning around 45And all that I can see is just another lemon-tree I'm ____________ (sit) here I miss the power 50I'd like to go out taking a shower But there's a heavy cloud inside my head I feel so tired 55Put myself into bed Well. Write the verbs in correct form. The listen and check.

It is a good activity for St. meet – part. Ask your class to find out how we call our love(r). Always. Tell a heart was Ken Darby (Matson's husband). We call our love (My) darling / (My) dear. a sentimental Civil War ballad with music by George R. Down 1. Ask if they know it. 5. 1 45Love me long. Lyrics and answers Ex. were released. Your. 6. Heart.that I can see. For my darling I love you. 15 but the principal writer of Teacher’s notes 1. Part. Play the song again. Valentine Day. 2. and all that I can see Is just a yellow lemon-tree ‘Love Me Tender’ is a song sung by Elvis Presley. 65 . I’ll be yours through all the years. Take me to your heart. Give out worksheets. Love me true. your students that they are going to listen to a song. 6. For it's there where I belong. Presley performed ‘Love Me Tender’ on the 10 The Ed Sullivan Show 9 September 1956. Check the answers and let the students complete the task. Tell me you are mine. Give out the worksheets. Love me sweet. Dream. 30 Love me tender. Love Me Tender. Ex. Draw the lyricson the board. #437 on Rolling Stone's 20 2. 50Love me tender. Name the song. reality – dream. hate – love Ex. 4. Explain that while the second listening they should fill in the gaps with the proper pronouns and possessive adjectives. 3 Across 603. And we’ll never part. LOVE ME TENDER by ELVIS PRESLEY 3. 35You have made my life complete. 5 adapted from the tune of ‘ Aura Lee’. Ask them to predict what it will This song was ranked be about. 25 4. 40All my dreams fulfilled. Love me tender. Darling. Love me dear. Poulton and words by W. Fosdick. Love me tender. Find out what ‘love’ vocabulary they have. Let your students look them through and find more ‘love’ words (they may ask any questions about the vocabulary).W. what theylist of the 500 Greatest the think of it. Till the end of time. And I always will. Soon the single and the movie. 2 Always – never. Never let me go. Write out these words. Play the song. Revise them. The song is credited to Level: intermediate Presley and Vera CD track 7 Matson. And I love you so. 5. Offer your students to check if there are the words you have written out in this song. Songs of All Time. Check the answers.

≠ meet. I – my. love Love ___ tender. 5. always part 45meet love reality never hate dream 3. I. The symbol of love. Listen to the song and fill in the gaps. me. Love ____ tender. Love ____ tender. Use the words from the song to solve this crossword. Take ____ to ____ heart 40 For ___ darling ____ love For __’s there where ____ ____ belong And ____ always will. ____ have made ____ life For ___ darling ____ love complete 30____ And ____love _____ so. Something not real 4. we Love ____ tender. you. 15____ true Tell ___ ___ are mine All ____ dreams fulfill. Dear. And ____ always will. love ____ ____ true long. your. ____ true 10Never let ___ go. All ____ dreams fulfill. love ____ Love ____ tender. my.… 2. love 20Love ____ tender. ≠ never. And ____ always will. 25And ____’ll never part. love sweet. ___’ll be _____ through all the For ___ darling ____ love 35years ____ Till the end of time. 6. yours.by ELVIS PRESLEY 51. 50 Across 3. 2. All ____ dreams fulfill. Match the opposites. you . 60 . 55 LOVE ME TENDER Down 1. it. mine. love ___ dear.

