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    Waking Eyes - Holding on to Whatever It Is - nibislicamotucnamesynchtafochea.coinfo Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl 4/5(1).

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    Feb 10,  · I have two eyes, two ears and a nose, To help me see and hear and smell my toes. My lips and cheeks and chin are all in place, Right on my happy smiling face. I Wake Up My Hands Tune: Buffalo Gals. I wake up my hands with a clap, clap, clap. Clap, clap, clap. Clap, clap, clap. I wake up my hands with a clap, clap clap, At music class today!

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    My opinion is it's just from 'clap hold' and similar usage, based on onomatopoeia. When you grab something forcefully you make a 'clap' sound. Hence 'clap hold of' or 'clap your lips round that'. So to 'clap eyes on someone' is just an extended metaphor for 'quickly holding someone in .

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    Lyrics. Can you clap, clap, clap? (twice) Can you clap, clap, clap your hands? Clap fast. Clap slow. Can you clap, clap, clap your hands? Can you pat your legs?

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    Feb 02,  · People always explain that you're supposed to clap on 2 and 4, but not why it's wrong to do 1 and 3. From what I understand, most contemporary 4/4 music emphasizes the first and third beat. This is why clapping on 2 and 4 creates syncopation and sounds good, but I feel like clapping on 1 and 3, the accented beats, would sound just fine because.

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