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re: Lyrical Songs for Kids
By facainath
On Sat Jul 21, 2012 07:48 PM
I agree. Children learn emotional maturity as artists by tackling subjects that are difficult. They may have no point of reference for what the dance is about, and honestly, may not be able to connect to the subject matter very well. But that does not mean that they cannot start building on those skills. Our children will surprise us!
re: Lyrical Songs for Kids
By Platinum_Starr
On Sun Dec 30, 2012 05:25 PM
Hmmmmm...I don't know if anyone posted this yet, but "Bridge Over Troubled Water" by Simon & Garfunkel is a great choice. It's about love, friendship, and staying strong. It's also a very good speed and sounds beautiful. I would suggest cutting the beginning intro though since it's pretty long. For older lyrical students, ages 11-13ish I would also recommend "Earth Song" by Michael Jackson (it CAN be a lyrical song!)
re: Lyrical Songs for Kids
By piratekingrd
On Thu Apr 03, 2014 11:34 AM
Why- Rascal Flatts
You'll Be In My Heart- Phil Collins
One Voice- Billy Gilman
A Thousand Years- Christina Perri
Somewhere in Neverland(Acoustic)- All Time Low
Go the Distance- Hercules
re: Lyrical Songs for Kids
By piratekingrd
On Thu Apr 03, 2014 11:35 AM
Why- Rascal Flatts
You'll Be In My Heart- Phil Collins
One Voice- Billy Gilman
A Thousand Years- Christina Perri
Somewhere in Neverland(Acoustic)- All Time Low
Go the Distance- Hercules
re: Lyrical Songs for Kids
By DancePrincess225
On Sun Feb 25, 2018 08:00 PM
dancer_forever1 wrote:

Part of that world - Little Mermaid
God help the Outcasts - Anastasia
Somewhere over the rainbow - Wizard of Oz
When you walk in fields of Gold - ???
Joy to the world


The song is called Fields of Gold and its by Sting.
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