Students recordingand check their listen studio. any more NOT ALONE . Harrison. Focus on the tenses and elicit the consequence malfunctioning by of tenses. jokingly (I’d = I would). the narrator is rememberingfor album as a pet name their about the way they parted. Lyrics and answers remarked to Lynne: "We'll You always said1 that I'd be2 back again bury 'em in the mix". I let you go I lost you. He is recalling their conversations.of find out various types To how it is expressed with language students should fill in the gaps. recording of Cloud Nine 15 3. how was I to know I'll see you through the rain Through the heartache and pain 40It hurts like never before You're not alone any more I never knew8 I could9 feel this way I never could see past yesterday 45You feel that everything is gone I feel it too. NOT ALONE ANYMORE by TRAVELING WILBURYS I'll see you through the rain Through the heartache and pain 30It hurts like never before You're not alone any more You always said6 that I would know7 someday Just how it feels when your love walks away 35I let you down.‘Not Alone Anymore’ is a song from the first album of a late 1980s 5 supergroup Traveling Wilburys consisting of George Harrison. you're not alone I'll see you through the rain Every heartache and pain 50It hurts like never before You're not alone. Roy Orbison. any more. Tell your students they are going to listen to a song ‘Not Alone’. Encourage students to find out what I’d (1st and 2nd lines) means equipment. referring to errors caused 20 4. upper-intermediate during the two years they 10 were together. The band recorded two albums Level: intermediate.♫ CD track 8 Teacher’s notes ‘Wilburys’ was a slang 1. Jeff Lynne. The That I'd come3 running to you in the end term was used again when 25I thought4 that you were5 on your own the entire group was And now I find you're not alone together. Ask them term coined by Harrison to predict what this song is about. Give them equipment in the time to work. Is it about lost love or existing one? and Lynne during the 2. Future-in-the past Petty and Bob Dylan. Tom Грамматика: согласование времен. you're not alone You're not alone any more. Then play the song again. answers. So. Play the song and let the students check their answers. The song is about lost love.

knew. any more. were. I let you go I lost you. thought. you're not alone 35You're not alone any more. how was I to know 20 I'll see you through the rain Through the heartache and pain It hurts like never before You're not alone any more 25 I never __________8 I ___________9 feel this way I never could see past yesterday You feel that everything is gone I feel it too. could. 5 Be. you're not alone 30 I'll see you through the rain Every heartache and pain It hurts like never before You're not alone. Then listen and check your answers. come You always ________1 that I'd _______2 back again That I'd ________3 running to you in the end I ___________4 that you __________5 on your own And now I find you're not alone 10 I'll see you through the rain Through the heartache and pain It hurts like never before You're not alone any more 15 You always ________6 that I would _________7 someday Just how it feels when your love walks away I let you down. said (*2). know.by TRAVELING WILBURYS Fill in the gaps with the word from the box. any more 40 NOW YOU’RE GONE .

‘TravellingWilburys’. Ask them if it is about the past or the Lynne is famous for his 10present? How did they guess? What ‘sweet Electric Light Orchestra memories’ can the photo bring back? Play the song and his participation in a supergroup and let them check. now your gone But now. you’re gone Yeah now.by JEFF LYNNE Past Simple Level: intermediate ♫ 5 CD track 9 ‘Now You’re Gone’ is a song from Armchair Teacher’s notes 1. this song about? 2. mean – meant. Jeff italics. you’re gone 40 45 NOW YOU’RE GONE . you never wanted much you see And you. didn't want to be without you 20And I. want – wanted. Ex. change – changed. have – had. 1 Be – was /were. you always meant the world to me You. lost what I had and now you’re gone You. Now. now you’re gone Your photograph brings back sweet memories 30Something about you I don't know what it is Your face so young the days so long But now. Let your group read the part of the song in released in 1990. complete the worksheet tasks. 3. you’re gone In my heart you were the one 35But now. Lyrics and answers 15 Ex. What is Theatre. you changed my life but now you gone 25 In my heart you were the one But now. 2 I. the first solo album by Jeff Lynne. lose – lost. Ask your students to read the title. I was crazy about you I.

