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STOP AND GO

ONE CHILD ACTS AS THE POLICEMAN. BEHIND THE STARTING
LINE ARE THE CHILDREN. WHEN THE POLICEMAN SAYS GO
HE TURNS IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION OF THE CHILDREN.
SUDDENLY, HE YELLS "STOP" AND TURNS AROUND. ANYONE
THAT HE SEES MOVING MUST START ALL OVER AGAIN. THE
FIRST ONE TO TAG THE POLICEMAN BECOMES THE NEXT
POLICEMAN.

Submitter comment: WHEN I WAS SMALL, I WOULD PLAY THIS WITH MY FRIENDS.
I LEARNED THIS IN EAST DETROIT, MICHIGAN.

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; DETROIT ; EAST DETROIT

Subject headings: Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Bodily Activity Song: Game, Pastime, Sport

Date learned: 11-29-1967

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