Sunday, April 23, 2006

Sunny, Sunday

I thought I would share some of my favorite songs from my childhood as well as a new favorite about spring. These are all songs from the LDS Primary Hymnbook. The Primary is the LDS churches organization for children.
If you are interested in hearing the words with the music, follow the links. I don't know how to put music in my blog.




In my pretty garden,
The flowers are nodding
How do you do
they say
How do you do
today
In my pretty garden
The flowers are nodding.

From the LDS Primary hymnbook
To hear the music, cut and paste this link.
http://www.lds.org/churchmusic/detailmusicPlayer/index.html?searchlanguage=1&searchcollection=2&searchseqstart=240&searchsubseqstart=%20&searchseqend=240&searchsubseqend=ZZZ

I looked out the window

and what did I see?
Popcorn popping on the apricot tree
Spring had brought me such a nice surprise
Blossoms popping right before my eyes
I could take a handful and make a treat
A popcorn ball that would smell so sweet
It wasn’t really so, but it seemed to be
Popcorn popping on the apricot tree.

http://www.lds.org/churchmusic/detailmusicPlayer/index.html?searchlanguage=1&searchcollection=2&searchseqstart=240&searchsubseqstart=%20&searchseqend=240&searchsubseqend=ZZZ

On a golden spring time,

underneath the ground
A tiny seedling lay a sleep

until the sun shone down

Awake, awake

O little seed push

upward to the light
The day is bright,

with all your might

push upward to the light. http://www.lds.org/churchmusic/detailmusicPlayer/index.html?searchlanguage=1&searchcollection=2&searchseqstart=240&searchsubseqstart=%20&searchseqend=240&searchsubseqend=ZZZ

5 comments:

Wyo sis said...

Great photos. I like the idea of choosing music to go along with them.

Tawnya said...

These are great spring photos! Very bright! Pretty!

Adrienne said...

Great pics!!!!!

JoE said...

Great pics!!!

The music has me intrigued...will go take a listen...

Anonymous said...

Is it really spring already? Is there still snow in the mountains? I love Ophir Canyon and Settelers Canyon this time of year. I gotta get out there to visit!
Kendra