Listen to the song again and check your answers. I ________ crazy about you 15I ________________ to be without you And I ________ what I ________ and now you’re gone You. Be meant Lose had 5Want lost Change was / were Mean wanted Have changed 102. now you’re gone Yeah now.by JEFF LYNNE 1. meant. you never _________ much you see 20And you. were(*2). now you’re gone 25Your photograph brings back sweet memories Something about you I don't know what it is Your face so young the days so long But now. lost. Match the 1 and the 2 forms. now you’re gone But now. Was. you’re gone 30 In my heart you ________ the one But now. wanted. you _________ my life but now you gone In my heart you ________ the one But now. you’re gone 35 3. Try to fill in the gaps with the word from the box (write st nd the verbs only if you’re sure). you always _________ the world to me You. had. didn't want I. 40 OLD MACDONALD Traditional performed by FREE ABC SONGS project . changed.

5. 1 A. there a woof. i. e. e. o 40with a meow meow here. 25C. e. 2 Old Macdonald had a farm. i. a meow meow there here a meow. there a moo. a baa baa there here a baa. i. a (e. i. o! Old Macdonald had a farm. i. e. If you have time practice more animals and sound with the help of this song structure. a collection of World War I era songs by F. look. It is better touse the familiar words with letters oo. Check the answers. e. e. Now you may play a song and ask students how many animals are mentioned. e. i. i. OLD MACDONALD Traditional performed by FREE ABC SONGS project . o! Old Macdonald had a farm. i. In many versions. e. e. i. g. Dog – woof-woof. Students can present their animals using this tune. e. o 50with a baa baa here. e. E. book. Lyrics and answers Ex. D. o 30with a quack quack here. o and on that farm he had a dog. o and on that farm he had a cat. i. Catmeow-meow. i. there a meow. o and on that farm he had a duck. e. o and on that farm he had a sheep. i. i. i. o! Farm’ is a children's song about a farmer named MacDonald (or McDonald) and the various animals he keeps on his farm. there a quack. there a baa. e. i. everywhere a meow meow Old Macdonald had a farm. e. back. o and on that farm he had a cow. e. i. e. e. e. e. What are they? 3.♫ CD track 10 ‘Old MacDonald Had a Teacher’s notes 5 1. B. black etc). e. e. The Traditional Ballad Index considers the "Tommy's Tunes" version to be the earliest known version of "Old Macdonald Had a Farm. Ask students to name as many animals as they 10can (you may make a sort of a auction: the one who says the last word is a winner). i. the song is cumulative. e. Ex. a quack quack there here a quack. 2. i. i. i. Each verse changes the name of the animal and its respective noise. e. i. 4. a moo moo there here a moo. qu. e. i. In the 1917 book Tommy's Tunes. Now give out the worksheets and let your 15students do ex. i. everywhere a woof woof Old Macdonald had a farm. a woof woof there here a woof. cook. 1. everywhere a baa baa Old Macdonald had a farm. Nettleingham. 20Follow up 2. i. Cow – moo-moo. o! Old Macdonald had a farm. i. e. e. the song "Ohio (Old Macdougal Had a Farm)" has quite similar lyrics. i. e. everywhere a moo moo Old Macdonald had a farm. everywhere a quack quack Old Macdonald had a farm. e. Finishing studying animals you may work on a project and create some unusual animals. o! Old Macdonald had a farm. Duck – quack-quack. T. In the beginning of the lesson practice reading and pronunciation. queen. o 45with a moo moo here. with the noises from all the earlier verses added to each subsequent verse. Follow up 1. o 35with a woof woof here. i. e. i. While listening the students should complete the second exercise. i. i. e. Sheep – baa-baa.

