A Few Value Songs:
"Being Sincere" - from the Aesop Fable "The Boy Who Cried Wolf." In this song, being sincere is compared to a treasure, for it is much better to be trusted than to give in to your own foolish pleasure.
"Worthy to Admire" - from the ancient Chinese folktale "The Empty Pot." The comparison between the promise of a seed and the promise of a child.
"Everybody Works" - from an adaptation of "The Boy Who Cried Wolf." Work is important. It shows personal responsibility, capability, and sensibility. It is the hallmark of society. Everybody works.
Songs of Americana
"Over Yonder" - from the American Western retelling of "Stone Soup"
"Good Morning Sunshine" and "Off to the Races" - from the barnyard tale
of "Chicken Licken"
"I Love the City Life" - from the "Tale of the City Mouse and the Country
Fun Songs Using Musical Devices
"The Barnyard Troubadours" - Add-On Song using Animal Sounds
"Wintertime" - Lead and Echo using the Pentatonic Scale
"Why Is Grass Always Greener on the Other Side" - Musical style
influenced by the music of famous Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg
"Jingle Bells " - for 2-Part Children's Chorus
"The Greatest Christmas Card" - Theme song for Chorus concert
"Under the Christmas Tree" - Partner Song
"For This Is Halloween" - arrangement of finger play using Visual Aids
"We Are Out to Scare You" - group involvement in choosing characters