Ring around the rosie
Hopscotch, Monopoly
Red light, green light
G. I. Joes and Barbies
Hide and seek, kick the can
Cowboys and Indians
Wiffle ball, paper dolls
Hacky sack and hangman
Tag you're IT, cops and robbers
Jungle gym, chutes and ladders
Tic tac toe, Mister Rogers
Marco Polo, London bridges
Simon says, steal the bacon
Time out, trick or treat
Electric company
Olly olly oxen free

Do you, want to, play with me

Spin the bottle, post office
Kiss and tell, dressin' up
Playin' doctor, peek-a-boo
Two hand touch, cooties
Little League, Looney Tunes
Scissors rock paper, Zoom
Kick ball, stick ball
Kill the guy with the ball
Buckin' up, recess
Jump rope, relieveo
See saw, sand box
Matchbox, Cheerios
ABC's, spelling bees
Sesame Street, hockey
Duck duck duck duck goose

Jack and Suzi sittin' in a tree
First comes love
Then comes marriage
Then comes Adam
In a baby carriage

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Play With Me Lyrics as written by Gary F. Cherone Nuno Bettencourt

Lyrics © Kanjian Music, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    I beat it with 5 stars on GH80 but not 100% that's nearly impossible
    Lurxieon December 15, 2009   Link
  • +1
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    Thank god that the lyrics are in the cassette or else I doubt anyone could have figured out all he was saying. The chromium dioxide cassette of this album sound phenomenal.
    digitalmanon July 24, 2013   Link
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    hey dus enyone no wat da classical piece of music is that is played at da beginin and and da solo?
    minidave666on December 26, 2005   Link
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    I'm guessing its beethoven considering they played it in Bill and Teds excellent adventure right when beethoven started playing the keyboard. I know thats a really bad reason for a guess, but be excellent to each other
    Soldier_of_Funkon May 09, 2006   Link
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    Actually it is a Mozart piece, though I'm not sure which one.
    PearlJamVS5on July 31, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment
    Sad nobody can name it. ..me included. >_> I know the song, and could probably hum the better part of it. I just haven't ever found the name.
    addseale2on August 20, 2007   Link
  • 0
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    Anyone beat this song, on expert, and get five stars on it in guitar hero encore?
    incubustableon August 20, 2007   Link
  • 0
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    not 5 star
    linkmasteraaronon August 23, 2007   Link
  • 0
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    Finally figured it out....the classical piece at the opening song is the Rondo Alla Turca from Mozart's "Piano Sonata No. 11"
    PearlJamVS5on September 07, 2007   Link
  • 0
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    It was in Donkey Konga as Turkish March
    Breaking_Pointon September 18, 2007   Link

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