i. e. i. o and on that farm he had a 45_______. i. o with a baa baa here. sheep. a woof woof there here a woof. i. i. ___________ C. i. i. e. e. i. i. i. there a meow. there a moo. Listen to the song and write the names of the animals into the gaps. e. duck. there a baa. e. everywhere a baa baa 70Old Macdonald had a farm. o! Old Macdonald had a farm. i. cat 5 A. o and on that farm he had a 35_______. e. e. Cow. Name the animals. e. there a quack. i. i. i. e. o with a quack quack here. i. i. o . i. e. e. i. o with a meow meow here. Old Macdonald had a farm. ___________ qu ack qua ck me ow mo o baa 10 wo of wo of 15D. e. ___________ B. i. everywhere a quack quack 30Old Macdonald had a farm. e. a moo moo there here a moo. e. e. a meow meow there here a meow. e. o! Old Macdonald had a farm. e. i. i. o! Old Macdonald had a farm. a quack quack there here a quack. i. o with a woof woof here. i. i. dog. e. o! Old Macdonald had a farm. Then draw lines to the ‘words’ of animals. e. everywhere a meow meow 50Old Macdonald had a farm. everywhere a woof woof 40Old Macdonald had a farm. e. o and on that farm he had a 65_______. e. i. e. o with a moo moo here. e. i. ___________ E. e. everywhere a moo moo 60Old Macdonald had a farm. a baa baa there here a baa. o and on that farm he had a 55_______. i. there a woof. i. e. i.1. e. o and on that farm he had a 25_______. ___________ me o w baa- -m oo 202. e. i. e. e. e.

STILLS...relationship. 4. NASH & YOUNG Lyrics and answers I'll light the fire You place the flowers in the vase That you bought today 30Staring at the fire For hours and hours While I listen to you play your love songs All night long for me Only for me 35 Come to me now And rest your head for just five minutes Everything is done Such a cozy room The windows are illuminated 40 By the evening sunshine through them Fiery gems for you Only for you {Refrain} Our house. Nash & ♫ CD track 11 Young on their 1970 album Déjà Vu. Think of the things those make a living. Let the students complete the task.. OUR HOUSE by CROSBY. room cozy. lyrics. Give out the worksheets and explain the this is the song of a man 20students that they have to fill in the gaps without who yearns for stability in his relationship. The song refers Teacher’s notes 1. Stills. very. Play the record. STILLS. Ask them to read the ownership. {Refrain} 50 Repeat the first three lines OUR HOUSE by CROSBY. Tell the students that they are going to listen facing the complex moral to a rather nice (pretty) song. most 5Лексика: дом famously recorded by Level: intermediate Crosby. 25 5. hippy era free love 15Discuss if they liked it or not. Ask them to listen and struggle between the make and share their own opinion. houselistening for the second time. NASH & YOUNG . For the weaker groups write the missing words to Nash's brief affair with 10in a random order on the board and keep them covered Joni Mitchell at the time the group recorded the if it is possible. Nash was 2. Ask the students’ question about unknown vocabulary.Грамматика: словообразование (переход одной ‘Our House’ is a song части речи в другую) Graham Nash. very fine house 45With two cats in the yard Life used to be so hard Now everything is easy 'cause of you La la la. Why? mentality and the desire 3. Pay their attention to the verbs light. Déjà Vu album. and rest (they can be nouns as well. it is a common thing in English). For the weaker groups uncover the world list. and family life. place. Ask what it is about and refresh some ‘house’ for a monogamous vocabulary. Discuss the results. is a very. Unlike the other tracks on the album.

. very.. I'll light the ____________1 You place the ___________2 in the ____________3 That you bought today 5Staring at the ____________4 For hours and hours While I listen to you play your love songs All night long for me Only for me 10 Come to me now And rest your head for just five minutes Everything is done Such a cozy __________5 15The ____________6 are illuminated By the evening sunshine through them Fiery gems for you Only for you 20{Refrain} Our house. {Refrain} 30Repeat the first three lines 35 40 SWEET DREAMS 45 Passive Voice by EURHYTHMICS . very fine house With two ____________7 in the _____________8 Life used to be so hard Now everything is easy 'cause of you 25 La la la. is a very..Listen to the song and fill in the gaps.

