My Hands And Myself Song

The “My Hands And Myself” song is a fun song  I learned at summer camp years ago. Since it is not a gospel song, I could not post in my Gospel Chorus & Songs Blog, so I’m including it here.

My Hands And Myself Lyrics:
My hands and myself, and what is this here?
This is my thinker boxer, my mamma dear.
Thinker boxer, thinker boxer
Yai, yai, yai, ya!
That what I learned at my school . . . yai, ya!

My hands and myself, and what is this here?
This is my sight see-er, my mamma dear.
Thinker boxer, sight see-er
Yai, yai, yai, ya!
That what I learned at my school . . . yai, ya!

My hands and myself, and what is this here?
This is my horn blower, my mamma dear.
Thinker boxer, sight see-er, horn blower
Yai, yai, yai, ya!
That what I learned at my school . . . yai, ya!

My hands and myself, and what is this here?
This is my loud speaker , my mamma dear.
Thinker boxer, sight see-er, horn blower, loud speaker
Yai, yai, yai, ya!
That what I learned at my school . . . yai, ya!

My hands and myself, and what is this here?
This is my rubber neck-er, my mamma dear.
Thinker boxer, sight see-er, horn blower, loud speaker, rubber neck-er
Yai, yai, yai, ya!
That what I learned at my school . . . yai, ya!

My hands and myself, and what is this here?
This is my hitch hiker, my mamma dear.
Thinker boxer, sight see-er, horn blower, loud speaker, rubber neck-er, hitch hiker
Yai, yai, yai, ya!
That what I learned at my school . . . yai, ya!

My hands and myself, and what is this here?
This is my bread basket, my mamma dear.
Thinker boxer, sight see-er, horn blower, loud speaker, rubber neck-er, hitch hiker, bread basket
Yai, yai, yai, ya!
That what I learned at my school . . . yai, ya!

My hands and myself, and what is this here?
This is my sitter downer, my mamma dear.
Thinker boxer, sight see-er, horn blower, loud speaker, rubber neck-er, hitch hiker, bread basket, sitter downer
Yai, yai, yai, ya!
That what I learned at my school . . . yai, ya!

My hands and myself, and what is this here?
This is my knee bender, my mamma dear.
Thinker boxer, sight see-er, horn blower, loud speaker, rubber neck-er, hitch hiker, bread basket, sitter downer, knee bender
Yai, yai, yai, ya!
That what I learned at my school . . . yai, ya!

My hands and myself, and what is this here?
This is my seat kicker, my mamma dear.
Thinker boxer, sight see-er, horn blower, loud speaker, rubber neck-er, hitch hiker, bread basket, sitter downer, knee bender, seat kicker
Yai, yai, yai, ya!
That what I learned at my school . . . yai, ya!

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Actions for parts of the body:
thinker boxer – pat your head
sight see-er – place both hands over your eyes like binoculars
horn blower – pinch your nose
loud speaker – place both hands over your mouth like a megaphone
rubber neck-er – place both hands at either sides of your neck
hitch hiker – use your hand to make the hitchhiker’s gesture
bread basked – use both hands to rub your stomach/belly
sitter downer – point at your buttocks
knee bender – bend your knees while singing the words “knee bender”
seat kicker – raise one foot and kick into the air

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