Pearl is a great new edition to our Listener Kids plush toys! She's slightly bigger than Jack and Scarlett but super soft and very well made. My great granddaughter loves her. She has to have them with her at all times. Another winner!
Our Song School Latin Book 2 CD is included in every Song School Latin Book 2 Student Edition and it is also available on its own! Whether or not you have time to include Latin in your curriculum, you can still make these amazing songs part of your day as you travel or in your home. Give your kids Latin exposure even before they study it, or take this opportunity to share the music you have enjoyed with friends. These lively songs, which include everyday vocabulary in an easy-to-remember format, are the perfect dose of Latin contact without the commitment of a curriculum. Click on the Support tab above to download a PDF with song titles and lengths.
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The Set 1 album includes 40 songs (1 hour and 15 minutes of music) from important and beloved Bible passages. Songs include passages from Psalm 56 (When I am afraid), James 1 (Count it all joy), Ephesians 6 (Finally, be strong in the Lord), 2 Corinthians 12 (My grace is sufficient), and Psalm 23 (The LORD is my shepherd).
This Set 2 album includes 34 songs (over 1 hour of music) from important and beloved Bible passages from 20 books of the Bible. Songs include passages such as John 3:16-17, Romans 3:23-24, along with all of Psalm 91 (He who dwells in the shelter) and Psalm 103 (Bless the LORD, O my soul). The CD begins with "The Word of our God will stand forever!" (Isaiah 40:8) and ends with "Worthy is the Lamb!" (Revelation 5:12-13).
The Set 3 album includes 36 songs (over 1 hour of music) from important and beloved Bible passages. Songs include passages from Joshua 1 (Have I not commanded you), Psalm 37 (Trust in the LORD), Philippians 4 (Do not be anxious about anything), Jeremiah 29 (For I know the plans I have for you), and 1 Corinthians 13 (Love is patient and kind).
The Set 4 album includes 38 songs (1 hour and 15 minutes of music) from important and beloved Bible passages. Songs include passages from Isaiah 41 (Fear not, for I am with you), John 14 (I am the way, and the truth), Romans 5 (But God shows his love), James 1 (Be doers of the word), and Psalm 55 (Cast your burden on the LORD).
The Set 5 album includes 33 songs (over 1 hour of music) from important and beloved Bible passages. Songs include passages from Romans 8 (Who shall separate us from the love of Christ?), Psalm 84 (For a day in your courts is better than a thousand elsewhere), Numbers 23 (God is not man, that he should lie), John 8 (If you abide in my word), and all of Psalm 34.
The Fighter Verses Songs, Extended Set 5 album features the entire Sermon on the Mount from Matthew 5-7. The 34 songs provide an hour of music from important and beloved Bible passages. These passages include the teachings of Jesus for believers to be the salt of the earth and the light of the world, to trust in God, to refrain from being judgmental, and to build their lives on the Rock of Christ. Matthew 5-7 also includes the Beatitudes and the Lord's Prayer.
The songs on the album are these:1. Logos2. Both Sides of the Street3. Mercury in Second Grade4. Celery5. Spigot (Draw the Pirate)6. Ack7. Lana8. Big Hit Song9. The Carousel of Progress
1 Your browser does not support the audio element.I'd rather have JesusShea arr. William Himes3.192 Your browser does not support the audio element.A lyric of hopeAndrew Blyth4.333 Your browser does not support the audio element.As I prayJoy Webb arr. Ivor Bosanko3.004 Your browser does not support the audio element.With all my heartHoward Davies2.425 Your browser does not support the audio element.The candle of the LordJoy Webb arr. Peter Graham4.096 Your browser does not support the audio element.All the ways God has shownHoward Davies2.507 Your browser does not support the audio element.Love SongKenneth Downie5.188 Your browser does not support the audio element.Precious JesusClarke arr. Robert Redhead2.429 Your browser does not support the audio element.I need theeAlastair Taylor arr. Kenyon5.2610 Your browser does not support the audio element.Laudate DominumMozart trs. Kevin Norbury5.0511 Your browser does not support the audio element.The sweetest namePaul Sharman3.2812 Your browser does not support the audio element.In the love of JesusHammond arr. Steadman-Allen2.2913 Your browser does not support the audio element.OchillsErnest Rance2.5214 Your browser does not support the audio element.Prayer of childhoodLeslie Condon2.3415 Your browser does not support the audio element.The wonder of his graceHoward Davies arr. Ivor Bosanko3.11
As soon as Olivia Rodrigo dropped "Drivers License" on January 8, we simply had no choice but to completely be in our feels for the rest of 2021. Thanks to everyone from Rodrigo to Avril Lavigne to Taylor Swift, this year has been filled with a mixture of sappy, give no f*cks, and scream-at-the-top-of-your-lungs love songs that will be on repeat until 2022. As we say good riddance to another pandemic year, we've compiled the best love songs 2021 has given us, below.