The lyrics of the song allude to a search for fulfillment.2 a) a glass vase – A vase is made glass. Discuss the difference between each pair of 10the Some of them sentences. 3. c) a leather jacket – A jacket is made of leather. Play the song. and Lennox's multitracked harmony vocals. Write out and pre-teach the word abuse.Level: intermediate CD track 12 Teacher’s notes 5 1. Answer Sweet dreams are made of this Who am I to disagree? 15I travel the world And the seven seas-Everybody's looking for something. Some of them want to use you Some of them want to get used by you 20Some of them want to abuse you Some of them want to be abused. On Rolling Stone's The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time issue in 2003. . 30d) a silver watch – A watch is made of silver. which Stewart discovered accidentally in the studio when he played a bass track in reverse. Tell your students they are going to listen to the song and fill in the gaps with the proper forms of the words in brackets. It is notable as the song which provided the group with their breakthrough into commercial success. 35 40 45 SWEET DREAMS by EURHYTHMICS 1. 2. e) the plastic pens – The pens are made of plastic. piano in the middle eight. (Hold your head up--Keep your head up—Movin’ on) Ex. b) the cotton T-shirts – The T-shirts are made of cotton. and the "Sweet Dreams" are the desires that motivate us. the arrangement also uses Movement Systems Drum Computer. 1 25Ex. Apart from the synthesizer. The original recording's main instrumentation featured a sequenced analog synthesizer riff. Stewart and Annie Lennox). ‘Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)’ (or simply ‘Sweet Dreams’) is a song by pop music duo Eurythmics (David A. "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" was ranked number 356: it was the group's only song on the list. Listen and fill in the gaps with the proper forms of the verbs in brackets.

Some of them want to ___________ (use) you Some of them want to get _________ (use) by you Some of them want to ___________ (abuse) you Some of them want to ___________ (abuse). leather a) a ___________ __________________ A vase is made of 20b) the __________ The T-shirts are made_______________ c) a____________ A jacket is________________________ d) a___________ e) the __________ 25 A watch__________________________ The______________________________ 30 WIND OF CHANGE by SCORPIONS . silver. 15g. Cotton. Sweet dreams are made of this). Use the word box to fill in the gaps.Sweet dreams ____________ (make) of this Who am I to disagree? I travel the world And the seven seas-5Everybody's looking for something. plastic. glass. Then write what these objects are made of (e. 10 (Hold your head up--Keep your head up--MOVIN' ON) 2. Match the objects and material.

like brothers The future's in the air 25I can feel it everywhere Blowing with the wind of change Refrain 1 Take me to the magic of the 30moment On a glory night Where the children of tomorrow dream away in the wind of change 35 Walking down the street Distant memories Are buried in the past forever 65 Take me to the magic of the 45moment On a glory night Where the children of tomorrow share their dreams With you and me 50Take me to the magic of the moment On a glory night Where the children of tomorrow dream away 55in the wind of change The wind of change Blows straight into the face of time Like a stormwind that will ring the 60freedom bell For peace of mind Let your balalaika sing What my guitar wants to say Refrain 2 WIND OF CHANGE by SCORPIONS Listen and fill in the gaps with the present participles (Ving) . Ask students if they know why it Meine. end participles (V-ing). Play the song. vocalist of by Klaus is called so. It appearedhe on their 1990 album Crazy feels it now. Give out the worksheets. The band also recorded a Russian-language version 4. Ask the wind of changes or where the story takes place and if a narrator dreams of the Scorpions. The narrator of the river. inspired to write this song on a visit to Moscow in 5 The story takes place in Moscow. Lyrics and answers of the song. under the title «Ветер Перемен» (Veter I follow the Moskva I follow the Moskva and a Spanish Peremen) version called Vientos de Down to Gorky Park 40Down to Gorky Park 15Listening to the wind of change Listening toCambio. The The lyricsis the name 1989. and Gorky Park is a famous amusement park in political changes in Eastern Europe at that feels the wind of change while walking around the city. the wind of change The song is currently the An August summer night 10th best-selling single of Soldiers passing by Refrain 2 all time in Germany. World. Play the song again. Check the students’ answers. time – such as the Polish Round Table Agreement 3. The Scorpions were 2. Ask your students to fill in the gaps with the Present of the Cold War. Moskva celebrate the Moscow.Грамматика: причастия настоящего времени Level: intermediate ‘Wind of Change’ is a Teacher’s notes 1990 power ballad written 1. ♫ CD track 13 Listening to the wind of change 20The world is closing in Did you ever think That we could be so close. Then check the answers. Explain that to avoid repetition in ‘Soldiers <are> and fall of the Berlin Wall passing by and they are listening to the wind of change’ and the clearly imminent the author uses participle 10listening. Russia (the USSR). Announce the song.

