“Harmony” (2010) by Christofer Drew, of the band Never Shout Never, is the Peace Song of the Day for 4/7.
Wooden Ships, performed by Crosby, Stills & Nash, is the Peace Song of the Day for March 15th. The song was written by David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Paul Kantner.
Continue reading Horror grips us: Peace Song for 3/15/2012
Simple Song of Freedom by Bobby Darin is the Peace Song of the Day for March 13th.
It is a beautiful, sunny afternoon on Long Island. So, I wanted to share a song with some joy in it. Check out these lines: “But speaking one to one, ain’t it everybody’s sun / To wake to in the morning when we rise?”
“Love Train”, written by Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, and performed by The O’Jays, is the Peace Song of the Day for March 5th.
More about this song: Continue reading Don’t you wanna ride this Love Train?: Peace Song for 3/5/2012
“The Fiddle and The Drum” by Joni Mitchell is the Peace Song of the Day for March 3rd.
Tom Paxton‘s song, Peace Will Come, is the Peace Song of the Day for February 22nd. It is a very sweet, simple song, which would be great for sing-a-longs, or a personal meditation.
Continue reading Let peace begin with me: Peace Song of the Day for 2/22
“Angel from Montgomery” by John Prine is the Peace Song of the Day for February 17th. This is an unusual choice. Its peace is found largely in the sense of harmony it projects. Though, it also has moments about feelings, and suppressing feelings, which teach principles of NVC/Nonviolent Communication. (And, it is a favorite song of The Duke and The Duchess. So, it was destined to make the list sometime.)
Continue reading Peace Song of the Day: Angel from Montgomery