Behold the song that ripped hearts out and inspired impromptu karaoke sessions everywhere. Taylor Swift's 10-minute version of her 2012 hit "All Too Well" is somehow even better nearly a decade later with telling new lyrics ("And I was never good at tellin' jokes, but the punch line goes / I'll get older, but your lovers stay my age") and a perfect short film (opens in new tab) starring Sadie Sink and Dylan O'Brien to accompany it. Hey Jake Gyllenhaal, if you're reading this, blink twice if you're okay.
2007 or 2021? We're very here for Avril Lavigne's angsty new single, "Bite Me," that gives us major nostalgia for her early work. While this one isn't necessarily a lovey-dovey love song, it encapsulates that "you'll miss me when I'm gone" energy when you're ready to peace out from a toxic relationship.
Blxst has done it once again in "About You," where the 26-year-old singer expresses his desire for someone he's really into. "I need you to be about we / If you put a limit on your love then count me / Girl, I know my selfish ways be OD / But I just express in ways you don't see."
Like much of Halsey's music, "Ya'aburnee" hits different. The word, which means "you bury me" in Arabic, represents the hope that a loved one will die before them so they don't have to live without them. Halsey conveys this beautifully in their lyrics. "Letting all my insecurity / Devour me with certainty / That love is just a currency / So take my pockets, take me home / Take my life, and take my soul / Wrap me in a wedding ring / You know I swear I'd give you anything."
While more about lust than love, "MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)" is a certified bop, especially if you're listening to it while you're enjoying being single. As for the name of the song itself, it's a nod to the 2017 film, Call Me By Your Name. "That was one of the first gay films that I had watched, and I thought the theme was so dope of calling somebody by your own name," Lil Nas X told Billboard (opens in new tab). "The way everything is shot, the way the dialogue goes on, the way the background sounds are used, everything about it is so artsy."
Coming in hot nine months late, Drake's Certified Lover Boy is complete with a feature from Kid Cudi. It includes Cudi's signature themes of life and love and, of course, an excellent Instagram caption: "You told me I was a phase / Okay, fine, I miss you too."
John Mayer's album, Sob Rock, is just that as he taps into memories of lost loves and what could have been all of these years later. "I shouldn't be angry / I shouldn't hold on / I shouldn't leave messages in every little song / It could have been always. / It could have been me / We could have been busy naming baby number three."
Nick Jonas's Spaceman is a departure from the bops we're used to, but nonetheless includes some love songs, like "Death Do Us Part," that will get you in your capital-F Feels. "You could put me in a coffin / I'm always gonna find your love / You know there ain't no stoppin' / Even when I'm high above."
A change of pace from his song, "Lonely," "Anyone" is Justin Bieber's heartfelt note to his wife, Hailey Bieber, which simultaneously claims his love for her and his fear of losing her. "Forever's not enough time to / Love you the way that I want / 'Cause every morning I find you / I fear the day that I don't."
Singer-songwriter Asiahn dropped "The Interlude," a.k.a. the five-track EP we do not deserve. "All the songs on The Interlude started from organic, 'bomb jam sessions,' she says (opens in new tab). To which we say, hell yes.
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The New Unicorn Village Songbooks volumes 1 & 2 covering years 2013 to 2018 come as packages - scores, demonstration recordings and mp3s of all the parts making them easy to learn. These are available as either hardcopy (book with 2 CDs) or as downloads (pdf of the book and mp3 of the songs and parts).
Indo Rock is a unique rock 'n roll sixties music stream that came out of normal 60's rock and roll, founded by Indonesian immigrants whom moved to Holland. The name of this 2 cd box ''The Very Best Of Indo Rock'' is certainly not misplaced. Really all the great Indo Rock artists from are present. 40 songs of Indo Rock history with only the original recordings. The box also contains a catalog (in colour) with more albums Sam Sam Music has released. (See shop also for other albums of The Very Best Of Indo Rock). 2b1af7f3a8