I follow the Moskva Down to Gorky Park __________ to the wind of change 5An August summer night Soldiers passing by Listening to the wind of change 10The world is closing in 45tomorrow dream away in the wind of change The wind of change Blows straight into the face of 50time Like a stormwind that will ring the freedom bell For peace of mind Let your balalaika sing 55What my guitar wants to say Refrain 2 Did you ever think That we could be so close. like brothers The future's in the air 15I can feel it everywhere __________ with the wind of change Refrain 1 Take me to the magic of the 20moment On a glory night Where the children of tomorrow dream away in the wind of change 25 ___________ down the street Distant memories Are buried in the past forever I follow the Moskva 30Down to Gorky Park ___________ to the wind of change Refrain 2 35Take me to the magic of the moment On a glory night Where the children of tomorrow share their dreams 40With you and me Take me to the magic of the moment On a glory night Where the children of .

This song was one of a string of singles released by The Coasters between 1957 and 1959 that dominated the charts. Give an example with a help of a picture of scrubbing the floor. 8. the teenager's response (yakety yak) and the parent's retort (don't talk back. Now complete the first exercise. Check the answers. produced. Elicit the situation. b) hat. h) kitchen floor Ex. Ask students to find more imperatives. waffle).5 10 YAKETY YAK by THE COASTERS 15 Level: intermediate CD track 14 Teacher’s notes 1. 4. f) coat. Elicit / translate the title (blab. 40Take out the papers and the 1trash Lyrics and answers Ex. one of the biggest performing acts of the rock and roll era. Asks students to fill in the gaps with mother’s instructions (ex. 9. 30 6. Tell the students that they are going to listen to a song called ‘Yakety Yak’. The screaming saxophone of King Curtis filling in hot. e) broom. Explain the second task. 25 3. Who might say it? – A teenager and a parent. ‘Yakety Yak’ is a song written. 2. Write out the title and a phrase ‘Don’t 20talk back’. The serio-comic street-smart “playlets” etched out by the songwriters were sung by the Coasters with a sly clowning humor. The lyrics describe the listing of household chores to a kid. Explain the imperatives (both positive and negative). Follow up. spending seven weeks as number one on List of number one rhythm and blues and a week as number one on the Hot 100 pop list. 3). Find out which chores your students have at home. 2. Then play the song again. g) trash. d) spending cash. presumably a teenager. and arranged by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller for The Coasters and released on Atlantic Records in 1958. Yakety yak Don't talk back Or you don't get no 2spending cash If you don't scrub that 3kitchen floor You ain't gonna rock and roll no more Yakety yak 45Don't talk back Just finish cleaning up your 4room Let's see that dust fly with that 5broom Get all that garbage out of sight 50Or you don't go out Friday night You just put on your 6coat and 7hat 55And walk yourself to the 8laundry mat And when you finish doing that Bring in the dog and put out the cat Yakety yak Don't talk back 60 Don't you give me no dirty looks . 5. Act 35it out. Check the answers. Write some of them on the board. 1 a) laundry mat. Play the song. honking bursts in the up tempo doo-wop style. 7. Why? They are having arguments about the chores. Ask your students to make a dialogue based on this song. Give your students time to check the answers in pairs. c) room.

