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Whilst we are rooted to our spots, she doth move on lighter feet... (the rest is unheard)
 
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===Movie version===
 
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We three trees from yonder glen do spy a fair and sweet maiden
 
We three trees from yonder glen do spy a fair and sweet maiden

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We Three Trees is a song that the school music director of Westmore Middle School, Mrs. Norton, wrote for the school production of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz". The book does not show all of the lyrics.

Known Lyrics of the Song

Book version

We three trees from yonder glen do spy a maiden fair and sweet

Whilst we are rooted to our spots, she doth move on lighter feet... (the rest is unheard)

Movie version

We three trees from yonder glen do spy a fair and sweet maiden

Whilst we are rooted to our spots, in silver slippers she just dropped

Down the winding yellow road, does she know to where it goes?

With her dog so small and true, we hope she fares well, yes, we do.

We three trees from yonder glen wish her joy through journey's end.

Trivia

  • It is not an actual song in "The Wizard of Oz". It was improvised by Mrs. Norton since she wanted all the kids in the play to have singing roles.

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