Part 1 Welcome the day: father, we thank you for the night; the golden cockerel; morning has broken. Part 2 Shout for joy: O Lord! shout for joy!; Lord, I love to stamp and shout; I have seen the golden sunshine; come, let us remember the joys of the town. Part 3 This is a lovely world: this is a lovely world; to God who makes all lovely things; over the earth is a mat of green; the sun that shines across the sea; I love the sun; we praise you for the sun. Part 4 Giving thanks: stand up, clap hands, shout thank you, Lord; think of a world without any flowers; for all the strength we have. Part 5 No litter, no junk: milk bottle tops and paper bags. Part 6 Eyes, ears, hands and feet: give to us eyes; he gave me eyes so I could see; praise to God for things we see; hands to work and feet to run. Part 7 Our friend and father: I'm very glad of God; kum ba yah; a little tiny bird; can you count the stars?; when lamps are lighted; God bless the grass that grows through the crack. Part 8 Following our leader: the journey of life; I danced in the morning; now Jesus one day; it fell upon a summer day; who's that sitting in the sycamore tree?; Jesus' hands were kind hands; when a knight won his spurs. Part 9 Being a friend: when I needed a neighbour; look out for loneliness; if I had a hammer; think, think on these things; the ink is black, the page is white; O Jesus, we are well and strong. Part 10 Caring for animals: all things which live below the sky; I love God's tiny creatures; little birds in winter time; who built the ark?. Part 11 Stars and space: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 and zero; twinkle, twinkle, little star; God who put the stars in space. Part 12 The year round: all the flowers are waking (spring); in the early morning (spring); hurray for Jesus (Palm Tide); we have a king who rides a donkey (Easter); who can see the great wind blow? (Whitsuntide); the flowers that grow in the garden (summer); look for signs that summer's done (autumn); when the corn is planted (harvest); the farmer comes to scatter the seed (harvest); see how the snowflakes are falling (winter). Part 13 Going home: at half past three we go home to tea; we're going home.