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Saturday, March 24, 2012

Little Spring Song

Little breeze from the South, you can sing, though you have no mouth.
Little songs, young and gay, full of cheer as a summer day.
All the birds and the beasties too, seem to know that the winter's through!
And the grass, as you pass, whispers low,
"It is Spring, Sweet Spring."

This was taken from the first grade John Thompson piano book.


15 comments:

  1. don't you just love the spring flowers!!
    Karen

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  2. Your pictures are perfect for this cute little song!

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  3. Love the spring song and the pictures are gorgeous..

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  4. I still remember the tune for that little song. It was one of my favorite pieces in the piano book. I hadn't thought about it in years....

    The pictures are lovely!

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  5. Gorgeous day today. We went to Lowe's and then to Wal-Mart and every cart was filled with plants and flowers. I made it out with just creeping phlox and a peony. Have a great Sunday.

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  6. Aw, I had those music books, but I didn't remember that song! Goes perfectly with your pictures.
    have a good Sunday!

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  7. I like your "Little Spring Song". It is perfect to accompany your beautiful spring flowers. I am looking forward to planting some spring flowers soon.------- Shannon

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  8. I love it! I think I'll go smell the lilacs now!!!

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  9. Cute poem and the pictures go well with it!

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  10. Beautiful flowers. I think I am going to have some lilacs this year. Can't wait to see them bloom.

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  11. That was wonderful, Charlotte~ and I loved the pictures of your pretty flowers!

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  12. Oh my you have some lovely blooms going on, jealousy!

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  13. This is kinda random but here goes - thank you so very very much for this post. A few years back I lost all of my childhood belongings, including my old piano books. This song was always my favorite, but I never memorIzed it since I thought I'd always have it with me. I never knew the name of the book it came from and I've been searching for years. Thank you so, so much.

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