In a musical style that pays tribute to classic British & United Kingdom pop music of the late 20th century, JEOGRAPHY's Map of The United Kingdom & Geography Song will inform and engage. Set to a beautiful pop melody, you'll absorb the information about the constituent countries of the UK easily and breezily.
The song starts by covering the locations of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, then transitions to take the view on a musical tour through the UK. You'll see a variety of city scenes, country landscapes, coastal towns, along with other beautiful sites all over the four countries. You'll be dazzled as we show you scenic flyovers and up close shots that brings the charm of the English, Scottish, Welsh, and Irish countryside directly into your living room.
Regardless of whether you came here to learn about England alongside your kids or you simply are presently binge watching our videos as a cure for wanderlust, we're happy you've come here and made it as far down the description as you already have. Thanks!
We think this video is the ideal musical supplement to the Kids Learning Tube United Kingdom Video & Geography Song.
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United Kingdom Map & Geography Song Lyrics
The United Kingdom is a sovereign nation off the northwest coastline of continental Europe. It includes four constituent countries: England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.
(CHORUS) The United Kingdom / Loch Ness and Giant’s Causeway / Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and England / Come see the UK today!
The capitals are Cardiff and Belfast, London and Edinburgh / But don’t forget Bath, York, Oxford, Pembroke, Antrim, and Glasgow
White Cliffs of Dover, Windsor Castle, the Durdle Door and the Royal Mile / Fish and chips, and Yorkshire pudding, toad in the hole, and Ulster fry
Popular festivals in the UK include the Glastonbury Festival, Bonfire Night, Burns Night, and the Notting Hill Carnival
Mountain hare and the humpback whale, European hedgehogs, bats, and deer / Pike, perch, starling, robins, greenfinch, and the sparrow sings with cheer
Meadow buttercups and bluebells, cranberries and strawberries / Oak, poplar, pine, birch, alder, radishes, rhubarb, fennel, and peas
The population of the UK is 66 million people. The official language is English, and the official unit of currency is the Pound Sterling.
The Beatles and the Spice Girls and Pink Floyd, Dire Straits, Adele, and Queen / Led Zeppelin, Ed Sheeran, Amy Winehouse, Coldplay, and The Police
William Shakespeare, Thomas More, Mary Shelley, and William Blake / Field hockey, football, rugby, cricket, rounders, and speedway
Popular historical figures from the UK include Charles Darwin, Isaac Newton, Princess Diana, Queen Victoria, Stephen Hawking, and Florence Nightingale.
(England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Island [constituent countries] Review.)
In writing each song I tried to use instrumentation, melodies, and rhythms that reflect the musical traditions of the host country. We sincerely hope you enjoy this method of geographic learning. Any inquiries or questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Written in: February, 2019
Songwriter: Stephen J.
Audio Producer & Engineer: Doug Hammer