“The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow”, from the play Annie, is the Royal Peace Song of the Day for Monday, October 3rd. This song is full of hope and easy to sing. I remember all of my friends and myself loving this growing up. So, it has a special place in my heart. (As schmaltzy as it is.) – Susanna, Duchess of Peace
Do you have friends who busk? We do. Buskers play music on sidewalks for free, and for the occasional compliment or tip. It’s raining on Long Island. It seems like the kind of day where people should share music for free, and try to entertain each other. So…
The Royal Song of the Day is “He Played Real Good For Free” by Joni Mitchell. You can find it in the Rise Up Singing songbook on page 24. Video below of Joni Mitchell singing her song:
Raining and (lightly) pouring on Long Island, New York. So, The Duke and The Duchess of Peace sang a favorite nursery rhyme, “It’s raining, it’s pouring, the old man is snoring…” It’s the Royal Song of the Day for 7/29/2011. Rainy days are great days to sing old songs, write new songs, or get creative while cozy inside. The Duke and Duchess of Peace fill all their days — rain or shine — with peaceful, nonviolent, work and entertainment. What song do you sing?