laundry mat. broom 20 a)_____________b)___________ c)___________ d)__________ e)_____________f)___________ g)___________ h)__________ 2. Yakety yak Yakety yak Yakety yak? 5Don't talk back 10 Ex.Your father's hip. spending cash. Listen and fill in the gaps with the words (letters) from ex. he knows what cooks Just tell your hoodlum friends outside Yakety yak. 4. he knows Or you don't go out Friday what cooks night Just tell your hoodlum friends . 1) put on your coat (and hat). 1. room. 5) don’t talk back. trash. 3) walk (yourself)to the laundry mat. Coat. yakety yak You ain't got time to take a ride Yakety yak. kitchen floor. 25Take out the papers and the Yakety yak 1 ______ 45Don't talk back Or you don't get no 2 _____________ You just put on your 6_____ If you don't scrub that and 7___ 303___________ And walk yourself to the You ain't gonna rock and roll 508_________ no more And when you finish doing Yakety yak that Don't talk back Bring in the dog and put out 35 the cat Just finish cleaning up your 55Yakety yak 4 _______ Don't talk back Let's see that dust fly with that 5____ Don't you give me no dirty 40Get all that garbage out of looks sight 60Your father's hip. YAKETY YAK 15 by THE COASTERS 1. 4) bring in the dog. 2) take out (the papers) and the trash. Match the words and the pictures. hat.

yakety yak ‘Yellow Submarine’ is a ride Yakety yak. Ask your students to read the title. We all live in a yellow submarine. So we sailed up to the sun. 2 yellow one.____________ 3. evolved to include only a Ex. check was pretty much my song their answers. also called Yellow Submarine. . We all live in a yellow submarine. as I recall. 2). yellow submarine. telling the young be used? What picture can they think of? Write out the words (the) sun. wave kids where students It and explain them or show some pictures. Find out what the other verb forms are.________ 2. Yellow submarine. Optional activity. And we lived beneath the waves 45In our yellow submarine. found. the gaps (ex. Explicate (translate or show the making vocal. It is also the 1.. sea. more and more obscure as 3. but the chorus. Yakety yak Beatles 1966 song by The (credited to Yakety yak Yakety yak Lennon/McCartney). 1 Was born. Play the song again. Tell the students to listen to the song for the second time and fill in it goes on.. lived. And he told us of his life 40In the land of submarines. then started picture) story. and practice 2. Write instructions from the text aboveAlthough it had previously been released on the Revolver album. Students complete the first task. I was Past Simple (Present Simple review) thinking of it as a song for 20 Ringo.outside You ain't got time to take a Yakety yak. Yellow submarine. And our friends are all aboard Many more of them live next door._________ title for ________ _____________ ____________ ___________to the __________ album film. What do they think the song will beaabout? Whatan ancient mariner. 15 McCartney was living in Jane Asher's parents' house when he found the inspiration for the song: "I i was laying in bed in the Asher's garret.. 50And the band begins to play. yellow submarine. Why? as being about different Answers coloured submarines. but 35 Ex. told.___________ 4. sort of colours will 25the word ‘submarine’." The song began 4. with 5Don't talk back lead vocals by Ringo Starr. it became the title song for the 1968 animated United Artists film. Till we found the sea of green. 103. released as part of The Beatles' music catalogue.. Lived a man who sailed to sea. Check the answers I think John helped out. so I CD track wrote it as not too rangey15 Teacher’s notes [too many notes] in the 1. sailed. which it eventually Level: intermediate turned out to be. YELLOW SUBMARINE by THE BEATLES In the town where I was born. The lyrics got 30pronunciation. melody and verses are mine. Play the song and let your he'd lived.__________the soundtrack 5.

live . 20 2. Write the Past Simple forms (there are two regular verbs).____________. In the town where I______________. tell . Sky of blue and sea of green In our yellow submarine. yellow submarine. find ____________. Listen to the song. 30 Chorus: We all live in a yellow submarine. And we ________ beneath the waves In our yellow submarine. 5 We all live in a yellow submarine. Sky of blue and sea of green In our yellow submarine. As we live a life of ease. Everyone of us has all we need. Yellow submarine.____________. _________ a man who _________ to sea. And our friends are all aboard Many more of them live next door. yellow submarine. So we ________ up to the sun. And the band begins to play. Everyone of us has all we need.As we live a life of ease. Till we ________ the sea of green. To be born . Fill in the proper forms (some verbs are used more than once).________________. 10 YELLOW SUBMARINE 15 by THE BEATLES 1. Yellow submarine. And he _________ us of his life 25In the land of submarines. 45 . 40 Chorus. 35 Chorus. sail .____________.

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