What are the lyrics for the hand clap game "Hanky Panky"?

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The lyrics to the hand clap game "Hanky Panky" are: "Down by the banks of the Hanky Panky, where the bull frogs jump from bank to banky, with a hee, hi, ho, hop, leaps off a lily with a big--! Down by the banks of the Hanky Panky, where the bull frogs jump from bank to banky, with a hee, hi, ho, hop, leaps off a lily with a big--!"

Players form a circle to begin the "Hanky Panky" hand clap game. Placing their left hand palm in the hand of the person to the left, one player begins to sing the song's lyrics. As all players join in the song, the starting person takes their left hand and touches the hand of the person to their right. This continues on around the circle. The person whose hand that is hit on the last word of the song is out of the game. The game ends when the last two players hold each other's hand and pull their hands back and forth towards each other. The losing party is the player whose arm is extended at the end of the song.

Players should practice the song and hand movements a couple of times before starting the game to allow everyone to become familiar with gameplay.

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