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Re: music to illustrate

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carla schiller (cschille.us)
Sun, 11 Apr 1999 08:54:22 -0700 (PDT)


I don't know if he wrote it or not, but Cat Stevens sang it on his "Tea
for the Tillerman" album.
Hope this helps.
--Carla

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On Sun, 11 Apr 1999 MPBC90 wrote:

>
> << Think I may do this again at the end of
> the year and maybe try a different song. Any ideas? Mary >>
>
> When I was in the third grade, my teacher had us say the Pledge of Allegiance
> each morning, followed by the nicest song...cannot remember the title.
> Luckily, you cannot hear me singing it, but the first line went like this,
> "Morning has brooo-keeen,
> like the first mooo-oh ohrning.
> Blackbird has spo-ken,
> like the first bird."
> I know it is a classic oldie, and someone should know the name. This would
> be a great one for illustrating each line.
> MP
>
>